What types of problems does a Physiotherapist treat?
  1. Recent, past, chronic injury, accident or trauma causing pain or movement dysfunction.

  2. Recent Surgery including:  total hip replacement, femoral head osteotomy, arthrodesis, amputation, cruciate surgery, fracture repair, etc. (Orthopedic or Neurological surgeries in humans are always followed by intensive physiotherapy)

  3. Functional deficits spanning from problems with performance in athletes, or getting up and downstairs.

  4. Osteoarthritis

  5. Hip Dysplasia

  6. Tendonitis

  7. Delayed Unions of Fractures

  8. Geriatric Support Care

  9. Strengthening, conditioning, and weight loss programs

  10. Wound Healing

  11. Anything Else Causing: Gait abnormalities or Other Movement Dysfunction, Pain and Inflammation, Decreased Strength and Endurance, Joint Stiffness, Loss of Range of Motion.

Goals of Physiotherapy


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