Physiotherapy at Home

Physiotherapy, also known as physical therapy, is a healthcare profession that aims to restore and maintain physical function in individuals who have been affected by injury, illness, or disability. Physiotherapists use a variety of techniques, such as exercise, manual therapy, and education, to help their patients achieve their goals.

Physiotherapy techniques

Some of the best physiotherapy techniques that can help improve physical function and alleviate pain as listed below:

  • Exercise-based therapy: This is one of the most effective physiotherapy techniques. Physiotherapists use a variety of exercises, such as stretching, strength training, and cardiovascular training, to help their patients improve their physical function and reduce pain. The exercises are tailored to the individual’s specific needs and goals.
  • Manual therapy: Manual therapy is a form of physiotherapy that involves the use of hands-on techniques to manipulate the soft tissues and joints of the body. This can include techniques such as massage, mobilization, and manipulation. Manual therapy is often used to relieve pain and improve mobility in the affected area.
  • Education: Physiotherapists also play an important role in educating their patients about their condition and how to manage it. This can include providing information about proper posture and body mechanics, as well as advice on how to avoid aggravating the condition.
  • Acupuncture: Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese medical treatment that involves the insertion of thin needles into specific points on the body. Physiotherapists who are trained in acupuncture can use it to help reduce pain and improve physical function.

Physiotherapy helps people recover from surgery, disease, trauma or disease, both physically and mentally.  Physiotherapy therapy first identifies the root cause of any condition and plans the procedure accordingly.

OSVI Homecare Physiotherapy aims to provide the best physiotherapists at home comfort for you . The most common benefits of taking physiotherapy sessions at home are listed below.

  • Comfort of home
  • Highly personalized care
  • Convenient and time saving
  • Cost-effective

What we offer at OSVI-

1) Chest physiotherapy for those who have respiratory/heart problems.

 2) Musculo-skeletal physiotherapy is intended for people with musculo-skeletal problems. This physiotherapy includes the treatment of muscles, bones, joints, nerves, ligaments, cartilage and vertebral disks.

3) Orthopedic physiotherapy is mostly associated with bone. This physiotherapy is used to rehabilitate patients who are considering surgery or have already had surgery. Diseases such as knee replacement, hip surgery, back surgery, spinal and peripheral joint problems, fractures, etc. are treated with physiotherapy.

4) Postsurgical physiotherapy is specially designed for those who have undergone surgery. Postsurgical physiotherapy helps to restore activity after any surgical procedure. Mobilizing exercises, muscle building exercises, stretching exercises are primarily used in this treatment by physical therapists. Routine surgeries include spinal, hip, ankle, shoulder and heart surgeries.

5) Pain management –Individuals with chronic joint or muscle pain require regular physiotherapy. The physiotherapist will support them with specific exercises. The physiotherapist will assist them in performing a range of motor activities, stretching a tense muscle and increasing their flexibility. People who are suffering from pain from weak joints need physiotherapy. The physiotherapist will help them to carry out strengthening exercises with the help of their hands and weight handcuffs to increase the strength of the joint. Those suffering from back and neck pain may also need physiotherapy.

Some common conditions that can be treated by physiotherapy.

ArthritisBreast CancerCarpal Tunnel SyndromeChronic Pain Syndrome
ConcussionDizziness, Vertigo, and ImbalanceFrozen ShoulderGolfer’s Elbow
HeadachesHeel and Foot PainLow Back PainMotor Vehicle Accident Injuries
Neck PainPediatric ConditionsPelvic Floor ConditionsPost Surgery
Repetitive StrainRotator Cuff InjuryRunning InjuriesSciatica
Sports InjuriesSprains and StrainsTendonitisTennis Elbow

Delaying treatment can simply mean you have more days of discomfort. For patients who delay physical therapy, their injuries and symptoms often become worse and may be more difficult and/or more expensive to treat.

Generally, in a clinic, a large number of patients are present and the physiotherapist is not able to devote enough time towards each patient. Thus, opting for physiotherapy care at home helps the physiotherapist to give enough attention to an individual patient which in turn helps in better recovery of the patient.

At Osvi Healthcare we offer a network of practitioners who can conduct home consultations and treatment for physiotherapy in Delhi / NCR/ Noida/ Gurgaon.

Do reach out to us @ 9090919154 for appointment or if you have any queries.

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