Yoga for Rehabilitation

More than 2000 years ago, an Indian sage described yoga as “preventive, healing art, science, and philosophy” for the purpose of blending the mind, body, and spirit to achieve optimum health. Yoga is usually regarded as a practice most associated with healthy individuals. Some images portray yoga as a mystical, spiritual ritual associated with meditation and relaxation.
Physical therapists have only recently begun to embrace the postures and breathing techniques used in this ancient practice. Physical therapists have advanced education and training in human anatomy, human physiology, and the movement sciences. They are uniquely qualified to assess and identify deviations from normal movement and changes in physical performance which have developed as a result of an illness or injury.The underlying causes of movement dysfunction are vast and usually involve an interruption of the delicate interaction between the musculoskeletal, neurological, and cardio-respiratory systems of the body.

Benefits of Cardiac Rehabilitation

After suffering a heart attack or being diagnosed with heart failure, patients may feel overwhelmed and confused on what they can do to better their health. Cardiac rehabilitation takes into consideration all of the different aspects that are needed to keep your heart healthy and aims to reduce the risk of a future cardiac event.
Cardiac rehabilitation is ideal for patients who recently had a heart attack, are recovering from a cardiac surgery or have been diagnosed with a serious heart condition. A cardiac rehabilitation program uses a comprehensive approach to address exercise, diet, risk factor management, smoking habits, lifestyle modifications and psycho-social counselling. All of these factors play a part in reducing cardiovascular risk and serious complications.
Those who participate in this type of cardiac rehabilitation tend to show improvement in medication adherence, with some patients even showing a decreased need for medications to treat chest pain. Additionally, cardiac re…

Simple procedures in Cardiac Rehabilitation after ASD closure surgery for Adults and young patients

Simple procedures in Cardiac Rehabilitation   after ASD closure surgery for Adults and   young patients

Heart: The human heart is the most important part of our body which performs pumping of blood throughout the body by using the circulatory system, supply essential nutrients and oxygen to the tissues and helps in removing waste and carbon dioxide. If the heart doesn’t perform the above activates it may lead to serious effects or death ASD Closure surgery: atrial septal defect (ASD) is a type of congenital heart disease usually referred to as heart hole most of these develop during early child stages. In a high number of cases, ASDs are diagnosed and treated successfully with few complications. Most of these conditions it doesn’t show any signs or symptoms patient may look healthy and gain weight and in severe cases of symptoms may include poor appetite, Growth, tiredness, breathing problems, lung infections. The doctor may recommend several lab tests such as chest X-ray, ECG, Echo fo…

Awards for best women scientist in the upcoming Rehabilitation Health 2020 conference

3rd World Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation” Conference is a two-day Scientific Gathering to Discuss New Research Concepts in  the field of Physical Medicine Rehabilitation which is going to be held in the month of June 18-19, 2020 at Dubai, UAE which comprises prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations, and Exhibitions. The Theme of the conference is “Joining hands to create a future without Disabilities”. Rehabilitation health 2020 will be a great platform to gather and share knowledge, presentations, panel discussions, interactive dialogue about the Expanding world of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. This conference consists of A physiatrist, Physiotherapist, Researchers, Occupational therapists, Speech language pathologists,Respiratory therapists, Neurologists and Students who dispense an international forum on extending of approved research. Rehabilitation Health 2020 proudly announces Women Scientist (The Women of Science Award) for those who present th…

Electro Diagnostic Medicine

Electro Diagnostic Medicine Electro diagnostic medicine is the subspecialty in physical medicine and rehabilitation which uses electrophysiological techniques for treatment and diagnosis for neurologic and neuromuscular systems. These studies are used in suspected diagnostics conformation, Pathological definition, and subclinical disease process identification. These conditions treated include nerve complications, carpal tunnel syndrome, radiculopathy, polyneuropathy, Muscular diseases. Conditions that are diagnosed include ALS, muscle dystrophy, Multiple sclerosis. Some of the common practices include electromyography, Nerve conditioning studies. The main aim of this devises is to show the extent of nerve damage and also heeling status. This provision of this quality EDM requires autonomy and physiology of peripheral nerves and muscles also extensive medical and scientific evaluation.Interdisciplinary physics and biology of electrical signals generated by nerves and muscles Muscle pai…

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation For Brain Injuries

Brain injuries are often associated with the damage of Brain cells. Mainly there are two types of injuries one is Traumatic brain injury(TBI) which is caused by an external force such as jolt or blow to head common causes include motorcycle crashes, Sports injuries, Falls in this mainly it damages the skull. Another category of damage include Acquired brain injury (ABI) which occurs at the cellular level as a result of pressure on the brain or genetic or cognitive disorders such as fetal alcohol syndrome, perinatal hypoxia, Tumours, stroke, Aneurysms and many more .The severity of the damage can vary with the type of injury complications may vary as temporary to life-changing and debilitating problems
Symptoms of this Brain injury are numerous and categorised such as Cognitive which include Difficulty in expressing thoughts,Understanding, processing information, memory loss and perceptualsymptoms include change in vision, hearing, the sensation of touch and feel, Disorders of smell and…

Can Rehabilitation Help recover spinal Cord Injury?

Physical medicine and rehabilitation: Physical medicine and rehabilitation is a branch of medicine that intends to restore body functions of people that they lost due to medical conditions or injury.Rehabilitation helps in restoring several body functions, as well as intestine and bladder issues, mastication and swallowing, issues in thinking or reasoning, movement or quality, speech, and language.. Conditions that affect the ability to function include brain disorders, such as stroke, multiple sclerosis, or cerebral palsy, chronic pain including back and neck pain, major bone or joint surgery, severe burns, or limb amputation, severe arthritis, severe weakness after recovering from a serious illness, spinal cord injury or brain injury. Spinal cord injury: it’s the temporary or permanent damage to changes in the function of the spinal cord or damage to any spinal cord nerves symptoms may include problems with muscular weakness, coordination, spasms, stiff muscles, overactive reflexes. …