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Stroke Rehabilitation

Welcome to Pro Physiotherapy for a complete course of exercises for stroke patients, where we will cover every muscle group from toe to head. In Stroke, Physiotherapy plays an important part in the process of rehabilitation. Stroke rehabilitation can be a difficult and time-consuming process, but with proper care and treatment, it is possible to make a full recovery. Pro Physiotherapy in Bangalore is one of the leading centers for stroke rehabilitation in the city. With their team of experienced physiotherapists, they provide comprehensive treatments for stroke patients to help them regain their mobility and independence. Their services include physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, cognitive therapy and more. They also offer specialized programs such as aqua therapy and yoga to help speed up the recovery process. Their goal is to get patients back on their feet as soon as possible by helping them regain strength and balance so that they can lead an active lifestyle once again.

Home Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy at home is hassle-free. A physiotherapist will come to your home for one-on-one assessment and treatment. No traffic, no uncooperative weather, no waiting rooms. Pro Physiotherapy, Home Physiotherapy is a locally owned and operated private physiotherapy service committed to offering you quality care in the comfort and privacy of your own home.

Post-Surgical Rehab

Post Operation. The success of your surgery depends on your surgeon and your physical therapist after your surgery. In hospital post-surgery, you may be provided with simple physiotherapy exercises to minimize complications such as DVT’s or lung infections and to avoid initial weakness.

Geriatric Rehabilitation

Geriatric physiotherapy is a specialty within the field of physical therapy that focuses on the aging population. Therapists at Pro Physiotherapy, Bangalore specializing in this area of practice typically have added knowledge and experience meeting the unique needs of the elderly population .

Sports Injury Prevention & Rehabilitation

Sports Injury: We have provided sports injury-specific physiotherapy treatment to individuals of all athletic levels since we opened our clinic. You are at the heart of our patient-centered therapeutic care programs. Our Sports physiotherapist Dr. Nivedha Dilip is one of the best sports physiotherapists in Bangalore. She is highly qualified , well experienced to handle all types of sports related issues. To read more about her click here.

Rehabilitation for Neurological Disease

Rehabilitation for Neurological Disease

All neurological disorders are essentially healthcare conditions caused by problems in the body’s nervous system. The human nervous system is rather complex presenting an array of structural configurations, many of which haven’t been fully decoded even in today’s age of progressive scientific research. However, it has been established that the nervous systems uses a number of electrical circuits and biochemical reactions to control various aspects of the human body. The nerves extending from the brain and those surrounding the spinal cord form the core of the human nervous system and the slightest of problems in these nerves can cause serious damage, resulting in the occurrence of symptoms that are defined as Neurological Disorders. Pro Physiotherapy has a great team of neuro expert physiotherapists to give a better rehabilitation. Know more

Spinal Rehabilitation

Pro Physiotherapy offers research-based techniques for spine rehabilitation. Lakhs of Indians are adversely affected by spine-related problems every year. Pro Physiotherapy Spine Care provides cutting-edge services to combat this escalating health care issue.

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Manual Therapy

A manual therapy treatment program begins with an assessment of a patient’s physical functions, to analyze active and passive movement. A patient’s evaluation may also include neuro dynamic testing for diagnosis and development of their treatment plan. As its name indicates, manual therapy is a hands-on treatment method, which may include any of the following procedures : soft tissue mobilization, strain-counterstain techniques, joint manipulation, joint mobilization, muscle energy techniques (METs), myofascial release, high velocity/low amplitude thrusting, or muscle re-education. Spinal manipulation, spinal mobilization, osteopathic manipulation and dry needling are other forms of manual therapy that may be used by a physical therapist to treat certain conditions. A manual therapy treatment program will also typically include a home exercise component, which aims to speed up the recovery process for injuries, or help patients with specific diseases better manage their chronic pain.

Myofascial Release

Myofascial release is a manual physical therapy treatment method, with a duration of 30 and 50 minutes per session, occurring daily or several times per week, for up to several months at a time. Myofascial release primarily relies on muscle relaxation techniques, in addition to muscle stretching techniques, to elongate the muscles and eliminate muscle tightness. Techniques such as "foam rolling”, where a large foam cylinder is used to reduce myofascial restrictions is also frequently used in myofascial release therapy. The end result of the myofascial release treatment process is increased blood flow, increased lymphatic circulation, and ultimately less pain for patients in the targeted area.

Therapeutic Exercise

A physical therapy exercise program may encompass a wide range of activities, including : stretching exercises, bending exercises, lifts, rotations, rocking exercises, arching and extensions, for various body parts. Specific exercises that may be integrated into a therapeutic exercise program include : controlled leg raises, core strengthening exercises, crunches, dynamic stabilization exercises, hyper extensions, lumbar traction and pelvic tilts. Therapeutic exercise programs may also incorporate a wide range of exercise equipment, such as abdominal machines, cable columns/pulleys, elliptical machines, exercise bars, recumbent cycles, resistance bands, rowers, steppers and treadmills. Water therapy (also known as aquatic therapy or hydrotherapy) may also be included in a therapeutic exercise program, when weight bearing activities cannot be sustained, which may be applicable to some patients who are elderly, to those who are disabled, and for those who are excessively obese. Heat therapy and massage therapy may also be incorporated in to some therapeutic exercise programs, In order to relax patients’ muscles at the end of each treatment session.

Nerve Stimulation/TENS

The TENS treatment process begins with the attachment of small electrodes on the targeted area(s) of the patient’s body, followed by electrical stimulation of the nerves for the duration of the treatment cycle. TENS therapy generally causes little discomfort to patients and is applied for 15 minutes or less, per treatment session. TENS is a very effective method for providing short term pain relief to physical therapy patients, and also speeds up the healing process for injuries, by improving circulation and blood flow. Topical steroid medications may also be delivered using a TENS device, in a treatment process known as Iontophoresis. With this procedure, the current produced by the TENS unit pushes the medication into the soft tissue layer of the patient’s body, helping to reduce inflammation and pain. Patients should know that for safety reasons, TENS therapy cannot be applied over the eyes, over a tumor, through the chest, on broken skin or directly over the spinal cord. In addition, patients with pacemakers and women who are in the first weeks of pregnancy, should consult with their primary physician before receiving TENS therapy.

Ultrasound Therapy

There are two types of ultrasound therapy that we use to treat patients with soft tissue pain or injuries. Thermal ultrasound therapy is the first option, which creates a deep warming effect in the soft tissues, while accelerating the healing process through increased metabolism at the cellular level. Mechanical ultrasound therapy may also be used, providing a minor warming effect, while causing the expansion and contraction of microscopic gas bubbles in the soft tissues, which helps to reduce scar tissue and swelling. Ultrasound is applied using an applicator or transducer that comes into direct contact with the patient's skin. The head of the applicator is completely covered with gel, helping to reduce friction and facilitate the transmission of ultrasonic waves. The ultrasound devices used by physical therapistsemploy alternating compression and sound wave rarefaction with a frequency of >20,000 cycles/second at 0.7 to 3.3 MHz. The ultrasound waves that are produced, are primarily absorbed by the connective tissue in the treatment area, including the ligaments, tendons and fascia, as well as any scar tissue.

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Have more questions? call 89-510-22334. If you can’t find the specific information that you are looking for please call us on 89-510-22334 alternatively you can email: prophysiotherapyinfo@gmail.com

What do I wear to the sessions?

It is recommended that you wear loose fitting clothing to all sessions. Shorts are useful for back and lower limb problems. Vest tops are useful for neck and upper limb problems. Your physiotherapist may require you to partially undress to assess and treat your problem appropriately, however if you are uncomfortable with this you should just say so.

What should I expect from my first visit?

On the initial visit you will undergo a thorough assessment. This begins with a talk about the problem and your general health. You will then have a physical assessment which will help identify the affected tissues. The assesment findings will be discussed with you, you will recieve a relevant treatment session along with some exercises for home and advice on managing your condition.

How many sessions will I need?

This will depend on what your problem is, how long you have had it and what you wish to achieve from physiotherapy. One session will be sufficient if diagnosis, a single treatment, advice and specific exercise is what you would like. Or you may find that you benefit from attending more than one treatment session. This can be discussed during your first session but ultimately is your decision.

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