Rehabilitation Trauma & Joint Replacement
Knee and Hip Surgery
Post-operative rehabilitation for Orthopaedics is provided by a specialized Physiotherapy set-up. Qualified professionals monitor the progress of patients through a carefully-designed exercise regimen.

Physiotherapy is a clinical health science and profession that aims to rehabilitate individuals having difficulty of movement by using evidence-based, natural methods such as exercise, motivation, adapted equipment and education.

Physiotherapy is also known as ‘physical therapy’. Physiotherapy concerns itself with providing physical healing methods for many different kinds of injuries and illnesses. Some of these techniques are hands-on, by involving using massage/ manipulation of the musculo-skeletal system. Knowing what is physiotherapy is crucial to getting this kind of help.

Education about physiotherapy is therefore essential. A physiotherapist guides patients how to care for their injuries. Exercises that can be done at home so that therapy can continue beyond the walls of the clinic or hospital are also taught. Patients could have injuries from sports or as a result of being involved in trauma or an accident. These injuries can be treated through physiotherapy. Given the right treatment and an injury that will respond to treatment, much progress can be made.

Exercises during pregnancy can be very useful not only for remaining fit but also during labour. These exercises help the expectant mother in relaxing muscles and breathing properly. Post-delivery exercises help a new mother to regain shape and fitness.
The BAGH Physiotherapy Dept. Houses the latest equipments that offer different exercise options, based on the needs of a patient. Treatment therapies include the use of heat, ice, ultrasound, short wave diathermy, TENS (Transcutaneous Nerve Stimulation), IFT (Interferential Therapy), Electrical stimulation - all these therapies relieve pain and stiffness.

Massage, chiropractic, and other hands-on methods, though simpler, are important. These tend to promote better health, both physical and psychological.
BAGH Physiotherapy Dept
The Dept of Physiotherapy offers consultation and treatment to outpatients and also hospitalised patients who are convalescing in diverse areas such as Intensive Care Units, Cardiac care units after bypass surgeries, after knee replacements, kidney transplants, post-natal care, gynaecological cases, etc.
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