The branch of treatment that employs physical methods to promote healing, including the use of light, infrared and ultraviolet rays, heat, electric current, massage, manipulation, and remedial exercise.
A healthcare professional trained to show how to move around and do therapeutic exercises.
therapist who treats injury or dysfunction with exercises and other physical treatments of the disorder
a highly trained healthcare professional who specializes in mobility
an autonomous professional with their own caseload of patients, working in close liaison with the multi-disciplinary team of doctors, nurses and other NHS staff
a specially trained professional who works with individuals with sensory, motor, physical or perceptual disabilities and difficulties
Physiotherapy is a professional health discipline primarily directed toward the prevention and alleviation of movement problems to promote independence for the student in their home, school and community
a professional who can help with pain control and breathing and moving exercises. Pursuing a compensation claim through our expert No Win No Fee solicitors can help you secure the funds you may need to pay for such treatment if you have suffered a personal injury for which somebody else is at fault.
A therapist who specialises in physical methods of treatment to promote healing and return to health
A specialist who often works as part of a cardiac rehabilitation team to improve mobility and general fitness. Specific exercises may also be provided to assist breathing with chest problems, mobilising joints, strengthen muscle groups etc.
A Physiotherapist specialises in motor and physical development and implements a suitable programme of exercises and equipment for your Special Needs child if required
A registered healthcare professional who works to maintain and improve the movement and function of joints and limbs.
health proffesional that specialises in the use physical methods to promote healing, including the use of heat, electric current, massage, manipulation and simple exercise.
Person who is trained to treat disease by physical methods such as manipulating joints and muscles, massage and heat treatment rather than by using drugs.
a health professional who deals with exercise, activity and physical function
(also known as the 'Physio') They visit at home and help disabled or ill people with special exercises either to improve things or at least stop something getting worse. Sometimes they assist with special breathing techniques and can advise on special care that is sometimes needed.
a health care professional who addresses the issues of gross motor skills, including standing and walking abilities; also assesses joint range and muscle strength, and provides prescription and training in the use of equipment and orthotics
Same as physical therapist (the latter term preferred for literature purposes).