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Ankle Sprain

Physiotherapy treatment can start very early after an ankle injury. Rehabilitation techniques will help reduce pain and swelling and increase ankle movement to help you return to normal activity. Even one treatment and appropriate advice can make a significant difference to your recovery.

Anterior cruciate ligament injury

An anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury is debilitating and may require surgical reconstruction and rehabilitation. Children are just as prone to ACL injuries as adults. In fact, ACL injuries are one of the most common sports injuries among adolescents.

We have developed injury prevention strategies to reduce the overall incidence of ACL injuries. They also have a lead role in rehabilitation.

Back pain

Managing your back pain to improve function and well-being is best started sooner than later. We will carefully assess your condition and provide education about what has occurred. Manual therapy may be used by us, for acute or chronic back pain. We will also prescribe safe and therapeutic exercises that will help to reduce your pain and restore your function.

Brain injury

We will carefully assess the impact of a brain injury on movement and create an individualized therapeutic program.Physiotherapy after a brain injury can improve strength, fitness, balance, coordination, and control over physical functions that are important to your independence.

Carpal tunnel syndrome

A comprehensive physiotherapy program for carpal tunnel syndrome will include a combination and sequence of therapies that are designed to help reduce inflammation, pain and weakness or numbness in the hand, wrist and/or arm.

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease causes shortness of breath (dyspnea), fatigue, wheezing, frequent lung infections and increasingly poor physical function.

Cystic fibrosis

Cystic fibrosis is a hereditary disease that causes progressive disability. Physiotherapy techniques help clear chest secretions, to help reduce physical limitations and improve breathing.

Developmental delay

Developmental delays among infants and children are associated with a variety of medical, physical, social and emotional conditions, including trauma, Cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, and autism. By hands-on care and the use of specialized equipment to assist the child in achieving an optimal level of physical function and independence.

We will consider the health of the child and the extended family situation in order to develop a progressive, multi-pronged treatment plan.

Dizziness

Physiotherapists are able to treat people experiencing vestibular dysfunction (dizziness), a common and potentially dangerous condition.

Fall prevention

The risk of falling in older adults can be reduced dramatically when specific exercises, activities and interventions are prescribed by a physiotherapist. Physiotherapist can also provide education and guidance to help you and your family identify ways to prevent falls, including the use of assistive devices, such as canes and walkers.

Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia (FM), a syndrome causing widespread pain and tenderness, can severely impact your ability to perform everyday tasks and affect your quality of life.

Despite examination of a wide range of treatments, the best management of this condition is unknown. However, increasing evidence is demonstrating that exercise, such as that prescribed and supervised by a physiotherapist, is an important part of easing fibromyalgia symptoms.

Knee injury and pain

Physiotherapist will assess your knee to determine the source of the problem and develop an individual treatment program which may include modalities to reduce pain and swelling, stretching exercises to regain flexibility around the joint, and strength training to regain functionality.

Multiple sclerosis

Physiotherapy can be beneficial in the management of multiple sclerosis (MS).
Many symptoms, such as weakness, tightness, spasticity, balance and secondary musculoskeletal problems, may be improved by therapeutic exercise prescribed by physiotherapist.

Obesity

Physiotherapist is ideally suited to identify exercise strategies and coordinate comprehensive programs of obesity management. Physiotherapist also has specific education in biomechanics, therapeutic exercise and exercise prescription, measurement, and physiological and anatomical mechanisms of health and disease.

This diverse skill set and broad experience base makes your physiotherapists well suited to address the complexities of obesity and related conditions.

Osteoarthritis

Physiotherapist will focus treatment on reducing pain and disability. Current guidelines advocate non-pharmacological treatments, including therapeutic exercise, which your physiotherapist can prescribe.

Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis is a bone disease that causes decreased bone density and therefore an increased likelihood of fractures.Exercise techniques prescribed by your physiotherapist, including weight-bearing aerobic training and/or strength training, can contribute to your bone health and continued independence.

Pelvic pain

There are numerous causes of pelvic pain, such as rupture, cyst, tumor, inflammatory disease and infection.
Physiotherapist will assess your pelvic pain and develop an appropriate therapeutic exercise program which can help to stretch painfully contracted muscles, strengthen weakened muscles, and address postural problems that may be contributing to your pain.

Plantar fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis is a painful inflammation of the plantar fascia in the foot.
Physiotherapist will treat this condition using techniques that reduce pain and inflammation, and instruct you in stretching tight muscles that may have contributed to your condition.

Post-surgery rehabilitation

Following surgery a physiotherapist will assist your recovery process by using specific techniques to prevent respiratory complications and by teaching you how to reduce pain with movement and walking.

Pregnancy

Common complaints during pregnancy include musculoskeletal conditions such as pelvic misalignment, joint pain and dysfunction, low back pain, and sciatica.
Physiotherapist can help if you experience discomfort and pain during pregnancy.

Spinal cord injury

When the spinal cord is injured by trauma, tumor, ischemia, neurologic disease, developmental or other disorder, the nerve roots become damaged, affecting signals to and from the brain.

Physiotherapist will design a therapeutic exercise program, working with your physical abilities and limitations, to help you reach your full potential. Physiotherapy treatment will involve activities designed to increase your strength, endurance and cardiac capacity.

Sport injury

A large number of physiotherapists manage athletes of all abilities, providing counseling and education before, during and after sport activity, and manage all aspects of injury rehabilitation.

Stroke

Physiotherapists will play a key role in your rehabilitation after stroke, helping to return you to your highest possible level of physical mobility and functional independence.
A rehabilitation treatment program with a physiotherapist should commence as soon as possible in hospital and continue in the community.

Urinary incontinence

There are numerous causes of urinary incontinence in women and men and targeted therapeutic exercises, including bladder and muscle floor training, can noticeably improve this condition.

Physiotherapist will discuss and assess your concerns and develop a treatment plan that can help you return to active life.



KP center is not just a clinic for a patient, its one of the most patient oriented center across. The staff is so very involved in all the exercises that lead to a speedy recovery & not a conventional center for money making with more n more sittings!!!

Its my personal experience!!

Name
Karan Rishi
Type of Phsiothery Treatment