You should visit a physiotherapist if your pain is mechanical. Also, other reasons you may choose to attend a physical therapy session include when pain is not going away, the pain has severely affected movement, or it prevents you from sporting activities. Any of these reasons show that it is time to see a physiotherapist.
It’s common to feel fatigued, muscle soreness, and tenderness following a physiotherapy session but it should not hurt. Physiotherapy sessions involving mobilizing, stretching, and strengthening the affected area may cause soreness after your session.
How do you know if you a have a bad physiotherapist?
Your physiotherapist should listen to your concerns and provide you with specialized treatment for your unique health needs including tips for self management and a home exercise program. Your physiotherapist should ensure you are taking an active role in your recovery. Read customer reviews for physiotherapy clinics on Google to see what other people are saying about their quality of service before booking.
Interferential therapy is a commonly used modality in physiotherapy to provide temporary relief from musculoskeletal pain. IFC is a non-invasive treatment option with minimal discomfort to the patients. It is a type of electrotherapy for the management of chronic, post-traumatic, and post-surgical pain.