- Tele-Medicine in Nigeria
PhysioCraft provides Telerehab services to our clients. With telerehab and telemedicine, we are able connect our clients with our specialist consultants across the Nigeria and across the world. We are particularly excited about Nigerians in the diaspora who are keen to contribute to their motherland and work with us. Telerehab and telemedicine in Nigeria is especially helpful in providing access to scarce specialists, reducing patient and family commute, enabling multiple professionals have input where necessary and ensuring continuity of care. We understand the challenges of access to primary health care across the Nation and we hope to use telemedicine and telerehab to solve this.
- Hydrotherapy in Nigeria
We have experience using hydrotherapy to aid recovery. For instance, we have worked with several patients who have had spinal surgery, stroke and poly-arthritis and as a result required specialised rehabilitation. We welcome a tour of our facility and we can confidently say you won’t be disappointed.
- Hands-on Techniques:
“A physiotherapist best tools is a set of skilled hands directed by a critically thinking sound mind” -Dr. Tella, UNILAG. At PhysioCraft, our physiotherapists are well trained in the hands on techniques such as joint mobilization, joint manipulation, muscle energy techniques, muscle stretching, neurodynamics, massage and taping. These techniques are used under the patient-focused evidence-based interventions with the aim of aiding recovery. Please feel free to discuss options and get clarifications about all your treatment interventions with your physiotherapist.
Depending on the type of clinical condition clients present with, there may be a need to be treated with electrotherapy devices which includes but is not limited to TENS, EMS, Ultrasound, shortwave diathermy and laser therapy. Some of these devices should not be used under certain health conditions so it is essential clients disclose all health care history and procedures to your physiotherapist even if you think its unrelated.
- Biomechanical Analysis:
This involves the analysis of movement, posture and ergonomics. This includes how you exercise, walk, sit at the desk, lift objects and stand. Biomechanical analysis helps people who have repetitive injury and also those who have scoliosis. After biomechanical analysis has been done, balance re-education, neuromuscular facilitation and stabilization exercises are often used in the rehabilitation process.