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Who is a Physiotherapist?
Physiotherapists employ a variety of techniques such as body manipulation, electrical nerve stimulation, and Acupuncture, depending on the nature of the injury.
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We treat nearly all muscle and joint issues
Hand / Wrist
Foot / Ankle
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“I had severe nerve compression in my neck. I searched for help online & found MantraCare. I was surprised how they correctly diagnosed my problem without touch. I took live video sessions for 2 months days and now have recovered 95%. My physiotherapist engages me via 3D exercise videos and regular demonstrations.”
2 years on MantraCare
Frequently Ask Questions
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.
Sore joints – Joint pain is associated with aches, discomfort, and soreness in the joints of our body. It restricts us from performing a proper movement of our body parts.
Knee pain – Knee pain can occur due to injury, rigorous sports activity, or age. It leads to difficulty in climbing stairs, running, and carrying our daily activities.
Tendinitis – Tendon is the thick fibrous cords that connect muscles to the bones. Inflammation or irritation in the tendon can lead to the problem of tendinitis.
Hip Pain – Hip pain can occur due to several reasons including trauma, improper sitting position, muscle stiffness, sprains, or strains.
Neck pain – Neck pain is not associated with underlying illness. It is a result of resting in an awkward position, stress, chiropractic control, or wearing substantial pieces of jewelry.
Hardened neck – A hardened neck can have causes that are not due to fundamental infection. It is a result of injuries, strains, improper sleeping position, sitting at a work area with helpless ergonomics, or absence of development.
Shoulder pain – Shoulder pain can have causes that are not due to fundamental sickness. Models incorporate injury, improper resting position, or putting weight on the shoulder.
Lower leg hyper-extends – A physical issue that occurs when the joints bend in an inappropriate way. A hyper-extended lower leg causes growing pain and restricted scope of movement.
Foot pain – Foot pain can affect your walking ability. Models incorporate inadequately fitting shoes, collision with a hard object, abuse like long strolls or running a long distance, injuries, strains or injury.
If our specialized doctors from Mantra care found that the injury is critical, then we will recommend undergoing physical treatment.
Acupuncture: Needles stimulate the nervous system and work to dull pain, release muscles, boost the immune system and regulate various body functions.
Electrical nerve stimulation: Small electrical currents delivered to affected areas helps to suppress and block pain signals to the brain.
Demonstration: Teaching proper movement patterns allows patients to help heal themselves.
Manual manipulation: Moving joints and soft tissue helps to improve circulation, drain fluid from the body, and relax overly tight or muscles with spasms.
Always wear comfortable clothing, which enables you to perform proper stretching exercises.
Let your physiotherapist know about your areas of pain so that he can provide the proper treatment.