A physiotherapist is a university educated health professional and a recognized member of your health care team.Physiotherapists work in many areas including: cardio-respiratory, orthopedics, neurology, pediatrics, women’s health, seniors’ health, and sports.
Many people may be of the opinion that physiotherapists mainly work with back and sports related injuries, but they would be very mistaken. Physiotherapists are highly trained health professionals who provide treatment for people suffering from physical problems arising from injury, disease, illness and ageing. Their aim is to improve a person's quality of life by using a variety of treatments and helping people come back from illness and chronic disease, injury, industrial and motor vehicle accidents and age related conditions. Physiotherapists also play an important role in health promotion and disease prevention.
Psychotherapy is a process by which we examine your thoughts, feelings, actions and relationships. With the assistance of a skilled Psychological Counsellor or Psychotherapist, Counselling, we evaluate where problems exist, or where changes are likely to improve your life satisfaction and overall psychological adjustment. You can learn how to make the changes that are necessary to achieve better life. Psychotherapy is the treatment of preference for many who suffer from pain whether in the back or neck, or joint pain such as hips, knees, ankles, wrists, elbows or shoulders through physical methods such as exercise, massage, manipulation and other treatments over medication and surgery.Physiotherapy is a drug-free health care practice.Some people seek psychotherapy because they have felt depressed, anxious or angry for a long.
Signs that you could benefit from therapy include:
You find it difficult to concentrate on work assignments or to carry out other everyday activities.
You worry excessively, expect the worst or are constantly on edge.
Your actions, such as drinking too much alcohol, using drugs or being aggressive, are harming you or others.