Physical therapy is concerned with areas of prevention, treatment, rehabilitation and rehabilitation. Physical therapy involves the interaction between physiotherapists, patients, other health professionals, families, caregivers and communities in a process where mobility and agreed goals are assessed using unique knowledge and skills for physical therapy and physiotherapy is practiced by a specialist physiotherapist.
Physiotherapy is a medical profession and one of the major branches of medicine provides services to individuals in order to develop, maintain and Increase mobility and functional capacity throughout life.
Examples of the most common diseases treated in physiotherapy
- Diseases of the muscular system and its injuries: such as muscle atrophy and muscle tension, and muscle
- weakness.Bone disease and injuries such as spinal sprain, fractures, bone operations, and cruciate ligament functions.
- Nervous system diseases and injuries: such as paralysis of all kinds, inflammation of the nerves, disc problems, and spinal injuries.
- Internal and cardiac diseases such as circulatory disorders, high arterial pressure, angina, and post-open heart operations.
- Arthritis: Rheumatism, articular cartilage erosion, joint stiffness, stiffness of the spine, arthritis.
- Urinary and reproductive diseases: such as incontinence caused by muscular weakness.