What are the causes of mobility problems?
There are many factors which can affect a person’s mobility, which can be improved with the assistance of a Physiotherapist from Physio.co.uk. Some of the common causes for issues with mobility are:
- Neurological conditions
- Aging process
- Mental health illness
How can Physiotherapy help?
Physiotherapy can help by enhancing and working on the level of mobility the individual is at through a variety of physiotherapeutic techniques. The experienced Physiotherapists at Physio.co.uk can:
- Optimise independence
- Improve mobility (with full compliance of the client)
- Provide and educate on walking aids
- Education carers on manual handling techniques
- Provide a rehabilitation programme designed to improve the clients mobility
- Improve self-confidence with mobility
What Physiotherapy treatments can be expected for Mobility Problems?
There are many techniques used by the experienced Physiotherapists at Physio.co.uk to improve a client’s mobility. Some of the techniques may include the following, but are dependent upon the outcome of the assessment and the judgement of the Physiotherapist:
- Walking aid provision
- Strengthening exercises
- Stretching exercises
- Pain Management
- Electrotherapy (PSWD, Interferential, TENS)
- Gait re-education
Mobility problems can affect a person’s independence and can increase the risk of other health conditions. Physiotherapists at Physio.co.uk have experienced qualified staff who provide a high quality service working towards goals set with the client to gain optimal results. To arrange an appointment please contact us or call 0330 088 7800.