Physiotherapy

Let our expert team of physiotherapists rehabilitate and improve movement disorders by using evidence-based, natural methods such as exercise, motivation, adapted equipment and education.

Rehabilitation

 A specialized health care field treating chronic disabilities through physical means to help patients return to a comfortable, productive life. Its objectives are pain relief, functional improvement or maintenance, training in essential activities, and functional testing of areas such as strength, mobility, and coordination.

Pre and Post-Operative Therapy

Physical therapy assists patients before and after a wide variety of orthopedic surgeries, such as total hip and total knee replacements, lumbar and cervical disc surgeries, fracture repair, and numerous arthroscopic procedures for all joints.

Registered Massage Therapy

Massage is the manipulation of superficial and deeper layers of muscle and connective tissue using various techniques, to enhance function, aid in the healing process, decrease muscle reflex activity, inhibit motor-neuron excitability, promote relaxation and well-being.Althletic therapists specialize in the assessment, prevention, immediate care, and reconditioning of musculoskeletal injuries. Prevention includes musculoskeletal evaluation, equipment selection, bracing, conditioning programs, supportive taping, and adapting to the activity environment and facilities.

Sports Injury Therapy

We create the optimal environment to facilitate tissue repair, restoring physiological functional and individual skills to return to play as soon as possible. We help you make an informed decision and safe return to practice and play.

Athletic Therapy

Althletic therapists specialize in the assessment, prevention, immediate care, and reconditioning of musculoskeletal injuries. Prevention includes musculoskeletal evaluation, equipment selection, bracing, conditioning programs, supportive taping, and adapting to the activity environment and facilities.

Custom and Non-Custom Bracing

 We offer a wide range of joint braces for the entire body both custom and off the shelf. We offer bracing solutions for both daily activity as well as sport and prevention.

Sports & Performance Taping

Taping is used by practitioners throughout the world to treat injuries and improve sports performance. Our informed staff works with various taping techniques and materials to help you perform at your optimal level.

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Week 1-2

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1) Ankle pumps:

 Lying down straight on your back move your foot of affected side in upwards and downwards direction. Repeat it for ten times twice daily.

2) Heel pressing:

 Lying down straight on your back press the heel of affected side leg on a towel under your heel. Hold it for 5 seconds then relax. Repeat it for ten times twice daily.

3) Straight Leg Raise:

 Lying down straight on your back bend unaffected knee. Raise your affected leg straight and hold it for 5 seconds then relax. Repeat it for ten times twice daily.

4) Hip Abduction (supine):

 Lying down straight on your back move your leg from middle to edge of bed then move it back. Repeat it ten times twice daily.

5) Quadriceps isometrics:

 Lying down straight on your back tighten the muscles on the front of your thigh and push the knee down on a pillow under knee. Hold it for 5 seconds. Repeat it for ten times twice daily.

6) Heel Slides:

 Lying down straight on your back slide the surgical leg heel towards the buttock to feel a stretch in your knee. Slowly slide the heel back to a straight position. Repeat it ten times twice daily.

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Week 3-4

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7) Hip abduction (sidelying):

 In a sidelying position lift your affected leg towards the ceiling and hold it for 5 seconds and then move it back. Repeat it for ten times twice daily.

 

8) Hip extension (prone):

 In prone lying position lift your affected leg straight towards the ceiling without bending knee. Hold it for 5 seconds then move it back. Repeat it for ten times twice daily.

9) Knee extension (sitting):

Sitting on a chair or stool slowly straighten your affected leg. Hold it for 5 seconds then move it back. Repeat it for ten times twice daily.

10) Heel off:

In standing position rise up onto the toes of your feet and slowly lower your heels down. Repeat it for ten times twice daily.

 

11) Toe off:

In standing position rise up slowly onto the heels of your feet and slowly lower your tows down. Repeat it for ten times twice daily.

 

12) Hamstring curl:

In standing position slowly bend your affected leg. Hold it for 5 seconds and then move it back. Repeat it for ten times twice daily.

13) Squats:

 In standing position feet with shoulder width apart hold the chair or table in front of you and slowly bend your knees (upto 45 degree) then stand up. Repeat it for ten times twice daily.

14) Stationary cycling:

 

Start stationary cycling for 5-10 minutes daily and gradually increase the time.

Note: Consult your physiotherapist before starting cycling

 

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Week 5-6

15) Prone knee bending:

In prone lying position bend your affected knee until you feel stretch in your knee. Hold it for 5 seconds and then move it back. Repeat it for ten times twice daily.

16) Single leg stance:

Stand on operated leg and hold it for 5-10 seconds without any support. Use support if necessary. Repeat it for ten times twice daily.

17) Stair stepping exercise:

 

Place your foot of operated side on the step (8-10 inches in height) and lift yourself on the step. Then move it back. Repeat it 10 times twice daily and use support if necessary.

18) Band walking:

Apply Theraband secured around the pelvis and walk twice daily.

19) Tilt board exercise:

In standing position hold a stable object and then rock the feet forward and backward and then side to side on a tilting board/balance board. Repeat it with 10 repetitions twice daily.

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Week 7-10

20) Jumping:

Start jumping jacks or jumping on ground with 15 repetitions twice daily.

21) Bouncing:

Start jumping on a trampoline with 15 repetitions twice daily.

22) Treadmill:

Start jogging on treadmill for 10-15 minutes with slow speed 4-5 times in a week and gradually increase speed and time.

23) cycling:

Start outdoor cycling with moderate speed 4-5 times in a weekfor 10-15 minutes. Gradually increase the time.

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24) Box Jump:

Start jumping on a box of 8-12 inch in height with 15 repetitions twice daily.

25) Jumping Rope:

Start rope jumping in groundwith 15 repetitions twice daily. Then gradually increase repetitions.

26) Outdoor jogging:

Start outdoor jogging in the ground 4-5 times in a week for 10-15 minutes daily. Gradually increase the time.

 

27) Running:

Start outdoor running in the ground 4-5 times in a week for 10-15 minutes daily.

Gradually increase the time.