Infrastructure

We have a well spacious physiotherapy unit with separate chambers to treat male and female patients. Patients who are having difficulty in walking are assisted with wheel chair.

We are having latest electrotherapy and exercise equipments, following are few to name them.

Ultrasound Therapy Ultrasound Therapy

Pain control from ultrasound comes from the decreased muscle spasms and muscle tightness as well as tissue healing. The deep heat generated by ultrasound can help to relax a tense or strained muscle .It also increases range of motion of the joint. Ultrasound’s deep heat is thought to have a healing effect on deep tissues. Ultrasound actually affects the metabolism of soft tissue cells. Ultrasound’s healing benefits may be useful in treating surgical wounds and soft tissue lesions. Another benefit of ultrasound is its acoustic effect. The waves generated by ultrasound have an effect on the fibers that form scar tissue. Ultrasound prevents some scar tissue from forming, and may be able to break some scar tissue down. Examples of success in scar tissue management are episiotomy scars as well as Dupuytren’s contracture.

Shortwave Diathermy Shortwave Diathermy
Benefits of Shortwave Diathermy

  • Inflammation of Shoulder Joint
  • Inflammation of Elbow Joint (Tennis Elbow)
  • Degeneration of Joints of Neck (Cervical Spondylosis)
  • Degeneration of Joints like knee and Hip (Osteoarthritis)
  • Ligament Sprains in knee Joint
  • Low Back Ache
  • Plantar Fascitis (Heel Pain)
  • Relaxation of the Muscles
  • Effective in Bacterial Infections
  • Relief of Pain
  • Sinusitis
Interferential Therapy Interferential Therapy & Electric Muscle Stimulation

Electric muscle stimulation therapy is used to treat a variety of painful issues, from muscle strain and injury to fibromyalgia symptoms. Muscle stimulation therapy has been used for many years to treat weak or atrophied muscles resulting from an injury or from long periods of immobility. Muscle stimulation therapy can relieve painful joints and muscles as well as pain from stress and tension. People who suffer with fibromyalgia are also finding pain relief with regular electrical stimulation treatment. For symptoms that include chronic headaches, muscle weakness and fatigue and overall bodily aches and pain interferential therapy in considered very useful. Many times sports related injuries result in impeded range of motion in joints such as the shoulders, elbows and knees. Muscle stimulation therapy applied directly to the affected joint can improve range of motion and promote healing in the injured area by reducing inflammation and increasing blood flow. Electrical stimulation therapy helps arthritic joints to move more freely in addition to reducing arthritis related pain and inflammation.

Hydrocollaterl  Hot Packs Hydrocollaterl Hot Packs

Moist Heat Therapy using hot packs is used to help to raise the temperature of soft tissues directly below the surface of the skin. Moist heat therapy applied to the surface of the skin enlarges blood vessels below the surface, relaxing tissues and relieving painful symptoms. Increasing circulation and relaxing muscles is helpful before or after physiotherapy adjustments, therapeutic exercises and other treatments. Moist heat therapy is recommended for the relaxation of tissues in chronic spasm and relief of the the symptoms associated with chronic (long term) pain and muscle tightness. Moist heat therapy is used to calm tissues suffering from chronic (long term) spasms or irritation and is an easy way to increase flexibility, range of motion and to promote circulation to speed the healing process.

Paraffin Wax Bath Paraffin Wax Bath

Sometimes, joints become stiff and painful due to arthritis. The Arthritis Foundation claims that the application of heat can help to bring relief as it relaxes the muscles, loosens stiff joints and improves circulation. Applying heat on an arthritic joint can help to decrease pain and improve range of motion. Paraffin wax preserves heat for a prolonged period because of its thickness. Additionally, wax can also help to moisturize the skin and makes it softer. It also helps to sooth muscles that may have suffered from trauma. As well, it helps to decrease edema as well as inflammation. This cost effective method can help to decrease swelling particularly any that is related with traumatic injury to the ankle, foot, wrist or hand.

Transcutaneous Nerve Stimulator Transcutaneous Nerve Stimulator

Tens is used to decrese pain in several different types of illnesses and conditions. It is used most often to treat muscle, joint, or bone problems that occur with illnesses such as osteoarthritis or fibromyalgia, or for conditions such as low back pain, neck pain, tendinitis, or bursitis. People have also used TENS to treat sudden (acute) pain, such as labor pain, and long-lasting (chronic) pain, such as cancer pain.

Vaccum Therapy Vaccum Therapy

Vacuum therapy is one of many therapies used to tackle the hard-to-shift, fat that is often found on thighs, knees, buttocks, stomach and the tops of arms. A vacuum is created around the problem area, lifting the cellulite away from the muscle, thus encouraging blood flow, stimulating lymphatic drainage and amplifying the effects of massage or exercise. Cellulite vacuum therapy is a modern version of the ancient Chinese art of “cupping”.

Intermittent Compression Therapy Intermittent Compression Therapy

Compression therapy is the process of applying pressure to the outside of the body such as the legs or arms, promoting beneficial internal fluid movement. It can be used in various venous insufficiency.
Compression Therapy involves the use of external pressure to promote the circulation of blood and lymphatic fluid to and from the extremities of the body.
It is beneficial for the prevention/treatment of many circulatory problems such as deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and lymphedema(swollen limbs). Compression therapy is also commonly used during inactive hospital stays or for home care patients.

Computerized Traction Units Computerized Traction Units

Traction is the use of a mechanical device, gravity or position to relieve pressure on a vertebral structure or nerve root. Traction can be as simple as laying in a certain position at home or as complicated as having to go into a clinic and be hooked up to a traction machine. The most commonly used applications for traction include: lengthening tight muscles, tendons, ligaments in the spine; unload compressed nerve roots or pinched nerves; unload pressure from irritated discs; and reduce pressure on all lumbar structures. Traction has an effect of reducing pressure on any vertebral structure and increasing range of motion or movement.   Traction is one of the few mechanical ways to decrease pressure on a vertebral structure without the use of surgery.

Multi-Channel IFT Unit Multi-Channel IFT Unit
  • Ligament sprains
  • Muscle tightness and pain
  • Muscle strains
  • Muscle spasms
  • Chronic and acute pain
  • Tissue Injuries
  • Low back pain

We are having multiple units of above equipments so that our patients need not to wait for their turn.