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Physiotherapist in a Rehabilitation Team

Back Pain

Physiotherapy is governed internationally by World Physiotherapy, this shows that the profession is responsible for achieving the profession’s scope of practice and defining the roles of physiotherapists in sector 52 Noida, with National Physiotherapy Associations. Physiotherapy is an autonomous profession and it can be operated as members of health service provider or rehabilitation teams or as independent practitioners.

Where Physiotherapists Work

Physiotherapists work in a wide range of public, private and voluntary sector settings;

  • Hospitals: In outpatients, on medical and surgical wards and in specialized units;
  • Community and Primary Care Health Centers: In health centers or visiting people in their homes, assessing and treating a wide variety of muscle, joint and ligament problems and women’s health, neurological, respiratory conditions and many more;
  • Schools: Helping children achieve their full potential;
  • Workplace: Providing assessments, pre-employment screening, risk management and educating workers in correct techniques;
  • Private Practice: Assessing and treating a wide variety of muscle, joint and ligament problems and many more.

Knowledge and Skills

After professional training, best physiotherapy clinics in Noida sector 52 should have the knowledge, skills and judgment to provide services for musculoskeletal and orthopedic function, neurological, respiratory, cardiovascular, sexual, visual, vestibular function, and prescription of assistive devices to optimize function.

Physiotherapists use their professional knowledge and practical skills, together with thinking skills and skills for interaction to identify what is limiting an individual’s movement.

Assessment and Identification

The examination with actual or potential impairments, activity limitations, or participation restrictions by using specific tests and measures. Physiotherapists are required to:

  • Undertake a comprehensive assessment of the patient
  • Evaluate the findings from the assessment to make clinical judgments
  • Implement a physical therapist treatment program and education in agreement
  • Evaluate and re-evaluate the outcomes of any treatments
  • Make recommendations for self-management
  • Collaborate with health professionals and other key stakeholders
  • Formulate a diagnosis
  • Provide consultation within their expertise

Intervention and Treatment

Intervention and treatment is aimed to prevent impairments, activity limitations, participatory restrictions, disability and injury. The physiotherapist determines the interventions and manages the needs of the individual as per the examination, evaluation, diagnosis, plan, goals and outcomes of the planned interventions. Intervention is implemented and modified to reach agreed goals and interventions may include:

  • Education
  • Therapeutic Exercise
  • Functional training
  • Manual therapy techniques
  • Prescription, application, and fabrication of devices/equipment
  • Airway Clearance Techniques
  • Breathing Techniques
  • Integumentary repair and protection techniques
  • Electrotherapeutic modalities
  • Physical agents and mechanical modalities