You can come to physiotherapist in Dwarka Sector 10 with or without a doctor’s referral. The following reasons are common when seeking treatment:
Back pain is the most common musculoskeletal disorder in India, and more than half of the clients apply to my physiotherapy clinic in Dwarka Sector 10 for it. Some of the pain is more chronic and has lasted for years, some is an acute seizure, for example as a result of a lifting situation or slipping.
Chronic ailments (from 3 months to several years) require a different approach and a person’s way of using their body is often disrupted. Careful investigation of the cause is important. In these cases, the right kind of training will give you the best results. However, in the early stages of rehabilitation, manual treatments (fascial treatments, massage, vertebral treatments) are beneficial to alleviate the factors that inhibit body function. At this point, the physiotherapist in Dwarka Sector 10 is like a booster to help get the project started.
After that, regular self-training for a few months is often already beneficial. Visit to the physiotherapy clinic in Dwarka Sector 10 are used more as a control. In this process, explaining the pain and motivating the client is paramount to the end result.
In acute ailments, the back may have “locked in” suddenly and bending in almost no direction is possible. Healing that starts suddenly is also faster. In many cases, the ailments go away on their own within a few days or a few weeks, but physio therapeutic measures can significantly speed recovery. There is nothing more than pain.
People are prescribed a lot of sick leave and the pain is allowed to go “by itself” over many weeks. With the right measures, the ailment could have taken a week and a few proper physiotherapy treatments added to it with specific instructions would have helped.
Painkillers only treat the symptom and the most important thing is to eliminate the cause of the pain!
The other most common ailments are neck-shoulder pain, shoulder and upper limb pain, numbness of the hands and feet, headaches and dizziness. Physiotherapy in Dwarka can potentially affect pain in any part of the body. The following diagnoses often occur with a referral from the client’s doctor
- neck-shoulder headache
- tension neck
- lumbago (witch arrow = lower back cramp)
- chest pain
- rotator cuff problems
- narrow shoulder
- frozen shoulder
- tennis and golf elbow
- unknown back disease or unspecified back pain
- plantar fasciitis and “bone spike”
- the knee of a runner or jumper
- hip and pelvic pain / dysfunction
- SI joint problems
Diagnoses are always compartmentalized, so a very accurate description rarely exists regarding the client’s effort, as each case is unique. Personal research and history will provide more detailed information.
Lack of mobility causes many problems when the hand does not rise to the top shelf, the back does not bend to tie the shoelaces, or the playing position of the hockey player causes one-sided tensions. Movement restriction causes more movement than normal in another joint. Overload usually develops in these overworked joints. It is important to get the original movement restriction fixed and thereby also alleviate the existing symptom.
Today, many ailments emphasize conservative treatment without surgery. In recent years, the importance of rehabilitation in recovery has been emphasized, especially in the case of shoulder and knee problems. Efforts are also being made to perform fewer back surgeries, as only 5-10% of the ailments are structural. The remaining 90-95% are functional ailments, meaning they can be treated without a surgeon’s knife. This is also significantly cheaper for a purse.
It is especially important to take care of post-operative rehabilitation after an accident, an artificial joint surgery or a rupture of the shoulder rotatory cuff, for example. The operation alone only provides a good starting point for improved performance. In the early stages of training, the most important thing is the presence and assistance of a physiotherapist in Dwarka Sector 10 to keep the right performance techniques and workload in order.
Dizziness is a nasty affliction, but in many cases there is nothing serious in the background. It can be caused, for example, by muscle tension in the neck-shoulder area or disturbance of the balance organ (benign dizziness). In many cases, a doctor has done tests to find out the cause of dizziness, but physiotherapy also examines possible contraindications away before treatment.
Missing hands and feet are common and often harmless. Tension in the muscles and fascia can put pressure on nerve structures, which interferes with everyday life, for example when driving or using a computer. In many cases, the discomfort worsens when standing still or sleeping in the same position at night.
Through the fascia, sensations can radiate very far along the free nerve terminals located in the covering membrane on top of the muscle. In this case, no “nerve is pinched,” but a tight spot in the buttocks, for example, causes “sciatica-like” numbness in the lower leg. In only 5-10% of limb absences, the nerve root is in compression at the nerve root opening between the vertebrae.
Physiotherapy gives you individual instructions for improving or maintaining your ability to function. Goals can be e.g.
- relaxation, stress relief and well-being
If you have a certain symptom for the first time, you may want to see a doctor before physiotherapy. In this case, for example, visceral diseases can be ruled out.