• Physiotherapy/Physical Therapy is a health care profession that aims to develop, maintain and    restore maximum functional ability throughout life.
• Physical examination to arrive at a diagnosis and establish a management plan, and when    necessary, incorporate the results of laboratory and imaging studies. Physical therapy has many    specialties including cardiopulmonary, geriatrics, neurological,sports, manual, orthopedic and    pediatrics to name some of the more common areas.
• Muscle strength evaluation and quantification.
• Physiotherapy exercises to maintain and increase joint range of motion.
• Evaluate and train sitting and standing balance.
• Physical therapy exercises to increase strength, endurance and coordination for other specific muscle    groups or the entire body.
• Use various physical therapy modalities such as both superficial and deep heat and cold as well    as hydrotherapy techniques, electrical stimulation, traction and massage for pain relief.
• Aid in home evaluation to make the environment barrier free and accessible.
• Assess the patient's wheelchair needs, including maintenance and assist with individualized    wheelchair prescriptions.
• Progressive gait training with or without ambulatory aids.
• Exercises to reduce spasticity.