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the physical treatment

the physical treatment

 What is physical therapy

Physical therapy: It is one of the branches of rehabilitation therapy, as it uses exercises and equipment specially designed for this purpose that help the patient to restore or improve his physical capabilities, and it is suitable for all patients from children to the elderly.

This treatment helps people at any stage of their lives when their motor functions become threatened by aging, injuries, diseases, movement disorders, or any other environmental factors.


Physiotherapy departments:

  • Orthopedic physical therapy: It diagnoses and treats disorders and injuries of bones, joints, and muscles, including bone fractures, sprains, tendon infections, and bursitis. It also specializes in treating patients recovering from bone and muscle surgeries.
  • Pediatric physical therapy: It is concerned with early diagnosis and treatment of many injuries, disorders and diseases that affect the muscles, bones and joints of children, and it aims to improve movement skills, balance, strength, portability and sensory processes.
  • Geriatric physical therapy for the elderly: It deals with the problems of the elderly and diseases that afflict them, such as arthritis, osteoporosis, cancer, Alzheimer's, balance disorders, urinary incontinence, and others, as treatment programs are designed for each patient's condition to restore mobility and relieve pain And increase physical fitness.
  • Neurological physical therapy: It deals with the problems of people who have neurological diseases and disorders, such as motor neuropathy, Parkinson's disease, polio, brain injury, multiple sclerosis, strokes, and spinal cord injuries.
  • It aims to improve the lives of patients with paralysis, poor eyesight, poor balance, difficulty walking and inability to take care of themselves.
  • Cardiovascular and pulmonary rehabilitation: It deals with the problems of people suffering from heart or lung diseases or people who have had heart or lung surgeries, and it aims to increase the patient's endurance and self-reliance in various activities.
  • Sport physical therapy: It deals with injuries that afflict athletes such as fractures, sprains and muscle spasms.
  • Clinical electrophysiology.
  • Women's health physical therapy.