Physiotherapy in Hyderabad

Physiotherapy helps to restore movement and function when someone is affected by injury, illness or disability. It can also help to reduce your risk of injury or illness in the future. It takes a holistic approach that involves the patient directly in their own care.

Back Pain

Lower back pain is one of the leading causes of physical disability, especially at the workplace. Research indicates that almost 80% of the population is likely to suffer from lower back pain in their lifetime. Physiotherapy is one of the most widely used forms of treatment adopted for gaining relief from low back pain. It is used in both modes, as a single line of treatment as well as in combination with other treatments such as massage, heat, traction, ultrasound or short wave diathermy.

The human back is basically a highly complex system of series of interlocking elements including the vertebrae, discs, facet joints, ligaments and muscles. Owing to such a complex structure, an episode of back pain needs a strong physiotherapy-based rehabilitation program, once the basic medication course has been undertaken.


Osteoarthritis is the most common type of arthritis (a condition that affects your joints). Healthcare providers sometimes refer to it as degenerative joint disease or OA. It happens when the cartilage that lines your joints is worn down over time and your bones rub against each other when you use your affected joints.

Usually, the ends of bones in your joints are capped in a layer of tough, smooth cartilage. Cartilage is like a two-in-one shock absorber and lubricant — it helps the bones in your joints move past each other smoothly and safely. If you have osteoarthritis, the cartilage in your affected joints wears away over time. Eventually, your bones rub against each other when you move your joints.

Osteoarthritis can affect any of your joints, but most commonly develops in your

Neck(cervical spine)
Lower back (lumbar spine)


Sciatica is an umbrella term used to describe pain that travels down the back of the buttock and leg, as low down as the feet and toes. Pain is usually caused by an irritation to the sciatic nerve (typically at the level of your buttock), or the nerve roots in your lower back which gives rise to the sciatic nerve. There can also be symptoms such as altered sensation, tingling and muscle weakness.

Despite popular opinion, you don’t necessarily need to have lower back pain in order to have sciatica. You can have symptoms and leg pain in your lower limb without having any back pain at all

1) Sciatica treatment in the early stages involves a strong focus on reducing your pain with manual therapy, dry needling, gentle nerve stretching, and spinal mobility work to reduce the sensitivity of the irritated nerve. This usually yields great relief and a significant reduction in symptoms in 1-4 visits.

2) Ensuring long term results and minimising the chance of your symptoms returning by completing a personalised rehabilitation plan. There’s a structured approach to ensuring we address sciatica properly (see the early, mid and late-stage exercises below). Getting you pain-free is our first priority, but it’s our attention to detail in helping you rehabilitate through the entire journey that ensures our results are unrivalled and your symptoms don’t return.


Geriatric Physiotherapy or Geriatric Rehabilitation is a brand of physiotherapy that addresses the various physical needs of older adults. With age, as various pain-related problems and underlying conditions start to surface, geriatric physiotherapy is crucial to help people live their golden years pain-free and healthy. It enables the elderly to improve their physical strength and balance, and further help maintain it. Geriatric physiotherapy also supports the community by building confidence and keeping them active.

As one ages, the body undergoes various degenerative issues, which leads to loss of strength in the muscle tone. This restricts flexibility and mobility and causes older adults to experience emotional and social functioning changes, affecting their quality of life and well-being. Geriatric physiotherapy is a holistic brand of physiotherapy that provides assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation for elderly people for various age-related challenges in musculoskeletal, cardiovascular, neurological, and respiratory areas of health.

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