Is Occupational Rehabilitation Related to Women’s Health?

On International Women’s Day know how to get rid of pelvic pain during pregnancy and birth process. The specialty of some occupational therapists in women’s health looks like a natural development. Occupational therapists are concerned with how our daily activities affect our health. This focus has led some OTs to concentrate on therapeutic techniques that exactly address some of the health challenges that women face. Occupational rehabilitation is the practices of returning injured workers to a level of work activity.
Urinary Incontinence/Pelvic Pain/Pelvic Health: There are many types of urinary incontinence – a common reason of all of the types are a weakness of the pelvic floor. An OT studying in pelvic floor therapy can help you isolate and then strengthen the weakened muscles. Along with exercise, an OT can take a holistic look at your life from nutrition to your posture and how these influences your pelvic health.
Another sign of a pelvic floor disorder can be pelvic pain. The pai…

Technological Advances in Neurological Rehabilitation

Neurological Rehabilitation is a formal method for the therapeutic treatment of patients with stroke or spinal cord injury, which develop severe sequelae that affect their motor and sensory abilities. Although the Central Nervous System has flexibility mechanisms for natural recovery, a high percentage of patients should receive specific therapies to regain motor function, such as Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy or Upright physical Therapy.
The neurorehabilitation has undergone severe changes due to the incorporation of computer and robotic electronic devices, designed to produce positive changes in cortical excitability of the cerebral hemisphere injured and so to improve neuroplasticity. 
Commonly treated conditions: ·Stroke recovery ·Spinal Cord Injury ·Cerebral palsy ·Parkinson's disease ·Multiple sclerosis ·Brain injury ·Post-polio syndrome ·Guillain–Barré syndrome
Equipment’s used for Neurological Rehabilitation: ·Electrotherapy Devices ·Apparatus for Transcranial Magnetic Stimula…

Learn How Effective Drug Rehabilitation Is

Rehab is a place where a patient undertakes Drug Rehabilitation i.e. correct medicine and treatment for addiction on psychoactive substances like alcohol, prescription drugs and street drugs including cocaine, heroin, amphetamines. The main purpose of drug rehabilitation is to enable the patient to stop using of drugs to avoid the physical consequences caused by extreme abuse.
Signs You Need Rehabilitation for Drug Abuse:
·Lone drug use ·Health problems ·Inability to stop using a drug, despite all of the problems it causes ·Shattered Relationships ·Psychological behavior ·Mood swings ·Neglected appearance ·Problems at school or work
Drug Rehabilitation Treatment includes:
·Medication for disorder or depression where counseling by physiatrist or specialists are given and sharing of experience with other addicts are usually done. ·Meditation and spiritual wisdom are included sometimes in the medication process. ·Psychological dependency is used where the physiatrist or specialists give guidance …

Why Cancer Rehabilitation is an integral part of the treatment?

Cancer treatment may disturb physical, social, psychological, and work-related abilities. Rehabilitation helps persons to recover these abilities and maintain independence.
Many people than ever are suffering with cancer, but the disease and its life-saving treatments often leave survivors with physical, cognitive, and emotional sequelae that need rehabilitation services. Cancer rehabilitation is developing to meet the complex needs of an increasing number of survivors: rehabilitation professionals are working to design interventions that restore the integrity of organ structure and function, remediate functional loss, and allow full involvement in personal roles and activities.
Cancer Rehabilitation help in reaching the following goals:
·Recover physical strength. ·Increase the ability to care for yourself which reduces the amount of support needed from caregivers. ·Adjust to actual, perceived, and potential losses. ·Reduce anxiety and depression. ·Manage symptoms of cancer and its treatmen…

Is Cardiac Rehabilitation Effective?

Coronary heart disease (CHD) is a vast global problem accounting for the leading reason of death worldwide. Acute myocardial Infraction (AMI) is the most public cause of death from CHD. Identifying this problem and the need to rehabilitate patients’ physiatrists recommend the provision of cardiac rehabilitation (CR) services. CR is a multi-component involvement generally including of structured exercise training, psychological support and education to promote positive lifestyle changes. Enhancements in risk factors, mortality, morbidity and Health-Related Quality of Life (HRQOL) have all been linked with CR attendance.
Benefits of Cardiac Rehabilitation: Heart Health ØImproves: ·Cholesterol and blood pressure measures ·Ability to participate in exercise ·Likelihood of quitting smoking                                                  ·Heart function, for those with heart failure   ØReduces: ·Progression of heart disease ·Hospital readmission's ·Emergency room visits ·Angina pain ·

2nd World Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Conference

2ndWorld Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Conference is a two-day conference which is going to be held on June 13-14, Helsinki, Finlandwhich comprises prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions. The Theme of the conference is “Exploring the new Innovations in Rehab Care”.
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This will be a great platform to gather and share knowledge, presentations, panel discussions, interactive dialogue about the emerging world of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. This conference consists of Physiatrist, Physiotherapist, Researchers, Students who dispenses an international forum on extending of approved research.
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation emphasis on advanced technologies.Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation centres around a complete program for putting the moments of a man's life back together – therapeutically, socially, candidly and professionally.
The objective of the Confer…

Postural orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS): Needs Rehabilitation Therapy

Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS) is the most common of several kinds of dysautonomia, characterized by dysfunction of the autonomic nervous system showing with signs of orthostatic intolerance with or without related orthostatic hypotension and extreme autonomic excitation. Along with musculoskeletal signs of POTS and its known associations with other clinical entities like Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, POTS constitute an unusual treatment challenge of which the orthopaedic surgeon, Physiatrist and other associated healthcare providers should be aware.
Symptoms: Cardiac symptoms: ·rapid palpitations ·lightheadedness ·chest discomfort ·dyspnea
Non-cardiac symptoms: ·brain fog ·headache ·nausea ·tremulousness ·blurred or tunnelled vision ·poor sleep ·exercise intolerance ·fatigue