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Physiotherapy



Physiotherapy

DR.NAIR’S HOSPITAL

PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION DEPARTMENT

The Physiotherapy department is responsible for providing pre and post operative physiotherapeutic intervention. The team provide

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  1. ADULT-NEURO REHABILITATION

 

  • Bell’s Palsy
  • Stroke
  • Guillian Barre Syndrome
  • Vertigo
  • Nerve injury

The following treatment options are available

  • Nerve stimulation
  • Muscle strengthening
  • Balance and Gait training
  • Functional training

 

  1. MUSCULO-SKELETAL REHABILITATION

 

Most common conditions treated by us:

  • Low back pain
  • Frozen shoulder
  • Post fracture stiffness
  • Osteoarthritis of knee ankle pain ( Calcaneal spar, Plantar fasciitis)
  • Cervical radiculopathy
  • Lumbar radiculopathy
  • Post joint replacement rehabilitation

The following treatment options are available

  • Electro therapy
  • Muscle strengthening
  • Manipulation
  • Muscle stretching
  1. Cardio vascular and pulmonary rehabilitation

The following are the common conditions treated by us:

  • Coronary artery bypass graft (CABG)
  • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
  • Bronchial asthma

The following treatment options are available

  • Pre-operative physiotherapy
  • Relaxation Techniques for Breathing
  • Postural Drainage
  1. Ante Natal Physiotherapy
  • Counselling for the new mothers to be exercises to prevent back pain
  • Kegel’s exercises for bladder re-training
  1. Post Natal Physiotherapy
  • To help the common improve muscle tone
  • To prevent back pain after child birth
  • To help them achieve abdominal tone and proper posture

 

Technology & infrastructure

  • Interferential therapy- for chronic pain post surgical pains
  • Short wave diathermy- for acute pain relief improving circulation, muscle relaxation etc.
  • Ultra sound -for localized pain relief reduce muscle spasm
  • Intermittent lumbar traction- for relieving pressure on the spine improves circulation to the tissues and pain relief.
  • Intermittent cervical traction- for relive neck pain and radiating pain in the arms.

 

 

FACILITIES INCLUDE

  • Physiotherapy Centre is a comprehensive Rehabilitation Centre for differently abled, initiated by Dr. Nair’s Hospital with a view to offer a positive outlook in the life of the patient’s. Our Physiotherapist works closely with surgeons and nurses to ensure a team approach in the days following surgery. Our department is within the hospital this help us to we have provide excellent facilities and to optimize our treatments.

TREATMENTS AVAILABLE

  • Physiotherapy, that offers a comprehensive inpatient service with scientific and customized rehabilitation
  • following complex joint replacements,
  • Ligament re-construction, primary and revision.
  • surgery stabilizing

           Pre- and post operative exercise program with exercise booklets for patients

  • Chronic pain management advice
  • Patient specific exercise prescriptions
  • Structural exercise classes and programmes ( ACL reconstruction class, shoulder class, Osteo Arthritic class)
  • Electrotherapy
  • Functional restoration programme for those with long standing pain.
  • Paediatric cases include Cerebral Palsy, Delayed milestone, Quadriplegic C.P Large treatment area
  • Individual treatment rooms for private consultation or treatment sections.
  • One to one exercise programmes set up with physiotherapist specific to your condition.

Physiotherapy treatment available in Dr. Nair’s hospital

Ankylosing spondylitis
This is a chronic progressive inflammatory stiffing involves hip and knee.


Bursitis
Inflammation of the bursa resulting pain swelling, redness, reduced joint range of motion.


CTEV
This is a congenital deformity of foot, difficulty in walking, foot turned inward.


Carpal tunnel syndmme
Compression of median nerve. Patient affected is usually middle age.


Dequervain’s syndromme
Golfer’s elbow
Tennie’s elbow

Inflammation of the lateral epicondyls result in pain, swelling.


Spondylosis
Cervical spondylosis

Degeneration of the cervical spine result in pain radiating to the neck, elbow and wrist.
PA shoulder
Pain radiating to the shoulder joint.


RA
Cervical rib
Supracondylar fracture
Bell's palsy


Cerebral plasy (CP) Non progressive brain damage resulting in lack of balance.


Erb’s Plasy (EP)
Parkinsons Disease

This condition involves slowness of movement, depression, difficulty in speaking.


Myasthenia gravis
Mucular dystrophy
CVA

This is an acute onset of neurological dysfunction arising from smoking, hypertension, cardiac disease.


Poliomyelitis
Transverse myelitis
    =/ Wrist/Fracture
    = elbow
    =Shoulder toirt
Winging of scapula
Scoliosis

CDH

ACL tear [Anterior cruciate ligament tear]

ACL ligament mainly damaged in hyper extention injury of the knee, anterior dislocation of tibia and its antro- posterior mobility.


Medical meniscal injury


Dupuytren's contracture
Flexion deformity of one or more finger.