Orthopaedic or Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy can help you with soft tissue injuries, muscular imbalances, joint pain, and a variety of spine disorders. The goal of Vrriksha Physiotherapy is to reduce pain and restore function by using a non-surgical method to treat illnesses or injuries associated with the musculoskeletal system. In order to help you heal, our professional staff will work with you one-on-one throughout your treatment.
What is Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy?
Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy in Bangalore is the effective treatment of conditions that will impair your ability to move or the coordination of your muscles and joints. An injury will make it painful or difficult to move, whether it is in your ankles, feet, legs, hands, shoulders, or arms. Your life will be significantly impacted by it. Movement abnormalities can be managed with the use of physiotherapy for musculoskeletal conditions.
Our Physiotherapist will speak with you directly, observe you movement pattern, and perform a hands-on evaluation to determine the nature of your problems. They will take the necessary time to create an appropriate treatment plan and explain the diagnosis to each patient individually.
In Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, we specialize in:
- Soft tissue injuries (Ankle sprains, tennis elbow, hip pain, wrist pain, plantar fasciitis, rotator cuff injury, stress fracture )
- Spine Conditions (Neck and Back pain, herniated discs, spinal stenosis, degenerative disc disease, sciatica)
- Osteoarthritis (Arthritis, Joint pain, Knee joint pain, Cervical Spondylosis, Lumbar spondylosis, Spondylitis)
- Shoulder conditions like Adhesive Capsulitis/ Frozen shoulder
Types of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapies:
Before you move on and get hands-on Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy in Bangalore, learning the types is really important. Listed below are the types to focus at:
- Balance and coordination exercises
- Specifically tailored exercises for strengthening weak muscles and retraining movement, where the weakness or pain has caused you to develop some of the compensatory movement patterns.
- Fascia release, massage and stretching exercises for you to loosen up your tight joints, structures, and muscles
- Hands-on mobilization and manipulation when needed to free up the movement of stiff joints
- Education of the basic anatomy and advice based on the patient’s individual condition
- Supervised and graded exercises programs to present hands-on guidance to ensure that you learn and develop proper movement
- Programs to progress your speed, strength, coordination, and flexibility to offer new exercises that challenge you
It is best to consult a musculoskeletal physiotherapist if you require an assessment for musculoskeletal physiotherapy. Those who have arthritis, back discomfort, or neck pain will receive treatment from a qualified musculoskeletal physiotherapist. It will be a wise decision on your part to contact a musculoskeletal physiotherapist, even if you have a repetitive strain injury. A trustworthy musculoskeletal physiotherapist will also assist patients who have recently undergone hip or knee replacement surgery, osteoporosis, or injuries sustained while playing sports or at work.
A trustworthy musculoskeletal physiotherapist will also assist patients who have recently undergone hip or knee replacement surgery, osteoporosis, or injuries sustained while playing sports or at work.
Orthopedic Conditions and Symptoms We Treat
From injuries, fractures to back pain, neck pain and spine issues, our orthopedic physiotherapy experts treat a wide variety of musculoskeletal issues for effective and speedy pain relief and recovery
Bone and Muscle Pain
- Spondylosis and Sciatica
- Herniated disc, slipped disc
- Back pain – lower back pain, upper back pain
- Neck pain, Cervical pain
- Spine conditions
- Shoulder pain, tailbone pain
Ageing Issues among Elderly
- Knee pain (knee arthritis)
- Joint pain and arthritis in hands
- Balance & mobility for elderly
- Finger and wrist pain
- Dizziness (Vertigo & Parkinson’s)
- Chronic back pain
Muscle Sprain & Strains
- Muscle spasm
- Ankle sprain, heel pain, foot pain
- Calf muscle pain and leg pain
- Pelvic pain
- Hip pain, buttock pain
Risks of Musculoskeletal problems
When seeking musculoskeletal physiotherapy, it is crucial to find a reputable physiotherapist if you don’t want to encounter any problems. Without the necessary training, physiotherapists could cause your body serious harm. Finding the top physiotherapist, however, is not that difficult if you do your research.
There are some common physical causes and organizational risk factors associated with MSDs. Some of those are:
- Fast-paced work culture
- Prolonged sitting or standing in that same position
- Poor lighting, vibration, or cold working environments
- Static and awkward postures
- Forceful or repetitive movements
- Load handling, mainly while bending and twisting
Thus, it is crucial to use manual therapy methods like massage to treat hand and wrist issues. A significant contributing factor to poor posture and joint pain is age. It might be wise to seek the assistance of a musculoskeletal physiotherapist.