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Exercise TherapyTherapeutic exercises refer to a wide range of physical activities that focuses on restoring and maintaining strength, endurance, flexibility, stability, and balance. The goal of therapeutic exercises is to return an injured patient to a fully functioning, pain-free state.A physical therapist begins by conducting a thorough evaluation of an individual's physical capabilities through both a medical history and physical assessment. The physical therapist then uses his/her knowledge to shape a treatment care plan containing a slowly-progressing exercise program that is appropriate to each individual's needs. The physical therapist monitors progress, assists with some physical movements, and continuously modifies the plan as the client recovers.The first objective of therapeutic exercise is to help the body reduce pain and inflammation. Once this is achieved, the exercise program focuses on regaining range of motion and rebuilding muscle strength and endurance. Exercises that may be included in a therapeutic program include:Strengthening Exercises: Strengthening Exercises are usually performed with heavy resistance and fewer repetitions.Endurance Exercises: Endurance Exercises are the exercises that engage large muscle groups over a longer period of time.Flexibility Exercises: Flexibility Exercises are achieved through stretching and movement.Balance and Coordination Exercises: Balance and Coordination Exercises are that focus on maintaining an individual's center of gravity.

Manual TherapyThe three most notable forms of manual therapy are manipulation, mobilization and massage. Manipulation is the artful introduction of a rapid rotational, sheer or distraction force into an articulation. The goals of manual therapy include relaxation, decreased pain, and increased flexibility. The term “manual therapy” refers to hands-on treatment of muscles, tendons, ligaments, and joints. Patients respond positively to hands-on work when combined with exercise and education. This leads to faster recovery and less out-of-pocket expenses.Approaches:- MULLIGAN APPROACHES MAITLAND APPROACHES BUTLERS NEURAL MOBILISATIONS MASSAGE THERAPIES

Kinesio Taping TherapyKinesiology tape is a thin, stretchy, elastic cotton strip with an acrylic adhesive. Therapeutic kinesiology tape can benefit a wide variety of musculoskeletal and sports injuries, plus inflammatory conditions.Kinesiology tape is almost identical to human skin in both thickness and elasticity, which allows Kinesio tape to be worn without binding, constricting or restriction of your movement.Kinesiology tape is that is used for treating athletic injuries and a variety of physical disorders. For the first decade after its introduction practitioners in Japan were the main users of the therapeutic kinesiology tape. By 1988 the tape had been adopted by Japanese Olympic and professional athletes before spreading across the world.You would have noticed that most professional athletes use kinesiology taping improve their sporting performance, prevent injury and allow them to return to sport quicker. Healthy skeletal muscles are essential to keeping you moving at your best. A strained or injured muscle or tendon can make you feel slower or weaker than normal. If you're an athlete or work in a profession that requires physical labor, keeping your body free of tension and pain is essential for peak performance. Today, innovative devices and techniques to help protect and treat your muscles, tendons and joints have come out of research in kinesiology, the science behind muscular and skeletal movement.What are the Benefits of Kinesiology Taping? Kinesiology Tape Kinesiology tape has a comprehensive array of therapeutic benefits. Because it can be left on for up to 5 days, these therapeutic benefits are available to the injured area 24 hours a day, significantly accelerating the healing process from trauma, injuries and inflammatory conditions.1. Pain Relief Kinesiology taping relieves pain through both physical and neurological mechanisms. The lifting action of the tape relieves pressure on pain receptors directly under the skin, allowing for quick relief from acute injuries. Chronic pain is affected through sensory stimulation of other types of nerve fibers. This is especially effective for pain that persists after an injury has healed or for pain that is out of proportion to the severity of an injury.2. Reduced Swelling, Inflammation and Bruising Reduced pressure on the lymphatic drainage channels enhances the removal of fluids and other materials that collect in an injured area. This applies not only to sports injuries, but to other inflammatory conditions, including the extreme swelling of lymphodema.3. Prevention or Relief from Spasms and Cramping Enhanced circulation is to working muscles helps deliver oxygen and nutrients at the cellular level as well as accelerate the removal of waste products. Both of these mechanisms can help prevent or relieve spasms and cramps in overused or injured muscles.4. Speedier Recovery of Overused Muscles Fatigued, overused muscles contain byproducts of exercise (such as lactic acid) that contribute to pain and stiffness and limit the ability to continue exercising. When kinesiology tape is used over these areas, enhanced removal of these byproducts allows for more rapid recovery. This could translate into improved performance in endurance events or more complete recovery between repetitive, high intensity events.5. Structural Support for Weak or Injured Body Parts The unique elastic properties of kinesiology tape allow it to provide support to an injured muscle or joint, discouraging harmful movements while still allowing a safe, healthy range of motion.6. Enhanced Strength and Muscle Tone in Weak or Injured Muscles Loss of strength or muscle tone can result from pain, injury or a variety of neurological or muscular disorders. In these situations, the weakness can interfere with the ability to do the exercises that are critical to recovery or improving daily functioning. Kinesiology tape not only provides support to these areas, but it can also improve neurological muscle activation, allowing therapeutic exercises to be carried out more effectively. One of the major uses in this category is with infants and young children with hypotonic, poor muscle tone that limits their ability to learn to sit up crawl, etc.7. Allows Athletes to Remain Active while Injured This is one of the most important benefits of kinesiology tape for competitive athletes. Injuries can be taped to relieve pain, minimize inflammation and provide support for injured structures, without compromising a healthy range of motion. Except in the case of severe injuries, this can allow athletes to continue training and/or competing as their injuries heal.

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