Using tools and machineries in giving therapies are no hidden techniques in the field of physiotherapy but hands are those elements of it which are needed to be the most skilled and moldable. With distinction between hands and devices is that hands can change its actions and devices cannot. With these little variations of actions of hands, diagnosis and treatment of different conditions are possible. Manual therapy is such a treatment technique that involves only the usage of hands of immensely skilled practitioners to target and force the functional and structural aspects of the body. By doing so, this therapy creates certain release in the motions and reduces in the pains of the body.
Generally manual therapy acts on two methodologies:
First, to move the affected area of the body with controlled pressure and in the direction preferred by the therapist
Second, to put measurable force onto the affected area in such a way that preferable changes occur within the anatomy of the tissue
What are the effects of manual therapy?
Our therapists at Om Physio plus Nutrition provide manual therapy with following expectations for the patient:
Decrease CRP, erythrocyte sedimentation rate and plasma viscosity
Reduced restrictions in joints
Reduced experience of joint ant muscle pains
Increase in production of epinephrine
Increment joints versatility to firm joints and scope of movement.
Further develop tissue fix.
Further developing tissue security and extensibility
Diminish delicate tissue irritation.
Diminish muscle strain.
Work with development and exercise treatment
What we treat using manual therapy
- TMJ syndrome
- Restrictions in sliding hinge joint
- Lateral epicondylitis
- Medial epicondylitis
- Greater trochanteric pain syndrome
- Femoroacetabular impingement
At Om physio Plus Nutrition, words are to be taken on face value, as we are speaking from the confidence of highly skilled physiotherapists.