General Joint Problems

Physiotherapy is the provision of services to develop, maintain and restore maximum movement and functional ability throughout the lifespan. It includes the provision of services in circumstances where movement and function are threatened by the process of ageing or that of injury or disease. Physiotherapy sees full and functional movement as at the heart of what it means to be healthy.

  • Physiotherapy uses physical approaches to promote, maintain and restore physical, psychological and social well-being.
  • Physiotherapy is science-based, committed to extending, applying, evaluating and reviewing the evidence that underpins and informs its practice and delivery
  • Physiotherapists use their clinical judgement and informed interpretation to assess and treat numerous conditions.
Physiotherapy is concerned with identifying and maximizing movement potential. Physiotherapy involves the interaction between the physiotherapist, clients, families and carers, in a process of assessing potential and in establishing agreed upon goals and objectives using knowledge and skills unique to physiotherapists.

The physiotherapists' distinctive view of the body and its movement needs and potential is central to determining a diagnosis and an intervention strategy and is consistent whatever the setting in which practice is undertaken, be it; promotion, prevention, treatment to rehabilitation.

Commonly Physiotherapists aim to:
  • Reduce pain
  • Maximise functional movement (range, strength, and proprioception)
  • Maximise Independence
  • Increase quality of life

Rheumatological Conditions

Sports Injury

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