One of the Best Post-Operative Care in Hyderabad
The Department of Physiotherapy at Maxicure Hospitals is staffed with expert Physiotherapists and provides the highest quality of evidence based Physiotherapy using a hands-on approach, exercise and education to decrease pain, improve function and return patients to doing things they love.
Every patient has their own specific needs and expectations and the department of qualified physiotherapists work with individual patients to get them back to pain free and healthy life.
Anyone who has had surgery and who is experiencing pain, stiffness, reduced balance and coordination, muscle weakness, reduced mobility, low exercise tolerance and reduced independence will benefit from a rehabilitation programme when they have been discharged from hospital.
Post surgical rehabilitation may be necessary for a variety of surgical procedures including orthopedic, cardiac, thoracic, neurological and abdominal surgery. All types of surgery present with a number of post operative consequences which can be helped with physiotherapy.
CARDIOLOGY: Physiotherapists start rehabilitation by commencing non strenuous exercises and simple passive movements to maintain the overall activities of daily living.
NEUROLOGY: Neurological Physiotherapy helps patients with disorders that affect the brain, spinal cord and nerves such as stroke, MS and Parkinson’s disease. It is based on exercises to restore motor function through attempting to overcome motor deficits and improve motor patterns.
GYNECOLOGY: It is a subspecialty in Physiotherapy concerned with health throughout the child bearing period, and helps the mother to adjust advantageously to the physical and psychological changes of pregnancy and the postnatal period so that stresses of child bearing are minimized.
ORTHOPEDICS: Physiotherapy plays a major role in pain management, achieving complete range of motion (ROM), strength training, gait training, posture correction and ergonomic advice.
BARIATRICS: Physiotherapists help manage concerns such as arthritis, fibromyalgia, diabetes, osteoarthritis, osteoporosis or joint pain by evaluating strength, flexibility, balance, mobility and endurance and weight loss.