Physiotherapy

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Physiotherapy is the treatment of an injury using physical treatment methods such as a massage and exercises instead of using drugs.
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Physiotherapy helps to restore movement for individuals suffering from an injury, illness or disability. They achieve this through exercise, movement, education and advice. Physiotherapy is useful if there is problems affecting:
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*Bones, joints and soft tissue (e.g. back pain, sports injuries)
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*Brain or nervous system (e.g. [[Multiple Sclerosis|Multiple Sclerosis]]) 
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*Heart and circulation (e.g. [[Heart attack|heart attack recovery]])
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*Lungs and breathing (e.g. [[Cystic Fibrosis|Cystic Fibrosis]]). 

Latest revision as of 21:16, 26 October 2017

Physiotherapy helps to restore movement for individuals suffering from an injury, illness or disability. They achieve this through exercise, movement, education and advice. Physiotherapy is useful if there is problems affecting:

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