Inpatient Thearpy Services

Inpatient therapy services are provided to patients admitted to the hospital who have undergone surgeries or treatments, such as orthopedic or cardiovascular surgeries. Inpatient therapy aims to optimize the independence and function of the patients, and accelerate the rate of recovery. The therapies include recreational, physical, speech, and occupational.

Our Offerings

  • Oncology Rehabilitation: Oncology rehabilitation provides various therapies to cancer patients during and after the treatment. The goal of oncology rehabilitation is to provide strength, reduce stress, regain confidence, boost endurance, and maintain energy to participate in daily activities.
  • Orthopedic Physiotherapy: It involves various techniques that provide optimal care to the ligaments and tendons, connective tissues, joints, muscles, and bones. Orthopedic physiotherapy includes diagnosing and managing musculoskeletal problems, and accelerates recovery and movement after orthopedic surgery.
  • Neurological Physiotherapy: It is a specialized branch of physiotherapy that involves functional improvement in patients suffering from neurological conditions. The goals of neurological physiotherapy include slowing neurological deterioration, optimizing potential, and assisting children with neurological disorders achieve milestones.
  • Post-operative Physiotherapy: It is offered to patients after surgery and during recovery. Post-surgical rehabilitation reduces pain, improves strength, and enhances motion. It involves massage, customized exercises, and hands-on mobilization.
  • Cardio-pulmonary Rehabilitation: Cardio-pulmonary rehabilitation is a customized program comprising exercise and information to increase endurance and improve the overall quality of life. It assists in reversing muscle weakness and dysfunction and enhances functional capacity.
  • Pediatric Physiotherapy: Pediatric physiotherapy is a specialized branch related to identifying, evaluating, diagnosing, and treating physiological impairments in children. The pediatric physiotherapy covers learning difficulties, respiratory, developmental, neurological and musculoskeletal issues.
  • Geriatric Rehabilitation: Geriatric rehabilitation experts determine the particular needs of the elderly and develop a customized rehabilitation program considering physical, functional, and cognitive aspects.
  • Sports physiotherapy: It is a branch of physical therapy related to managing patients suffering from injuries that occur during sports activities. Sports physiotherapists aim to evaluate and diagnose injury, determine its cause, develop a customized treatment plan, rehabilitate, and improve performance.
  • Pre and Post-Gynecology Rehabilitation: Women need to undergo pre-and post-operative care if advised to undergo a gynecological surgery. Appropriate pre-operative care, both psychologically and physically, ensures a smooth recovery after the surgery. Further, a customized and appropriately planned post-operative care regimen shortens hospital stays, reduces morbidity, and enhances patient satisfaction.