Physical Therapy in Philippines

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Focus Athletics
4.6

From 5 verified reviews

Jan Renz Laboriante, 26 January 2019

Was here to try Focus Training System, it's a bootcamp like workout that will help you get fit to face your everyday physical lifestyle movements. Our coach made it to a point that we all get the proper way of doing the workout to avoid injury and utilizing our exercise at the same time provide modification if workout is too hard for any of us, so it's all perfect for all fitness levels, from beginner to hard core sport peeps or gym buff, teens to elderly.

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Makati Medical Center
3.0

From 134 verified reviews

William Fan, 16 September 2020

I've done multiple medical check-ups with MMC as well as when my dad was confined for a few weeks there. Place was well kept clean, signs and staff are friendly and answers to questions well. Their services are prompt and the doctors and staff are very professional.

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Motions Venture Physio Therapy Inc.

Motions Venture Physio Therapy Inc., located in Butuan, Agusan del Norte, Philippines offers patients Physical Therapy procedures among its total of 55 available procedures, across 7 different specialties. Currently, there's no pricing information for Physical Therapy procedures at Motions Venture Physio Therapy Inc., as all prices are available on request only. All procedures and treatments are undertaken by the lead specialist at the Hospital, and they are not accredited by any recognized accreditations institutes

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    What you need to know about Physical Therapy in Philippines

    Physical therapy (PT), also known as physiotherapy, is a non-invasive type of treatment that helps individuals restore, maintain, and develop body movement and physical function. It is usually suggested to people who have had an illness, injury, or disability that makes it hard for them to do daily tasks. The main goal of physical therapy is to ease pain and help patients function, move, and live better. Medical professionals who provide physical therapy are called physical therapists, or physiotherapists. They are trained and licensed to diagnose physical abnormalities, maintain physical function, restore physical function and mobility, and promote proper function and physical activity.

    Physical therapists are qualified to treat a wide range of medical conditions, depending on their specialty. Some of the most common physical therapy specialties are:

    • Orthopedic physical therapy treats musculoskeletal injuries. They typically treat fractures, tendonitis, sprains, and bursitis.
    • Geriatric physical therapy helps older people with conditions that affect their physical function and mobility, such as hip and joint replacement, Alzheimer’s disease, osteoporosis, and arthritis.
    • Neurological physical therapy help people with neurological disorder or disease, such as brain injury, cerebral palsy, stroke, and multiple sclerosis.
    • Cardiovascular and pulmonary rehabilitation help those affected by certain cardiopulmonary conditions and surgical procedures. 
    • Pediatric physical therapy assists in the diagnosis, treat and manage conditions affecting infants, children, and adolescents, such as developmental delays, spina bifida, and torticollis. 

    Physical therapy can be different for everyone, depending on the patient’s illness or injury and personal goal. Physical therapy treatment may involve:

    • Targeted exercises and stretches guided by the physical therapist
    • Ultrasound to promote blood flow and healing.
    • Massage, heat or cold therapy, or warm water therapy to relieve muscle pain or spasms.
    • Phonophoresis to decrease inflammation.
    • Electrical stimulation to increase functional capabilities and reduce pain.
    • Light therapy to treat certain medical conditions.

    How Long Should I Stay in Philippines?

    Most of the time, you may be allowed to leave Philippines right after your physical therapy session. However, since a physical therapy program usually requires more than one session, you should stay until all of your sessions are finished. Most people will need six to twelve sessions, between six and eight weeks. 

    What's the Expected Recovery Time?

    It is generally recommended that you rest after a physical therapy session. Physical therapy helps you recover from an illness or an injury and there is usually no extra recovery time after you finish your physical therapy program.

    What Aftercare is Required?

    After a physical therapy session, you must drink plenty of water and take note of unusual pain. If your physical therapist gives you an exercise program to do at home, make sure to do it as directed. Your physical therapist will likely give you instructions to make recovery time quicker and avoid any further damage. 

    What's the Success Rate?

    Like many other medical treatments, physical therapy continues to advance. With the broad knowledge and experience of physical therapists, they can use evidence-based approaches to help you improve mobility, balance, and strength, as well as reduce scar tissue formation, relieve pain and swelling, improve flexibility, and reduce the development of any secondary issue. Physical therapy is safe, but there are some risks you will need to be aware of. It can cause discomfort, pain, and in some very rare cases, do more harm than good. 

    Are there Alternatives?

    Alternatives to physical therapy depend on your specific condition. For some diseases and injury, you may have no other choice than seeing a physical therapist. In many cases, you may be able to see massage therapists, acupuncturists, or chiropractors to relieve pain.

    Whilst the information presented here has been accurately sourced and verified by a medical professional for its accuracy, it is still advised to consult with your doctor before pursuing a medical treatment at one of the listed medical providers, it is still advised to consult with your doctor before pursuing a medical treatment at one of the listed medical providers. This content was last updated on 28/11/2020

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