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Therapy Aids

At Patient Handling we have different physio aids to assist with patient transfer and rehabilitation. If you need any assistance in choosing the right product, please contact our Customer Service team. View other products in this category here: Dressing & Grooming AidsKitchen AidsMedical SheepskinsPressure CareReaching Aids, and Other Independent Living Aids

Therapy Aids

At Patient Handling, we provide a vast range of physiotherapy equipment and Occupational therapy equipment to help with patient rehabilitation and transfer. If you require any help in selecting the most ideal product, please do not hesitate to contact us. In the physiotherapy tool category, we provide other products that include Dressing & Grooming AidsKitchen AidsMedical SheepskinsPressure CareReaching Aids, and Other Independent Living Aids. Additionally, since we guarantee quality products, we ensure that only the best brands physiotherapy equipment suppliers in Australia provide these significant products; they include Peak Care and our very own, Patient Handling.

 

Physiotherapy is a treatment that applies exercise and massage tactics to enhance balance, flexibility, strength, and posture. It is typically applied in case of injury rehabilitation or to assist in preventing pain and enhancing mobility. Physiotherapy equipment is applied in massaging and exercising various parts of the body during physiotherapy. With Rehabilitation therapy equipment, physiotherapy can be practiced independently, regardless of whether it is outdoors, at the gym, or at home. Occupational therapy equipment can assist in relieving pain in several parts of the body and can thus aid in the recovery and pain-relieving relief from various conditions.

Additionally, in physiotherapy, well-trained professionals analyze and treat unusual physical function associated with, for instance, a disability, an injury, condition, or disease. A physical therapist is defined as a licensed and well-trained medical professional with skills and experience in diagnosing physical abnormalities, maintaining physical roles, restoring mobility and function, and supporting proper function and physical activity. Physiotherapists can be located in a wide range of healthcare settings such as research centers, occupational offices, government agencies, nursing homes, rehab centers, and many more.
A physiotherapist can use physiotherapy equipment or Occupational therapy equipment to take care of patients in all healing stages, from the first diagnosis through the preventive and restorative recovery phases. Also, physiotherapy might be a standalone alternative, or it could support other treatments. There are patients that are referred to a physiotherapist by their doctor. However, they look for the therapy on their own.

 

Regardless of how the patient reaches out to a physiotherapist, they can expect to:
Go through a physical analysis and exam, including health history and particular testing procedure, including analysis of posture, flexibility and mobility, and joint and muscle motion and function.
Get a clinical diagnosis, prognosis, arrangement of care, and long and short-term goals.
Get physiotherapy and intervention on the basis of the physiotherapist’s evaluation and diagnosis.
Get self-management recommendations.
Patients usually exercise with a physiotherapist in training that they can practice at home to aid them to function more efficiently. Furthermore, physical therapists can apply physiotherapy tools and Occupational therapy equipment to treat a broad variety of medical problems, depending on their medical specialty. The following are among the conditions that physiotherapy equipment can come in physical therapy.
Sports associated injuries including tennis blow and concussion
Hand therapy for medical issues including trigger finger and carpal tunnel syndrome
Cardiopulmonary problems including MI (post-myocardial infarction) and CF ( cystic fibrosis, and COPD ( chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Musculoskeletal dysfunction including TMJ (temporomandibular joint disorders), rotator cuff tears, and back pain.
Neurological conditions including traumatic brain injuries, stroke, vestibular dysfunction, Parkinson’s disease, spinal cord injuries, and multiple sclerosis.
Pediatric conditions including muscular dystrophy and cerebral palsy.
Pelvic floor dysfunction, including lymphedema and urinary incontinence.
Other cases that might benefit include diabetic ulcers, wound care, and burns.

 

Depending on the purpose of the treatment, physiotherapy equipment and rehabilitation therapy equipment can be beneficial in physical therapy in the following ways:
Enhanced balance
Avoiding surgery
Fall prevention
Enhanced mobility and movement
Pain management with a lowered necessity for opioids
Stroke or paralysis recovery
Injury or trauma recovery
Management of age-associated medical issues

 

For more information about our physiotherapy equipment, Occupational therapy equipment and services, kindly contact us.

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