Physiotheraphy; It deals with all human movements and the structure of the skeletal musculature. It is one of the treatment methods for those who have back, waist and neck pain, and those who have spine problems.
We collect our physical therapy methods under 4 main headings.
1. Range of Motion exercises (ROM exercises)
It is very important to restore the range of motions after orthopedic treatments or after joint surgery. Movements that were previously passively assisted are developed over time to active and resistant exercises. It is very important that this treatment is regular and persistent in the presence of a physiotherapist. Otherwise, permanent disabilities and limitation of movement may develop.
2. Muscle Strength and Balance:
Even if the joint range of motion is full, it is very important that the muscle power that creates the movement is at a certain level. Muscle atrophy and weakness negatively affect returning to daily life after orthopedic treatment. We practice these types of exercises gradually by following certain programs in the company of a physiotherapist.
3. Walking Exercises
Gait disturbances can occur for a variety of reasons. It is applied when normal walking is required after orthopedic knee disorders or treatments.
Gait analysis is a special test that makes it easy for us to find the cause of gait disorders and to treat the cause.
4. Return to Sports and Athlete Support Exercises
Although the joint width is provided after orthopedic treatment, it is not enough for athletes to bring muscle strength to daily life level. Special training programs for returning to sports are carried out in the company of a physical therapy-sport physician and physiotherapist.