Physical therapy refers to the health care which is related to the diagnosis and treatment of the individuals who suffer from medical issues. They also relate to the health related conditions which affect their functional activity in the routine lives. The individuals face problems in motility, performance of daily activities, and movements. Physical therapy aims to reduce the pain and use the various techniques of treatment which help one to move and restore the function. Prevention of disability and having an independent functional life is the aim of physical therapy.
Wellness and fitness are developed even before the development of immobility with the programs which promote a healthier and active lifestyle. An established scientific and theoretical basis is provided for the physical therapy which help and assist the individual in maintenance, restoration, and the promotion of an active and optimal physical function. The physical therapists engage in a variety of functions for the examination purpose and the record history of client, conduct a review of the physical systems, and finally the performance tests and measures which identify the existing problems and potential. The goals of the therapy are discussed with the client along with the intervention strategies, re-examination procedures, modification of interventions, expected outcomes, anticipated goals, and the development and implementation of the discharge plans.