What is Physiotherapy?

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Nikshita Deshpandey asked 1 month ago

please tell me what is Physiotherapy?

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What is physiotherapy?
Physiotherapists are University trained healthcare professionals and movement specialists who help people restore movement regain function and improve quality of life.
Physiotherapists commonly attend University for four to seven years and they graduate was either a bachelor master or professional doctorate degree.
People commonly asked what type of conditions can a physiotherapist help
Physiotherapists are a primary care practitioner which means they are qualified in doing assessment making a diagnosis and treating any condition that impairs people’s movement function.
Some of the common conditions that physiotherapists treat include lower back pain osteoarthritis stroke traumatic brain injury and COPD.
you may have noticed physiotherapists can treat a variety of different conditions referring to the Canadian Australian Physiotherapy Association Physiotherapists may specialize in up to twenty different fields and they include
Mental health animal emergency and women’s health what makes physiotherapy distinct is physiotherapy is an alternative to medication and surgery.
physiotherapy focuses on evidence-based and patient-centered care what this means is physiotherapist provides patients with the latest and best evidence in regards to the management of their condition even more physiotherapist works closely was the patient and together they develop a treatment plan.
There are 4 Leleval of Courses Available Under Physiotherapy:-

  • Physiotherapy Technician (PT)
  • Diploma in Physiotherapy (DPT)
  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPT)
  • Master of Physiotherapy (MPT)
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