-Back pain , Sciatica, disc prolapse.
-knee joints problems: arthritis, ligaments tear
-Fibromyalgia and Body pain
-Joints pain and malfunction
-Frozen Shoulder and pain
-Headache and migraine
-Rehabilitation after surgery
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Why our physical Therapy Clinic
It is an alternative therapy which relieves pain and tension by gentle manipulation of skull to harmonize with a natural rhythm in central nervous system. It improves awareness and movement in the body and is a very useful clinical approach in chronic pain syndrome, headaches.
This hands-on approach includes a wide variety of techniques for mobilization and manipulation to asses and treat different musculoskeletal conditions.
Chiropractic is a discipline that is concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of mechanical disorders of the musculoskeletal system, especially the spine. Chiropractors have proposed, especially those in the field's early history, that such disorders affect general health via the nervous system.
Physiotherapy is well known practice worldwide. However in India amongst the local population there is a perception that it is electrical machine based treatment with some exercises, which is not a complete picture. Primarily it is a combination of exercise therapy, manual therapy and electrotherapy but there are some adjuncts as well like Taping Dry needling etc.
Kinesiotaping method was developed by Dr. Kenzo kase from Japan in 1970s.It has various applications in sports injuries to provide stability and support to the injured structure. In non-athletic population it helps to improve lymphatic and blood circulation in different affected body part.
Dry Needling is an approach where acupuncture needle is inserted into the painful trigger point or tender point in the muscles which creates a twitch response in muscle and eases it up.
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Our team of highly trained professionals uses the latest healing technologies to restore you to pain-free health, quickly and easily. We thoroughly evaluate & treat all of the contributing root factors related to your issue. This includes, but is not limited to, your work and home stressors, overall body condition, nutrition, genetic & postural habits, emotional connections and patterns that are held in your muscles