Physiotherapy

At Revival, our patients are treated by very qualified Sports physiotherapists who help sportsmen and sportswomen perform at their best by identifying and treating sports injuries. They develop treatment programmes to help recovery, and also give advice on how to avoid sports injuries. We also treat orthopedic injuries and the therapy has resulted to be very effective in restoring the function of the effected body part. We not only use our knowledge and experience to treat your symptoms but provide a complete assessment to determine and correct the underlying factors that may have caused your injury. It is our physiotherapists aim is to treat pain efficiently and restore complete function and mobility.

We treat following at Revival :

  • Joint Injury

  • Ligament Injury

  • Muscle injury

  • Tendon Injury

  • Bursitis

  • Shoulder Dislocation,Tennis elbow

  • Foot & Ankle injury / sprain is the most common sports injury

  • Rehabilitation after ACL reconstruction

  • Hamstring Injuries

  • Rotator cuff

  • Achilles Tendon

  • Patellar instability

 

Our physiotherapist holds the degree of Masters in Sports Medicine. He understands the reasons of injury caused and the forces acting on the body during sport due to his exposure to athletic injuries. He has experience in treating players from all different sports arena like Rugby, Tennis, Rowing, Golfers, Cricket and all other national competitions. We apply this experience to all clients to allow them to safely return to a pain free active lifestyle.

Physiotherapy Sub-Specialties

Physiotherapy has evolved in the form of various sub-specialties, which enable PT to deal with various conditions in a more effective and appropriate way. Below is the list of various sub-specialties and their uses:

 

Neurological physiotherapy

Neurological conditions lead to extreme muscle weakness, loss of balance and coordination, muscle spasm, tremors, loss of function, and decreased sensation. Neurological physiotherapy aims at establishing mobility and treating functional disorders which originate from nervous and neuromuscular system such as stroke, spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain injuries, multiple sclerosis, sciatica, aneurysm, and Parkinson’s disease.

 

This includes conditions affecting the central nervous system, such as:

  • Stroke

  • Multiple Sclerosis

  • Parkinson’s

  • Motor Neurons Disease

  • Spinal Cord Injury

  • Cerebral Palsy

Damage to your central nervous system, including your brain and your spinal cord, means that the messages from your brain are not reaching the affected parts of your body. This can result in loss of movement and sensation, uncoordinated movement, weak and floppy muscles, spasm and tremor.

When the nervous system is damaged, everyday activities can become difficult as a result of:

  • Weakness or paralysis

  • Balance and coordination problems

  • Catching your toes when you walk, known as Dropped Foot or Foot Drop

  • Changes in your respiratory function

  • Problems with speech and swallowing

  • Issues with continence

Physical therapy for neurological disorders will be tailored to the particular needs of the patient and the specific condition to build strength and for continued use of muscles to avoid tissue atrophy.

Treatment Techniques;

  • Specific exercises to re-activate specific muscle groups

  • Joint mobilizations

  • Soft tissue mobilizations

  • Balance exercises

  • Movement re-education

  • Electrical stimulation

  • Dry Needling

  • Advice on lifestyle and fatigue management

  • Exercise class

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Orthopedic/ musculoskeletal physiotherapy


This sub-specialty deals with repairing the deformities and treating the ailments related to human musculoskeletal system, which include correcting the muscles, ligaments, bones, joints, and tendons. The main aim is to alleviate pain, increase mobilization, and to rectify the skeletal injury. Musculoskeletal Physiotherapists have expertise in the treatment of musculoskeletal (muscle and joint) conditions. Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy employs advanced clinical assessment and diagnosis methods. Musculoskeletal physiotherapists and have been trained in a broader range of treatment techniques and normally hold a Masters of Physiotherapy qualification.Physiotherapists can diagnose, treat and prevent muscle and joint problems, especially spinal conditions that commonly cause lower back pain and neck pain.

How can Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy help you?

 

Your Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist can:

 

  • Totally relieve or reduce your pain

  • Provide you with strategies to best manage your injury or condition

  • Help you to recover quicker and hasten your return to your normal activities

  • Improve your flexibility, muscle strength, quality of movement, pro prioception and co-ordination

  • Assist you to achieve exercise or functional goals

  • Improve your fitness

  • Help you to prevent future injury recurrences

  • Prescribe exercises to do at home, work in the gym to enhance your recovery

Cardiopulmonary physiotherapy

 

This sub-specialty treats the patients who suffer from cardiopulmonary disorders such as cardiac arrest and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Physiotherapists run cardiac rehabilitation centers and educate the patients about certain forms of exercises and resistance training techniques which can help them improve their overall quality of life. 

 

Patients for cardiac rehabilitation include those who are recovering from heart attack (myocardial infarction), open heart surgery, angina, angioplasty, stent placement, heart transplant, and those considered at risk for developing coronary disease. Also eligible are those who want to participate in a structured exercise program to improve their health and reduce the risk of heart disease.

 

Initial exercises include range of motion activities, walking. These exercises aid your recovery, decrease de conditioning associated with bed rest, gradually increase your activity level and improve your confidence for long term lifestyle changes.

Exercises are individualized for you based on your medical condition and recommendations from your physician. Upon discharge home exercise program are included.

 

The primary goal of the physio is to improve cardiovascular functional capacity. Your exercise tolerance test will determine your individualized exercise program. The exercise prescription enables you to achieve cardiovascular conditioning safely, within the limitations of your heart disease. This is achieved in typically from 6-12 weeks, with 1-hour exercise sessions meeting 2-3 times per week. The frequency of the program can be designed to meet your individual needs.

Paediatric physiotherapy

Physiotherapists are specialized in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of infants, children, and adolescents with a variety of congenital, developmental, neuromuscular, skeletal, or acquired disorders/diseases.

Pediatric rehabilitation is designed to improve the abilities of children and young people following major injury, illness or medical procedures which affect their function. Pediatric rehabilitation programs aim to maximize the ability of the child to participate in activities at home, school and the community. Families and caregivers play a key role in the rehabilitation program. An individualized program is designed to achieve specific goals in areas such as mobility, self care and communication. Suitability for rehabilitation is assessed on an individual basis.

Treatments focus mainly on improving gross and fine motor skills, balance and coordination, strength and endurance as well as cognitive and sensory processing/integration.

 

What we offer - children with recognized difficulties/ impairment that may require support from this service include those with a neurological conditions such as:

 

  • Cerebral Palsy

  • Muscular dystrophy

  • Spina Bifida

  • Toe walking and other walking abnormalities

  • Learning difficulties

  • Developmental delay

  • Motor control difficulties

  • Respiratory conditions

  • Physical disabilities

Geriatric physiotherapy

This sub-specialty deals with certain age-related medical conditions such as arthritis (pain in the joints), osteoporosis (fragile and brittle bones). Geriatric physiotherapists guide elderly about restricting certain movements which can aggravate pain, provide their patients with gait aides to improve overall mobility and to minimize pain by employing various techniques and exercises.