Physio Therapy

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Physiotherapy, also known as physical therapy, is a healthcare profession that focuses on improving a person’s physical function, mobility, and overall well-being through exercise, manual therapy, and education. It is often used to treat various musculoskeletal conditions, injuries, and disabilities.
For special needs children, physiotherapy plays a crucial role in addressing their unique challenges. It aims to enhance their physical development, motor skills, and functional abilities.

Physiotherapists work closely with special needs children and their families to create tailored treatment plans. These plans may include exercises, stretches, and activities that target specific areas of need. Additionally, therapists may use specialized equipment or techniques to assist in mobility and improve muscle strength.

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Regular sessions with a physiotherapist can lead to significant improvements in a child’s physical abilities, leading to a better quality of life. It’s important for parents and caregivers to actively participate in the therapy process, as they play a key role in supporting the child’s progress outside of the clinic.
Remember, each child’s needs are unique, so physiotherapy approaches are customized to address their specific challenges and goals.

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Nasreen Sultana Rume


Physical  Education Teacher

Chandan Kumar Roy

Physical Education Teacher

physical education teacher

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