Advance Physiotherapy is not just an effective treatment as basic physiotherapy rather it shows more instant results with better outcomes. It works on evidence-based practices which shows better treatment plans. Not only it includes exercises but also contains some highly advanced techniques which have shown to provide excellent results on patients with any given condition.
When the patient is suffering from a long term painful condition and doesn’t find any benefits from any prior treatments can be advised to use these advance techniques which not just helps in pain relief but also helps to improve the condition by supporting the structures, promoting the healing process, and thereby improving the whole quality of life of a person.It really does have remarkable and excellent results.
Advance physiotherapy helps in spinal alignment, postural correction, sudden pain due to facet joint locking, etc. Advanced Physiotherapy practice enables Physiotherapists to incorporate an advanced level of skills and knowledge within their physiotherapy practice.
Some of the Advance Physiotherapy techniques are:
➤ Laser Therapy : It is a non-invasive light source treatment which is one of the fastest, most effective modalities in order to treat patients with different conditions.
➤ Dry Cupping : It is one of the oldest and most effective methods of releasing toxins from body tissue and organs. In this, the therapist puts the cups on the skin which creates suction. This causes the tissue under the cup to be drawn up and swell causing an increase in blood flow to the affected area. Which further draws impurities and toxins away from the nearby tissues and organs towards the surface for elimination, relieving pain and reducing spasms, and removing toxins from the body.
➤ Kinesio Taping : It is designed to facilitate/ increase the body’s natural healing process while providing support and stability to muscles and joints without restricting the body’s motion. It not only helps in treating sports injuries but also in many musculoskeletal problems.
➤ Chiro Therapy : Manipulations (high-velocity thrust forces) are done by the therapists in order to treat the mal-alignments in a patient. The theory that applies is that proper alignment of the body’s musculoskeletal structure, particularly the spine, will help the body to heal itself without surgery or medication.
➤ Osteopathy : Osteopathy is a way of detecting, treating, and preventing health problems by moving, stretching, and massaging a person’s muscles and joints.
It gives an excellent result to the patients within less time duration when done by a certified practitioner.
➤ Dry Needling : It has shown great benefits in recent researches and clinical practices.
A needle is inserted into the muscle in order to treat the cause of the problem. It has instant effects and shows magical results.
What our Clients have to say
Frequently Asked Questions
When basic physiotherapy doesn’t give expected results for a long time or to get immediate relief from pain etc. advance physiotherapy should be opted for. It gives better results and faster recovery.
I researched my condition on the internet and found some Youtube videos that promise to eliminate my pain. Should I do these exercises?
No, is this not advisable to follow such videos as they could be quite dangerous. Without a proper assessment by a qualified doctor, one cannot know the true cause of the pain. The origin of the pain or restricted motion might be caused by something completely unrelated to the area you feel the pain or the restriction. For example, a misaligned hip can cause a sore knee, and a weak upper back can cause a sore shoulder. Youtube is an excellent resource if you plan on fixing your car or house, but it is no substitute when it comes to physiotherapy.
Presently we provide services in Delhi and nearby cities like Gurugram, Noida, Greater Noida, Faridabad, Ghaziabad, etc. Very soon we will start serving other cities. For updated locations kindly visit the locations section on our website.
No. Physiotherapy follows a scientific approach to solving health issues. While the treatment might involve a few massage-like techniques e.g. Myofascial Release Tech, these are anatomically inclined. It involves various basic and advance techniques of treatment and isn’t a massage in any manner.
Yes. We provide physiotherapy sessions on weekends, as well as sometimes the ongoing therapies, which need not have even a day’s gap to maintain the pace of recovery. Hence our physiotherapist visits on weekends as well at the time comfortable to the patient.
As with any course of treatment, the type of physiotherapy depends on the patient’s health condition. If the patient is suffering from unbearable pain, our physiotherapist may start with hot fomentation, cold compress, USG therapy, and/or electrical stimulation. If the patient can exercise without causing pain/discomfort, then manual manipulation is prescribed.
Physiotherapy shouldn’t hurt and is completely safe. Physiotherapy often activates deep tissue, and there may be some soreness after a treatment session. Stretching and deep tissue work often cause temporary soreness. It’s important to note that sometimes getting better requires some hard work.
It’s understandable that if we are in pain, we want to be cured right away. Many people seek out remedies that offer quick relief, and many people turn to medications that promise to eliminate your pain. These cures merely mask the pain and often force us into a continuous cycle of pain and drug use. Physiotherapy goes to the core underlying cause of your pain. Physiotherapy seeks a long-term solution to reducing pain naturally and permanently. However, in some cases, a physiotherapist can offer immediate relief from pain. In fact now with Advance Physiotherapy techniques, one can get relief in 1/3rd of the time taken by basic physiotherapy.
The list of ailments that our physiotherapists treat is almost endless. Here is just a small list of conditions and ailments in which physiotherapy is beneficial :
Neurological: acquired brain injuries, concussions, Parkinson’s, muscular sclerosis, spinal cord injuries, stroke survivors.
Musculoskeletal: Back, neck, shoulder, knee.
Repetitive strain: Carpal tunnel, tendinitis, patellofemoral syndrome, tennis, and golfer’s elbow.
Postoperative: Total knee replacement, total hip replacement, back surgery, heart surgery, cancer surgery.
Pediatric: Movement disorders, developmental delays, muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy.
Sports injuries: Ligament tear like ACL, MCL, knee, ankle, back, concussions, stress fracture.