Physical Rehabilitation Unit
A multi-disciplinary rehabilitation unit for people with a wide range of disabilities caused by disease or injuries for their final journey from hospital to home. These include spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain injuries, strokes, neurological disorders, orthopaedic conditions and other debilitating conditions and illnesses.
We help people who have become physically or cognitively impaired with the means to lead meaningful lives, regardless of any disability they may have acquired or circumstances they are returning to.
We not only provide medical and rehabilitation care but have a fully integrated rehabilitation team of therapists; including Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Dietician, Psychologist for emotional support of patient and family and a Social Worker. This integrated team provides individual therapy with the goal of reintegration into the community, minimizing the burden of care on the caregivers.
We make it possible for people to live meaningful and fulfilled lives despite physical and mental handicaps, injuries, disabilities or illness. In this process we aim to educate and empower families during life changing events affecting their loved ones.
Conditions for Physical Rehabilitation
We provide inpatient and outpatient physical rehabilitation for people challenged with a wide range of disabilities caused by disease or injuries, such as:
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Patients with upper motor neuron lesions
- Traumatic brain injury
- Spinal cord injury (paraplegic & quadriplegic))
- Parkinson’s disease
- Patients with balance problems
- Pusher syndrome
- Cerebral meningitis / encephalitis
- Intracranial abscess
- Cancer affecting the brain or spinal cord
- Multiple sclerosis
- Myasthenia Gravis
- Arnold Chiari syndrome
Patients with lower motor neuron lesions
- Peripheral neuropathies
- Bell’s Palsy
- Transverse myelitis
- Motor neuron disease
- Muscle dystrophies
- Multiple injuries
- Chronic pain