Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation

The Department of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation at Sri Balaji Action Medical Institute provides a broad spectrum of rehabilitative services tailored to meet the specific and unique needs of each patient. Their approach encompasses detailed assessment, treatment planning, and hands-on therapy to address a wide range of conditions, from orthopedic injuries to neurological disorders. The Department is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and cutting-edge equipment to support the delivery of high-quality physiotherapy services. This includes specialized exercise equipment, modalities, and technology-assisted interventions that enhance the effectiveness of rehabilitation.

Some of the conditions and disorders that the Physiotherapy department treats:

  • Orthopedic Physiotherapy: This specialized area of physiotherapy focuses on the treatment of musculoskeletal conditions. Whether it's recovering from TKR, THR, a sports injury, rehabilitating after orthopedic surgery, or managing chronic pain conditions like arthritis, the orthopedic physiotherapists at the institute employ a range of techniques to improve mobility, reduce pain, and enhance function. This may include exercises, manual therapy, and modalities like Laser, IFT, TENS ultrasound or electrical stimulation.
  • Neurological Physiotherapy: For individuals with neurological conditions such as stroke, Parkinson's disease, or multiple sclerosis, specialized neurological physiotherapy is crucial. The physiotherapists at Sri Balaji Action Medical Institute are trained to work with patients with neurological disorders, helping them regain movement, improve balance, and regain independence. They employ evidence-based techniques to facilitate neuroplasticity and optimize recovery.
  • Cardiorespiratory Physiotherapy: Patients recovering from cardiac or respiratory conditions benefit greatly from cardiorespiratory physiotherapy. This area of focus involves exercises and interventions to improve cardiovascular endurance and respiratory function. It is particularly valuable for individuals who have undergone cardiac surgery or are managing chronic respiratory conditions.
  • Pediatric Physiotherapy: The department also offers specialized care for children. Pediatric physiotherapists are trained to address a range of developmental and musculoskeletal issues in children. This may include interventions for conditions like cerebral palsy, developmental delays, and musculoskeletal disorders. Early intervention is crucial for optimal outcomes, and the pediatric physiotherapists at Sri Balaji Action Medical Institute work closely with families to support a child's development.
  • Women's Health Physiotherapy: Women's health physiotherapy addresses conditions specific to women, such as pregnancy-related musculoskeletal issues, pelvic floor dysfunction, and antenatal and postnatal program. The physiotherapists in this area provide specialized exercises and interventions to support women's health and well-being.
  • Pain Management and Rehabilitation: For individuals dealing with chronic pain conditions, the institute offers comprehensive pain management and rehabilitation services. The physiotherapists employ a multidisciplinary approach, working in conjunction with pain specialists, to develop personalized treatment plans that focus on improving function and quality of life.
  • Sports Rehabilitation: Patient recovering from sports injuries such as ACL, PCL, Meniscus injuries receive specialized care through sports rehabilitation services. The physiotherapists work closely with such patients to design tailored rehabilitation programs that not only facilitate recovery but also aim to prevent future injuries and back to sports activities.

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Physiotherapy, also known as physical therapy, is a healthcare profession that focuses on improving and restoring movement and function in individuals who are affected by injury, illness, or disability. It involves a range of techniques and exercises to promote physical well-being.

Physiotherapy can be beneficial for a wide range of conditions, including musculoskeletal injuries (like sprains, strains, and fractures), back pain, neurological disorders (such as stroke or Parkinson's disease), sports injuries, post-operative rehabilitation, and chronic pain.

In a physiotherapy session, the therapist will assess your condition, including your range of motion, strength, and any pain or discomfort you may be experiencing. They will then develop a personalized treatment plan which may include exercises, manual therapy, and other techniques.

Physiotherapy plays a crucial role in rehabilitation after surgery, injury, or illness. It helps individuals regain strength, mobility, and function. Physiotherapists work closely with patients to design exercise programs that target specific areas of weakness or limitation.

In many countries, you do not need a referral from a doctor to see a physiotherapist. You can seek physiotherapy services directly. However, in some cases, insurance providers or specific healthcare systems may require a referral for coverage, so it's best to check with your local guidelines.