Orthopedic Specialist

Orthopedic Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation

Orthopedic Physiotherapy and rehabilitation includes assessment, treatment and prevention of inflammation, pain and limitation of movement. These symptoms are usually caused due to overuse, injury or degeneration of the one or more components of the musculoskeletal system. Our musculoskeletal system includes bones, joints, muscles, ligaments, tendons, bursa, etc.

Optra Care has an excellent team of specialist musculoskeletal physiotherapists, who are experts in assessing, diagnosing and holistically treating orthopaedic conditions. Our team is trained in specific treatment protocols for each of the conditions, which have evidence-based outcomes. We often formulate the rehab program based on the most current and advanced therapies and technologies to treat the injury or condition and to prevent future recurrence.

Our Physiotherapists use techniques which are modern, scientifically proven to be effective. These include manual techniques like Trigger Point Therapy, Myofascial Release, Dry Needling Therapy, Joint Mobilization etc.

Orthopedic Physio Therapist

Orthopedic physiotherapy
treatments are available
for the below conditions:

  • Back Pain Treatment
  • Neck Pain Treatment
  • Knee Pain treatment
  • Frozen Shoulder Treatment
  • Tennis Elbow Treatment
  • Wrist and Hand Pain Treatment
  • Arthritis Treatment
  • Hip Pain Treatment
  • Sciatica Treatment
  • Fibromyalgia Treatment
  • Rheumatic Pain Treatment

Book an appointment with our MSK specialist Physiotherapists today,
for complete recovery and to achieve a full “return to activity” level.


Question: Is physiotherapy better than taking pain medication?

Answer: Pain medicines does not “cure” the condition leading to the pain. They merely numb our brain so its incapable of sensing the pain for a short period of time. Physiotherapy aims to address the underlying causes. Medication may provide temporary relief, but physiotherapy helps improve joint function, reduce inflammation, and enhance overall mobility.

Question: How long will it take to recover from a musculoskeletal injury through physiotherapy?

Answer: The duration of recovery varies based on the type and severity of the injury. A physiotherapist will create a personalized treatment plan, and consistent adherence to exercises and recommendations significantly contributes to a faster and more effective recovery.

Question: Can physiotherapy help with my back pain? How will the treatment be?

Answer: Yes, physiotherapy is effective for back pain. Treatment may involve exercises to strengthen core muscles, manual therapy for joint mobilization, and education on posture and ergonomics to prevent further strain.

Question: Is physiotherapy suitable for arthritis, and how does it benefit patients with this condition?

Answer: Absolutely. Physiotherapy can alleviate arthritis symptoms by improving joint flexibility, reducing pain through modalities like hot/cold packs, and creating tailored exercise plans to maintain joint function.

Question: What is the role of physiotherapy in post-surgery recovery, and how soon should I start?

Answer: Physiotherapy is crucial for post-surgery recovery. The timing varies, but starting as soon as your surgeon recommends helps prevent stiffness, promotes healing, and gradually restores strength and mobility.

Question: Can physiotherapy treat sports injuries, and what techniques are commonly used?

Answer: Yes, physiotherapy is effective for sports injuries. Techniques include therapeutic exercises, soft tissue mobilization, and specific rehabilitation protocols to aid recovery and prevent future injuries.