Physiotherapy is generally comprised of three important phases: pain relief, strengthening, and functional integration. Some people are apprehensive toward physiotherapy because they believe it will hurt them; however, the opposite is usually true. Physiotherapy is aimed at pain relief and strengthening, and your physiotherapist will make sure that your treatment plan won’t bring you any pain or discomfort.
A physiotherapist will cater a treatment plan around specific movements designed to increase your strength, flexibility, balance, and overall mobility.
A physiotherapist is highly trained in assessing movement, and analyzing mobility issues with walking, running, jumping, bending, stretching, and almost every other form of physical activity or movement.
Your physiotherapist can pinpoint problem areas and create a customized treatment plan aimed at improving those areas. Through in-clinic sessions and at-home exercises, patients strengthen their muscles and joints, improve their balance, build endurance, and experience pain relief, all without the unwanted harmful risks of drugs or surgery.
Your physiotherapist will work closely with you to evaluate your mobility, balance, range of motion, and severity of pain. Your physical goals will also be taken into account when creating your treatment plan, as well as any health risks that may be holding you back. At your initial evaluation, you may be asked to perform basic movements, such as sitting down, standing up, walking, lifting, stretching, or other motions.
Once your physiotherapist has a clear picture of what you need, he or she will begin constructing a treatment plan to help relieve your pain and achieve your goals.
Upon completing Physical Therapy at the Shiraz university in Iran, Mina began her career in orthopedic physiotherapy, which she loves and continues to practice.
Mina has extensive experience at the different physiotherapy settings including Outpatient physiotherapy, Hospital and Home Care settings. Each client is unique and Mina uses a variety of techniques to tailor a customized treatment plan to the individual. In addition to being an experienced professional in her field, Mina has developed exceptional listening skills to be attentive to client needs.
Mina sees patients with a variety of concerns related to Orthopedic, TMJ, Structural conditions including: chronic pain, acute injury, scoliosis, sports injury. Pelvic Floor Health including female urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, vaginismus (painful penetration), vulvodynia (pelvic pain), diastasis recti and coccydynia (tailbone pain) Prenatal and post-partum Physiotherapy help women prepare for delivery, improve prenatal fitness, will contribute to an easier pregnancy and delivery Postpartum Physiotherapy will help you to strengthen the pelvic floor and guide you back to regular activities. Also, helping to restore the core (Diastasis: separation of the abdominal muscles).
Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy became a passion. Mina realized many individuals have common concerns related to pelvic health but are often too embarrassed to seek advice, or are unaware that treatment is available. Her goal is to improve the health and quality of life for her clients. She wants to remove the stigma surrounding pelvic health concerns and assist her clients in regaining a connection to their pelvic floor and optimize their health and function.
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