Physiotherapy is a diverse profession that is involved in nearly all areas of health care. From the Intensive Care Unit to Private Physiotherapy Clinics, physiotherapists get involved whenever there is a problem managing an injury, disease or condition.
At C-Physio, our Physiotherapists specialise in the following areas of Physiotherapy:
- Women’s Health (Gynaecological)
- Ante & Post Natal (Pregnancy)
- Vestibular Rehabilitation
- Chronic Pain
- Injury Prevention
- Clinical Pilates
- Hand Therapy
- Occupational Health
The aim of physiotherapy is to promote good health, manage painful injuries and improve your ability to perform day-to-day tasks and sporting activities as easily and comfortably as possible.
In 2007, the current definition of Physiotherapy was agreed as:
'Any activity undertaken by an individual physiotherapist that may be situated within the four pillars of physiotherapy practice where the individual is educated, trained and competent to perform that activity. Such activities should be linked to existing or emerging occupational and practice frameworks acknowledged by the profession and be support by a body of evidence.'
The original Four Pillars of Physiotherapy are:
Kindred Forms of Treatment
This definition and the four pillars that make up our treatment options allow physiotherapists to work and specialise in a wide variety of specialities.
Other Areas of Physiotherapy include:
- Animal Therapy
- Aquatic Therapy (Hydrotherapy)
- Therapeutic Riding and Hippotherapy
- Child Development
- Men’s Health (Urology)
- Lymphatic Conditions
- Burns Management
- Public Health
- Obesity Management
- Genetic Disorders
- Injection Therapy
- Drug Prescribing
- Dementia Care
- Amputee Rehabilitation
- Manual Handling
- Mental Health
- Elderly Care
- Palliative Care
- Renal Units
For more information about the Conditions we treat, give us a call on 01274 270450 or check out some of the Common Conditions we treat here.