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Physical therapy is a dynamic profession that can help individuals rehabilitate their health and restore, maintain, and promote optimal physical functions to help prevent further injuries and complications. It is a care that aims to ease pain and help people function, move, and live better. It is done by professional and trained medical practitioners called physical therapist. They help people of all ages who have medical conditions, illnesses, or injuries that limit their regular ability to move and function.

Here are some of the benefits of undergoing physical therapy:
• Relieve pain
• Improve movement or ability
• Prevent or recover from a sports injury
• Prevent disability surgery

Here at Al Hokail Physical Therapy Department, our trained and licensed therapists are experienced in diagnosing physical abnormalities, restoring physical function and mobility, maintaining physical function, and promoting physical activity and proper function. Our team will evaluate your condition and will develop a modified care plan for your therapy.

There are varieties of therapies that can be applied to treat a range of condition. These are:

  1. Orthopedic physical therapy. Procedure to restore the functions of your joints, tendons, ligaments, and bones.
  2. Wound care therapy. Therapy for patients who have open wounds caused by pressure, vascular insufficiency, trauma, surgery, and/or diabetes.
  3. Vestibular therapy. Focused on balance problems caused by deficits in the inner ear such as vertigo or dizziness.
  4. Decongestive therapy. An intensive program that combines many treatment approaches such as bandaging, compression garments, manual lymphatic drainage, exercise, and self-care.
  5. Pelvic floor rehabilitation. Improves the strength and functions of the muscles that support the bladders, urethra, and other organs within the pelvis.

Our team of medical therapists may use different techniques to help you decrease painful feeling and stiffness, improve motion and strength, and improve mobility. Use of heat, ice, ultrasound, or electrical stimulation as physical agents may be practiced. Manual techniques are often used to help improve mobility. Therapeutic exercises are often use, too, to help patients gain range of motion, increase strength, and improve function.

For more details about our programs, please kindly call our hotlines or visit our clinics nearest to you.

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