Physical therapy and daily living aids
Which treatment does physiotherapy include? How do physical treatments work? And how are medical aids used?
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Bladder training can help some people who have an overactive or weak bladder to regain at least some control over their bladder. Ideally, they then n...
Pelvic floor training
Although you cannot really see or feel your pelvic floor, you can still learn to move the muscles of the pelvic floor voluntarily, and to strengthen ...
What is speech therapy?
Speech therapy can help people who have difficulty speaking to communicate better and to break down the barriers that result from speech impediments....
What is occupational therapy?
The aim of occupational therapy is to help people to live their lives more independently. The therapists may recommend various exercises or activitie...
Physical therapy (physiotherapy) is used to treat acute and chronic symptoms, and also to prevent future problems or for rehabilitation after long-te...
Passive therapeutic services
Passive therapeutic services are treatments that use physical stimuli like pressure, traction (pulling), heat, cold or electricity to have a particul...