What is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy Services, also known as "Physical Therapy" is the therapy for the disease, injury, and deformity to improve one's quality of life. It aims to address the factors that limit a person's ability to move and do tasks in their daily life.

Physiotherapists are also recognized for treating musculoskeletal ailments such as ankle sprains, muscular strains, and tendon soreness. Musculoskeletal physiotherapists are frequently seen in clinics, but they also work with sports teams and in hospitals. Exercise, hands-on techniques (such as manual therapy, dry needling, and trigger point therapy), Patient Education, and other modalities are used by Physiotherapists.

How Physiotherapy can Help?

Physiotherapy helps people manage pain, improve mobility, and increase strength and function. To treat the symptoms of disease, injury, or disability, each client receives a customized care plan as per their specific needs. It assists people in returning to the activities that are important to them, while also improving their general health, fitness, and well-being. Physiotherapy can be used to both prevent and treat injuries.

Who can Benefit from Physiotherapy Services?

Our Physiotherapy services help treat people who have neurological conditions and other health issues including,

  • Back and Neck Pain
  • Accident Injuries
  • Sports Injuries
  • Spinal Cord Injury
  • Stroke
  • Brain Injury
  • Balance and Vestibular problems
  • Ataxia
  • Arthritis
  • Muscle and Joint Pain/Weakness
  • Sports injuries/return to sport strengthening
  • Pre/post-Surgical Conditions
  • Pre- and post-natal care programs
  • Pelvic floor strengthening
  • Home rehabilitation and exercises post-injury or illness
  • Workplace or worker injuries (WCB/WSIB)
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Autism
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Bell’s Palsy
  • Motor Neuron and other Degenerative Diseases

Benefits of Physiotherapy Services

Regular Physiotherapy Sessions can benefit in these situations where it has helped in achieving the best potential outcomes as follows:

Pain Management

People suffering from Arthritis, Muscle Strain/Sprain, or Tendonitis benefit from using physiotherapy techniques and exercises such as Soft Tissue Mobilization or the usage of modalities like TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation), IFC (Interferential Current), and Ultrasound. These therapies help in relieving the pain by ensuring normality.

Improving Overall Strength and Coordination

Physiotherapy not only helps to relieve pain during or after surgery, but it also helps to improve the body's overall strength and durability. Do you know that physiotherapy involves particular exercises and stretches that aid in the body's overall coordination? If you are experiencing symptoms of vertigo or dizziness, You can directly contact our physiotherapist for counseling. 

Reducing Medication Dependency

Every prescription a patient takes has a side effect at some point in their lives. A patient may be required to take medications to regulate or treat his or her illness under certain circumstances. However, in some situations, such as surgery, a patient's pain treatment is entirely relying on medication. We recommend physiotherapy as an option for addressing this concern and reducing medication dependency and negative effects.

Managing and Preventing Sports-related Injuries

We recognize that sports are all about agility, and different games can increase the risk of certain injuries such as ACL tears, Golfers' Elbow, Hamstring Strain, and so on. In such cases, physiotherapy is incredibly significant and beneficial since it gives very specialized treatment to enhance endurance and resolve the symptomatic issue. Aside from injuries, Athletes, and sports personalities benefit from regular physiotherapy visits.

Managing Cardiac and Diabetic Diseases

Diabetes patients have been known to have discomforts such as the knee, shoulder, and back pain. This is frequently caused by the body's imbalanced sugar levels. There are dedicated physiotherapy plans that aid in the management of diabetes-related pain. These plans also help to keep blood pressure under control.

Mental Health Improvements

Mental health is the most fundamental of all the amazing benefits of physiotherapy.  At Arogin Physiotherapy, we recognize and promote the importance of feeling well in your body not just for daily tasks, but also for boosting your confidence in whatever you do and everywhere you go. That is why we exist to assist you in realizing your full potential. 

Physiotherapy Services at Arogin Care Home

At Arogin Care Home, we focus on Physiotherapy Services such as;

Manual Therapy

These "Hands-On" techniques are used to restore the tissues and structures of your body to their normal, uninjured, pain-free state by increasing flexibility, relaxing, and improving mobility. You will receive a range of soft tissue massages that are tailored to your unique needs.

Neuromuscular System Re-education

The nervous system's influence on the intricacies of musculoskeletal rhythm during fluid movement of the body is being re-trained. Physical therapists will re-educate the body to perform at higher levels through creative movement workout routines.

Therapeutic Exercise

The exact application of particular and unique training strategies that increase muscle excitation, resulting in damage recovery in a short period of time. Aims to repair soft tissues, create strong bone structures, and perfuse the circulatory and metabolic systems through exercise using a variety of tools and equipment that will awaken the mind and soul.

Myofascial Release

To improve the fluid interplay of our internal bodily systems, we stretch the intricate matrix of fascial tissue that surrounds them. To maximize kinetic activities, it revitalizes the body's feeling of ease of movement and flexibility.

Acupuncture Therapy

Acupuncture is one of many techniques used in physiotherapy as part of an integrated approach to pain management. It assists in stimulating the body's natural healing chemicals to help recover and improve rehabilitation as well. It helps by altering how the body perceives pain and deactivating trigger sites (knots). It accomplishes this by manually interrupting the faulty activity and facilitating deep muscle repair.

With the help of a skilled and qualified physiotherapist from the Physiotherapy Services at Arogin Care Home, we can customize a program for you that will suit your specific need. Please feel free to contact us, it will be our pleasure to answer all of your queries.

  • Manual Therapy
  • Neuromuscular System Re-education
  • Therapeutic Exercise
  • Myofascial Release
  • Acupuncture Therapy


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faq, frequently asked questions


Physiotherapy is a treatment to restore, maintain, and make the most of a patient's mobility, function, and well-being. Physiotherapy helps through physical rehabilitation, injury prevention, and health and fitness. Physiotherapists get you involved in your recovery. Besides that, they also help people affected by illness, injury, or disability through exercise, manual joint therapy, soft tissue techniques, education, and advice.

The term "Rehabilitation" refers to the process of recovering a patient to their original state. It can be defined as recovering one's health, ability to work, or both, whereas "Physiotherapy" or "physical therapy" is a type of rehabilitation that can be incorporated in a rehabilitation plan to assist in the regaining of the body strength. Rehabilitation is a broad term in which physiotherapy also comes.

Physiotherapy Services has grown into multiple sub-categories, allowing PTs to perform efficiently and appropriately treat diverse diseases. Geriatric Physiotherapy, Sports Physiotherapy, Orthopedic Physiotherapy, and Pediatric Physiotherapy are the major types of physiotherapy.

Physiotherapy Services can help people who have neurological conditions such as Spinal Cord Injury, Stroke, Brain Injury, Ataxia, Balance and Vestibular problems, Cerebral Palsy, Parkinson’s Disease, Bell’s Palsy, Respiratory, Spasticity management, Motor Neuron and other Degenerative Diseases, Arthritis, Autism, Sports Injuries, Pre & post-operative rehabilitation, and Pain management: Back pain, neck pain, shoulder, knee, sprain, strain, heel pain, etc.

We cannot say this therapy is the best at the instant, as these things are discussed after the diagnosis of the condition of the patient. After the consultation with a physiotherapist, we can identify which type of physiotherapy will be the best for an individual.