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  • 137, Perumal Kovil Street, Ramanathapuram, Coimbatore
  • Mon to Sat 09:00am to 08:00pm

Clinic Introduction

Welcome to Yaazh
Physiotherapy Clinic

We’re here to give you the individualized care, healing,
strength and confidence you need to get back to
living the kind of life you want.

  • We believe movement is medicine.
  • Physical activity is the key to good health, vitality, energy and strength.
  • If pain or a medical condition is holding you back, we’re here to help.

Physiotherapy gets you back to life



Welcome to Yaazh Physio, where we prioritize your well-being through expert physiotherapy services.

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Rehabilitation after a stroke begins in the hospital, often within a day or two after the stroke. 

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At Yaazh Physio, we’re here to give you the individualized care, healing, strength and confidence you need to get back to living the kind of life you want.

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  • What is physical therapy?

    The goal of physical therapy, often known as physiotherapy, is to improve, maintain, and maximize a patient's mobility, function, and overall health. Through physical rehabilitation, injury prevention, and health and fitness, physiotherapy is beneficial. By creating a predetermined course for the therapy, physiotherapists encourage you to take an active role in your own recovery. Your physiotherapist could instruct you to perform certain exercises on your own to hasten your recovery. Depending on the patient's condition, physiotherapists employ a variety of modalities and manual therapy techniques.

  • What Techniques Are Used in Physiotherapy?

    A physiotherapist will first evaluate the patient and then lay out the course for the treatment. There are various ways utilized in physiotherapy treatment, however they may range from patient to patient based on the patient's condition and the type of treatment required. The typical process involves the following: - Hands-on exercises - Mobilizing Soft Tissue Electronic treatment Heating Therapy - Ultrasound - Taping for sports-related injuries

  • What ailments may a physiotherapist treat?

    Depending on the physiotherapist's area of expertise, they can treat a variety of conditions including sports injuries, musculoskeletal disorders, neurological problems, pediatric care, and other issues. Here are a few common conditions that a physiotherapist may be able to treat: skeletal and muscular issues that result in neck and back pain. bone, joint, muscle, and ligament issues, such as arthritis. muscle weakness, exhaustion, discomfort, edema, and stiffness. loss of mobility brought on by a spinal or brain injury, a disease like Parkinson's, or another condition like multiple sclerosis

  • Is physical therapy a field with specializations?

    The musculoskeletal system and joints is used to treat injuries sustained in sports and at the workplace as well as disorders like back pain, arthritis, strains, sprains, bone injuries, and sprains. The treatment of neurological illnesses such as Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, acquired brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, and strokes by neurological physiotherapy. In addition, physiotherapists can specialize in one or more of the following fields according to their personal interests, expertise, and formal training. Children's physical therapy, geriatric physical therapy, vestibular rehabilitation, cardiopulmonary physical therapy, respiratory physical therapy, sports physical therapy, women's physical therapy, chiropractor adjustments, dry needling physical therapy, acupuncture therapy, cupping therapy, etc.

  • Who would be the ideal physical therapist for me?

    Selecting the ideal physio depends on the patient's health and the kind of treatment required. A post-surgery patient will be referred to an ortho physiotherapist, and in more extreme cases, like post-stroke patients, CBP will make sure they receive both an expert physiotherapist and a neuro physiotherapist. Imagine a little child who has been hurt or is in agony physically as another example. A pediatric physical therapist will take care of him. It's possible that the sufferer is sometimes unaware of what he's going through.Sometimes a patient doesn't understand

  • Can I do exercises on my own?

    Yes, you should start performing the exercises on your own if a physiotherapist advises you to. The exercises that are designed to be performed independently without a physio's supervision are occasionally performed by the physio during treatment. Only the fact that recovery occurs quickly and discomfort is reduced justifies proposing that you perform the exercises on your own. Patients may occasionally reference YouTube videos or online fitness plans; nevertheless, we highly advise against doing so.

  • Is a Physician’s Prescription Needed?

    No, you are not required to receive the physiotherapy that the doctor has recommended. Sometimes a patient's doctor will recommend physical therapy, which is fine, but we also make sure that our physiotherapist assesses the patient to assist them identify the problem and begin the appropriate course of treatment. Our goal is to provide the safest and finest patient-centered treatment we can.

  • Is Treatment at the clinic better than home care?

    Sometimes patients have no choice but to receive physiotherapy at home if their mobility is a problem. in other situations, a patient's preference for receiving treatment at a clinic or at home will determine how the procedure is carried out. It is best for people to visit the clinic for better results because in some circumstances, treatment necessitates a different sort of equipment that is only available there. Additionally, a senior physiotherapist is on site at the facility who may monitor patients receiving treatment. However, we can offer home care physiotherapy if a patient wants their treatment to be carried out at home and just manual therapy or portable equipment is needed. In most cases, long-term

  • How many sessions & at what frequency are needed?

    Since the patient's state is completely unpredictable, there is no set amount of sessions for any given ailment. If the problem is minor, our specialist might advise you to attend a few sessions. In some serious situations, such as those involving the nervous system, post-surgery, elderly care, etc. Our physiotherapist will go over the treatment plan with you during the sessions, which are often lengthier in length. The approximate number of sessions you could need is one piece of advise that could be included in this.

  • What is the duration of each session?

    Most sessions last between 30 and 45 minutes, but if more time is required for the treatment, the session length can be prolonged to an hour or 90 minutes. Occasionally, when a patient is experiencing serious or many problems, the session length is extended. After the patient's evaluation is complete, our expert can choose the session length. Please take note that the usual fees listed on our website are for sessions lasting 30 to 45 minutes. Sessions that last longer will incur greater fees.

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