Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy is a medical specialization that uses natural methods to help a person restore movement and functionality after an injury, disease, or disability; and helps prevent future injuries or diseases.

    Conditions That Require Physiotherapy

    All types of motor, muscular, developmental, and neurological conditions, of which are

    Back pain due to muscle strain and herniated disc

    • Reducing pain, relieving muscle tension, and correcting the position of the vertebrae

    • Correcting the spine, restoring the sitting position, and walking properly without pain

    Neck pain due to muscle strain or herniated disc

    • Reducing pain, relieving muscle tension, and correcting the position of the cervical vertebrae

    • Restore the natural and painless neck movement

    • Reducing discomfort and headache associated with neck problems

    Rheumatism

    Reducing pain associated with inflammation and avoiding possible anomalies

    Arthritis (knee, shoulder, fingers, ankle…)

    Reducing inflammation and pain, and restoring the normal motion of the affected joint

    Some surgeries in the knee joint (joint replacement, cruciate ligament, cartilage rupture, fractures and injuries from car accidents…)

    • Rehabilitation process associated with each operation

    • Pain reduction

    • Strengthening the surrounding muscles and their neurologic response

    • Resuming daily lifestyle

    Some surgeries in the hip joint (pelvis)

    • Pain reduction

    • Standing using assistive equipment

    • Walking using assistive equipment

    • Walking without assistance

    • Resuming daily lifestyle

    Rehabilitation after fractures

    • Strengthening the injured muscles

    • restoring the normal range of motion

    Aortic treatment

    • Aortic pain reduction

    • Pain relief

    • Restoring the natural posture of the back

    • Avoiding any anomalies

    Inflammations and ruptures of the tendons and ligaments

    • Pain reduction

    • Inflammation relief

    • Strengthening of the tendons and ligaments

    • Quick healing of the ruptures

    • Resuming sports practice

    Spinal deformities

    • Correction of the spinal posture

    • Reduction of non-congenital muscle tension

    • Use of assistive equipment to adjust posture and correct the discs position

    • Reduce existing anomalies

    Brain seizures (strokes)

    • Full treatment program from the Czech Republic to rehabilitate the affected side (hand, leg, back, neck, and muscles)

    • Speech rehabilitation if affected

    Multiple sclerosis

    • Improve body posture

    • Reduce tension and associated pains

    • Stimulate blood circulation

    • Increase range of motion in all joints

    Spinal cord injuries

    Rehabilitation program for all kinds of paralysis

    • Quadriplegia

    • Hemiplegia

    • Paraplegia

    • Triplegia

    • Monoplegia

    • Diplegia

    Senility problems (elderly)

    • Increase muscular performance for better movement

    • Improve daily natural movement

    • Correction of deformities of the spine and limbs

    • Increase the range of motion in the joints

    • Reduce concussion (vibrative movement) of the limbs

    • Improve neuromuscular coordination

    Children

    • Correction of deformities in the limbs and spine

    • Cerebral palsy

    • Erbs palsy

    • Torticollis

    • Treatment of oxygen deficiency during childbirth and its associated symptoms

    • Treatment of muscular atrophy

    • Improve balance

    • Proper standing and walking

    Physiotherapy at Ehtiwa

    • All movement problems of the patient

    • Developmental delay in performing some skills

    Some conditions are:

    • Cerebral palsy

    • Erbs palsy

    • Torticollis

    • Treatment of oxygen deficiency during childbirth and its associated symptoms

    • Treatment of muscular atrophy

    • Improve balance

    • Proper standing and walking

    Role of Physiotherapy Specialist

    • Assessment of the condition

    • Setting the necessary treatment plan

    • Properly implementing the treatment plan

    • Conducting a periodic evaluation to measure improvement

    • Guidance and instructions for the parents to follow-up on the condition at home

    Diagnosis and Evaluation