Physiotherapy is an important way to make sure your body is moving properly and comfortably. It is an invaluable treatment that can safely get your muscles and joints working as best as they should.
Physiotherapy works with the systems of the body, dealing with the brain and nervous system, soft tissues, joints and bones and respiratory system (heart and lungs and related functions).
Therefore it is a useful treatment for you if you have suffered from injury or disease or have a developmental condition which has affected the muscles, bones, ligaments or tendons.
Not only does physiotherapy deal with physical well-being, but it will improve your psychological and social well-being, too.
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A professional physiotherapist will review your medical history; give you a physical examination and a diagnosis to establish a plan of action.
Expert rehabilitation is a necessary step usually achieving a full return to normal activity following injury. This entails devising a series of specific therapeutic exercises for you to get your muscles and joints working again, or help you to get used to prosthetics following an amputation. Electro-therapy is extremely effective in shortening recovery time following injury.
For specific conditions following sporting activities, you can get specialised care in the Cedar's Sports Injury Clinic.
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