Physiotherapy Ajax, the French term for physiotherapy, is a form of CP Health care delivery that uses techniques from chiropractic. Many people suffering from various kinds of pain in their body are referred to a chiropractor who teaches them how to perform massage therapy, chiropractic manipulation and other such techniques that will help them manage pain better. Many ailments can be relieved by applying pressure to certain areas of the body but only a qualified Physiotherapist knows which techniques will relieve a particular patient’s pain and which methods should not be used since it may lead to further damage. Therefore, if you are referred to a chiropractor you must make sure you go to someone who is certified by the Canadian Chiropractic Association or the United States Consumer Service Commission (CPSC) before you start your treatment.
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When you first visit a chiropractor you should inform your physiotherapy Ajax specialist of all your medical history so that your treatment can be tailored to suit your needs. You will be given a list of recommended treatments by your physiotherapy Ajax specialist and these will usually include acupuncture, reflexology, physiotherapy exercise and manual lymph drainage (or lumbar drainage, RLS). Your physiotherapy Ajax specialist will teach you how to use massage therapy equipment that can be either bought over the counter or come in specially designed packs. If you have a problem with any of the equipment, such as a pinched nerve, you must explain your problem to the chiropractor and he will explain the correct ways of using the equipment to help relieve your condition. You will also be taught how to use orthotics and crutches if you do have an injury or are suffering from severe pain.
You will be prescribed medications by your physiotherapists when you first visit them so you must take these drugs exactly as they are written. You will also be advised of any restrictions or rules of diet that you must follow while you are being treated for your pain and you will need to report any changes to your physiotherapist at your next visit. When your physiotherapy starts, it usually takes place in a hospital suite or office and you will be left in charge of your own treatment. There is usually a nurse to look after your treatment at all times and you will be able to ask questions about anything you are unsure of. If you are on medication for your condition, you will need to notify your pharmacist before you go into hospital to ensure that your medication is being taken as prescribed.