How can Regenerative treatment combined with physiotherapy help you become pain-free?
Regenerative therapy is a branch of medicine that helps repair, restore and regenerate damaged or injured cells to rebuild impaired function caused due to trauma, ageing and diseases. Physiotherapy, if started alongside regenerative treatment, can help patients recover to their optimal level. Regenerative rehabilitation therapy evolves as the combination of regenerative medicine and physiotherapy. While regenerative therapy targets the cause of the pain by triggering the healing process, physiotherapy enhances that recovery and give longer-lasting effects by strengthening.
After undergoing regenerative therapy, your physiotherapist can recommend personalised exercise programmes to achieve your goals. By following recommended Regenerative rehabilitation therapy, patients can return to their everyday lives as quickly as possible.
What is Physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy is the maintenance or improvement of mobility, physical abilities, fitness and quality of life using movement, exercise therapy and other physical methods. Both regenerative medicine and physiotherapy go hand in hand to reduce pain and increase the quality of life. As pain decreases, the ability to move and strengthen increases; this is where a physiotherapist plays a significant role to recommend the right strategy at the right time.
The typical customised rehabilitation programme includes:
- Biomechanical assessment and goal setting
- Graded movement within pain levels
- Strengthening exercises
- Balance rehab
- Resistance training
- Functional rehab
- Electrical stimulation
What physiotherapist does?
The physiotherapist’s role is to help you recover optimally by evaluating your movement and prescribing the relevant exercise programme accordingly. However, it is you who must take active participation in the recovery procedure.
Throughout the sessions, the physiotherapist will monitor the progress of your recovery by carefully checking the strength and endurance as well as symptoms like pain or swelling, if any. Always inform your physiotherapist if you are having any difficulty adhering to your programme so that the physiotherapist can adjust the exercises to suit you. Eventually, by sticking to your exercise program, physiotherapy will help you in increasing your resistance level, improve mobility, function and wellbeing.
What are the benefits of Physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy involves active movements to help prevent patients from losing function by activating muscles and enhancing sensory pathways.
- Active movements such as strengthening, balance exercises, coordination, and endurance training can stimulate muscle memory, promote signal transmission in nerves, and inhibit atrophy.
- Physiotherapy can restore the range of motion, increase muscle strength, and promote functional recovery. It can improve your balance and coordination to reduce the risk of falls.
- Physiotherapy can assist in reducing inflammation, pain and swelling to restore mobility and flexibility.
- Physiotherapy also promotes wellbeing in a patient and, combined with Regenerative treatment, can provide advanced results in joint pain treatment.
- Passive treatments such as massage, cold and heat therapy can also work as a pain reliever; however, they may not give as long-lasting effects as strength and movement.
Regenerative rehabilitation therapy can be the right solution to reduce joint replacement surgeries’ financial, physical, and emotional burden. Under the medical team’s guidance, you can adopt physiotherapy after the regenerative treatment to achieve its full benefits. Through physiotherapy in combination with regenerative medicine, you may be able to restore, maintain and improve your mobility, function and wellbeing and relieve the symptoms of joint pain faster so you can get back to an active, pain-free life.