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What Are The Common Physiotherapy Techniques?
If you have a question, what does a physiotherapist do? There are several hands-on physiotherapy
techniques your physiotherapist may be trained in. These techniques include:








Joint mobilisation
Joint manipulation
MET (Minimal Energy Techniques)
PIM (Physiotherapy instrument Mobilisation)Neurodynamics
Muscle stretching
Massage
Soft tissue techniques

In fact, a physiotherapist has knowledge of other training techniques as well that are brought to use
by professionals such as massage therapist, chiropractors, osteopaths and kinesiologists.
What is Physiotherapy taping?
Physiotherapists are highly skilled, they utilise taping and strapping techniques so that injuries can be
prevented. There are some physiotherapists who are also skilled in kinesiology taping.
Acupuncture and Dry Needling

Physiotherapists along with their practice learn about acupuncture and dry needling which helps in
reducing pain and improving muscle function.

Exercises Physiotherapists bring to use several exercises to strengthen patient’s muscles and
improve their function. These exercises have been proved scientifically as one of the most efficient
ways for preventing or curing pains that are a result of the injury. Physiotherapists can at a time use
real-time ultrasound physiotherapy so that the patient can view his muscles contract on the screen
while they retain them correctly.

Biomechanical Analysis
Biomechanical assessment, along with observation and diagnostic skills is imperative because the
level of treatment depends on them. Physiotherapists are skilled and trained in a way so that they can
easily detect and help patients with their musculoskeletal and sports injuries. It also calls for efforts
from the patients side because poor posture and an unhealthy lifestyle are the common sources of
repetitive injuries.
What is Sports Physiotherapy?

Sports physiotherapy requires knowledge and skills to assist patients in injury recovery and
prevention of further damage. For the best advice, visit private physiotherapy clinics in London.
Workplace physiotherapy
A physiotherapist can assist you at work too. They tadvise you about the best postures and ideal
workstation set up for the body while at work. So, whether it is in the educational programs or
workstation setups, or lifting technique improvement consult a physiotherapist and he will guide you
about each and everything.
How should the acute injury be treated
Rest is important if you are suffering from any acute injury. This is also called as active rest, because
the very phrase, No Pain, no gain” does not hold importance in each case. The rule of thumb, in this
case, is not to anything that can aggravate your pain for at least two to three days post injury.
You can apply cold and heat therapy for a few days after the injury. Initially, apply ice for 20 minutes
every two to three hours for 2 to 3 days after injury. Ice helps to reduce your pain and swelling.
Avoid the use of heat therapy for first 48 hours post the injury; this is because it can lead to further
bleeding and impact your healing rate. If applied accurately, heat can help your muscles to relax so
that the pain eases out. Heat wheat packs are the best solution for a number of injuries.
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Researches tell, if injuries are left untreated they can take a longer time to heal, the pain can reoccur
and are likely to leave you with joint stiffness, muscle weakness and abnormal scar tissue formation.
If you are suffering from an injury and are looking forward to getting the treatment started, but are
confused about the physiotherapist near me, visit www.physiosnearme.com and get an access to
hundreds of private physiotherapy in London near you. It is one of the best ways to find a
physiotherapist and get started with the treatment.


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