Physical therapists restore mobility & function, reduce pain and/or prevent disability. Common conditions where Physiotherapy can help include paralysis from Cerebral Stroke, Frozen Shoulder, Tennis Elbow etc.
Nerve pain may be caused by a pinched or damaged nerve. While focusing on the nerve is important, it is also necessary to manage the surrounding muscle spasms (if any).
Heat compression is often found to be a useful home-remedy for nerve pains. Apart from this, stretching & strengthening exercises are also helpful.
One of the major issues faced by Stroke patients are limb paralysis (inability to move the limb) or weakness in the affected limbs. Physiotherapy will help restore the functionality of the limbs. Also, some stroke patients suffer from speech impairments where Physiotherapists can be useful for vocal rehabilitation.
Strengthening muscles around the hip joint to increase flexibility are modes of rehabilitation for hip injuries.
The exercises should be prescribed by a trained professional depending on the impact and extent of injuries.