We at Sanjeevani Physiotherapy clinic treat all musculoskeletal problems including neck and back problems, osteoarthritis of the knee, neurological disorders, stroke, paralysis and provides post-operative rehabilitation. Our approach to management usually involves you taking an active role in your rehabilitation. You learn very specific exercises to regain normal function and how to incorporate this into your habits and postures. We specialize in patients with painful conditions, injuries, sprains, orthopedic and neurological disorders. The scope of practice extends from common disorders such as neck and back pain, post-fracture and surgical rehabilitation, tendonitis, ligament and muscle injuries to less common but more complex problems that arise as a result of pathologies such as arthritis, strokes, Parkinson’s disease, peripheral neuropathies, multiple sclerosis, Guillain-barre syndrome, total hip and knee replacements etc. Sanjeevani Physiotherapy Clinic is well equipped with all modern equipment in physiotherapy including SWD machines, Electrotherapy instruments like IFT and TENS, Therapeutic USG, Muscle stimulation, and a traction facility.

Q How is physiotherapy done?

A physiotherapist may use a range of treatments, depending on the nature of the injury and the specific condition being treated. The most prevalent of them are:
Moving the soft tissues and joints improves circulation, drains extra fluids from the body, and relieves excessively tense muscles and spasms.
Electrical stimulation of the nerves: Delivering electric currents in controlled intensity to the affected part helps to contain the pain signals, thus preventing them from reaching the brain.
Acupuncture: This is an excellent method for activating the CNS while also dulling pain and releasing tight muscles.
Demonstration: Teaching and exhibiting optimal movement patterns to the patient aids in their self-recovery.
Functional testing is analyzing the patient's bodily motions in order to better determine his or her condition.

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