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If you’ve been injured or are dealing with muscle pain and joint stiffness or have mobility issues, you can benefit from physiotherapy. Also referred to as physical therapy, physiotherapy uses mechanical forces and movements, specific exercise and other therapeutic modalities such as electrotherapy, massage and acupuncture to restore function and mobility. Why do people need physiotherapy? Generally, people visit a physiotherapist after sustaining an injury or to deal with overused muscles. For instance, if you are a baseball player and your position is pitcher, you will be overusing the muscles and joints in your pitching arm. After a while you may find that arm sore and your performance on the mound is suffering. By visiting a physiotherapist you can restore arm function and ensure that you do not further injure yourself. Furthermore, people who have been injured in motor vehicle accidents also visit physiotherapists to get them back on their…

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Most new mothers often find that they need the help of a specialist or a physiotherapy clinic to help their body recover after pregnancy and childbirth. After childbirth, you need to take extra care of your body. In addition to the stretched pelvic floor muscles, your pregnancy hormones also soften your stomach and ligaments, making it easy to injure yourself during the first several months. Especially if your joints don’t have the necessary support. If you were following an exercise…

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Physiotherapy involves more than learning how to walk again after an accident. You don’t have to be in pain or looking for rehabilitation from an injury to see a physiotherapist. Physiotherapy can help people of all walks of life and ages, no matter what ailments they have. If you’re entering your golden years and are looking for ways to be more active and get the most out of life, physiotherapy offers great benefits. Targeting Specific Issues Physiotherapy can help you…

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Your physiotherapist’s goal is to ensure that you get the most out of your sessions and give you the tools necessary to continue your recovery at home. You’ve probably made New Year’s resolutions to better your life and your physiotherapist is no exception. They want you to fully recover and to do so, here are five New Year’s resolutions a physiotherapist makes to help you get back to being you: Help You Destress Stress plagues us all, especially in the…

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Following a car accident, physical therapy is the most important step you can take. Whether you have undergone surgery for major injuries, or only sustained minor injuries, it’s important to seek the help of a registered physiotherapist who can help you overcome the damage your body has sustained. You can only recover so much on your own After a car accident you will probably experience headaches, pain, stiffness and reduced range of motion. Your body does have a natural healing…

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