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Pain Management Physiotherapy

 

Physiotherapy is one of vital aspect of pain management for a wide range of conditions.In modern age wide range physiotherapy treatment is available to make you pain free permanently.

Many pain management strategies, such as medication or intervention techniques, will provide only temporary relief of your symptoms.So along with allopathic treatment proper physiotherapy treatment will bring you back to pain free life.

 

 B2LCARE'S goal is to provide a long-term solution to your pain by addressing the underlying cause. For this reason we may recommend that you undertake physiotherapy in conjunction with other appropriate pain management techniques.

Physiotherapy is used to treat both acute and persistent pain conditions. Where your pain is the result of musculoskeletal or nerve trauma, physiotherapy can be particularly effective at rehabilitating the area. By strengthening and retraining your body to recover from injury, we can help to prevent acute conditions from progressing to persistent conditions.

If your condition is persistent, physiotherapy can help to alleviate your symptoms and improve your mobility, posture and flexibility, enhancing your function and quality of life. Physiotherapy also helps to relieve stress and can have a very positive impact on your mental health and mood.

B2LCARE'S physiotherapists will develop a program of exercises and stretches that you can practice regularly at home, as an integral part of your self-management strategy.

Keeping a consistent exercise routine will also help control chronic pain. Regular therapeutic exercise will help you maintain the ability to move and function physically, rather than becoming disabled by your chronic pain.

Physical therapy tackles the physical side of the inflammation, stiffness, and soreness with exercise, manipulation, and massage, but it also works to help the body heal itself by encouraging the production of the body's natural pain-relieving chemicals. This two-pronged approach is what helps make physical therapy so effective as a chronic pain treatment.