Physical Therapy

Be it a sudden injury that seems unbearable to you or a chronic pain that has been nudging you for quite some time, you would often rely more upon fast treatment methods than the physical therapy. As a matter of fact, physical therapy approaches are mostly used as primary care method where your body is eased steadily, without much intrusive approach like surgeries. Here are the five most effectively-proven physical therapy approaches that can be helpful during an emergency –

Manual Therapy

Manual therapy is effective for any injury, especially for musculoskeletal conditions and acts as a great adjunct to patient education and exercise. Those suffering from chronic pain or acute injury can rely on manual therapies because not only are they cost-effective but also prepare the patients for intensive surgeries or treatments in the very season. This hands-on approach employs tactics like massaging, stretching, hands-on strengthening and mobilizing movements that helps in proper body movements by reducing pain and inflammation. Common therapies include manipulations, stretches, Soft Tissue Mobilization, and joint mobilizations to relax muscles, tendons and constricted tissues.

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Heat And Ice

The application of heat and ice works as wonders in helping patients acclimatize with exercise

From swollen muscle to lower backache, acute inflammation to arthritis –the application of heat and ice works as wonders in helping patients acclimatize with exercise in due course of time. In case of swelling and inflammation, ice pack helps in constricting blood vessels to prevent inflammation. It makes the joints mobile to garner manual therapy. In the case of muscular spasms or tightness of ligaments, muscles and tendons, heat therapy makes the tissue pliable. Trainers often use heat therapy to reduce pain and increase the mobility of tissue before exercise and then ice therapy to reduce pain and inflammation afterward.

Functional Electrical Stimulation

In restoring muscular strength, E-Stim or Electrical Stimulation is often incorporated with ice and heat therapies. With a steady yet minor electrical stimulus, the trainer can contract the otherwise dormant muscles to help in proper movement of limbs instead of depending on exercise only. In speedy recovery after ACL, knee replacement surgeries or in restoring mobility for hemiplegic patients E-Stim has been proven excellent.

Therapeutic Exercise

Therapeutic Exercise
Therapeutic exercises helps in healing faster

A common approach for most of the chronic or sub-acute orthopedic conditions, Therapeutic exercises helps in healing faster than conventional strengthening, stretching and range-of-motion exercises. The trainers monitor any particularly challenging exercise while checking the proper dose so that the patients remain unharmed. With the prescribed common exercises, patients can get rid of the day-to-day pains and aches and also the injuries that occur due to repetitive or sedentary exercises.

Low-Level Laser And Ultrasound

For connective tissue injuries, ultrasound waves are often passed through the body to generate inside heat and loosen up the tissues to prepare the body for exercise or manual therapy. Therapists apply the sound waves safely and directly through a wand. The low-level laser therapy is also used in healing connective tissue or muscular injuries by using specific light wavelengths below the skin. This stimulates healing from muscle fatigue, inflammation, pain and constricted joint movement. It can be used as monotherapy as well as adjustment to any exercise to speed up the healing process.

While addressing weak parts of your body, these therapies will help in preventing injuries and let you recover from general and age-related injuries, strokes and cardiovascular issues. These methods have also been helpful in recovery after surgery and in maximizing movements by regaining movement capabilities.