Most of us are aware that Physiotherapy is a clinical health science and profession that aims to rehabilitate and improve a person’s ability to move and function. With our Physiotherapy Clinic in or near Floreat we can assist you with all of the problems associated with your illness or injury.
What is physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy uses physical techniques to improve your movement, reduce your pain and stiffness, speed up your healing process and increase your quality of life.
All physiotherapists must be registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Registration Agency (AHPRA). They must be qualified, have insurance and be continuing their education.
You can check if your physiotherapist is registered or make a complaint about a physiotherapist on the AHPRA website.
What does a physiotherapist do?
A physiotherapist in Floreat might:
- massage areas of your body
- manipulate your joints
- stretch your muscles
- give you exercises to do
- assist in reducing the pain from existing or previous injuries
- Provide rehabilitation programs to aid your recovery
A physiotherapist will assess your condition and help you with physical and through this often the mental problems associated with the injury. These might have come about because of an accident or injury, or you might have had them most of your life.
Paediatric Physio in Floreat
It is a fact that Some physiotherapists treat children who have problems with their movement. They also show parents how to improve their child’s quality of life.
Physiotherapists are trained to work with children and adolescents.
They have an expert understanding of child development and how this relates to neurological, cardio-respiratory and musculoskeletal health.
Paediatric Physiotherapists assess each child individually and develop programmes with a child and family-centred focus. They provide treatment, management and education to enhance the health and wellbeing of children and maximise their participation in everyday activities.
How can a physiotherapy in Floreat help us?
A physiotherapist can help treat many things, including:
- back and knee pain
- aches, sprains and injuries
- neurological conditions, like Parkinson’s disease
- recovery from broken bones
- rehabilitation after surgery
- developmental delays in children
- occupational health
They can also help you reduce the chance of future injuries.
Where can we access Physiotherapy in Floreat
It should be noted that there are often a number of Physiotherapists working in any one clinic , this allows for a variance in training techniques, where some are training as Physiotherapists , Exercise Physiologists and Clinical Pilates Instructors. Allowing them to reduce exisiting pain and suffering from sports injuries or strain , sprains and injuries that occur in your normal way of life.
Others will be able to assist you with Injury rehabilitation from operations that have come about through illness or injuries.
Mitch Rabjones will be able to assist you in both of these areas along with Clinical Pilates a s simple , slow but effective method of aiding your recovery and assisting in reducing the chances of the injury re-ocurring.