Affected by injury or disability? Let us help you recover from it. Physiotherapy is the treatment and rehabilitation of disease conditions, deformities (either congenital or acquired) and traumatic injuries by physical means.
Such physical means can be in the form of therapeutic exercises (i.e. as in exercise therapy), soft tissue mobilization ( massage), manipulations (i.e. of soft tissues or of the musculoskeletal system) and the use of variety of physical agents such as water at therapeutic temperatures (i.e. as in hydrotherapy), lights or radiations (i.e. as in actinotherapy), heat including moist, dry and radiant heat as in thermotherapy, electricity including the use of low, medium and high frequency electrical currents (i.e. as in electrotherapy), low temperature media such as ice or as can be affected by some chemicals (i.e. as in cryotherapy), applied mechanical and electromechanical appliances including applied supportive gadgets, mechanical vibrations including the therapeutic use of ultrasonic energy (i.e. as in ultrasound).
At Lagoon Hospitals, physiotherapists play major roles in the enhancement of comprehensive health care delivery. They work as part of the interdisciplinary team comprising of Doctors, Nurses, and others.
The services offered in physiotherapy unit ranges from assessments and treatments of patients to the provision of supportive devices and artificial limbs to patients in the under listed categories.
- Orthopaedic and Musculoskeletal Disorders e.g. low back pain, neck sprain etc.
- Neurological conditions i.e. cerebrovascular accidents.
- Paediatric conditions i.e. Brachial plexus injuries, cerebral palsy, injection palsy, Down syndrome, spina bifida, poliomyelitis.
- Chest and intensive care management.