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Many different conditions can be successfully treated by physiotherapy. Please click on the diagram below for information on common conditions we treat and how physical therapy can help you.

  • Neck Pain
  • Post Surgical Rehabilitation
  • Arthritis and Stenosis
  • Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction
  • Vertigo and Dizziness
  • Herniated or Bulging Disc
  • Forward Head Posture

Neck Pain can be caused from any injury, prolonged poor posture like sitting in a computer or in front of TV for long time, change in alignment, weakness of muscles and instability. These all irritates the structures of the neck and can even impinge On the nerves exciting the neck , Or the central canal protecting the spinal cord. Thus Neck requires good alignment, proper movement, Strength and stability to work correctly.

How Physical Therapy helps :-

As a experienced physical therapist I’ll perform a thorough evaluation of your neck to determine range of motion, strength, posture and alignment . Sometimes where the pain is occurring, it is not the source of the problem. After detailed evaluation, I’ll be able to plan a customized treatment procedure as per the patient need.

With the help of new age physiotherapy the pain can be relieved, restore movement and strength and get you back to normal activities quickly without pain.

The procedures may include –

  • Modern hands on techniques
  • McKenzie exercises programme
  • Dry needling
  • Advanced Electro therapy
  • Postural correction

Many different types of surgeries performed in neck that are necessary for stabilising the neck or cervical spine. Common surgeries includes

  • cervical fusion
  • discectomy
  • fracture stabilisation

After surgery, during the rehabilitation period, I’ll maintain a close communication with your surgeon and will follow a specific protocol of rehabilitation that reduces pain quickly, improves range of motion, increases strength, minimises swelling and return you to activities as soon as possible.

The procedures may include –

  • Educate patient how to protect the surgical area
  • After reducing pain and swelling, start strengthening off the surgical site.
  • Increase range of motion
  • Stability and balance of affected muscle groups.

Normal wear and tear of our neck joints in daily life can lead to Bony changes or Bony erosion. This condition is arthritis. Arthritic condition along with poor posture causes spurs Off bone that can rob and irritate the surrounding tissues and causes chronic pain, stiffness and decrease range of motion with turning their head and looking up.

When these spurs protrude in the holes on the side of the neck where the nerves exit out(foramen), Or the central spinal cord canal, this is called spinal stenosis. It can cause chronic pain, numbness, and tingling sensation into the arms.

How physiotherapy treatment helps

During physiotherapy treatment, as an expert physiotherapist I’ll assess your range of motion, joint mobility, strength and posture. After detailed assessment, will plan for a customized treatment plan which may involve some of New age techniques like

  • Internationally acclaimed McKenzie techniques
  • Dry needling
  • Modern hands on techniques
  • Postural correction
  • education of patient about postural awareness
  • class 4 laser therapy
  • modern electrotherapy etc.

My aim is to work hard to restore your natural movement, eliminate pain and get you back to enjoy your normal painful activities as soon as possible.

Talk to me 8585896151/9735385456 or you can come to clinic today for an effective physiotherapy management.

This is the joint where jaw bone attaches to the skull. It moves thousands of times a day with talking, eating and every time you move your jaw. The joint has a disc or fluid filled sac within it and has many ligaments and muscles attached.

Due to poor posture and alignment and positioning of neck and head, some abnormal muscle pulls can lead to altered movement of this joint and also causing acute pain.

How physiotherapy treatment helps

During physiotherapy, a detail evaluation will be done for poor alignment of joint and function to detect the exact cause of temporomandibular joint dysfunction and will restore it by applying some modern techniques which may include-

  • Appropriate manual therapy
  • Advanced class 4 laser therapy
  • Electrotherapy modalities as per need
  • Exercises guidance to prevent further any dysfunction.

Vertigo is the feeling that the environment around you is spinning in circles. It can make you feel dizzy and off balance.

While both dizziness and Vertigo are considered balance problems, the two symptoms are different. Dizziness is an overall feeling of being unbalanced. With Vertigo, you have a sensation that you are moving or that your surroundings are spinning.

Vertigo can be caused by different underlying diseases and can occur due to calcium crystals that form in the inner ear labyrinth kennel that gives feedback about balance to your brain.

Dizziness can occur due to less mobility of the neck joints and muscles. This lack of mobility causes blockage of major arteries which supplied the back portion of the brain that control balance.

With both the symptoms, patient faces difficulty in moving around for their daily life activities.

How physiotherapy treatment helps

After thorough examination of your balance, visual movements, positioning of head, neck mobility, vestibular system, I will be able to diagnose the exact cause of your dizziness or Vertigo and plan for a customized treatment procedure which may include-

  • Neck mobility exercises
  • balance exercises
  • vestibular exercises to settle calcium deposition in the inner ear and improve your balance system.

An effective and perfect treatment procedure will help you to get back your normal activities off daily life very soon.

A disc in Spine is a jellylike fleet filled SAC that acts as a cushion between the bones of spine or vertebra.

Discs shows signs of wear and tear with age. Overtime, discs dehydrate and their cartilage stiffens. In adults The centre of disc is held in place by many rings. With minor or major injuries, poor posture and strain, these rings can damage allowing a pressure outward of disc centre. Does the disc can begin to bulge, which irritate not roots exiting your spine.

A herniated disc, on the other hand, results when a crack in the outer layer of disc allows some of the softer inner cartilage to protrude out of the disc.

It causes further presses into the space where nerves are exiting. Compared with a bulging disc, a herniated disc is more likely to cause symptoms which include –

  • Localised pen
  • numbness or tingling throughout the arm, solder and hands
  • lack of sensation
  • muscle weakness
  • even paralyses of upper extremity.

How physical therapy treatment helps-

During physiotherapy, first need to determine the affected area by assessing the medical history, testing, X-ray etc. As an expert, I will do your physical assessment in detail about muscle conditions, sensation, strength, mobility etc. After that plan a customized treatment plan as per your need which may include –

  • some advanced manual therapy
  • McKenzie exercises
  • Class four laser therapy if needed
  • neck relaxation technique
  • Muscle strengthening exercises
  • Neck Mobility exercises
  • postural correction
  • Education and awareness of patient

also, after completion of treatment you will be given some home exercise programme to maintain good posture and reduce the risk of future episodes.

You can consult with me on 8585896151/9735385456 or come directly to the clinic for a successful management of your problem.

It is a common condition nowadays, where your head is positioned with your ears in front of your bodies vertical mid line. It is caused due to prolonged sitting, poor posture, working at a computer for long hours, watching mobile for long time etc. Overtime, the normal curvature of spine altered, muscles in the neck become weak. This can lead to variety of symptoms like neck pain, stiffness, headaches and even local nerve impingement.

We physiotherapist work to improve your posture to reduce strain on your neck joints. The techniques may include-

  • postural correction exercises
  • advanced dry needling to relax muscles of neck
  • strengthening exercises for neck
  • McKenzie techniques
  • Strengthening exercises for neck
  • manual therapy etc. To get back your normal posture.

Take appointment in my clinic or consult with me by phone 8585896151/9735385456 today to discover how I can effectively treat or manage your problem.