Physiotherapy – Non-Surgical / Drug-Free Treatment

Physiotherapy is medical treatment for the problems of joints, muscles or nerves by physical methods such as massage, heat treatment, exercise rather than by drugs or surgery. Different methods such as interferential therapy, ultrasonic, short wave diathermy, wax therapy, and muscle strengthening exercises are performed by physiotherapists to reduce the pain or to regain the mobility. physiotherapy has evolved as a very useful treatment to cure many diseases, pain and other health related issues since very long. Proper physiotherapy can help a patient to recover without taking medicines or undergoing some painful surgery.

Different types of physiotherapy Techniques

  • Joint mobilization (gentle gliding) techniques
  • Joint manipulation
  • Physiotherapy Instrument Mobilization (PIM).
  • Minimal Energy Techniques (METs),
  • Muscle stretching
  • Neurodynamics
  • Massage and soft tissue techniques

Other Techniques

  • Physiotherapy Taping
  • Acupuncture and Dry Needling
  • Physiotherapy Exercises
  • Biomechanical Analysis
  • Sports Physiotherapy

In India Physiotherapy treatment has traditionally been used for rehabilitation of patients from Stroke, Surgery and spine related issues. With positive results, more people are now opting for non-surgical / drug free treatment of multiple health issues. Although demand for Physiotherapy in Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkatta , Chennai and other major cities is much higher, but in rest of the country as well there is huge scope for physiotherapy.

Physiotherapy at home / Home care physiotherapy

Physiotherapy at home service may be an option even though people don’t know about it. Home physiotherapy occurs when a physiotherapist come to your home to render the rehabilitation services. This may include manual therapy or equipments like IFT, Ultrasound may be used as well. The portable equipments are carried by physiotherapist to provide treatment as per the patient’s requirement.

Most of the people think that Home physiotherapy is only for those individuals who cannot get out of bed. The actual reality is that home physiotherapy can help people in different situations such as those who are:

  • Having acute or severe condition and  leaving home could cause their health to worsen
  • The functional mobility of the patient is limited and cannot travel to see a physiotherapist.
  • Lack of transportation or access to transportation.
  • Suffering from Vertigo.
  • Aged Patient.

Though, a person who simply desires a private physiotherapy session can also avail the facility of home physiotherapy.

Home Physiotherapy is mostly delivered through local nearby Physiotherapists / Physiotherapy Clinics. In recent times some companies have had significant success in ensuring quality service for physiotherapy at home service, but these are currently limited to providing physiotherapy in big cities ( Bangalore , Mumbai, Delhi , Chennai etc. )

How Home physiotherapy helps:

  • A physiotherapist will visit your home for the treatment thus you don’t have to leave your comfort zone.
  • Home physiotherapy helps you to recover in Comfortable and Familiar Surroundings.
  • For regular physiotherapy requirements it is advisable to choose a physiotherapist near your location ( Search physiotherapist near me in google to get the list)
  • If you are advised by your Doctor to avoid travel then home physiotherapy is the best option for you.
  • A physiotherapist can teach some normal exercises to one of your family members so that they can also help you to do certain exercises.
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Physiotherapy Treatment for Vertigo


Vertigo is a common problem that affects a large number of people every year. And although it isn’t a life-threatening issue, it can affect the quality of life. Vertigo attacks leave a person feeling a sense of spinning or whirling. Simple movement of the head and body just make the symptoms worse.

Symptoms of Vertigo

Vertigo is often activated by moving your head. People with vertigo typically describe it as feeling like they are:

  • Tilting
  • Whirling
  • Unbalanced
  • Swaying
  • Pulled to one direction
  • Spinning

Other symptoms that may accompany vertigo include:

  • Sweating
  • Vomiting
  • Abnormal or jerking eye movements
  • Headache
  • Feeling nauseated
  • Ringing in the ears or hearing loss

How Physiotherapy helps Vertigo Patients:

A professional physiotherapist can be very helpful to deal with Vertigo and issues associated with it. The main advantages of physical therapy for the treatment of Vertigo are as follows:

  • A physiotherapist will first assess your problem and see how mild or severe your case of vertigo is. This is the first step, and it lays the foundation for the rest of your treatment plan. Simply adopting one of the maneuver techniques yourself can do you more harm than good, and so a visit to the physical therapist can help you get your treatment running the right way, and keep it on course.
  • Once the symptoms have been evaluated, the physiotherapist will suggest the exercises and treatment that can reduce the intensity of the vertigo attacks, or in some cases, eliminate them entirely. Physiotherapist may set an exercise routine to follow depending upon the individual needs.
  • Regular checks will be done to evaluate if there is any reduction in the symptoms of vertigo. Regular evaluation helps the progress, and can also help to determine the effectiveness of the exercises that your therapist has advised to do. Depending on the results, you may be advised to continue, change, or stop your exercise routine.


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