8 September is World Physiotherapy Day!
This day is dedicated to all physical therapists / physiotherapists to raise awareness about the contribution this profession makes in keeping people healthy and independent. This year will focus on promoting the role of physiotherapy in rehabilitation and COVID-19.
Physiotherapists play an important role in keeping the nation on its feet, getting people up and back to work after an injury / illness, and preventing them getting injured in the first place. Johari Digital supports this noble cause towards healthcare by working in collaboration with Physiotherapists.
5-Easiest options to treat different pain problems
Physiotherapy as a profession and as a service, has so much to offer, yet is so under-utilized by the system. We need to broaden our vision. We need to think about keeping people out of hospital and, if not, about getting them through the system quicker.
But while those in the healthcare industry take great pride in this profession, every person or prospective patient might wonder what miracles physical therapy can do for you.
#1: Combination Therapy for Sciatica and Low Back Pain
The sciatic nerve is the longest and widest nerve in the body. Combination of Ultrasound and electrotherapy for sciatica pain provides a non-invasive treatment and it’s yielding some impressive results.
#2: Ultrasound Therapy for Wound Healing
Ultrasound Therapy can produce many effects and benefits other than just the potential heating effect. It increases tissue relaxation, local blood flow, scar tissue breakdown, helps in reducing local swelling and chronic inflammation and promotes bone fracture healing.
#3: Treating Arthritis with Electrotherapy
There are more than 50 different types of arthritis that causes pain in several different ways. It is a chronic and progressive disease that may lead to physical functional loss and disability. Electrotherapy is an alternative to medication for treating arthritis pain.
#4: Laser Therapy Treatment for Achilles Tendinitis
The Achilles tendon is the largest tendon in the body. Laser Therapy Treatment has been shown to produce promising results in tendonitis. Laser Therapy provides safe, effective and painless solution for Achilles tendon pain and injury.
#5: TENS to Combat Nerve Injuries
Nerve damage can lead to several critical conditions like neuropathic pain and foot infections. It can also lead to loss of feeling/numbness in the injured area. A large number of people find TENS quite helpful with a range of other benefits.