Pain Relief Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy For Pain Relief

Pain is an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience and may be because of actual or potential tissue damage.

Basic Types of Pain and Structures involved are:

How do we treat Pain?
We focus on decreasing pain by passive or active therapy. 
Examples of passive physical therapy include:

Examples of active physical therapy include:

Chronic Pain

Chronic Pain is an example of this complex pain experience. Chronic pain is pain that persists for more than 3 months, with no identifiable cause of pain or response to treatment or medications.

Affecting adults and children, it may arise from tissue damage or inflammation or cause no detection.

It may affect a particular body area (eg complex regional pain syndrome, low back pain (LBP), pelvic pain) or may be widespread (eg fibromyalgia). 

Chronic pain is a complex condition with physical, social and psychological components, which can lead to disability, loss of independence, and poor quality of life.

Persistent and unresolved pain often results in:-

Management of chronic pain
We follow multi-disciplinary bio-psychological-social approach for chronic pain:

we work together with chronic pain patients to treat chronic pain and restore their physical activity as much as possible