Physical treatment deals with enhancing the muscle and structural support of the tendons and tissues following an acute or chronic insult. The aim of physical treatment is to restore action without affecting the normal recovery process.
Occupational therapy deals with helping individuals in Adapting to their injuries in order to maximize productivity and operational independence. An occupational therapist aids in optimizing freedom with the help of equipment and devices after an injury which may result in permanent disability.
Occupational therapists play a preventative role by guiding normal people to work with their bodies rather than contrary to their own bodies that are a leading cause of aggravated wear and tear tissue damage and injuries.
Physical therapists use their vast knowledge of the human musculoskeletal system, body, and physiological performance of muscles, ligaments, and tendons in order to restore mobility and a full range of joint activity.
A physical therapist works shortly after the injury in the Initial recovery course after primary injury while the professional services of occupational therapists are usually needed in the rehab course once the patient has completely recovered from the initial accident.
Provision of physical treatment may improve the situation and Freedom of people. Physical therapists execute interventive therapies such as acupuncture, massage, manual and exercises therapies to enhance the functioning of the human body.
Occupational therapy is done when the patient has fully Recovered and the sole purpose is to enhance the quality of life by not letting the handicap to affect the life span of individuals. Occupational therapists modify the surroundings and also the lifestyle mainly; instead of devising any treatment modalities.