Physiotherapy for Chronic Pain
What are the symptoms of chronic pain?
Chronic pain can have a number of different symptoms, including:
- Persistent pain for more than three months
- Pain that interferes with daily activities
- Difficulty sleeping
How Do I Know That I Need Physiotherapy?
If you are experiencing any of the symptoms above, you may benefit from physiotherapy. It is best to speak to your doctor or physiotherapist to find out if physiotherapy is right for you.
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How can physiotherapy help?
Exercises can help to improve range of motion, flexibility, and strength. They also help to reduce chronic pain and improve function. Your physiotherapist will design an exercise program that is specific to your needs.
Exercises help you become independent in managing your chronic pain and ensure you can go longer between treatments. They help you have long periods of remission.
Manual therapy is a type of physiotherapy treatment that involves using the hands to massage, stretch and mobilize the muscles and joints. It can help to reduce chronic pain syndromes, and complex regional pain syndrome and improve function.
What can I do to help myself?
There are a number of things you can do to help manage your chronic pain. These include:
Why Should I Choose You?
At Procure physio, our team is committed to providing the highest quality of care to our patients that they deserve. We aim to provide a convenient, affordable, and effective service. We offer a free initial consultation so that you can find out more about our services and how we can help you. Contact us today through our contact page or visit us at our nearest location to book your appointment with us.
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Frequently Asked Questions
The cost of physiotherapy depends on a number of factors, including the type of treatment, the number of sessions and the length of each session. Your physiotherapist will discuss the cost of your treatment with you during your initial consultation.
The frequency and duration of your treatment will depend on the nature and severity of your pain. For most chronic issues, treatment is less frequent, yet may go on for a longer time.
You should bring any relevant medical information, such as x-rays or MRI scans. You should also bring the list of medications which you are taking, if any.
Your initial consultation will be a little longer than your subsequent appointments as the therapist will ask you some questions in order to make a tailored treatment plan for you. Initial consultations usually last for 60 minutes. Subsequent appointments usually last for 30-45 minutes.