REHABILITATION CENTER

Physiotherapy Unit
Sports Rehabilitation & Ortho Rehabilitation The Sports Rehabilitation Department provides quality rehabilitative services for the patients. The department specializes in Physical as well as athletic training. Our team of highly trained professionals serves as a bridge between injury & recovery, to help patients get back to pre-injury status as quickly as possible. An ever increasing number of people of all ages have been paying attention to their health professional’s advice to get all of the health benefits that regular exercise has to offer. But some people—particularly those who overdo or who don’t properly train or warm up—pay a heavy price for these benefits with sports injuries. Fortunately, most sports injuries can be treated effectively, and most people who suffer injuries can return to a satisfying level of pre-injury status soon.

Foot & Toe Injuries :
• Turf toe
• Stress fracture of the foot
• Bunions
• Morton’s syndrome
• Blisters
• Bruised heel
• Achilles bursitis
• Sever’s disease

Lower Leg Injuries:
• Achilles tendinitis
• Anterior compartment syndrome
• Partial rupture of achilles tendon
• Total rupture of achilles tendon
• Shin splints
• Calf strain
• Cramp
• Posterior compartment syndrome
• Tight calf muscles

Ankle Injuries:
• Sprained ankle
• Footballers ankle
• Peroneal tendon dislocation
Knee Injuries:
• Patella pain syndrome
• Anterior cruciate ligament sprain
• Jumper’s knee
• Osgood sclatters disease
• Housemaids knee
• Articular cartilage injury
• Quadriceps tendon inflammation
• Baker’s cyst
• Medial cartilage meniscus injury
• Posterior cruciate ligament sprain
• Knee arthritis

Thigh Injuries :
• Hamstring strain
• Quadriceps strain
• Contusion of quadriceps
• Rectus femoris rupture
• Gilmore’s groin
• Inflammation of the adductor muscles

Lower back and Buttock Pain:
• Piriformis syndrome
• Sacroiliac joint pain
• Facet joint pain
• Sciatica
• Muscle strains
• Lumbago
• Scoliosis
• Lordosis
• Abdominal strain
Shoulder Injuries:
• Rotator cuff injury
• Dislocated shoulder
• Impingement syndrome
• Clavicle fracture
• AC joint injury
• Adhesive Capsulation (Frozen shoulder)
• Inflammation of biceps long head
• Winged scapula
• Facial Injuries
• Headaches

Elbow Injuries:
• Tennis elbow
• Golfer’s elbow
• Triceps tendon rupture
• Hyperextension injury

Wrist Injuries
• Wrist bursitis
• Carpel tunnel syndrome

Neuron Rehabilitation
•Stoke
•Guillian Barre Syndrome
•Ataxia
•Parkinson’s disease
•Bell’s palsy
•Peripheral Nerve Injury
•Sensory Motor disease
•ETC
Gynaec Rehabilitation
•Antinatal and Post Natal Exercise Programme
•Electrical Stimulation
•Timed voiding or Bladder Training
•Sling
•Pilates
•Vaginal Cone Therapy
Pediatric
•Cerebral Palsy
•Muscular Dystrophy
•Genetic Disorder
•Spina Bifida
•Hydrocephalus.