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CORPORATE EMPLOYEES & IMMEDIATE FAMILY
15th June to 31st August 2023
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DETAILS ABOUT FREE PROGRAM FOR CORPORATE EMPLOYEES

"YOUR FIRST STEP TO WELLNESS, FREE"

Unlock your full potential! Experience relief from back, neck, shoulder, elbow, wrist pain, and neurological ailments at our free physiotherapy camp. 

Empowering Corporate Employees and Families to conquer work- related health challenges and excel in their careers.

Don't miss this opportunity to reclaim your productivity and well-being!

Register online to BOOK SLOTS between 15th to 30th June 2023 to avail complimentary first consultation & treatment session.

If Online slots are full, call us at 0471-2533989 / 8590399850.

Carry your employee ID card or copy of it during your visit. 

Get free Physiotherapy consultation and first treatment session free, by our eminent Physiotherapists.

OUR TEAM

Consultant Physiotherapists:

 

Prof Mithen Dev, MPT(ORTHO), Professor, Orthopaedic Physiotherapist

Mrs. Priyada G, MPT(CARDIO-RES), Associate Professor, Cardiorespiratory Physiotherapist

 

Mr. Jitto Joseph, MPT(NEURO). Associate Professor, Neurological Physiotherapist
 

Mrs. Ansha Akbar, MPT (NEURO), Assistant Professor, Neurological Physiotherapist
 

Mrs. Neeraja O S, MPT (CARDIO-RES.) Assistant Professor, Cardio respiratory Physiotherapist
 

Mr. Leto J Joel, MPT(ORTHO), Assistant Professor , Orthopaedic Physiotherapist

 

Mr. Renjith TR, MPT(NEURO), Assistant Professor, Neurology Physiotherapist

 

Mrs. Sangeetha MS, MPT(MUSCULOSKELETAL), Assistant Professor, Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
 

Mrs. Deepa Krishnan, MPT (CARDIO-RES.), Assistant Professor, Cardio respiratory Physiotherapist 
 

Mrs. Athira Mol R G, MPT (NEURO), Assistant Professor, Neurological Physiotherapist

 

Ms. Ann Reena Rajan, MPT(NEURO), Assistant Professor, Neurological Physiotherapist

 

Ms. Esther Gladis TT, MPT (MUSCULOSKELETAL), Assistant Professor, Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist.
 

Mrs. Roshma Gopan, BPT,Clinical instructor
 

Ms. Athulya J, BPT, Clinical instructor

Clinical Physiotherapists:

1. Fidha Sidheek (Musculoskeletal & Sports) 
2. Jabir S (Neurology)
3. Maya Das P (Musculoskeletal & Sports)
4. Parvathy G M (Neurology)
5. Rinu Krishnakumar (Musculoskeletal & Sports)
6. Vankadari Helasa Devi (Musculoskeletal & Sports) 
7. Amina Shajahan (Musculoskeletal & Sports)
8. Archana Nirmal (Neurology)
9. Arya P V (Neurology) 
10.Arya S R (Neurology)

Consultant Orthopaedician:


Dr Subash Chandra Bose, MS ORTHO, D ORTHO, DPMR

OUR TREATMENT METHODS

ULTRASOUND THERAPY

Ultrasound is a deep heating treatment used to treat many musculoskeletal conditions like sprains, strains, or tendonitis.

Ultrasound is administered by your physical therapist using an ultrasound machine. A wand called a sound head is pressed gently against your skin and moved in small circular sweeps near the site of injury. A small amount of gel is used so the ultrasound waves are absorbed into the skin and muscles.

Ultrasound Therapy

CONDITIONS WE TREAT

TRICEPS MUSCLE TEAR

A brief description of the condition.
Triceps muscle present back side of the arm. This the condition where there is inflammation of triceps muscle due to tear in muscle belly or tendon tear. Occur due to overpressure, repeated movements, weight bearing abnormal movement. Most common in sports persons.

Symptoms of those condition.
Swelling
Pain starts Suddenly…
Bruising (discoloration of skin)
Weakness (unable to lift weights. or movement difficulty)

Causes
Lifting heavy weights repeatedly
Elbow straightening against resistance
Sports persons (tennis, throwers, baseball, hammering, bench presses, and gymnastics)

4. Physiotherapy Treatment.
Cryotherapy and moist heat
Ultrasound
Joint mobilisation
Strengthening protocol
wax therapy

ARTHRITIS PAIN

Inflammation and pain in the joints and bones are symptoms of the common disorder known as arthritis. Physiotherapy is a very effective treatment for easing arthritis-related symptoms.

Symptoms

  • Long term (chronic) pain that varies significantly in frequency, severity and characteristics

  • Joint stiffness

  • Joint inflammation that can vary in severity and joints present a lot larger than normal

  • Joint deformity especially in rheumatoid arthritis

  • Reduction of movements in the affected joint as a result of chronic pain, swelling and stiffness

  • Poor mobility if lower limb joints are affected

  • Poor function

  • One joint or several joints may be affected

  • Small lumps can develop in affected joints but are usually harmless

  • Inflammation of surrounding soft tissues such as the tendons

  • Anaemia, fever, fatigue and weight loss may occur in some cases.

  • Muscle aches and pains

There is no known cure for arthritis, but there are a number of therapy choices that can lessen its long-term pain and other symptoms. Analgesics (painkillers), disease-modifying anti-rheumatic medications (DMARDs), routine exercise, and physiotherapy are all possible forms of treatment.

Causes
Inflammation and pain in the joints and bones are symptoms of the common disorder known as arthritis. Rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis are the two main types of arthritis.

Osteoarthritis, which produces discomfort and swelling, is primarily brought on by wear and tear of the bone ends of a joint during movement.

The more severe form of arthritis, known as rheumatoid arthritis, is brought on when the immune system assaults and damages the body's own tissues, in this case, the joints. The damaged joints become painful, swollen, and deformed as a result..

PT management

PRE & POST NATAL EXERCISES

Benefits of Pregnancy Exercise

• Helps prevent morning sickness.
• Reduces various pregnancy-related problems, such as exhaustion, leg cramps, edema of the extremities, etc.
• Reduces sleeplessness, anxiety, and stress.
• Prevents excessive weight gain during pregnancy.


Types of Exercises
• Water exercises like swimming.
• Riding an indoor bike. …
• Pilates and yoga classes. …
• Classes in low-impact aerobics You always have one foot on the ground or the apparatus when engaging in low-impact aerobics. …
• Weight lifting.


Post Natal Exercises
Abdominal exercises (Kegels)
Breathing with the diaphragm
Walking
Among the first yoga poses, the Cat-Cow stretch supports the back muscles.


PT Management
 TENS, stretching, strengthening, using spills, and massage techniques are all forms of physiotherapy.
 Exercises during and after pregnancy
 Prenatal workouts are intended to enhance the physical and psychological readiness of a pregnant woman for labour as well as the       
  physical and psychological prevention of pregnancy-related diseases. It often consists of stretching and low-impact aerobic exercises.

 

ANKYLOSING SPONDYLITIS

Introduction
Ankylosing spondylitis is an inflammatory condition that can cause some of the bones in the vertebrae to fuse. This fusing makes the spine less flexible which results in a hunched posture. If ribs are affected, there will be breathing difficulty.

Symptoms
Lowe back and hip stiffness may be the first signs and symptoms of ankylosing spondylitis, especially in the morning and after periods of inactivity. Fatigue and neck pain are also frequent. At sporadic periods over time, symptoms may get better, get worse, or stop completely.
The regions most affected are:- the connection between the pelvis and the base of the spine, ,the lower backs vertebrae, primarily in the spine, but occasionally also down the back of the heel, the joint between the ribs and the breastbone, the hip, and shoulder joints.


Causes
Although there is no etiology for ankylosing spondylitis, genetic factors play a role. The chance of developing ankylosing spondylitis is in those who carry the HLA-B27 gene. Only some carriers of the gene may experience the illness.

Physiotherapy management
Physiotherapy is a crucial component of treatment. Its objectives include pain relief, improvement of the patient’s psychological status, reduction of morning stiffness, correction of postural abnormalities, increased mobility, and increased spinal mobility and functional capacity. A monitored or private home exercise program is preferable. The three primary components of rehabilitation are education, a plan of individualized exercises, and a schedule of physical activities that can be done at home or in a group setting.

GENERAL DETERIORATION

INTRODUCTION
Deterioration of health is the process in which our mental and physical health becomes progressively worse over time. As individuals grow older there is often a natural decline in the ability to walk, climb the stairs or stand up from a chair. This can be frustrating and disabling for the elderly population and increase the need for assistance from family or care givers.

CAUSES
Illness
Pain
Cognitive function or long-standing medical condition.


PHYSIOTHERAPY TREATMENT
 Muscle strengthening exercises
 Co-ordination exercises
 Sensory stimulation

 Range of motion exercises
 Balance exercises
 Core stability exercises 

The elderly patient will be assessed for carrying out a range of functional activities such as getting in/out of bed, standing up, walking, climbing the stairs, and using the bathroom. If required, mobility aids and equipment can be recommended and supplied to make functional tasks easier and safer. These may include but are not limited to a walking stick, a zimmer frame, a kitchen trolley, a bath seat, and grab rails.

URGE INCONTINENCE

INTRODUCTION
Controlling the bladder and storing urine depends on the function of the urinary tract, kidneys, and nervous system. Urine is continuously collected in the bladder after it leaves the kidneys. A bladder is a muscle called the detrusor, which expands when filled with urine. A sphincter keeps the bladder closed as it fills up. Together with the detrusor muscle, the sphincter controls urine flow. It is the nervous system that allows the bladder to continue to fill and informs you when you must urinate. To force urine out of the bladder, the detrusor muscle must contract. When the bladder is full, part of the brain helps prevent bladder contraction so that urination can be delayed until you are ready to use the bathroom.

Urge incontinence in men is the strong, sudden need to urinate due to uncontrolled bladder spasms of contractions. An overactive bladder results in involuntary bladder muscle contractions which are caused by bladder irritation or problems in the nervous system.


CAUSES
Infection
Bladder cancer
Bladder inflammation
Bladder outlet obstruction
Bladder stones
Neurological diseases – such as Parkinson’s or multiple sclerosis
Neurological injury – such as spinal cord injury or stroke
Prostate enlargement or cancer
Prostate surgery or other surgery to the area around the bladder
Weakness in pelvic floor muscles / abdominal muscles


SYMPTOMS
Involuntary release of urine
Regular urination at any time of day or night

A sudden urgent need to pass urines

PHYSIOTHERAPY TREATMENT
Exercises to strengthen pelvic floor muscles
Strengthening exercises for the abdominal muscles
Bladder training to help the bladder return to normal function
Biofeedback training to show you how well you are using your pelvic floor muscles
Electrical stimulation to improve muscle function
Home exercise programme instruction to improve pelvic floor function
Instructions on how to control pelvic floor and abdominal muscles when feeling the urge to urinate
Controlled breathing and relaxation exercises
Education on how to make lifestyle changes that may affect the bladder

ULNAR NERVE DECOMPRESSION

INTRODUCTION
Elbow region is opened to visualise the passage of ulnar nerve through a surgical procedure.

CAUSE
 Accident and trauma
 Arthritis
 Broken bones

 Diabetes
 Elbow dislocation
 Surgical complications


SYMPTOMS
 Weakness or tenderness in hand
 Tingling in the palm and last two fingers of hand.

 Can’t able to tolerate cold .
 Touch on the elbow joint will be painful..


POST OPERATIVE PHYSIOTHERAPY
 Strengthening exercises
 Elbow Range of motion exercises.
 Scar tissue mobilization.
 Splinting.


 

SPINA BIFIDA


It happens when a baby's spinal cord fails to develop normally while it is still in the mother's womb.

Causes
-family background or genetics
-less nutrients (folic acid)
-external variables
-environmental causes


Symptoms
Having skin issues on the back
Depression in the back region
Fat deposits on the body
The back has more hair
Having trouble focusing and learning
Problems with bowel habits
Bone and muscle deformities

Difficulties with memory
Associated conditions


Physiotherapy Management
-Improving the general mobility by exercises
-Positioning of the child along with handling is taught to caretakers
-Aids helpful in walking are prescribed(walkers)
-Aids the youngster in carrying out daily activities
-Relaxation exercises
-Stretching exercises
-Strengthening exercises for weak muscles
Your physiotherapist will advise you to hold the new born child carefully following surgery, aids the youngster in standing and moving about on their own. Orthoses are prescribed.


 

EMPHYSEMA

Breathlessness is a symptom of the lung disease emphysema. Alveoli, the lungs, air sacs, suffer damage in those with emphysema. The air sacs; inner walls deteriorate and tear over time, resulting in the creation of fewer, larger air gaps as opposed to more, smaller ones. As a result, less oxygen enters your bloodstream because of a reduction in lung surface area.

Causes
Emphysema is primarily brought on by chronic exposure to allergens in the air, such as:
cigarette smoke
Cannabis smog
air toxicity
Dust and chemical fumes


Symptoms
Breathlessness is the primary symptom of emphysema, and it often develops gradually because you might begin to avoid activities that make you feel out of breath, the symptom might not be a concern until it starts to interfere with everyday activities. Shortness of breath inevitably develops, even when you're at rest.

PT management
Pulmonary rehabilitation, which involves education, nutrition counselling, learning specific breathing methods, assistance with quitting smoking, and beginning an exercise routine, is a crucial component of the treatment of emphysema. Emphysema patients frequently have physical limitations, thus they may avoid engaging in any physical activity.

ANGINA

It's a  form of chest discomfort brought on by inadequate blood flow up to the core. A sign of coronary artery disease is angina.

Symptoms
Chest pain and discomfort are two angina symptoms. The discomfort or pain in the chest could feel like:
• Burning\s
• Fullness\s• Pressure\s• Squeezing\s•Arms, the neck, the jaw, the shoulder, or the back may all experience pain.
• Other angina symptoms include: Sweating, fatigue, nausea, fatigue, and dizziness are just a few symptoms.


Causes
• Consistent stress.
• Diabetes.
• A diet that is rich in sodium, sugar, trans fats, or processed carbohydrates.
• Using excessive alcohol.
• Being exposed to air pollution, particles (like dust from roads, farms or construction sites).
• A history of early heart disease in the family.


PT management
A skilled physical therapist will evaluate your cardiovascular health, pain thresholds, and muscle strength. Either at home or at one of our clinic locations, assessments can be given. You will have the chance to review the assessment's results and set specific goals with your therapist. A short-term objective would be to walk 10 metres with a stick in two weeks. To swim three laps of the pool in five minutes might be a more long-term objective. Goals vary from person to person and are based on your present level of fitness, your interests, and your aspirations. To assist you in achieving these goals within the allotted time span, your physiotherapist will collaborate closely with you.

The treatment sessions for an individual with angina may work on: 
Cardiovascular exercise
Fitness and stamina
Flexibility and range of movement
Core stability and dynamic balance work
Weight management
Lifestyle changes

You will be given an exercise regimen to follow outside of therapy sessions by your physiotherapist. These workouts will help you achieve your goals and be interesting, difficult, and exciting. You must learn how to warm up before exercise and cool down afterward if you want to securely control your heart rate. Your physiotherapist will assist you in learning how to keep an eye on your angina symptoms to lower the likelihood of developing future cardiac issue
s.

Regular physiotherapy treatments are quite beneficial for those with angina. The numerous advantages include:
improved cardiovascular health
increased range of motion and flexibility
Workout with assurance under the guidance of a qualified physical therapist.
Reduce the likelihood of developing new cardiovascular issues.
Discover the best exercises you can perform at home or in the gym.
Discover how to incorporate exercise and fitness into your daily life.
Be persistent in your desire to control your risk variables.

Access to a hydrotherapy pool or gym


To offer you the assurance to exercise safely, a specialised physiotherapist will continuously monitor your heart rate and blood pressure. You will be given an exercise regimen to follow outside of therapy sessions by your physiotherapist. These workouts will lower your risk of Angina.

BENIGN PAROXYSMAL POSITIONAL VERTIGO (BPPV)

One of the most frequent causes of vertigo, the sudden sensation that you are spinning or that the interior of your head is spinning, is benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV).

BPPV produces brief episodes of light headedness to severe vertigo. It typically starts when your head position shifts in a certain way. When you lie down, move your head up or down, turn over, or sit up in bed, this could occur.


SYMPTOMS
Dizziness
A feeling of that you or your surroundings are spinning or moving (vertigo)
A loss of balance or unsteadiness

Nausea
Vomiting


CAUSES
Commonly unidentified causes
Associated with mild to severe head injuries.
disease of the inner ear, or very rarely on ear surgery
Associated with migraines.


PHYSIOTHERAPY MANAGEMENT
Repositioning maneuvers

BRAIN TUMOR

Introduction

A brain tumor is a lump or abnormal cells in your brain. There are both benign (noncancerous) and malignant (cancerous) tumors can occur. Primary brain tumors are those that start in the brain; secondary (metastatic) brain tumors are those that start in other regions of the body and spread to the brain.

Symptoms

The symptoms are influenced by the size, location, and development rate of the tumor which
include:-
Headaches that gradually get worse and occur more frequently
Vomiting or nausea
Vision problems including double vision, blurring of vision, or reduced peripheral vision
Gradual loss of feeling or motion in a leg or arm