Physiotherapy

Pre and Post Natal Women – Role of Physiotherapy In It!

By Dr. Deep Arya, 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 us…

Physiotherapy After Stroke – What To Know about It?

By Dr. Synapse Physio, Physiotherapy, A stroke may often end up damaging part of the brain that regulates movement, so it may lead to paralysisor 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, the…

Physiotherapy After Stroke – What Should You Know

By Dr. Amin A. Khan, Physiotherapy, A stroke may often end up damaging part of the brain that regulates movement, so it may lead to paralysisor 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,…

Pre and Post Natal Women – How Physiotherapy Plays A Role?

By Total Healthsums, 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 us see…

Pre And Post Natal Women – Role Of Physiotherapy!

By Dr. Venkatesh Mishra, 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 us…

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…

Pre and Post Natal Care: The Role of Physiotherapy

By Dr. Rajiv Mehta, 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 us…

Why To Consult a Physiotherapist After Stroke?

By Dr. Aneeta Verma, 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, the…

Approach to a Physiotherapist for Cervical Osteoarthritis

By Dr. Aneeta Verma, Physiotherapy Cervical osteoarthritis is also known as cervical spondylosis. It is a medical condition which involves changes in the joints of neck, bones and discs. This is generally caused due to the deterioration of the muscles owing to old age. With age, the cervical spine breaks down and…

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…