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Pain and Disability Management Council is an advanced rehabilitation clinic that creates a customized treatment plan to meet each patient’s unique medical needs including adult and children.

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Physiotherapy

To enhance the overall physical health, fitness, and quality of life of adults and children.

Types of Physiotherapy Treatments & Interventions

The types of physiotherapy treatments vary and depends on your particular muscular or skeletal condition. Often, physiotherapy treatments are specifically made for one person and may not be the same for another with the same condition. Treatments are “tailor-made” for your particular problems and goals.

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Cold Therapy or Cryotherapy

Cold therapy is effective in minimizing pain and swelling, especially in acute (immediate) injuries. It may also be used just after deep kneading massage (DKM). Examples of cold therapy are ice pack application and ice massage.

Heat Therapy

Applying heat can help improve your blood flow especially at the site of injury, thus, speeding up healing. In addition, it can help soften tight tissues and relieves pain. There are several heating modalities and devices available including

  • Hot packs
  • Paraffin wax bath
  • Infrared heat
  • Ultrasound (US)
  • Diathermy
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electrical stimulation therapy

Electrical Stimulation

Electrical stimulation is used to prevent muscle atrophy (wasting) in people with paralysis and assist in gaining some degree of muscle strength, such as after a knee surgery. In electrical stimulation, electrodes are placed on the surface of the skin, which can cause muscles to shorten.

Range of Motion (ROM) Exercises

Range of motion exercises are often prescribed to increase or maintain flexibility of your joints and to reduce stiffness. There several types of range of motion exercises often prescribed including the following:

  • Passive Range of Motion (PROM) Exercises
  • Active Assistive Range of Motion(AAROM) Exercises
  • Active Range of Motion (AROM) Exercices
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strengthening exercises

Strengthening Exercises

Certain conditions can make your muscles to become weak. Strengthening exercises is an important part of physiotherapy rehabilitation to prepare you for your return to your original performance level or highest possible function.

Soft Tissue Mobilization

Soft tissue mobilization or therapeutic massage may be a part of your physiotherapy treatment to relax your tight muscles, relieve pain and reduce swelling. Graston Technique , myofascial release , Gua sha. The following are other physiotherapy treatments.

  • Joint Mobilization
  • Gait (Walking)
  • Training / Assistive
  • Device Training
  • Postural Training
  • Ergonomic training
  • Balance Exercises
  • Traction
  • Taping
  • Bandaging
  • Fitting of Orthosis
  • Lymphatic drainage
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manual therapy

Manual Therapy

Manual therapy (sometimes called bodywork) is a general term for treatment performed mostly with the hands. The goals of manual therapy include relaxation, decreased pain, and increased flexibility. Manual pressure technique can help relax muscles, increase circulation, and ease pain in the soft tissues.

  • Performing your daily tasks safely.
  • Protecting your joints and avoiding reinjury.
  • Using assistive devices such as crutches or wheelchairs.
  • Doing home exercises designed to help with your injury or condition.
  • Making your home safe for you if you have strength, balance, or vision problems.

Special Treatment

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Vestibular Rehabilitation

Helps your inner ear respond to changes in your body position. It is helpful if you have problems with vertigo.

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Wound Care

Wounds that are very severe or don’t heal well, often because of poor blood flow to the area.

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Pelvic Health

Therapists can provide instruction in exercises to help control urinary incontinence or to relieve pelvic pain.

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Oncology

To help if cancer or treatment for cancer causes you to have problems with movement.

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Decongestive Lymphatic

Which is a special form of massage to help reduce swelling when not draining fluids from your tissues.

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Cold & Ice

To relieve pain, swelling, and inflammation from injuries and other conditions such as arthritis.

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Heat Therapy

To help relax and heal your muscles and soft tissues by increasing blood circulation.

ultrasound therapy

Ultrasound Therapy

Which uses high-pitched sound waves to ease muscle spasms and relax and warm muscles before exercise

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Electrical Stimulation

This is the use of electrical current to create an effect in the body. It can also be used to cause muscles to contract.

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Hydrotherapy

Which is a term from the past that means the use of water to treat a disease and recovery from injury.

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Physical Therapy & Chronic Health Conditions

Physical therapy can help you live more easily with chronic or ongoing health conditions such as spinal stenosis, arthritis, and Parkinson’s disease. Your physical therapist will work with you to establish your goals. Then he or she will create a program of educational, range-of-motion, strengthening, and endurance activities to meet your needs.

Physical Therapy & Significant Health Conditions of Childhood

Physical therapists also work with children who have major injuries or health conditions, such as cerebral palsy. They address the usual issues of range of motion, strength, endurance, and mobility. Also, the therapist considers the child’s special growth and developmental needs.

Treatment is often provided in the school or in a facility just for children. The way physical therapy and other services are delivered in the schools varies among the states. Talk to your child’s doctor, school, or your local health department if you think your child may qualify for evaluation or treatment services.

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Pain and Disability Management Council is an advanced rehabilitation clinic that creates a customized treatment plan to meet each patient’s unique medical needs including adult and children.

We’re Available

Monday : 10.00 AM - 10.00 PM
Tuesday : 10.00 AM - 10.00 PM
Wednesday : 10.00 AM - 10.00 PM
Thursday : 10.00 AM - 10.00 PM
Friday : 10.00 AM - 10.00 PM
Saturday : 10.00 AM - 10.00 PM
Sunday : Closed

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