Your state of mind when you are about to go to your very first physiotherapy session would likely not be all that stable if you think about it. After all, the conditions that precipitated you requiring therapy in the first place were probably not all that pleasant to begin with. To top it all off, you are most likely worried about whether or not physiotherapy would actually work out for you since you are now experiencing drastically reduced mobility and as a result of the fact that this is the case you will obviously be concerned about the likelihood that it could be restored in its entirety.
Such a fragile state of mind can result in even the simplest of decisions seeming more or less impossible for you to come to terms with, such as deciding what to wear. Suffice it to say that ProMelius physiotherapy does not have any kind of strict dress code. However, that doesn’t mean that there isn’t an ideal type of clothing that you should wear. Wearing light layers might be useful for you without a shadow of a doubt due to the reason that it would prevent your clothes from restricting your mobility any further than is already the case.
Something loose and comfortable is probably going to be the best thing for you to put onto your skin. You need to feel at ease while you are undergoing physiotherapy, otherwise your muscles and joints might tense up and that would result in the therapy becoming a lot less effective. Your clothing matters, but at the same time you shouldn’t be too obsessive about it because things will only get easier from here on out.