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What is Local Physiotherapist

When treating patients with various conditions a local physiotherapist may use techniques such as musculoskeletal ultrasound, rehabilitative ultrasound, manual therapy, exercise and PRP (platelet-rich plasma). Whether you have heart disease, an orthopedic condition, obesity or a mental health issue, a local physiotherapist can help. When you see a local physiotherapist, he or she will take your health history and evaluate strength, range of motion and pain levels. A local physiotherapist may work with your local family physician to create a treatment plan to improve mobility, functionality and well-being. 

Your Local physiotherapist is often the key point person in regards to muscular or skeletal issues like whiplash and leg length discrepancy. Consult with your local family physician for a referral or recommendation to who a good local physiotherapist might be. 

Local Physiotherapists help with a variety of  Ankle Injuries & Surgery in there veryday pratcice fro arthritic to sports injuries. In addion to thsoe injuries thye often deal with Common Foot Issues in conjunction with ankle injuries. Always consult with your local physiotherapist fro injuries of this kind. Traction: This is a physiotherapy modality that’s often used for disc herniation. If you’re experiencing back pain, traction involves separating your vertebrae to reduce the compression on disc cartilage.

Often seeing your local family Physician is a great starting place for referrals to your local Massage Therapist or your local chiropractor to help with massage and skeletal adjustments. A local Physiotherapist or local athletic trainer can help with strength and bruised muscles. Acupuncture is often recommended for chronic pain in association with your local physiotherapist 

Mobilization is the name given to a group of manual therapy techniques, by which a therapist is able to increase movement at a joint. It’s suitable after injuries such as ankle sprain, or when stiffness is simply the result of lack of use or the aging process. Heat is best for injuries involving muscular spasms and tightness, and can increase mobility and decrease pain following soft tissue injuriesPhysiotherapists use ultrasound for connective tissue injuries. Ultrasound uses sound waves to generate heat deep in the body, loosening up tissues so they’re better prepared for exercise or manual therapy.

Orthopaedic physiotherapy focuses on treating injuries or disorders of the skeletal system and associated joints, ligaments and muscles. An orthopaedic physiotherapist also helps patients with pre- and post-operative recovery and rehabilitation.Fractures: A stress fracture is a small crack or severe bruising in a bone. Stress fractures of the foot are common in athletes, and are usually caused by overuse and repetitive activity. They also occur more commonly in people with osteoporosis, as they have weakened bones. 

Hip/Knee Replacement: Arthritis is the most common reason that people undergo hip or knee replacement surgery. An orthopaedic surgeon will replace the damaged cartilage and bone with an artificial hip or knee joint. Strains of the muscles around the hip and pelvis can cause pain and spasm. One of the most common strains are groin pulls, particularly in sports and hamstring strains.  Hip and pelvis pain can be caused by traumatic injury or certain medical conditions.  A physiotherapist can assess hip and pelvis pain and administer treatment to injuries.

 

Ms. Rupal Yadav

Ms. Rupal Yadav

Physiotherapist
New York, NY
Reema Parikh

Reema Parikh

Physiotherapist
New York, NY
Anneliese Ruggeri

Anneliese Ruggeri

Physiotherapist
Middlebury, CT
Mr. Trevor Kwolek

Mr. Trevor Kwolek

Physiotherapist
Fonthill, ON
Chritine Bridle

Chritine Bridle

FCAMPT, CAFCI
Physiotherapist
St Catherines, ON
Paul Skiba

Paul Skiba

B.Kin. (Hons.), RKin, RHN, CEP
Physiotherapist
St. Catharines, ON
Nancy Ma

Nancy Ma

Physiotherapist
Hamilton, AB
Sacha Bhandal

Sacha Bhandal

Physiotherapist
Hamilton, ON
Laurie McLaughlin

Laurie McLaughlin

Physiotherapist
Hamilton,, ON
Tim Rogers

Tim Rogers

Physiotherapist
Hamilton, ON
Richard MacLean

Richard MacLean

Physiotherapist
Burlington, ON
Claire Corbett

Claire Corbett

Physiotherapist
Oakville, ON
Robyn Synnott

Robyn Synnott

Physiotherapist
Oakville, ON
Menaga Thanigasalam

Menaga Thanigasalam

Physiotherapist
Mississauga, ON
Dr. Charlotte Anderson

Dr. Charlotte Anderson

Physiotherapist
Toronto, ON
Matthew Laing

Matthew Laing

Physiotherapist
Toronto, ON
Alexandra Sandler

Alexandra Sandler

Physiotherapist
Toronto, ON
Mr. Aly J. Chunara

Mr. Aly J. Chunara

PT-Cleveland Clinic Canada Sports Health
Physiotherapist
Toronto, ON
Mr. Derek Cheung

Mr. Derek Cheung

Physiotherapist
Toronto, ON
Ms. Aislinn Braun

Ms. Aislinn Braun

BA HONS, MSC (OT), MSC (PT)
Physiotherapist
Toronto, ON
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