Sports & Spinal Injury Centre is the best physiotherapy clinic in Dwarka Sector 11 for all types of physiotherapy. Dr Neha Kaushik is the leading physiotherapist in Dwarka Sector 11.
Fascia manipulation (Stecco)
The goal of fascia manipulation is to restore the sliding of the deep or superficial fascia (cover film) on the muscle relative to the muscle . Fascia’s job is to pass on the forces produced by the muscles in the chain of motion and to convey information to the brain about parts of the body like the senses.
The repetitive strain causes friction at some point in the chain of motion and at this point the sliding of the fascia over the muscle becomes difficult. However, Fascia must be able to adapt to the movement, for example when raising her hand.
For example, there may be a “tight” area in the forearm or scapula, but the symptom occurs on the shoulder or wrist. Instead of a sore spot, the treatment focuses on those tense areas that relieve pressure and pain in the symptom area. In many cases, old injuries and symptoms have also caused “quiet spots” somewhere in the body that are symptomatic elsewhere.
Fascia manipulation is based on careful interviewing and research, on the basis of which treatment is planned. Treatment is applied locally to tense areas without media.
Joint and vertebral treatments
Joint dysfunction is a common cause of pain and movement restrictions. Restricted movement, for example in the ankle or hip, easily causes a symptom where there is already a lot of movement already done, such as the knee. Lower back and neck pain conditions are also common with chest (upper back) movement restrictions.
In physiotherapy, the movement of the joints and vertebrae can be affected by restoring the normal trajectory by mobilizing (moving) the joint . In many cases, a person’s own movement and training will help over time, but in many pain states and severe movement restrictions (especially after surgery), mobilization by a physiotherapist in Dwarka Sector 11 will speed up the return to a normal daily routine.
Mobilization may involve a “routine” or “click” of the joint, but it is not necessary. Mobilization must not cause pain, on the contrary, the goal of mobilization is to relieve pain and restore trajectories.
Kinesio and sports taping
In recent years, kinesio tapes have been seen in athletic competitions, for example, as colorful ribbons along the muscles of athletes’ thighs and arms. The purpose of taping is to allow normal movement without pain or other distractions. The choice of tape tension and technique can affect the muscle tension level through the stretching reflex and thereby facilitate normal movement that may be slightly missing after injury.
The tape has the same elasticity as the skin, so it allows for full movement and is more helpful than restrictive tape. Kinesio tape is a supportive measure for other physiotherapy and simply taping to a sore spot is rarely very effective.
The aim of the sports tape is to limit and support the movement of the joint, eg the ankle , during the performance. There is often a spinal injury at the back where rehabilitation is in progress. In this case, the person is able to participate in physical activities despite the restrictions.
The tape is rigid. However, careful rehabilitation is the most important thing after an injury and taping is more of a support measure if a person wants to take part in the sport a little half full, usually in professional sports.
Electrotherapy can be given on DC or AC. The main purpose is pain management.
A direct current produces a thermal effect and the accumulation of acids and bases under the electrodes. This speeds up the healing of the tissue, for example after a muscle rupture, already in the first days after the injury.
Alternating current (e.g., TENS and Interference) does not cause a heat effect and is used primarily to relieve pain through the nervous system and for metabolic “pumping” in the muscle.
Electrotherapy is sometimes used as a pre -treatment before manual treatment for about 10 minutes, but as an independent treatment very rarely.
The heat pack can be used as a pre-treatment with electricity to warm the tissue before treatment. This can often be done at home as well. An increase in muscle temperature speeds up the metabolism, allowing oxygen to move more efficiently into the tissue and away from the waste products. An increase in temperature also relieves pain and relaxes the general level of tension and stress through the nervous system.
In physiotherapy in Dwarka, there is often talk of therapeutic training. However, I don’t think there is a separate therapeutic training and “some other training” is just a training . The form and level of the exercise must always be considered on a case-by-case basis. Especially if there is an acute operation behind that requires active rehabilitation.
In recent years, there has been strong evidence for the importance of physiotherapy in rehabilitation for shoulder and knee surgery. Rehabilitation alone has achieved the same thing as surgery and rehabilitation. The advantage, of course, is a faster rehabilitation schedule, as surgery usually puts a few months back on the current situation.
Training is meant to speed up a person’s recovery process towards their own goals in life. Goals can be related to work ability, hobbies, or some concrete chore like being able to wash windows without shoulder pain. The training is planned in an ascending manner according to the person’s ability to function and endurance.
In physiotherapy, training techniques are reviewed and, ideally, training takes place on your own. In a physiotherapy situation, it is sufficient to update the exercises and the therapy time can be used for something that the client cannot perform at home, such as for manual treatments. Once the harm / symptom has disappeared, the purpose of the exercises is to prevent the problem from recurring.
The physiotherapist in Dwarka Sector 11 interviews always examines the client before the procedure. It is important to find out the cause of the pain and dysfunction. For example, why does my back hurt? On the first visit at physiotherapy clinic in Dwarka Sector 11, the interview and examination can take up much of the therapy, but it is better to explore than the hut. However, for the first time, it would be good to get to do the so-called “test treatment” and see how the body reacts to this for the next time.
Structural causes are rare (5-10% of pain) and therefore X-rays and magnetic resonance imaging do not effectively detect the cause of pain. Indeed, most pain is functional. This means that the body is not functioning optimally at that very moment and is straining somewhere more than its tolerance. Fortunately, functional ailments can be solved with physiotherapy without surgery.