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Physiotherapy, also known as physical therapy in some regions, is a healthcare profession that focuses on promoting, restoring, and maintaining physical function and mobility. Physiotherapists, or physical therapists, work with individuals of all ages who may have medical conditions, illnesses, or injuries that limit their ability to move and perform functional activities. The goal of physiotherapy is to help individuals achieve optimal physical functioning and improve their overall quality of life.
All our Physiotherapists have specialist experience in supporting adults or children who have an acquired brain injury or other complex neurological needs. We work closely with case managers, families, caregivers, and other healthcare professionals (MDT’s) to provide comprehensive care. Physiotherapy is a client-centered profession, and therapists work collaboratively with individuals and MDT’s to set goals and achieve meaningful outcomes that improve overall well-being and quality of life.
When working with brain injury clients, all our therapists have three to five years’ experience and work as part of a team, carrying out joint visits and goals alongside other professionals as well as being able to feedback and speak confidently in MDT meetings.
Physiotherapy is applicable to a wide range of conditions, including orthopedic and musculoskeletal disorders, neurological conditions, cardiovascular and respiratory issues, and sports injuries. It is commonly utilized in various settings such as hospitals, rehabilitation centers, private clinics, and sports facilities.
Physiotherapists collaborate with other healthcare professionals to provide comprehensive care and often work as part of a multidisciplinary team. They may also focus on specific areas within physiotherapy, such as pediatric physiotherapy, geriatric physiotherapy, or sports physiotherapy, depending on their training and interests. Overall, the aim of physiotherapy is to optimize physical function, enhance mobility, and improve the overall well-being of individuals.