Physiotherapy for Musculoskeletal/Orthopedic Conditions & Rehabilitation.
The Musculoskeletal & Orthopedic Physiotherapy team focuses on treating diverse traumatic and pathological conditions of the bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, soft tissue injuries, inflammatory conditions, both Pre and Post Operatively, Sports injuries, sprains, strains, and educational advice on injury prevention
Physiotherapists at Aditya Birla have been the Official Physiotherapists and Health Partners for the IPL team of Pune Warriors for the year 2013 and to several other local tournaments.
Some common conditions catered are:
• Arthroscopy of hip
• Hip resurfacing
• Revision hip replacement
• Total hip replacement
• Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction
• Arthroscopy of knee
• Total knee replacement
• Unicompartmental knee replacement
• Arthroscopy of shoulder
• Spinal decompression
• Spinal discectomy
• Spinal fusion
Physiotherapy for Neurological/Neurosurgical Conditions & Rehabilitation
The Neuro Physiotherapy team helps restore patients to maximum function and independence through an intense and comprehensive course of treatment regimen and rehabilitation. We offer most effective interventional management and disability treatment through:
• A fully integrated team approach
• Physiotherapy (PT)
• Occupational therapy (OT)
• Speech and language therapy (SLT)
Treatment programs may include:
• Re-educating normal movement patterns
• Developing gross and fine motor skills
• Improving equilibrium and balance
• Improving standing and quality of walking
• Balance exercises
• Offering guidance and advice to family and carers
Neuro physiotherapy and rehabilitation combines the use of its experience and skills with hands-on treatment with exercise to aid improvement with modern equipments like the GIGER and the Biofeed back MENTAMOVE.
Conditions mainly include:
• Peripheral nerve injury
• Head injury
• Facial Palsy
• Motor Neurone Disease
• Guillain Barre Syndrome
• Multiple Sclerosis
• Parkinson’s disease
• Transverse Myelitis
• Post Stem cell Physiotherapy for both Children and adults
Physiotherapy for Cardiac/Pulmonary Conditions & Rehabilitation
Cardiac rehabilitation program enables the patient to:
• Recover faster and feel better
• Improve stamina and strength
• Improve quality of life.The program offers a series of exercise regimes for the purpose of treating patients with cardiac conditions both, pre and postoperative. With conservative medical management for risk cases
Cardiac rehabilitation offers two programs:
• Cardiac Rehabilitation for post cardiac event recovery
• Primary Prevention or the Wellness program for those who have high risk factors that may lead to a cardiac event
• In each category we have special designed programs based on patient needs
Physiotherapy for Paediatric Conditions – Pediatric Rehabilitation
Physiotherapy for Women’s Health (Antenatal Care, Post Natal Care)
Ergonomics/Occupational Health Service
a) Occupational Therapy for children
• Occupational therapist – work with children those who are disruption in function in one or more of the following the areas:
• Gross Motor Skills – Movement of the large muscles in the arms, and legs. Abilities like rolling, crawling, walking, running, jumping,
• Fine Motor Skills – Movement and dexterity of the small muscles in the hands and fingers. Abilities like in-hand manipulation, reaching, carrying, shifting small objects)
• Cognitive Perceptual Skills – Abilities like attention, concentration, memory, comprehending information, thinking, reasoning, problem solving, and understanding concept of shape, size and colors.
• Sensory Integration – ability to take in, sort out, and respond to the input received from the world. Sensory processing abilities like vestibular, proprioceptive, tactile, visual, auditory, gustatory and olfactory skills.
• Visual Motor Skills – a child’s movement based on the perception of visual information. Abilities like copying.
• Motor Planning Skills – ability to plan, implement and sequence motor tasks.
• Oral Motor Skills – movement of muscles in the mouth, lips, tongue, and jaw, including sucking, biting, chewing, blowing and licking)
• Play skills – to develop age appropriate, purposeful play skills
• Socio-emotional skills – ability to interact with peers and others.
• Activities of daily living – Self-care skills like daily dressing, feeding, grooming and toilet tasks. Also environment manipulation like handling switches, door knobs, phones, TV remote etc.i. Occupational therapy in Musculoskeletal disorders like:
• Orthopedics conditions
• Hand rehabilitation
• Application of ergonomic principles
• Prostheses and orthoses
ii. Occupational therapy in Cardio-respiratory rehabilitation like:
• Cardiac and pulmonary conditions
• Industrial health
• Strength training and work fitness in athletics
• Energy conservation, work simplification
iii. Occupational therapy in Neurosciences like:
• Cognitive rehabilitation
• Neuropath logical conditions
• Neurodegenerative disorders
iv. Occupational therapy in Developmental Disabilities like:
• Genetic conditions
• Pediatric neurological conditions
• Attention deficit hyper activity disorder
• Autisim spectrum disorder
• Pervasive developmental disorder
• Mental retardation
• Learning disability
• Cerebral palsy
• Developmental delay
v. Occupational therapy in Mental Health
• Preventive and current practices in psychosocial conditions.
• Therapeutic media and methods.
• Intervention in common psychiatric conditions.
A Yoga’ means union in Sanskrit and is bases on an ancient practice and discipline which seeks to create harmony between mind, body and spirit; it is a practice suitable for all age groups.
At ABMH, Physiotherapy is combined with ‘Therapeutic’ Yoga in order to make the body become supple, which in time improves the strength of the muscles, correct the alignment of the body, improve posture and lower the risk of suffering.
With the focus on the integral management of the patient, Yoga is integrated in the Physiotherapy management of the patients. It offers a holistic approach treatment, focusing not only on the physical but also the mental wellbeing of the patient.
Yoga is recommended in Post Cardiac surgical conditions, post- natal period, and chronic respiratory conditions, long standing cases of Low back pain, migraine and rheumatic and geriatric conditions.
The benefits of Yoga as a part of Physiotherapy are:
• Boosts physical strength, stamina, and flexibility
• Intensifies tolerance to pain
• Brings down stress/ depression and promotes relaxation
• Improves blood circulation and immune system
• Infuses balance and equilibrium
• Bestows a healthy mind and body and gives a sense of internal harmony.