A Registered Physiotherapist has earned a graduate degree or equivalent.
A Physiotherapist is trained to conduct accurate assessments, evaluation, and conclude to an accurate diagnosis. This process leads to intervention/treatment plans which are appropriate for a clients recovery and function.
Treatment plans can include exercise therapy, manual therapy, education, and passive modalities.
Physiotherapists are experts at managing body movement, reducing pain, and helping to optimize quality of life and health promotion.
Some commonly treated musculoskeletal problems include:
Poor posture/ posture imbalance
Low back pain
Plantar fasciitis/ foot pain
Numbness of hands and feet