What is Physiotherapy?
Who is a Physiotherapist?
In simple terms, your physiotherapist is a mechanic for the human body. A physiotherapist is a university-trained medical professional who uses natural physical approaches to promote, maintain and restore your well-being so that you can perform and enjoy your chosen sport, work or everyday activities.
A physiotherapist's university training includes a thorough study of the human body, particularly the muscle and joint system. It involves studying anatomy, neuroanatomy, physiology, psychology, medical conditions, musculoskeletal conditions, exercises prescription and electrotherapy.
Physiotherapy is a science-based methodology that is constantly evolving as new research discovers better ways to treat your body. Your physiotherapist will use their extensive knowledge of the human body and highly-trained skills to help restore your aching, stiff and dysfunctional muscles and joints back to health.
Physiotherapists at PhysioWorks are highly skilled in Sports, Musculoskeletal, Ergonomics and Spinal Injury Rehabilitation.
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