Orthopedic / Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy

orthopedic / musculoskeletal physiotherapy

Orthopedic Physiotherapy, also known as Musculoskeletal Therapy in some regions, is the treatment and rehabilitation of the musculoskeletal system of the patient.

Musculoskeletal system consists mainly of muscles, bones, joints. Nerves, tendons, ligaments, cartilage, and spinal discs are also part of the Musculoskeletal system.

Orthopedic Physiotherapy is recommended and prescribed by Orthopedic Surgeons when a patient undergoes Musculoskeletal system related injuries or trauma. This can include strains, sprains, post-fracture or surgery and repeated injuries to muscles, bones, and joints.

Patients can also directly come to our physiotherapy clinic and consult with our experienced physiotherapists regarding lower back pain and leg pain.

Orthopedic Physiotherapy is applied to areas of the human body such as neck, back, and limbs. Any injury or accident or trauma to these areas can be treated with Orthopedic/Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy.

Depending on the case and the current state of the injury or trauma, appropriate physical therapy is recommended by our expert Physiotherapists.

Back Pain

Back pain is one of the most common types of pain experienced by our patients. Almost 80% of all humans experience lower back pain, atleast once in their lives. Since back pain is caused by numerous biopsychosocial conditions, it is one of the most common reasons for patients to book an appointment with a Physiotherapist.

Be it employees missing their work, or housewives taking a break from their schedule, back pain affects one and all.

In most of the cases, back pain is caused due to two reasons: Incorrect posture and lack of movement.

Fortunately, treatment of back pain is not that complicated, and a healthy adult can recover from back pain within a few days, if they properly conduct physiotherapy sessions, as recommended by expert Physiotherapists. Patients can directly visit physiotherapists to consult regarding back pain, and initiate the healing process.

If you are troubled with your back pain, then don’t delay further. Book an appointment with our experienced Physiotherapists or call us right away.

Neck Pain

Neck pain is one of the most common types of pain associated with the Musculoskeletal system of human beings. Neck pain can be experienced as a sharp, deep pain in the neck, which exemplifies during movements, or it can be consistent dull muscular aches, or plain headache.

In some extreme cases, the patient is not able to move their head fully, and in some instances, the neck gets sore due to the pain.

Neck pain affects millions of people every day, and it has a very negative impact on the day to day functioning of the patient. Certainly you should never ignore it.

As we have observed, several cases of headache are also directly linked with neck pain, and without proper diagnosis, this can escalate even more.

Triggers for headaches can include muscles in the head and neck, contractions of muscles, and more. Poor posture, long periods of time sitting at one position and/or staring at the screen, fatigue, tension, eye stress etc can also lead to different types of headaches.

Physiotherapy has a robust solution for neck pain and headache, but it needs proper diagnosis before initiating the treatment and exercises.

Book an appointment with our Physiotherapists, and start the healing process right away.