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Physiotherapy Treatment in Norway

Physiotherapy treatment in Norway can be divided into two types: therapeutic and rehabilitative. Therapeutic physiotherapy is used to help patients with acute injuries or conditions, while rehabilitative physiotherapy is used to improve the overall health of the patient. Both types of physiotherapy are available at both private and public hospitals in Norway.

Therapeutic physiotherapy is mainly used to treat acute injuries or conditions such as muscle pain, stiffness, and fatigue. Rehabilitative physiotherapy is used to improve the overall health of the patient by addressing issues such as chronic low back pain, neck pain, and arthritis. Both types of physiotherapy are available at both private and public hospitals in Norway. 

Physiotherapists in Norway typically use a combination of techniques such as massage, mobilization, exercise therapy, and ultrasound. Treatment generally lasts between 30 minutes and one hour. Physiotherapists in Norway typically use a combination of techniques such as massage, mobilization, exercise therapy, and ultrasound. Treatment generally lasts between 30 minutes and one hour.

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Top Physiotherapists in Norway

  • Marit Nygård is a physio therapist with over 20 years of experience working in both private practice and within the health sector. She has been recognised by several publications as one of Norway’s leading physiotherapists, and her work has been featured on television programmes and in magazines. Her focus areas include sports injury rehabilitation, postural problems, pregnancy and childbirth, and osteoarthritis.
  • Tone Damli Aas is a physio therapist with more than 10 years of experience providing treatment for patients across Norway. She specialises in treating injuries sustained during sports activities as well as those caused by accidents or illness. Her work has been featured on television programmes and she regularly gives lectures to other physiotherapists across the country.
  • Reidar Haugland is a world-renowned therapist, and he has worked extensively in the field of physiotherapy. He has written extensively on the subject, and his work has been cited by numerous other professionals in the field. His clinic is based in Oslo, and his patients include both private individuals and companies.
  • Sveinung Stølen is based in Oslo. His clinic has a reputation for providing high-quality services at an affordable price, which makes it a popular choice for those looking for quality care without breaking the bank.
  • Geir Egil Ottersen is another well-known therapist in Norway, and his work has been praised by both patients and employers alike. He offers a wide range of services including physiotherapy, massage therapy, sports therapy, and wellness counseling.

     

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I had been suffering from chronic back pain for years, and I was unable to find relief. Fortunately, I found MantraCare in Norway – they offered me the best physiotherapy treatment available. The team at MantraCare was incredibly professional and knowledgeable: they listened carefully to my concerns and provided a tailored treatment plan that worked for me

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Frequently Asked Questions

Physiotherapy can be defined as a treatment method that focuses on the science of movement. It helps people to restore, maintain and maximize their physical strength and motion by addressing the underlying physical issues. It helps treat muscle and joint pains issues.

Physiotherapists are experts at providing physiotherapy in Norway for:

Elbow pain – Elbow pain can have causes that are not due to fundamental illness. It is associated with several causes including hitting a hard object, injury, putting pressure on the elbow, or attempting any sports activity.
Back pain – A person may experience minor to severe back pain due to several reasons including lifting heavy weight, injury or age. If neglected, the symptoms can turn worse. Physiotherapy helps in getting rid of these symptoms.
Hand pain – Hand pain is frequently brought by illness or injury that affects bones, muscles, joints, and ligaments, veins, or connective tissues altogether. Hand pain is one element of joint aggravation (joint pain) which is felt inside the hand.

Wrist pain – Wrist pain is typically brought by injuries or cracks from unexpected wounds. However, wrist pain can also occur from long haul issues such as monotonous pressure, joint inflammation, and carpal passage disorder.
and more areas of body.

It isn’t about which is better; it’s about availability and access. Ideally, everyone in Norway should have unlimited access to personalized healthcare. But we do not live in an ideal world. Online physical therapy bridges those instances where in-person visits are less effective / feasible. Moreover, through online treatment, you get access to the best physiotherapy in Norway, while sitting in your home.

Our physical therapy treatment program is 100% online. You can take consultation from any part of Norway. We cater to people in Lagos, Kano, Ibadan, Benin City, Port Harcourt, Jos, Ilorin, Abuja, Kaduna, Enugu, Zaria, Warri, Ikorodu, Maiduguri, Aba, Ife, Bauchi, Akure, Abeokuta, Oyo, Uyo, Sokoto, Owerri, Yola, Calabar, Umuahia, Ondo City, Minna, Lafia & Okene.

Norway has many good Physiotherapists without a doubt. However, physiotherapists in Norway typically really on in-person meetings and traditional interventions. Each visit to a Physiotherapist typically happens every 2-3 months or more. With the Mantra Physical therapy model – you get to meet your Physio daily. He tracks you daily & guides you whenever or wherever you want. For this reason, the results from the Mantra Care Physiotherapy treatment program turn out to be better for most people.

The cost of physiotherapy treatment in Norway can vary depending on the type of service needed. Generally, a single appointment costs about 500-800 NOK for a physical assessment, and an additional session can cost between 800-1200 NOK per hour.

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