Elite Hospital gives Best Physiotherapy in Attibele with professional physiotherapy services for sports and general injuries. Physiotherapy helps restore movement and function when someone is affected by injury, rehabilitation program is illness Maintaining mobility while stabilizing an injured tissue is required in successful rehabilitations or disability. physiotherapy is increase of joint mobility and stability. Elite physiotherapy treat by acute or chronic pain movement and impairment resulting from injury, trauma or illness. Physiotherapists often work with other health professionals to help meet an individual's health care needs.
Low back ache
Rheumatoid and osteoarthritis
Total Knee Replacement
Post operative replacement
Knee Pain is one of the common problems faced by people of all ages. It can be caused due to injury such as torn ligament, medical conditions like arthritis, age related factors, Obesity, heredity, heavy physical activity etc. Most of the people experience temporary knee pain which may be caused by either some accident or injury. Knee Pain can be usually treated by Physiotherapy, however in extreme situations you may require surgical treatment as well.
Pain radiating along the sciatic nerve, which runs down one or both legs from the lower back.
It's usually caused when a herniated disc or bone spur in the spine presses on the nerve.
Pain originates in the spine and radiates down the back of the leg. Sciatica typically affects only one side of the body.
Medication for pain and physiotherapy are common treatments.
LOW BACK ACHE
Patients suffering from most types of low back pain are often referred for physical therapy for four weeks as an initial conservative (nonsurgical) treatment option before considering other more aggressive treatments, including back surgery. The goals of physical therapy are to decrease back pain, increase function, and teach the patient a maintenance program to prevent future back problems.
Frozen shoulder is a painful shoulder conditions that produce apparent ‘stiffness’ by restricting active movement, either through pain inhibition (antalgic shoulder) or muscle weakness (such as a rotator cuff tear or deltoid paresis). In contrast, patients who have a frozen shoulder have characteristic features of the painful selective restriction of certain active and passive movements of the shoulder, in the presence of normal radiographs. Unfortunately, patients in each of these two categories tend to be considered together under an inclusive clinical umbrella, leading to misdiagnosis and inappropriate treatment. The reasons for this are twofold: first, the terms in common usage, such as frozen shoulder, adhesive capsulitis and pericapsulitis.