Physiotherapy is a healthcare specialty related to the assessment and treatment of dysfunctions pertaining to the movement of a body part. Using this therapy, doctors can develop, restore, and maintain movement and function of an individual joint. Physiotherapy treatment is extremely helpful to alleviate pain and improve body functions and movement.
The Doctors at Spinalogy are proficient at applying various Physiotherapy techniques to resolve health problems. The Physiotherapy plans at Spinalogy are created not just according to a patient’s health issue but also his/ her lifestyle, underlying problems, related health issues, daily tasks, and more. In our experience, the same problem in two different individuals might not be caused due to the same reasons (it rarely is). Hence, their treatment should not be the same either.
We make sure that our patients receive individualized treatment and care, which enhances their body’s functionality and helps them perform optimally all day, every day.
Spinalogy was created to provide customized plans with non-surgical treatments. The very essence of our practice lies in providing the best possible care to our patients. Our staff is well versed with the different Physiotherapy Techniques, so that our patients can benefit from the latest therapies being practiced around the world. We make use of a combination of various treatments to ensure that you heal completely, in a manner that prevents reoccurrence of the same.
This technique is mostly used when a joint is dysfunctional or a muscle is in spasm, or under duress. Manual therapists use their hands and manual pressure to manipulate joints and reduce tension or spasm in a muscle. No devices or machines are used in any of the manual therapy techniques.
Soft tissue mobilization is used to increase circulation in muscles, reduce pain, break scar tissue, and many other reasons. Using this technique, soft tissues like muscles and tendons are relieved from the pain and discomfort to enhance their functional value. At Spinalogy, we use the following soft tissue mobilization techniques for pain relief:
These techniques are applied to joints to adjust or realign them. These techniques help in pain relief, increasing flexibility by reducing stress and tightness in tissues around a joint. There are different techniques of joint mobilization available, each having their own specific guidelines such as:
The nervous system is a continuous structure, which regulates bodily activities by carrying messages to and from the brain and spinal cord. If there is a bulge in the spine, some joints are swollen, or there is degeneration of the spinal cord, then the nervous tissue is interrupted leading to pain. This pain can be alleviated by using manual therapy techniques designed specifically to target these conditions. The two most effective neural mobilization techniques are:
Also known as a ‘Strapping Process’, Taping involves attaching tapes to the skin to physically keep muscles or bones in place. It is usually used for patients who suffer from over exertion or injuries. It helps in quick recovery and pain reduction, as it enhances the proprioceptive result in the joint and limb.
Physiotherapy modalities are used for pain relief. While using physiotherapy modalities, electric energy, heat, or manual force is used to cause a change at a physiological level. These processes have proven to be extremely effective, even in short time periods. However, these methods should be accompanied with active therapy for long-lasting results.
Heat is applied to tissues to help reduce pain or spasms in muscles. Heat can be applied to affect superficial or deep-seated tissues depending on the condition. Heating pads or electromagnetic energy can be used to get the desired results.
Ice packs or ice massage is used for acute injuries and for pain relief. It reduces swelling, inflammation, and muscle spasms.
In these , machines are used to produce electric energy that provides deep stimulation and pain relief. Some machines use currents to produce interference patterns either superficially or deep inside tissues. In other procedures, sound waves and vibrations are produced for a micro massage resulting in deep pain relief that soothes.
Exercises are considered as active therapies. Most of our exercise protocols are based on yoga postures. They help in bringing about local and systemic transformation. They don’t just have an effect on the external body but also on all the systems of the body, viz. nervous, musculoskeletal, endocrine, and circulatory, to name a few. They help in treating the cause of the pain or discomfort. Most physiotherapy treatments are supported with exercises aimed at strengthening a body part, or increasing its flexibility. Therapeutic exercises can be further classified based on the function they are aiming at:
|MECHANICAL PAIN||IMPINGMENT SYNDROME||ELBOW SPRAIN||CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME||MECHANICAL PAIN|
|MUSCLE SPASM||ROTATOR CUFF INJURY||TENNIS ELBOW||WRIST DROP||THORACIC KYPHOSIS|
|CERVICAL SPONDYLITIS||TENDINITIS||GOLFER’S ELBOW||CLAW HAND||FIBROMYALGIA|
|CERVICAL SPONDYLOSIS||BURSITIS||STUDENT ELBOW||CARPAL BONE FRACTURES||DISC HERNIATION|
|DISC RELATED DISORDER||SHOULDER DISLOCATION||CUBITAL TUNNEL SYNDROME||DEQUERVIAN TENOSYNOVITIS||ANKYLOSIS SPONDYLITIS|
|TRAPEZITIS||POST SHOULDER FRACTURES||PRONATOR SYNDROME||TENDINITIS||OSTEOPOROSIS|
|CERVICAL RADICULOPATHY||OSTEOARTHIRITIS SHOULDER||SUPINATOR SYNDROME||TIGGER FINGER||FACET JOINT SYNDROME|
|FACET JOINT SYNDROME||ADHESIVE CAPSULITIS||NURSEMAID ELBOW||MALLET FINGER||SPONDYLOSIS|
|WHIPLASH INJURY||PERIARTHIRITIS SYNDROME||POST ELBOW FRACTURE||POST WRIST BONE FRACTURE||POST SURGERY|
|CERVICOGENIC HEADACHE||POST SURGERY||POST SURGERY||POST SURGERY||SCHEUERMANN’S DISEASE|
|MECHANICAL PAIN||HIP OSTEOARTHRITIS||OSTEOARTHRITIS||SPRAIN||PLANTAR FASCIITIS|
|LUMBAR SPONDYLITIS||PATELLOFEMORAL SYNDROME||TENNIS ELBOW||CALCANEAL SPUR||FLAT FOOT|
|LUMBAR SPONDYLOSIS||BURSITIS||GOLFER’S ELBOW||FRACTURES|
|LUMBAR SPONDYLOLISTHESIS||HIP LABRAL TEAR||ACL TEAR||HALLUX VALGUS|
|LUMBAR SCOLIOSIS||DEVELOPMENTAL DISLOCATION OF HIP||PCL TEAR||FOOT DROP|
|SCIATICA||PIRIFORMIS SYNDROME||MENISCAL INJURY||CTEV|
|SACROILIITIS||POST TOTAL HIP REPLACEMENT SURGERY||CHONDROMALACIA PATELLA||HAMMER TOE|
|ANKYLOSING SPONDYLITIS||HIP BURSITIS||POST TOTAL KNEE REPLACEMENT SURGERY||POST OPERATIVE|
|SI JOINT DYSFUNCTION||PERTHES DISEASE||IT BAND SYNDROME||POST ANKLE FRACTURES|
|COCCYDYNIA||POST HIP FRACTURES||PATELLAR TENDINITIS||POST SURGERY|
|DISC RELATED PROBLEMS||GENU VARUS|
|FACET JOINT SYNDROME||POST SURGERY|