<h2><br/>What exactly is physiotherapy?<br/></h2><br/><p><br/>A physiotherapist is a practitioner of physical therapy that treats injury, illness, or deformity by using techniques other than drugs and surgery. <a href="https://www.pinterest.com/louis567alec67l/_saved/">physiotherapists</a> assists people suffering from injury, illness or disability through manual therapy, exercise and education as well as advice.<br/></p><br/><p><br/>One key element of physiotherapy is that it takes a holistic approach to wellbeing and treatment, focusing on the whole person, including general lifestyle and health.<br/></p><br/><p><br/>Physiotherapy's goal is to assist individuals in remaining independent and contributing as active citizens of society.<br/></p><br/><h2><br/><iframe src="https://Physiotherapy" width="560" height="315" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe><br/>Most Common Techniques in Physiotherapy<br/></h2><br/><p><br/>Many physiotherapy methods are performed by hand and aim to move, mobilise, or massage tissues. This is a great way to relieve pain, stiffness, blood circulation and encourage movement. These techniques include:<br/></p><br/><ul><br/><li><br/>Massage to relax the muscles<br/></li><br/><li><br/>Soft tissue techniques like stretching and myofascial release<br/></li><br/><li><br/>Joint mobilization, or manipulation uses the movement and function of the joints to enhance motion and control.<br/></li><br/><li><br/>The handcrafted instrument used in physiotherapy instrument mobilisation (PIM).<br/><img width="456" src="http://www.manchesterneurophysio.co.uk/images/physiotherapy-for-apraxia.jpg" /><br/></li><br/><li><br/>Minimal energy techniques (METs) which uses the muscle's own energy to relax the muscles through autogenic or reciprocal inhibition and lengthening the muscle<br/></li><br/><li><br/>Osteopathy and acupuncture are also available.<br/></li><br/></ul><br/><br/>

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