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Juvenile Arthritis & It's Optimal Care at ABTP

Updated: Jul 5

Juvenile Arthritis affects 1 out of 1000 children in India, and it is a challenging condition. It impacts mostly small joints in the body affecting joint range of motion, movement, flexibility, and overall well-being. The condition also involves other organs in the body with increasing age of the child. However, physiotherapeutic measures help in reducing the impact of symptoms and aid in pain related to joint inflammation.

Henceforth, Paediatric physiotherapy at ABTP is a powerful tool in managing juvenile arthritis symptoms. The experts at ABTP help children live active and capable lives, leaving behind the shadows of discomfort.

Juvenile Arthritis (JA) & its Symptoms

JA can lead to inflammation in the joints and can affect one or many joints. The symptoms of this condition can vary, depending upon the adversity of the condition. Some common symptoms include:

 a. Joint Pain

 b. Joint Stiffness

 c. Limited Mobility

 d. Low Energy Levels / Fatigue

 Juvenile Arthritis & Physiotherapy at ABTP

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The physiotherapy Experts at ABTP, cater to the paediatric issues carefully. By providing personalised treatment options and personal attention, the specific needs of every child are consciously addressed. This offers the kid independence from pain and also alleviates limited mobility patterns.


The Experts at ABTP, focus on maintaining the joint function by providing personalised training programs. We primarily focus on soothing the muscle tension by including training techniques that offer muscle relaxation. The complex nature of this technique needs to be managed effectively and the Paediatric physiotherapists at ABTP regularly assess and train the affected individuals. A comprehensive treatment plan for the Juvenile Arthritis promotes supported growth and allows the child to perform daily activities independently.

Physiotherapy imparted at the center includes:

1.       Pain relief

2.       Range of Motion Exercises

3.       Injury Prevention Tips & Techniques

4.       Orthotics to Maintain Bone and Joint Alignment

5.       Ability to Do Daily Activities Independently

Under the supervision of the Experts better clinical outcomes are assured as the physical therapy treats pain, weakness, limited range of motion and reduced physical activity in this condition. With regular physical training at ABTP, the complications such as joint stiffness, deformity, muscle contractures can be controlled, boosting the quality of life. The comprehensive approach adopted by the paediatric physiotherapists, helps the kids overcome the difficulties of joint deformities.

Our Commitment towards personalized care ensures that each child receives the necessary support to regain mobility and lead a qualitative life.

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