Whether or not you’ve suffered from extremes like a fracture that causes mobility issues, the chances are absolutely maximum that you’ve at least experienced shoulder and neck sprains and muscular spasms and strains in your day-to-day life due to any number of reasons – a stagnant lifestyle, poor posture, and even ageing. So, all in all, every single person knows how serious such mobility issues get, when left unattended and untreated, most of the time. Hence, this guide about the 2 amazing physical therapies – osteopathy and physiotherapy – that will help in improving all conditions related to bone, muscular, and joint problems. 

Let’s begin with Osteopathy, What is it? 

Osteopathy is a form of physical therapy that includes different treatment techniques in order to help you get rid of problems related to restricted or reduced mobility. Some such conditions that can be easily handled by professionals at Integral Performance Physiothérapie clinic include the following. 

  1. Body aches due to poor posture and bad sleeping habits. 
  2. Sciatica pain. 
  3. Migraines. 
  4. Neck, shoulder, and lower back sprain. 
  5. Digestive problems due to poor lifestyle. 
  6. Problems related Pregnancy and postpartum.

Mobility benefits forbye, osteopathy can also treat certain conditions like Torticollis, difficulty latching, recurrent ear infection, and colics in babies 

Now comes Physiotherapy, What is it and What’s the fuss about?

Physiotherapy is a technique that is used to increase the range of motion that gets limited due to a number of reasons that could be ageing as well as sports injuries. Experienced physiotherapists always suggest a number of different physio techniques that are most suitable to increase the mobility and range of motion of the affected body part. Having said that, physiotherapy is most recommended when trying: 

  • For pain reduction. 
  • To reduce the feeling of stiffness and heaviness. 
  • To recover from a stroke. 
  • To manage vascular conditions as well as the different symptoms of diabetes. 

Having said that, the most common scenarios under which physiotherapy becomes mandatory for a full recovery are listed below. Have a look! 

  1. Herniated disks. 
  2. Sports accidents. 
  3. Ligament tear. 
  4. Hamstring injury. 
  5. Ankle sprain. 
  6. Fracture and line fracture. 
  7. Post knee surgery. 
  8. Post ankle surgery. 
  9. Post every fracture surgery. 
  10. Tennis elbow. 
  11. Correction of postural dysfunctions. 
  12. Carpal tunnel syndrome. 

So, to sum up, it’s the effectiveness of both these therapies – osteopathy and physiotherapy – in improving the body’s mobility and helping it attain its full normal range of motion is what makes them so special. 
You can also visit the Integral Performance Physio website for more information.