Physiotherapy

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  • Physiotherapy – What Is It And What can it do for you.

Physiotherapy treatment goals are to restore, maintain, and optimize a patient’s mobility, function, and well-being through physical rehabilitation, injury prevention, and health and fitness.
PT aims to get you not only back into peak physical condition, but peak psychological, emotional, and social condition as well.
Physiotherapy helps to identify, diagnose, and treat the problems that cause generalized pain and limited mobility in the muscles and joints.
Physiotherapy involves therapies designed to:

  • Improve Mobility

  • Decrease inflammation

  • Relieve or prevent pain

  • Rehabilitate after Injuries, accidents, surgeries after giving birth

  • Prevent disability or surgery

People of all ages benefit from PT. It can treat a variety of health problems and aims to ease pain, help you function, move, and live better.

Give us a call at +1 (480) 585-5577 or send us an email to learn more about our services or to book a free consultation.

  • What’s the difference between physical therapy and physiotherapy?

In general, physical therapy and physiotherapy are interchangeable terms. Physical therapy is the more commonly used term in the United States. Physical therapists use the term “PT” interchangeably for both the therapy and their job title. If you visit a physical therapist or physiotherapist, you may notice some minor differences in preferred techniques and training, such as:

  • The goal of physical therapy is to assist people in recovering from injuries. Physiotherapy is concerned with post-operative care.

  • All physical therapists have a three-year degree. Physiotherapists all have a four-year education.

  • Physical therapy employs more hands-on techniques, exercise, and functional medicine. Electrical modalities such as ultrasound, laser, interferential therapy, TENS (transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation), and dry needling are more commonly used by physiotherapists.

  • What can physiotherapy treat?

On top of our bulk of modalities, our patients at Arizona Chiropractic & Holistic Health are taught exercises that strengthen and stabilize specific muscle groups. These exercises are tailored to each individual and are specifically designed to address their specific issues.

PT can treat a wide range of conditions, including but not limited to:

  • Ankle and foot pain

  • Knee pain

  • Arm and hand pain

  • Elbow Pain

  • Bulging discs, Herniated, or Degenerated Discs

  • Carpal Tunnel syndrome

  • Wrist Pain

  • Fibromyalgia

  • Headaches

  • Migraines

  • Joint pain and Arthritis

  • Lower Back Pain and back spasms

  • Tendon pain and Muscle spasms

  • Neck Pain

  • Numbness and tingling

  • Personal Injury like car accidents

  • Pinched Nerves

  • Sciatica

  • Scoliosis

  • Shoulder Pain

  • Frozen Shoulder

  • Sports Injuries

  • Temporomandibular (TMJ) Disorders

  • Whiplash

  • Physiotherapies available in Our Arizona Clinic

Arizona Chiropractic & Holistic Health Center offers a number of modalities to supplement and enhance the healing effects of chiropractic care:

Call Arizona Chiropractic & Holistic Health Clinic today for more information on the techniques and therapies we provide, or to take advantage of our free consultation for new patients.

  • Physiotherapies available in Our Arizona Clinic

Arizona Chiropractic & Holistic Health Center offers a number of modalities to supplement and enhance the healing effects of chiropractic care:

Call Arizona Chiropractic & Holistic Health Clinic today for more information on the techniques and therapies we provide, or to take advantage of our free consultation for new patients.

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