Physiotherapy refers to a science profession that helps people affected by disability or illness through movement or exercise, education, advice and manual therapy as alternatives to the use of drugs to manage pain and prevent disease. Physiotherapy is a very important part of a patient’s rehabilitation from a disastrous situation that led to damage and injury of body parts since the patient can learn to move the affected parts to remove stiffness and unnecessary pains on the injured parts so as to help in regaining physical fitness and full healing without having to use complicated drugs and treatments that may lead to loss of recovery hope for a patient. During the physiotherapy sessions, it is always important that a professional doctor or nurse to help in guiding the patient on the different physical exercises so as to ensure that they do not get hurt by overdoing the exercises or in case they get stiff and need help to get to a comfortable place and relax before continuing with other exercises as prescribed by a doctor. Physiotherapy is very beneficial in many ways including helping to deal with back pains or sudden injuries, managing long-terms medical conditions such as asthma and preparation for sporting events or child birth since a person gets to learn how to relax which can also be applied at stressful and tiresome events at a later time. The conditions that can be treated by the use of physiotherapy exercise are very many, and they include fractures such as broken arm, post-surgical rehabilitation for example after a knee replacement and treatment of severe headaches. People who are recovering from conditions that happened to them and lead to mental and physical damage can be helped to regain their normal mental and physical well-being by undergoing physiological treatment which will ensure that steadily adapt to their environment and return to normalcy again.
Physiotherapy exercises include stretching exercises which help to lengthen the body muscles and if done on a regular basis, they help to make the muscles even more flexible and hence make them have a full range of movements about the joints, which can be done as a warm-up activity in preparation for a sport or an even more tiresome exercise. The use of physiotherapy instrument mobilization involves some tools that are designed to mobilise, relax and keep spinal and other joints but they are used by special trained physiotherapists only. Physiotherapy can also be applied by use of neurodynamics exercises that involve nerve stretches which correct problems such as back pains, shoulder pains and neck pains to help in treating nerve tensions so that these nerves can be able to move freely.