A stroke occurs when the blood supply to part of your brain is interrupted or reduced, preventing brain tissue from getting oxygen and nutrients. Brain cells begin to die in minutes. Stroke is a medical emergency and prompt treatment is crucial. Early action can reduce brain damage and other complications.
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First of all, Physiotherapist will ask some relevant questions and record all of your health history and how the injuries you suffered may have occurred. Next, the therapist will examine you objectively through observations and physical tests based on a specific ‘outcome measure’.
Treatment for stroke will focus on restoring patients to their most optimal physical level using ‘Manual Physiotherapy Technique” treatment methods and a structured and focused exercise program. In addition, treatment sessions will also focus on ensuring that patients can return to independent living based on the targets or goals of a patient (for example can return to work/ ‘return to work’ or can walk alone). Treatment sessions will also focus on teaching patients to modify lifestyle to suit the patient’s condition.
In the consultation session, Physiotherapist will explain to the patient and caregiver about the patient's condition, including the cause of the problem experienced by the patient based on anatomy and physiology, how to prevent the problem from recurring and the prescription of exercise at home.
Flexible treatment hours- 9 a.m. to 10 p.m
Treatment moves to your home or to our clinic
Effective treatment using manual physiotherapy technique
Well trained physiotherapist & have a Bachelor’s degree in physiotherapy
Female patients are only treated by female therapists & vice versa.
Strategic location and easy to find