Orthopaedic Physiotherapy primarily focus on orthopedics and treatment conditions affecting the musculoskeletal system, which are composed of joints, muscles, bones, ligaments, and tendons.It diagnoses, manage, and cure the disorders of the musculoskeletal system and recuperate patients after the orthopaedic surgery.
Is physiotherapy part of orthopedic?
Each of these surgeries will affect a different part of the body and the exercises and physiotherapy recommended for them will differ. Orthopedic physical therapy is necessary to restore a patient’s strength and motion.
How do I become an orthopedic physiotherapist?
a graduate degree (either a master of physical therapy or doctor of physical therapy) from an accredited program, and apply for a license. Continue on to medical school, graduate at the top of your class, complete your Internship and take an orthopaedic residency.
Can a physiotherapist do surgery?
No, Physiotherapists cannot perform surgeries, however, they play a vital role in pre-operative and post-operative surgeries for Achilles tendonitis, ACL reconstruction, knee repair or replacement, back and neck pain surgery and many other medical surgeries and procedures.