Physiotherapy can effectively treat a lot of aches, pains, and other conditions. It can help relieve common painful conditions like arthritis, back pain, chronic pain, and knee pain. Also, it can benefit people who have weight-related issues, mobility problems, pelvic floor issues, and lung conditions. 

Integral Performance Physiotherapy uses effective and safe techniques for treating a wide range of conditions, from stretching and aerobic conditioning to muscle strengthening, dry needling, Pilates, and massage. It also effectively treats painful conditions like back pain, knee issues, strains and sprains, as well as muscle issues and arthritis. Keep reading to learn more about how physiotherapy works:

Treating Back Pain

Back pain affects many people at some point in their lives. It can be caused by some factors including poor posture, muscle strains, arthritis, ligament sprains, disc issues, and muscle weakness. Physiotherapy can treat back pain using techniques like manual therapy, massage, and exercises, depending on what causes the pain. A physiotherapist teaches their patient some exercises for back muscle strength and increased range of motion.

Alleviating Chronic Pain

People who suffer from chronic pain can experience a disability. Chronic pain can have significant effects on daily life, resulting to issues wit work and normal daily activities. It affects a person’s physical and mental health. 

Physiotherapy for chronic pain includes a range of therapies designed to improve movement and decrease pain. For people who are living with persistent pain, a physiotherapist can design a treatment program with exercises that a patient can practice at home. This program can be built into the patient’s schedule. 

Rehabilitating Pelvic Floor Muscles

Pelvic floor physiotherapy is important for women’s health and can be vital after childbirth. It helps women in rehabilitating their pelvic floor muscles that can be weakened because of pregnancy, childbirth, surgery, being overweight, heavy lifting, and menopause. Weak pelvic floor muscles can impact bladder and bowel control. 

Helping Manage Weight

Physiotherapy offers a way to lose weight while protecting vulnerable joints. A physiotherapist will educate patients about physical activity and the impact of extra weight on the musculoskeletal system. Also, they can treat issues associated with weight gain including joint issues, as well as tendonitis and pain that result from having excess weight.

Relieving Knee Pain

The knee absorbs shock and bear weight when a person moves, but it is vulnerable to injury. Physiotherapy can increase a person’s range of motion, strengthen surrounding muscles, release soft tissue restrictions, and decrease pain or inflammation.