All About Physiotherapy

All About Physiotherapy
  1. What is Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy is beneficial in the treatment of prenatal problems, early childhood conditions, and injuries incurred during childhood. With an emphasis on enhancing function and boosting independence, physiotherapists treat neurological, developmental, cardiorespiratory, and orthopedic disorders in youngsters up to the age of 18.

  1. How it works

Physiotherapists handle patients ranging in age from one year old babies to teenagers. They have specialized understanding of the mobility, growth, and diseases that are likely to harm the infant and growing kid. Treatment may include soft tissue massage, mobilization, stretching, and age-appropriate enjoyable activities.

  1. About our Physiotherapist team

LFL physiotherapists provide customized therapy programs for adults, children, teens, adults and seniors. Our treatment plans are designed to improve each client’s health, well-being, and abilities. Our highly developed hands-on abilities are combined with a healthy dose of humor, creativity, and fun.

  1. What is done during a Physiotherapy appointment:

Evaluate the overall development of the client utilizing our observational skills, extra precautions, and particular hands-on assessment approaches.

Determine what the client is good at, what they are struggling with, and as to why they are struggling.

Create a treatment plan with the client as well as the family (if necessary), with the goal of addressing the client’s challenges and maximizing their potential.

Since all aspects of a client’s growth are interrelated, we want to ensure that they receive a full inspection; therefore you may anticipate a lengthier consultation than other practices. The client will be examined by one of our expertized physiotherapists. We also understand that some clients require a little time to “warm up” and we don’t want to rush them. If our client takes some time to warm up, we will be able to determine their capabilities and needs better if they are pleased and engaged rather than being upset.

  1. Common conditions that are treated Physiotherapy

Paediatric physiotherapists have in-depth knowledge of numerous peadiatric neurological diseases such as:

  • Gross motor delay
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Developmental Coordination Disorder
  • Down Syndrome    


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