Our Physiotherapy Department is dedicated in providing world class rehabilitation services for both inpatients and outpatients,. Our well qualified physiotherapists treat a range of conditions and work with all ages and use various technologies to offer the right treatment thereby enhancing the quality of life. The patient-centered environment offers rehabilitation for sports injury cases, spinal injury, joint pathologies, post-surgical rehabilitation and rehabilitation of neurological conditions through the below options:
Hydrotherapy: The department’s unique aquatic rehabilitation program consists of supervised exercises performed in the water. Here patients can perform each exercise while standing in the water, holding onto the side of the pool or by using a flotation device. Water provides a safe and effective method for healing injuries and goes a long way in restoring patient confidence and increasing mobility. Using the underwater treadmill takes of weight but strengthens the muscles.
Robowalk: The system is designed for the analysis and treatment of gait disorders in neurologic, orthopedic or geriatric rehabilitation. The patient moves in a virtual walking environment and whilst observing his footprints, performs tasks that require a continual variation of his gait and balancing. Postural control, as well as coordination skills, are checked and trained as a result.
David Spine Concept: This concept uses carefully targeted movement and controlled loading to reverse the deconditioning syndrome related to back pain. Individualized programs are planned based on a questionnaire, physical evaluations and tests. Most back disorders can be treated successfully with this concept. These include unspecific back pain, degenerative changes, herniations and post-operative situations.
• Ultrasound therapy
• Shock wave therapy
• Heat/Ice therapy
• Paraffin therapy
• Cervical and lumbar traction
• Kinesiology tape
• Manual therapy
• Balance and coordination program
• Strengthening exercises
• Back strengthening program
• Gait analysis and training