Orthopaedic Physiotherapy

This is a branch of physiotherapy that deals with the physiotherapy-assisted treatment of injuries or disorders of the skeletal system, associated muscles, joints and ligaments. Orthopaedic Physiotherapist in Gurgaon follows the Evidence-Based Guidelines. Initially, the physiotherapists perform a clinical examination, which is followed by appropriate physical therapy treatment. It is always important to get to the root of the problem and prevent it from happening again. The goal of the orthopaedic physiotherapist is to provide pain relief, increase joint width, improve strength and flexibility and restore the patient to full function. All Orthopaedic conditions are treated by Dr Neetu Rathi, the best orthopaedic physiotherapist in Gurgaon:

Orthopaedic Physiotherapist in gurgaon

  If you are searching for an Orthopaedic physiotherapist in Gurgaon then your search stops at Dr Neetu Rathi’s Rid Of Pain Physiotherapy Clinic.  

  • Osteo-Arthritis
    • Surgical Rehabilitation of Shoulder, Hip, Knee and Foot/Ankle

What’s orthopaedic physical therapy?                                      

Orthopaedic physical therapy involves the care of your entire musculoskeletal system, which includes:

  • bones
  • muscles
  • ligaments and tendons
  • joints
  • connective tissue

A PT who specializes in orthopaedics can evaluate your condition and diagnose the issue or condition you have. This will include:

  • determining the appropriate movement diagnosis
  • creating a tailored treatment plan
  • administering therapeutic care
  • educating patients about how to manage their present injury or condition to prevent further injury

Rehabilitation after surgery          

After surgery, physical therapy can help reduce pain, improve your mobility, improve your range of motion, and prevent excessive red tissue accumulation.

Additionally, Ortho Physiotherapy also helps patients to regain their balance, strength, and mobility.

Patients often work with orthopaedic PTs after surgeries such as:

 Types of treatments are used:                             

  • Hot/cold therapy
  • Exercise therapy
  • E-stim (TENS or NMES)
  • Traction
  • Hydrotherapy
  • Soft tissue manipulation
  • Joint mobilization
  • Dry needling