Department of Physiotherapy

Consult with physiotherapist, if you have an injury or chronic pain that interferes with your daily functioning. After surgery, such as a hip replacement, or an event, such as a heart attack or stroke, your doctor may refer you to physiotherapy.

A Physiotherapist

Physiotherapists are experts in the science of movement. They learn how to identify the underlying causes of an injury.

Your session will be one-of-a-kind because it is tailored to you and your specific requirements. In general, the following occurs:

  • The physiotherapist researches your medical history.
  • Your condition is evaluated and diagnosed by the physiotherapist.
  • You are given a treatment plan that includes goals for you.
  • You are given a regimen of exercises and any assistive devices that are required.

They take a holistic (whole-body) approach to your well-being, addressing not only the physical, but also the emotional, psychological, and social aspects. They are involved in all aspects of healthcare, such as prevention, education, intervention, rehabilitation, and treatment.
A physiotherapist’s goal is to improve your quality of life.

What We Do?

  • In Rehabilitation Department, Well planned and evidence based physical rehabilitation programme is one of the most important components of the overall treatment system adopted by us for the patients.
  • The programmes are designed to suit different requirements of patients to attain maximum functional restoration and return them to a healthy active life-style.
  • Quality of interventions is customized to meet different requirements after assessing various needs of each patient.
  • We are committed to provide comprehensive and personalized rehabilitation programmes for patients.

Typically, your doctor or orthopaedic doctor will refer you to a physiotherapist. Physiotherapy is frequently used to treat conditions like neck and back pain, muscle tightness, muscle or joint injuries, and so on.