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Working Effectively with Your Physical Therapist

Working Effectively with Your Physical Therapist

Physical therapy is a very effective and natural treatment for physical ailments such as back pain. Using specifically designed movement and massage therapy exercises, pain is gradually alleviated as the body naturally heals itself.

To maximize the effectiveness of physical therapy, it is important for patients and their physical therapists to work together. This means that while a physical therapist does his or her job in treating your back or body pain, as a patient, you need to follow the procedures and adhere to their instructions, especially as it pertains to home exercises.

Physical Therapy New York encourages its patients to establish trust with their physical therapist. It is important for them to feel at ease when they are going through treatments because that is how they will get the most out of the procedure. Patients must also be honest and express what they feel before, during, and after the treatment so their physical therapist will be aware of any concerns that may bother them.

There are certain questions that a patient can ask his or her physical therapist before treatment begins in order to feel more relaxed with the therapy.

  • Which physical therapy exercise is most appropriate for my condition?
  • How will that treatment help me?
  • Will the treatment be painful, and will I feel discomfort?
  • How long will each session last?
  • How long will it take for me to feel total pain relief?
  • Will I need to participate during the therapy?

These questions can help you gain a better understanding of what you will be going through during therapy and what to expect. By actively working with your physical therapist, you will be able to maximize the benefits of your physical therapy treatments and easily and quickly alleviate your back pain.

-Dr Sid
Esprit Wellness

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