Physiotherapy and Injury Assessment Techniques compliments the training regimen versus restricting it.
At MRSSC physiotherapy works in close collaboration with the fitness experts, sports nutritionist, sports psychologist and biokineticist under the same roof. Education & Advice, Movement & Exercise and Manual Therapy are the basis of Physiotherapy.
Injury - Assessing the injured/ painful area and the reason for injury.
Posture - Evaluation of posture for identifying the key areas to work on.
Fitness level – based on functional, agility and power assessment fitness level is determined.
Technobody - Technobody assessment are done to assess joint range, mobility, balance and posture on quantitative level.
Power and Agility – power and agility is assessed at gym and field.
FMS – functional manual screening is done on FMS scale as a part of functional assessment.
Joint Mobilization - Use of hands in a curative and healing manner or a hands-on technique with therapeutic intent, to relieve pain and improve joint dysfunction.
Manipulation - Passive thrust to the joint at the end of the range to break the locking and adhesion of the joint and soft tissue.
Dry needling - Minimal invasive techniques used by trained therapists on Myofascial trigger points to alleviate the pain.
Cupping - Cupping therapy is a form of alternative medicine in which a therapist puts special cups on your skin for a few minutes to create suction. It helps in relieving pain, inflammation, increases blood flow, relaxation and well-being,
Soft tissue release technique – These techniques are done to reduce muscle spasm, muscle tension and to increase mobility.
Kinesio-tapping- is a taping technique which enhances healing process by either facilitating or inhibiting muscles, thereby supporting injured tissues and healing it.
Neural mobilization - Special techniques in which Passive mobilization of nerves is done by moving the limb as a whole.
Cranio - Sacral Therapy–Cranio-sacral therapy is a form of alternative therapy using gentle touch to palpate the joints of the cranium. A practitioner of cranial-sacral therapy may also apply light touches to a patient's spine and pelvic bones to relieve tension and aid cerebro spinal fluid circulation.
Muscle Energy Technique - is a manual technique where in active contraction along with release of muscle fibers is used to increase the flexibility and strength of muscles correcting the alignment of musculoskeletal structures.
Post - Traumatic Rehabilitation
Post - Operative Rehabilitation
Soft tissue injury Rehabilitation
Energy Healing – Energy healing is a holistic practice that activates the body's subtle energy systems to remove blocks. By breaking through these energetic blocks, the body's inherent ability to heal itself is stimulated.
Auriculotherapy - is a technique of using points on the skin of the auricle (external ear) to diagnose and treat pain and medical conditions of the body. Also referred to as Auricular Medicine. Practitioners all over the world use this therapy to treat pain, addictions and internal disorders with excellent results.
Moxibusion - Therapy which consists of burning dried mugwort on particular points on the body. Practitioners use moxa to meridian pointswith the intention of stimulating circulation through the points and inducing a smoother flow of blood to the painful area and to heal it.