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Physiotherapy is a profession of health sciences, characterized by seeking the appropriate development of the functions that produce the body’s systems, where his good or malfunction, affects the kinetics or human body movement. It intervenes when human beings have lost or are at risk of losing or altering temporarily or permanently proper movement and thereby form the physical functions by using scientifically proven techniques. The professional in this area receives the title of Doctor or Physiotherapist.

The World Health Organization (WHO) defines in 1958 to physiotherapy as “the science of treatment through:. Physical means, therapeutic exercise, massage therapy and electrotherapy addition, Physiotherapy includes the execution of electrical tests and manuals to determine the value of affectation and muscular strength tests to determine functional capabilities, the joint range of motion and vital capacity measures as well as diagnostic aids for control of evolution. ”

For its part, the World Conference for Physical Therapy (WCPT) in 1967 defines Physiotherapy from two points of view:

  • From the relational or external appearance, as “one of the mainstays of therapy, of which provides medicine to cure, prevent and retrain patients; these pillars consist of pharmacology, surgery, psychotherapy and physiotherapy “
  • From the substantial or internal aspect, like “Art and Science of physical treatment, ie, the set of techniques by applying physical agents cure, prevent, recover and readjust to susceptible patients receiving physical therapy”

Physiotherapy is a free, independent and autonomous profession.

What deal?

  • Traumatology: sprains, fractures, contractures,
  • Sports medicine: recovery of athletes, training, fitness,
  • Rheumatology: osteoarthritis, arthritis,
  • Neurology and Thoracic Surgery: bronchitis, asthma, cardiac interventions,
  • plastic surgery: liposuction, nasal septum interventions …
  • General surgery: preoperative and postoperative.
  • Neurology: cerebral palsy, hemispheric, degenerative diseases of the nervous system,
  • Obstetrics: childbirth preparation, postpartum reeducation, urinary incontinence,
  • Geriatrics: Muscular degenerative diseases, prolonged immobilization,

Physiotherapy

What is Physiotherapy

We are the official master in Delhi that addresses the techniques, concepts, principles, modes of assessment in neurological patients (pediatric and adult), both at a young age and adulthood.

We treat patients with:

♦  Ataxias
♦  Spinal Cord Injuries
♦  Spinal Cord Injuries
♦  Neuropathies
♦  Nerve Injuries
♦  Myopathies
♦  Multiple Sclerosis
♦  Parkinso

Our Techniques:

a)  Neuro developmental Treatment,
b)  Functional rehabilitation,
c)  Remedial Exercises,
d)  Speech Therapy,
e)  Orthotist,
f)  Occupational Therapy,
g)  Motor Learning (Carr & Shepherd approach)
h)  Sensory Integration
i)   Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation techniques

Physiotherapy - Neurology

Physiotherapy Neurology

What are the aims of physiotherapy in childhood?

  • Help the child to reach their full potential independence.
  • Encourage participating in activities of daily living either at home, at school or in the community.
  • Provide support to the family, walking together, with shared objectives.
  • Interdisciplinary collaboration mode with other professionals caring for the children and their families: health, educational and social.

We treat:

♦ Cerebral Palsy
♦ Erb’s palsy
♦ Hereditary Neuropathies
♦ Autism
♦ ADHDs
♦ Kids with other Sensory Integration Disorders
♦ CTEV
♦ Achondroplasia Multiplex
♦ Congenita
♦ Torticollis

Our Technique:

♦ NDT approach
♦ Speech therapist
♦ Sensory integration
♦ Orthotist
♦ Occupational therapy
♦ Special Educator

Physiotherapy Pediatrics

Physiotherapy Pediatrics

Physiotherapy Traumatology and Orthopaedic

The trauma and orthopedic physiotherapy is a specialized area within the physical therapy that focuses on an accurate assessment, diagnosis and treatment of muscular injuries. Muscular injuries are injuries to joints, muscles, bone, soft tissue and / or nerves. The most common diseases are treated sore neck and back, and shoulder injuries , hip and knee. we treat

♦  Cervical radiculopathies
♦  Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
♦  Cervicogenic Headache
♦  Frozen Shoulder
♦  Rotator Cuff Injuries
♦  Trapezius
♦ Back Pain
♦ SI Joint Dysfunction
♦ Lumbar Radiculopathies
♦ Coccydenia
♦ Osteo Arthritis – Knee, Hip
♦ Rheumatoid Arthritis
♦ Ankylosing Spondylitis
♦ TM Joint Dysfunction
♦ Meniscus Injuries
♦ Ligament Injuries
♦ Joint Dislocations
♦ Plantar Fascitis
♦ Heel Pain
♦ Knee Replacement
♦ Hip Replacement
♦ Post-Fracture
♦ Tennis Elbow
♦ Golfer’s Elbow
♦ Carpal Tunnel
♦ Wrist Ganglion

Physiotherapy - Orthopedic

physiotherapy orthopedic

Geriatric Physical Therapy.

The Geriatrics is the medical specialty devoted to the study of the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of diseases in old age or elderly, starting at 60-65 years.

The geriatric physiotherapy is a particular discipline of physiotherapy , not by the techniques employed but their modes of application and adaptation to the elderly.

The increased rate of life makes these patients are increasingly numerous and thus adaptations physiotherapy are increasingly important to facilitate the achievement or improving their functional, psychological and psychomotor skills.

We treat:

a) Osteoporosis
b) Arthritis
c) Alzheimer’s Disease
d) Cancer
e) Joint Replacement,
f) Hip Replacement & More..
g) Chronic Obstructive Airways Disease (Emphysema,Asthma, Chronic Bronchitis)
h) Following general surgery
i) General medical conditions
j) Following cardiac surgery
k) Following most types of thoracic surgery
l) Heart attacks
Techniques Used:
1) Breathing techniques either to reduce shortness of breath or
increase lung expansion.
2) Patient positioning
3) Sputum clearance with percussion, vibrations, coughing, deep
breathing, suction.
4) Mobilizing: sitting out of bed, or walking.
5) Graded exercise programs.
6) Graded walking program.

Geriatric

Geriatric Physiotherapy

Physical therapy in peripheral vascular disease

Peripheral vascular disease is a disorder of the slow and progressive movement that encompasses a number of symptoms that affect arterial, lymphatic and venous vessels. The organs receiving the blood supply through the various vessels, such as the brain, heart and lower extremities, can stop receiving adequate blood flow to normal operation. But the upper and lower extremities and feet are the most affected, which is why it is called peripheral vascular disease. In Spain 5% of adults over age 50 and 20% of adults over 70 years develop this disease. It is an increasingly common with clinical manifestations, in most cases, oligosymptomatic or asymptomatic condition. The condition of the various vessels share common risk factors, together with a parallel focus on preventive, diagnostic and physiotherapy intervention.

Among all manifestations of return system, chronic venous insufficiency is demanding greater consultation physiotherapy as a result of complications arising during natural evolution.

The physiotherapy treatment, together with the modification of risk factors, can prevent serious circulatory events or lessen the painful symptoms. In developed countries promoting vascular health is very important because this disease affects an important sector of society, with significant impact on the labor field. Therefore, through the various contributions from the field of physiotherapy presented in the articles in this monograph, it helps to facilitate the prevention, treatment and reintegration into society of patients with peripheral vascular disease.

We treat:

a) Varicose Veins.
b) Heaviness and pain in the legs.
c) vascular surgery.
d) post-cancer surgeries.
Technique Used:
Intermittent Pneumatic Compression therapy which is a pressure therapy system in which patient is made to wear garments and pressure is applied in different modes which helps in symptomatic relief of heaviness and pain in the legs.
It improves blood circulation & stimulation Lymphatic Drainage as well. It is very effective in reducing swelling seen in legs.

VASCULAR - PHYSIOTHERAPY

Vascular Physiotherapy

The Sports Physiotherapy is a specialization of physiotherapy, which is aimed at all those who perform a sports practiced regularly, either within a basic, amateur, d’elite and / or sports-health practice.

In this case, the function of Physio Sport, will be the implementation of treatment by physical agents such as electrotherapy, thermotherapy (heat), manual therapy, hydrotherapy and therapeutic exercises in different special techniques to focus their objectives, intended solely for recovery and sports rehabilitation of the injured patient.

Likewise, the Sports Physiotherapist, you must have knowledge both anatomical, physiological, such as pathomechanical knowledge of sports injury. This conduct from a physician Diagnostic Checks (normally Traumatology), a protocol and a proper exercise and customized treatment to each case therapeutical tables.

I emphasize stress the utmost importance i priority by the physiotherapist, inicidir in preventing injuries athlete, creating as we have mentioned above, a protocol customized to each treatment, as well as specific treatment pre-competition and immediately postcompeticion.

We treat patients of:

a)  Tennis Elbow
b)  Golfers Elbow
c)  Spinal Cord Injuries
d)  Muscle strain
e)  Ligament sprain
f)  Joint efflusion
g)  Stress injury
Technique we Used:
a) Combination Current
b) Electro Physical Agents
c) Specific exercise programme

Sports Injury

Sports Injury Physiotherapy

WE TREAT:
a) Chronic Obstructive Airways Disease
b) Emphysema, Asthma, Chronic Bronchitis)
c) Following general surgery
d) General medical conditions
e) Following cardiac surgery
f) Following most types of thoracic surgery
g) Heart attacks

 

Techniques Used:
a) Breathing techniques either to reduce shortness of breath or
increase lung expansion
b) Patient positioning.
c) Sputum clearance with percussion, vibrations, coughing, deep
breathing, suction.
d) Mobilizing: sitting out of bed, or walking.
e) Graded exercise programs.
f) Graded walking program.

Cardio Pulmonary

CardioPulmonary

Ideally, your recovery after surgery should be as fast and convenient as possible. Postoperative care of patients is critical to the success of surgery. Although it is not possible to eliminate all disk comfort today really is possible to experience minimal discomfort and a quick return to normal activities.

This multidisciplinary approach between your plastic surgeon, anesthesiologist and physical therapist makes the experiences of our patients and their comments have been very rewarding, transforming what looks like a negative experience -postoperative- in a process coordinated.

The application of preoperative skin antiseptics with postoperative physiotherapy treatments will accelerate healing.

We treat Physiotherapy after any kind of surgeries like:

a) Orthopedic,
b) Gastrointestinal
c) Cardiac Surgeries
d) Cancer Surgery,
e) chemotherapy.

Techniques Used:

a) Chest Physiotherapy
b) Limb Physiotherapy
c) Mobilization of the Patients
d) Conditioning Towards Normal

Post Operative

Post Operative

We provide a wide range of physiotherapy services that address the unique health problems of women. We provide a professional approach to treating around that is comfortable and private.

For women with physical limitations, we offer physiotherapy programs and customized to meet individual needs and goals of welfare rehabilitation. Specific treatment regimens are determined after a thorough assessment, and may include a combination of the latest techniques or manual exercises. We also offer a variety of therapies aimed to help women improve their health and well-being at every stage of life.

We Treat:
• Back Pain
• Pelvis Pain
• Hip Pain
• Joint Pain
• Continence Problems
• Difficulty Exercising
• Postural Problems
• Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction
• Pelvic floor Problems
• Stomach muscle problems
• Pelvic floor Problems
• Return to fitness
• Over weight
• Protruding belly
• Heavy hips and thigh
Techniques Used:
1) Prenatal exercises
2) Post natal exercises
3) Cellulite deep heat
4) 12 channel Slimmer
5) Tummy tuck
6) I-Lipo
7) Body massage
8) Vacuum Therapy

Women Health

Women Health

We want you always happy!

It takes forty muscles to wrinkle a forhead, but only fifteen to smile.

According to one famous psychologist, the smile we are “better”. This is because this facial expression, among other things, reducing high blood pleasure or stress hormone.

“It is a kind of valve which, along with exercise helps release tension. Therefore, hospitals are increasingly introducing more laughter therapy techniques. It decreases both anxiety and stress.

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