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Department of Physiotherapy with its exercise-oriented natural approach instead of non-pharmacological method, has assumed the role of non-separable entity for disability treatment. Helping the special children to himself, to defeat overcome his disability and also to become an independent individual in the society – this approach is particularly rewarding in rehabilitation program in such diseases as, Cerebral Palsy, Peripheral Nerve Palsy etc.

Physiotherapy is an integral part of Modern Scientific Medicine. It is a drugless therapy. It is a dynamic Science. During course of time many more modalities are adding to this medical science. It has major role in prevention and medical rehabilitation of the physically challenged.

Physiotherapy has major role in diagnosis, preventive and prognosis of many disorders like PARALYSIS, ORTHOPEDIC CONDITIONS, ARTHRITIS and JOINT DISEASES, CARDIO/RESPIRATORY disorders, from child hood to old age diseases.

Using the International Classification of functioning model, physiotherapist’s interactions with each patient encompasses six elements of patient/client management.

In chronological order these include:

Examination is required prior to initial intervention for all cases. It includes a comprehensive screening and specific testing to determine impairments, activity limitations, and participation restrictions. The three major components of any examination are history, systems review, and tests and measurements.

Evaluation refers to the clinical judgment made based on the clinical findings and history acquired from the examination in concern with knowledge regarding the Specific health condition, Environmental Factors, Body Structure and Function, Personal Activities Participation.

PT Diagnoses are those labels that can identify the impact of a condition on function at the level of the body system.

Prognosis is the determination of predicted optimal level of improvement in function and the amount of time needed to reach that level. In non-school environments, this would be the plan of care, in school or early intervention environments, this would be the Individual Education Plan.

Intervention is the intended interaction of the therapist with the patient/child or other providers/support staff involved with physical management of the patient/child. This may include treatment, coordination, communication, documentation and instruction.

Outcomes are the anticipated, projected goals and objectives from intervention

Physiotherapy – Services

Physiotherapy Department aims at improving functions and developing activities of daily living. Clients are assessed for the function of musculoskeletal, neurological, cardiovascular and pulmonary systems and they are provided with age appropriate goals which are concerned with achieving and restoration of functions. These goals are reviewed periodically and new goals are set to achieve greater function. The clients are provided with regular follow-up and consultation.

This department has the units of

  • Infant screening and early intervention
  • Paediatric Physiotherapy
  • Adult Physiotherapy

Infant Screening and Early Intervention Services

The early intervention services are provided for children at risk/developmental delay from birth to three years. The children are assessed for different developmental aspects such as motor, language, cognitive, Self-help and social skills. Play way method is imparted to stimulate the developmental functioning of the children. A home based program is also prepared and explained to parents to follow the same.

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Paediatric Physiotherapy

Our paediatric physiotherapy team is made up of physiotherapists who have completed additional training to specialise in the assessment and treatment of babies, children and young people with movement difficulties. Children are usually referred to this service by paediatricians, orthopaedic consultants and General Practitioners.

Paediatric Physiotherapy unit provides services for clients with conditions which cause delay to a child's on-going physical development e.g. Cerebral palsy/Down Syndrome, Developmental disabilities and other clients with Multiple Disabilities.

Our paediatric physiotherapists use a range of approaches that are individually tailored to each child’s needs. This may include exercise programmes, postural management, walking aids and other specialist equipments.

Our physiotherapists work in partnership with parents, ensuring that they receive advice and support that enables them to support their child’s condition.

We use standardised tests for assessing and setting goals and timely treatment progression is discussed with the parents with results of tests like Gross Motor Function Classification System (GMFCS), and Manual Ability System for Fine Motor Ability.

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Adult Physiotherapy

Skilled hands-on and machine based techniques are employed to reduce the functional limitations of a person using physical modalities, exercises, assistive devices and therapeutic skills.

Our area of specialization include Chronic Neuro Musculoskeletal Pain Management, Rehabilitation of conditions like Cerebral Palsy, Stroke Hemiplegic, and Postural correction.

We conduct a weekly clinical meeting to discuss the progress of our patients.

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Department of Physiotherapy with its exercise-oriented natural approach instead of non-pharmacological method, has assumed the role of non-separable entity for disability treatment. Helping the special children to himself, to defeat overcome his disability and also to become an independent individual in the society – this approach is particularly rewarding in rehabilitation program in such diseases as, Cerebral Palsy, Peripheral Nerve Palsy etc.

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