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Physiotherapy Information And Areas


Physiotherapy Information And Areas

Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation

What is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy is a discipline of Health that offers an alternative non-pharmacological treatment, in many cases, helps to alleviate the symptoms of many ailments, both acute and chronic.

Physiotherapy is often associated with physical therapists or massage, but its array of therapeutic techniques is much wider.

Who is the therapist?

The Physiotherapist is a health professional university. Their powers are set out in the Law on Management of Health Professions. The qualification is ostentatious of Diploma in Physiotherapy (3 years). Under the new rules, fitness to the European, will be the bachelor’s degree in Physiotherapy (four years).

As a professional in their training college is guaranteed by an official title, with the assurance of content and hours of mandatory practice that entails (some 2300 hours of training at present is about 4000 become the new bachelor’s degree in Physical Therapy) .

Following his studies, his training is enriched with continuous training in innovative techniques and methods provided under the guarantee that gives you belong to the scientific community.

The therapist can offer multiple solutions to health problems, while ensuring security, reliability and efficiency.

Areas of Physical Therapy

Many of the successes of medicine in practice, in hospitals and in rehabilitation are not possible without the physiotherapy. Priorities include the treatment of pain and removal of functional deficits. This is not always just about the musculoskeletal system – although the diseases prevalent because of the age structure of population of course – even nervous, cardiovascular, metabolic or respiratory disorders are physical therapy to influence prices.

And what is often forgotten: Physiotherapy is not just a means to restore or heal. It is also particularly true for once-recognized risk or vulnerability to be proactive. Extend back to disorder of body function that must be made irreversible, the physiotherapy management processes set in motion.

Consequently, the three areas of physical therapy are in the:

Prevention: (prevention) prevention of the emergence of diseases (so-called primary or Erstprävention) or the prevention of recurrence of a similar disease (so-called second or secondary prevention).

Therapy (treatment) early and long-term treatment of acute and chronic illnesses, support to other treatment measures for acute illnesses. Improve the quality of life in older age.

Rehabilitation: Measures to restore capabilities that enable it to participate in spite of physical impairments in daily life. Reduce or offset of loss of function, quality of life etc.