Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation
Physical therapy refers to the use of physical agents and techniques in the treatment of musculoskeletal disorders. Physical treatment methods are the application of physical agents from outside the body. The applied physical therapy agents do not create any lesions or wounds in our bodies. Reducing or eliminating the intentional pain of physiotherapy practice, the functioning of the organs to regain the daily life activities of the patient is to take place in society as an independent individual. Rehabilitation is the treatment of congenital or acquired recovery of lost mobility. In rehabilitation, the aim is to bring the patient to the highest possible position in physical, psychological, social, occupational and non-professional settings and in education, despite environmental constraints and physiological-anatomical disorders.
What are the purposes of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation?
Reduction of pain,
Relaxation of the muscles,
Influence of the circulation on the positive direction,
Removal of inflammation,
Restoration of functions; increase of movement, strengthening and coordination of muscles,
Reducing the need for drugs,
Prevention and correction of posture (posture) disorders can be counted.