Arthritis Treatment in ATP Physio Clinic
Arthritis is inflammation of one or more of the body's joints that causes pain and stiffness. Although arthritis is mainly an adult disease, some forms affect children.
Osteoarthritis, also known as wear and tear arthritis, occurs when the cartilage that cushions and protects the ends of your bones gradually wears away. This leads to pain and stiffness that worsens over time, making it difficult to do daily activities. Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis. It develops slowly and most often occurs during middle and older age. This condition can degrade cartilage, change bone shape and cause inflammation, resulting in pain, stiffness and loss of mobility, can affect any joint. The most common area knees, hips, hands, feet, shoulders, lower back and neck.
Exercise and hands-on physiotherapy can significantly reduce the pain and disability. In our Clinic you get individual physiotherapy plan what includes exercise program aims to reduce the symptoms.
A wide variety of hands-on treatments can also significantly improve symptoms. These may include injection therapy, massage, electrotherapy, joint mobilisation and heat.
One of the top therapy commonly used for Osteoarthritis in ATP Physio Clinic are Hyaluronic Joint Injection Or PRP Joint injection. Where the Hyaluronic Acid Joint Injection lubricate, protects the whole joint and significantly delays the osteoarthritis process, improve the joint mobility.
Whereas PRP Joint injection reduce the inflammation and the pain sensation, promote the healing process, accelerate regeneration process, stimulate the joint to formation of new cartilage, rebuild the damage joint components.
Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is one type of inflammatory arthritis. It is a chronic disease that can cause pain and stiffness in multiple joints throughout the body. It can affect any joint, but most often starts in the small joints of the hands and feet. In many cases, rheumatoid arthritis will affect joints on both sides of the body , both knees or both hands, for example.
Most people get fluctuating pain and stiffness that gets worse during flare-ups. Many people find that the condition gives them flu-like symptoms and makes them tired, irritable or depressed.
Controlled rehabilitation exercises are proven to increase muscle strength and decrease patient disability without increasing pain. Our physiotherapists are experienced in using a combination of exercise and hands-on treatments to relieve the pain associated with RA.
In Our Clinic we offer the PRP injections for Rheumatoid Arthritis as a complementary therapy to reduce the pain and inflammation.
Initial Physiotherapy Treatment
Hyaluronic Acid Joint Injections
PRP Joint And Soft Tissues Injections