paralysis

What Is The Difference Between Partial Paralysis vs. Total Paralysis?

By Dr. Amit Kumar Mukherjee, Neurology As children, you have probably learnt that paralysis is complete inability to move, sense, touch or control other bodily sensations. But little did we know that paralysis comes in many forms depending on the extent to which a person is immobilized. So, what is the difference between partial…

Role Of Physiotherapy In Treating Patients With Paralysis!

By Dr. Hiral Asari, Physiotherapy, Paralysis is a loss of muscle power and function of any part of the body. It is seen in the form of weakness of body parts, loss of sensation, and loss of movement of that part. What is physiotherapy and why it is used? Physiotherapy includes massage, therapeutic physical…

A Simplified Guide To Physical Therapy After Stroke!

By Dr Rajesh Pal , Physiotherapy A stroke may often end up damaging part of the brain that regulates movement, so it may lead to paralysis or weakness on either side of the body. This can cause problems in performing routine activities such as moving from one place to another. Once a…

Physical Rehabilitation Approaches to Recover After Stroke

By Dr. Jeetu Mishra , Physiotherapy A stroke may often end up damaging part of the brain that regulates movement, so it may lead to paralysis or weakness on either side of the body. This can cause problems in performing routine activities such as moving from one place to another. Once a stroke occurs,…