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Stroke – How Physiotherapy Can Help Manage It?

By Dr. Varun Shanbhag, 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…

High Blood Pressure – Know Complications Of It!

By Dr. Ajay Aggarwal Heart Specialist, Cardiology Today 1 out of 3 people are suffering from high blood pressure problem. It proves to be a “silent murderer” that slowly damages your body from the inside before the symptoms are witnessed. A blood pressure reading less than 120 over 80 is considered normal…

How Physiotherapy Helps Manage Stroke?

By Dr. Kapilchand Narra,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…

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…

How Physiotherapy Can Help Post Stroke?

By Physiotherapy, Dr. Deep Arya, 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…

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,…

Warning Signs Of Atrial Fibrillation

By Dr. Rajiv Kumar Srivastava, Cardiology,  Atrial fibrillation is a disorder which is characterized by rapid and irregular heartbeats which raise the risks of heart failure and stroke. In this disorder, the upper chambers of the heart tend to beat irregularly and out of sync with the lower chambers of the heart.…

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…

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…

Dementia – Tips To Prevent It!

By Kiran Institute Of Ent Mental Health & Neurosciences(kiemhans) , Psychiatry Unlike what most people think, dementia is a group of symptoms rather than a specific disease. It is marked by a decline in memory as well as other cognitive skills. Alzheimer is responsible for about 60 to 80% of dementia cases.…