Occupational and Physiotherapy Unit

Occupational Therapy is a mode of treatment provided with the use of purposeful activity for individuals who are disabled due to physical injuries or psychological and neurological deficits. Occupational Therapy is a goal-directed activity to promote persons with disabilities into independence in day-to-day functioning. Physiotherapy deals with treating patients with physical modalities like heat, cold and electricity; and various types of Exercise Therapy for accelerating the patient’s recovery from injuries and diseases which have altered his normal way of living. The different electrical modalities used in the unit are Short-Wave Diathermy (SWD), Interferential Therapy (IFT), Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS) and Ultra Sound Therapy. Clients with various disorders like musculo-skeletal disorders, nerve disorders, developmental and sensory disorders, cognition and psychomotor disorders, skin disorders and other injuries, mental health disorders, cerebral palsy, polio, arthritis, hemiplegic patients and amputees can make use of the facility.

Every year, generally, weekly twice medical consultation was made available from the Dept of OT & PT. This consultation included patients suffering with Cerebral Palsy, Mental Retardation, Paralysis, Arthritis, Congenital deformities, and also all kinds of Skeletal and Ligament injuries. Total benefited patients varied from year to year, including the adults, children, and aged people.

 
 
 

 


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