By definition, Physiotherapy can be explained as Science-based practice which helps in restoring normal pain-free movement and function of muscles, joints, and other soft tissues. Our team of highly skilled Physiotherapists simplifies the process for you. After a comprehensive assessment, we will provide you with an accurate diagnosis of what is contributing to your pain or injury.
Our approach to treatment is a combination of proven evidence-based modern treatment techniques as appropriate. We also use other movement-based therapies and muscle strengthening using modern equipment and exercise programs to help in your recovery. Our belief is to ensure your best possible and fastest recovery while limiting any complication or recurrence.
At Scona Sports & Physiotherapy, we understand that illnesses and injuries can strike anyone at any time. Therefore, we are committed to supporting you and ensuring that you are well protected, by providing you with effective, result-oriented physiotherapy treatment.
Physiotherapists use their knowledge and skills to improve a range of health conditions that include problems affecting the:
Brain or Nervous System: This includes movement problems that result from a stroke, Parkinson’s disease, or multiple sclerosis (MS).
Bones, Joints, and Soft Tissues: This includes conditions such as back pain, shoulder pain, neck pain, and sports injuries.
Lungs and Breathing: This includes chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and cystic fibrosis.
To help you cope with the discomfort, we offer you physiotherapy treatments that are aimed at:
Prevention: It can prevent you from any disease, disability, or injury.
Promotion: It helps promote physical activity, optimal mobility, and the overall health and wellness of a patient.
Rehabilitation: It helps in the rehabilitation after recovering from injuries and the effects of diseases and disabilities with the help of therapeutic exercise programs and other inventions.
Management: It helps manage acute and chronic conditions and activity limitations and restricts participation.