WHAT is Physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy can be defined as a treatment method that focuses on the science of movement and helps people to restore, maintain and maximize their physical strength, function, motion and overall well-being by addressing the underlying physical issues.
At CADS Enhancement Centre, we are committed to ensure that each student receives proper physical exercises and physiotherapy treatment appropriate for his/her individual physical needs.Each exercise must be monitored by a Physiotherapist
A checklist and daily progress report will be used to monitor and chart the student’s progress.The physiotherapist may change the plan from time to time depending on each student’s achievement and needs.A review with parents will be conducted thrice a year for junior and twice a year for senior.
Doctors often recommend Physiotherapy for kids who have been injured or have movement problems from an illness, disease, or disability.
After an injury, physical therapists are often able to relieve pain and help kids resume daily activities. Physical therapists teach kids exercises designed to help them regain strength and range of motion, and also show them how to prevent a recurring injury.
Physical therapy (PT) may be needed any time a child has difficulty moving in such a way that it limits daily activities.
Doctors may recommend PT for kids with:
- sports injuries
- developmental delays
- cerebral palsy
- genetic disorders
- orthopedic disabilities/injuries
- heart and lung conditions
- birth defects (such as spina bifida)
- effects of in-utero drug or alcohol exposure
- acute trauma
- head injury
- limb deficiencies
- muscle diseases