Why do I hurt after physical therapy?
Drink water >> Soreness after a physical therapy session may be related to local inflammation, which produces waste products the body needs to eliminate.
Drinking water throughout the day after a session will enable your body to process any toxins that had released into your blood stream..
Can you feel worse after physio?
In many injuries, there is a short period of discomfort after your treatment, before you notice those positive changes. If you find you feel better straight away after a Physiotherapy appointment, be grateful that your body responds so well.
Can PT make an injury worse?
As long as you can get to the clinic safely, even if someone else has to drive you, PTs can likely do something to make you feel better. Lastly, your PT should rarely do anything that makes your pain worse and if they do, perhaps they’re not the right fit for you.
Can physical therapy do more harm than good?
But some techniques aren’t backed by sound science and can even do more harm than good. And some physical therapists perform proven remedies improperly or spend too much time on things that you can do without their guidance.
How many times a week should you do physical therapy?
Most practitioners recommend three visits per week initially for a patient to receive optimal benefits immediate post-diagnosis. After your initial evaluation, your physical therapist will advise you as to the optimal frequency of visits.