Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

By Dr. Mukesh Vyas, Physiotherapy Also known as Median Nerve Compression, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is characterized by a sensation of tingling and numbness in the hands or the arm caused due to a strained nerve of the wrist. This condition occurs due to stress which affects the functioning of the part of…

Ageing Athlete – How to Prevent Orthopaedic Injuries?

By Dr. Krishan Mohan, Physiotherapy With age, the human body is prone to a lot of wear and tear and this is true for athletes. Whether field or track events, there are certain parts of the musculoskeletal system, which are prone to injury.  The ankles, heels, knees, elbows, wrists, necks, etc. are some…

Physiotherapy – All You Need to Know About it!

By Dr. Gaurav Tyagi, Physiotherapy Physiotherapy or physical therapy as it is also known, addresses injuries, mobility issues, illnesses and disabilities through physical healing methods. For people recovering from accidents and other traumatic events that have affected their body, physiotherapy is a must. Neck and back pain, sports injuries, accident related injuries,…

The Role of Physiotherapy in Pre and Post Natal Women

By Dr. Amit Kumar, Physiotherapy Pregnancy comes with its host of hormonal shifts inside a woman’s body. With severe hormonal changes, you may complain of a number of bodily pains and aches. This is absolutely normal and can be treated through physiotherapy. Before you delve deep into the role of physiotherapy, let…

How To Get Relief From Body Pain Through Physiotherapy?

By Dr. Vishwas Virmani, Physiotherapy Physical therapy is frequently one of the best decisions you can make when you have long haul pain (additionally called chronic pain) or an injury. It can make you more grounded and help you move and feel better. Request that your doctor prescribe a physical therapist. You’ll…

Physiotherapy For Paralysis

By Dr. Mukesh Vyas, Physiotherapy Paralysis is a chronic medical disease characterized by a loss of muscle function in the body accompanied by sensory loss. The patient is unable to control the paralysed muscle consciously. Most common causes of injury are stroke, multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury and head injury. There are…

Physiotherapy After Stroke

By Dr. Amit Kumar, 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…