Physiotherapists are allied medical professionals involved in treating patients suffering from joints and musculo-skeletal problems. They aid in increasing the movements and strength, by alleviating pain and help in returning to full function of the body parts. 

5 Signs To See A Physio

These professionals work to improving mobility through various methods like exercise and electropathy. In the recent years, physiotherapists have become the most sought after para-medical professionals in hospitals. Many even extend their services to making house calls. 

These days, the services of physiotherapists are not sought only for trauma, Parkinson patients and for the elderly. Physiotherapists come in handy in many situations and help us lead a normal lifestyle. 

Signs You Should See a Physiotherapist:

 Headaches: Headaches are usually caused due to dehydration, malnutrition, stress but one more common reason is misalignment in neck and spine. By adjusting the alignment, your physiotherapist may relieve you from symptoms of headache and improve blood flow. 

Joint and Muscle Pain: If you are experiencing joint and muscle pain and medicines failed to work, it is time to see a physio. A trained professional works on some spinal adjustments that will increase blood flow and nerve conductivity to joint and muscles. 

Poor Posture: Wrong postures while sitting and standing mount unwanted pressure on neck, back and shoulders and it can cause the disc prolapse. In certain cases, a well-trained physiotherapist can provide pain relief without an invasive surgery. 

Sharp Pain in Legs: Sharp, shooting pain in legs along with tingling, weakness could be a sign of pinched nerve. Visit a trained physio, to assess the exact cause and to alleviate unwanted pressure on the nerve and causing pain. 

Inflexible Muscles: If you find yourself unable to stretch arms and legs, or suffer from a stiff neck, see a physiotherapist immediately. Adjustments by a physio aids in realigning bones and joints to relieve pain by increasing the range of motion for the body to function at an optimal level.