Musculoskeletal injuries and disorders result in discomfort and loss of function, resulting in disability. The purpose of rehabilitation medicine is to help people with disabilities regain function. Orthopedic physical therapy has the potential to change someone’s life. After surgery, an injury, an accident, or illness, a qualified physical therapist (PT) can help patients get back on track with their everyday activities. This is because an orthopaedic physical therapist is trained to diagnose and treat disorders affecting any component of your musculoskeletal system. To treat a patient's injury or disease effectively, an orthopaedic physical therapist strives to integrate all of their other physiological systems, particularly their neurological and cardiovascular systems, with their musculoskeletal system. Physical therapists are movement specialists who work with people of all ages and capacities to improve and maintain their function and quality of life. Physical therapists tailor treatment programmes to each person's needs, assisting them in improving their fitness and function, avoiding surgery, reducing opioid and other drug usage, and becoming partners in their care.