Physiotherapy For Spinal Cord Injury
People with spinal cord injury can also receive regular support during the rehabilitation phase. A professional physiotherapist can help you recover from your spinal cord injuries by helping you regain mobility and suggesting exercises that strengthen your muscles.
Many different types of physiotherapy that a paraplegic or quadriplegic patient can undertake during physiotherapy.
A physiotherapist will assess the functioning of a spinal cord injury and help patients achieve realistic recovery goals. We will develop an individual training program and focus on maintaining tissue capacity, increasing muscle strength, maximizing potential, and promoting independence.
Gait training, strengthening, and balance exercises were also part of the rehabilitation program, as were physiotherapy and occupational therapy. Physio can include stretching exercises to maintain tendon and muscle length and reduce muscle spasms.
Studies have shown that hydrotherapy improves mobility and quality of life, reduces spasticity and pain, and promotes overall recovery from spinal cord injuries.
Depending on age, gender, physical activity, and severity of the injury, different physiotherapy forms may be ideal for you. It could include physical therapy for various types of damages, such as a broken leg, stroke or traumatic brain injury (TBI), and other injuries.
Incomplete spinal cord injuries are becoming more common, and patients who suffer spinal cord injuries do not experience functional improvements. While passive moments can help stretch muscles, physiotherapy can also help patients with spinal cord injuries with spasmodic muscles.
The BestphysiotherapyZ coordinates the long-term rehabilitation process with the help of a team of specialists from neurology, neurosurgery, orthopedics, psychology, neuroscience, psychiatry, and other medical fields.
We help improve the quality of life of people with spinal cord injuries and their families, limit the risk of further damage to the spinal cord tendons, and manage pain so that they can return to their everyday daily lives.