What is Physical Therapy?
Physical therapy is a process of treating pain with exercise, massage, manual movement therapy, and physical manipulation. This therapy is performed by Certified Physical Therapist. This form of treatment tries to alleviate stiffness, soreness, weakness, and inflammation through focused and effective strength building.
- Decrease chronic pain
- Increase muscle strength
- Create stability of the joints
- Increase flexibility
- Help with endurance
Types of Physical Therapy
- Movement therapy
- Cold laser therapy
- Manual tissue stimulation
- Muscle and joint manipulation
- Microcurrent stimulation
- Add nutritional supplements
- Application of heat and cold compress
- Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation
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Neuropathic Pain is a nerve pain condition that affects the back and spine.