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Specialised Rehabilitation Program

Rehabilitation focuses on gaining functional independence in activities of daily living (ADL), participation in employment, recreation, and education, as well as persons obtaining meaningful roles in everyday life. Clearly, rehabilitation is critical in reaching not just individual health advantages, but also an overall universal health aim that allows for the construction of a healthy and functional global population. Rehabilitation is a critical service provided at all levels of the healthcare system. Many people who do not have long-term disabilities will require rehabilitation treatments at some time in their life.

  • Sports Injuries
  • The majority of sports injuries (muscle strains, ligament sprains, bruising, and so on) are caused by overuse or abuse of a muscle or joint. There are, however, preventative measures that can dramatically lower the chance of damage. The Department of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation's physiotherapists assist people of all ages and lifestyles in achieving their desired degree of active living and physical functioning. They can assist sports fans gain mobility, reduce pain, build strength, and improve balance and cardiovascular function by using their expertise and understanding of the human body in motion. Physiotherapists not only cure injuries, but also teach people how to avoid discomfort and damage, which might limit their activities.

  • Neurological Disorders
  • The department's team is dedicated to restoring function in persons suffering from a wide range of crippling injuries and diseases. Therapists address not only the physical elements of injury or sickness, but also the individual's social, emotional, and occupational well-being. Their physiotherapy and rehabilitation practise is focused on a holistic and comprehensive approach to medical care for those who have had a disability as a consequence of an injury, disease process, or developmental condition.

    Inpatient and outpatient neurological rehabilitation programmes are available. A professional neurological rehabilitation team focuses on patients and their families, assisting them in developing short and long-term therapy objectives for recovery.

  • Post Joint Replacement and Trauma
  • Joint replacement is a procedure that replaces the damaged surface of a joint. It may be used to treat both acute injuries, such as those sustained in an accident and normal wear and tear. When a person's joint becomes so worn out that it causes pain, discomfort, and limited movement. Joint replacement surgery is complicated, and it becomes even more so when the treatment is performed on a trauma victim. Physiotherapy is vital and useful for people who have lost strength as a result of the operation. It enables patients to return to their normal lives more quickly and effectively. At Park Hospital, our professionals work quickly to restore the joint's strength and flexibility.

  • Cardiac Surgeries
  • The department includes a Heart Rehabilitation Program that assists patients suffering from various cardiac diseases in achieving maximum physical function. It consists of a patient examination, exercise, education, counseling, risk factor management, and learning how to live a better lifestyle. The programme is a safe and effective strategy to help people heal quicker, get stronger, reduce stress, lower their chances of future cardiac issues, and live longer.

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