ADVANCED EQUIPMENTS

We proudly inform you that we have recently installed SonoPlus 492 of ENRAF NONIUS a Netherland based manufacturer of world’s most premium Physiotherapy Equipments. This is the only machine available in Premium Institution like AIIMS Delhi, PGI Chandigarh etc. It gives significant relief even in a single sitting, so approach us to utilize its benefits for you or your family members, to lead a healthy living.
Beneficial in : Fibromyalgia, Cervical & Lumbar Spondylosis, Slip Disc, Osteo and Rhuematic Arthritis, Muscle cramps, Tennis Elbow, Carpel Tunnel Syndrome, Tendonitis, Paralysis, Muscle wasting, Rhinitis & Sinusitis

Spine Rehab Clinic

Back and neck pain, the world's most common postural health problems, with almost all of us suffering especially for sedentary workers. Physiotherapy treatment is an effective treatment for both acute, new-onset and chronic, long-term back and neck pain. At BHOPAL PHYSIOTHERAPY CENTRE all of our Physiotherapists are well trained to assess, diagnose and treat with a wide variety of manual physiotherapy techniques and latest modalities thereby assuring best results.

Commonly seen Back and Neck complaints include:

  • Disc tears

  • Disc protrusions

  • Slipped discs

  • Arthritis

  • Degenerative spines

  • Osteoporosis

  • Nerve pain

  • Referred arm and leg pain

  • Non specific neck and back pain

Our Protocols:

-Detailed Spine Assessment.

-Mechanical Diagnosis- Establishing the root cause of Symptoms

-Pain Management with advanced Electrotherapeutic Modalities.

-Special Manual Therapy concepts according to the Spine Condition.

-The Core Stability Exercise Program

-Postural corrections, awareness and counselling.

-Ergonomics.

Shoulder Rehab Clinic

Broken collarbone rehab

Frozen shoulder rehab

Rotator cuff repair

Shoulder arthroscopy rehab

Shoulder impingement rehab

 

Knee Rehab Clinic

ACL repair rehab

ACL reconstruction rehab

Knee arthroscopy rehab

Articular cartilage paste graft rehab

Articular cartilage transplant to the trochlea rehab

Meniscus repair rehab

Meniscus transplant rehab

PCL repair rehab

PCL reconstruction rehab

Posterolateral corner reconstruction rehab

Partial knee replacement rehab

Total knee replacement rehab

Patellofemoral ligament reconstruction rehabilitation program

Development Therapy(Cereberal Palsy) Clinic

Physical therapy is often the first step in treating cerebral palsy. It can help improve motor skills and can prevent movement problems from getting worse over time. Physical therapy implements strength and flexibility exercises, heat treatment, massages and special equipment to give children with cerebral palsy more independence.

The extent to which physical therapy helps depends on the severity and type of each case of cerebral palsy. Children with milder cases of CP may only require some physical therapy to treat their condition. In more severe cases, it may be used alongside other treatments or medications. Beginning physical therapy as early as possible usually gives children the best chances at improvement.

Physical therapy can improve:

Coordination

Balance

Strength

Flexibility

Endurance

Pain management

Posture

Gait

Overall health

The types of exercises used vary and have specific benefits for each type of cerebral palsy. Some of the benefits by cerebral palsy type include:

Spastic – Physical therapy can reduce the muscle tension and jerky movements associated with spastic cerebral palsy. Exercises such as stretching can even relieve stiffness over time.

Athetoid – People with athetoid cerebral palsy use physical therapy to increase muscle tone and gain more control over their movements.

Ataxic – There are exercises that can improve balance problems faced by those with ataxic cerebral palsy.

Neuro Rehab Clinic

Spinal cord injury.

Brain injury that results from trauma or conditions such as CVA or tumors.

Multiple sclerosis.

Parkinson's disease.

Sclerosis.

Polyneuropathies such a Guillian-Barre syndrome or chronic inflammatory polyneuropathy.

Vestibular disorders.

Paediatric conditions such as spina bifida or cerebral palsy.

 

Sports Injury

Musculoskeletal Conditions: Musculoskeletal conditions are simply conditions which are related to the muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerves and fascia. ...

Spinal. Neck pain. ...

Shoulder. Rotator Cuff injuries. ...

Wrist. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. ...

Sports Injuries: ...

Ankle and Lower leg. ...

Knee. ...

Upper Leg.