Physiotherapy Orthopaedic Singapore

Physiotherapy Orthopaedic Singapore. Our in house physiotherapists are working closely with our doctors / surgeons and located in the same unit. Under special circumstances, some physiotherapy session is done under the supervision of our surgeons to ensure the speed recovery of our patients.

What is Physiotherapy Orthopaedic Singapore?

Physiotherapy is the process of rehabilitating a person to avoid physical disability through a series of assessment, diagnosis, treatment, and preventive activities.

The purpose of doing physiotherapy is to restore body function after a disease or injury. If the body suffers from a disease or permanent injury, then physiotherapy can be prioritized to reduce its impact.

Physiotherapy Orthopaedic SingaporeWhen is Physiotherapy Orthopaedic Singapore needed?

In our cases, our physiotherapists are more trained in neuromusculoskeletal conditions which caused by neuromusculoskeletal disorders or muscle disorders of the skeleton include back pain, muscle pain, sports injuries, and arthritis. Physiotherapy will be mostly recommended after the surgery for post op rehabilitation to improve muscle strengthening and restore body function. 

What are the treatments during the session of Physiotherapy Orthopaedic Singapore?

Perhaps many questions about how a physiotherapist treats patients with the above health problems. Clearly, treatment using this method requires active and disciplined patient involvement. Therefore, the physiotherapist will examine your illness, diagnose it, and help you understand the problems that settle in your body. Physiotherapy requires your seriousness because this method is related to your lifestyle, activity, and general health.

Here are some methods that are usually applied to patients:

  1. Exercise program. Some of the therapies included in this program include techniques for improving posture, strengthening muscles, cardiovascular exercise, and stretching.
  2. Electrotherapy techniques. This therapy uses a tool with electric power. Some of these types of therapies include ultrasound, laser therapy, diathermy therapy, and nerve therapy with electrical stimulation (TEN).
  3. Manual physiotherapy. Included in this type of physiotherapy are massage, stretching, and resistance training, as well as joint mobilization and manipulation.
  4. Other methods In addition to the methods mentioned above, physiotherapy also helps patients by correcting incorrect exercise techniques and helping to use the tools appropriately. Some other commonly used methods are hydrotherapy, proper breathing techniques, and acupuncture treatment.