Neuro rehab services
- Occupational therapy
- Speech therapy
- Orthotic and prosthetic services
- Aquatic therapy
- Home care neuro rehab - home visit services
- Spine surgeon consulting
- Neurologist consulting
- Dance movement therapy
- Advance equipment and therapy.
- Certified Trained therapist in Neuro Developmental therapy (NDT USA), Propriocetive neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF), Motor learning (MRP Australia ).
- Body weight support treadmill training for walking
- Functionalelectrical stimulation (FES) with wireless EMG sensors for Upper limb functional training and wireless heel sensors for walking/ gait training.
- Wirelesspro for Strengthening
- Virtual reality training with x box 360 kinect, Wii Nintendo, Occulus go VR headset, for balance, cordination training.
- Robotic assisted gaming for upper limb training
- Aquatic therapy : Heated/ temperature controlled pool for aquatic therapy for neuro rehabilitation, musculoskeletal disorders, weight reduction, fitness and geriatric Rehab.
- Basic training
- Circuit training- Intensive training
- Advance training and motor learning
1. Basic training: Module -
- This rehab module is advised for the
- a. Initial stage patient 1 week to 1 month when they are physically weak and unfit for intensive long hours of training.
- b. Poor cardiopulmonary status. Uncontrolled / unstable blood pressure and sugar levels.
- c. Recent cardiovascular surgery done in past 1 - 3 months.
- d. Post spinal cord injury and spinal fixation done up to 2-3 months
- e. Those patient want to do only 1 hour of training
|Module code||Module name||Objective of module||Duration of therapy|
|Rehab 1||Comprehensive Rehab||Basic training session includes bed mobility , upper and lower limb, gait and balance training.||60 minutes.|
- In this module patient will treated with less intensive training with aim of teaching basic bed mobility, sitting balance, standing balance and walking training. There will 10-20 repetitions of each exercises, more breaks will be provided based on patients physical capacity and tolerance.
2. Circuit training -
- it is Intensive Training of 2-3 Modules of 2-3 of high intensity, high repetition and long duration training.
|Module code||Module name||Objective of module||Duration of therapy||Special features|
|Rehab 2||foundation rehab module||Facilitation of upper and lower limb control for VC 0 to 2, bed mobility||60 minutes.||High intensity, high repetition 100-200/exercise, Task specific exercise design|
|Rehab 3.||Intensive Training Intensive upper limb and hand training||Intensive task specific training of upper limb and hand control||60 minutes.||High intensity, high repetition 100-200/exercise, Task specific exercise design for ADL.|
|Rehab 4.||Intensive Training Intensive strength and endurance training||Intensive strength and endurance training for improving strengh in upper and lower limb, trunk. Improving physical fitness||60 minutes.||High intensity, high repetition 100-200/exercise, Task specific exercise design for strengthening with machines & gym equipment|
|Rehab 5||Intensive Training Balance standing and gait training||Training of sit to stand, standing balance , walking and stair climbing||60 minutes.||High intensity, high repetition 100-200/exercise, Task specific exercise design for treadmill and level ground walking|
3. Advance Rehab and motor learning.
- Advance machine and motor learning methods are used to promote movement control in functional activities.
- Body weight supported treadmill training: Body-weight–supported treadmill training (BWSTT) is an intervention used by physical therapists in a variety of practice settings. BWSTT provides a system for working on strength, endurance, and task-specific gait training. Body-Weight Supported Treadmill Training (BWSTT) It has been several decades since it was first demonstrated that daily treadmill training can enhance locomotor activity in animals that have a complete spinal cord transection (Edgerton et al., 1991; Barbeau and Rossingnol, 1987).
- Evidence in Spinal cord injury rehab: click here of details High intensity body weight support treadmill training induces long-term walking performance improvement without spasticity increase after chronic incomplete spinal cord injury
- this study concluded that one-month program based on BWSTT can be proposed to walking patients with incomplete chronic SCI in order to enhance gait speed, improve motor control and efficiency of walking without spasticity enhancement.
- Evidence in Stroke rehab: click here of details Treadmill training and body weight support for walking after stroke : People after stroke who receive treadmill training, with or without body weight support, are not more likely to improve their ability to walk independently compared with people after stroke not receiving treadmill training, but walking speed and walking endurance may improve slightly in the short term. Specifically, people with stroke who are able to walk (but not people who are dependent in walking at start of treatment) appear to benefit most from this type of intervention with regard to walking speed and walking endurance.
- Functional electrical stimulation for upper control and hand control: to improve shoulder control and hand release in functional activities of daily life. I.e lifting glass /bottle of water, overhead activities. click here for LINK
- Functional electrical stimulation for lower limb control: FES used to improve foot clearance during swing phase of gait. click her for VIDEO
Wireless Pro Strengthening Wireless Professional – Functional Rehab in Motion
- Muscle Stimulator FUNCTIONAL REHABILITATION IN MOTION The Wireless Professional is today’s most advanced electrotherapy unit, offering enhanced ease-of-use and convenience while saving space and time to optimize patient treatment. By introducing the smart mi-Technology in each module and offering the best in market professional programs, this device reinvents functional rehabilitation as we know it: a combination of e-stim with active exercise allowing you to improve therapy efficiency and patient satisfaction.
- Wireless technology: Gives your patient a total freedom of movement facilitating patient manipulations and allowing you to combine active exercise with electro stimulation for a better result.
- Muscle intelligence technology: Offers personalized stimulation, adapted to your patient’s physiology. mi-SCAN, mi-TENS, mi-RANGE, mi-ACTION function available on every module.
- Specific programs make it easy for the Physio to treat a patient with the optimal parameters. These indications cover Pain relief, Rehabilitation, Vascular, Neurologic rehabilitation, Conditioning and Aesthetic categories.
- The Wireless Professional is today’s most advanced electrotherapy unit, offering enhanced ease-of use and convenience while saving space and time to optimize patient treatment. By introducing the smart mi-Technology in each module and offering the best in market professional programs, this device
- reinvents functional rehabilitation as we know it: a combination of e-stim with active exercise allowing you to improve therapy efficiency and patient satisfaction.
Neuro muscular electrical stimulation (NMES)
Virtual reality training games for balance and coordination.
- X BOX 360 kinect
- WII BALANCE GAMES
head set VR
UL Robitic assisted games
Matrix Rhythm therapy
- Matrix rhythm therapy (MRT) is a new application of vibromassage used in special education and rehabilitation centers; sports clubs, orthopedic and neurological conditions for pain relief, reducing muscle tightness and spasticity.