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Physiotherapy For Hemiplegia

At Dr Sarwar Physiotherapy Centre in Dwarka we have great physiotherapists who have worked for years with patients with hemiplegia, noting a great improvement in their disease.

If you, or someone you know or a family member, suffers from hemiplegia, do not hesitate to contact physiotherapist in Dwarka, and without any commitment on your part, we will inform you of everything we can do so that person can recover their functionality.

What is Hemiplegia?

Hemiplegia is the paralysis of one side of the body after a brain or spinal injury, such as a stroke or caused by trauma. When there is a decrease in strength or partial paralysis, it is usually referred to as hemiparesis.

If hemiplegia is caused by damage to the left part of the brain, it is the right half of the body that will be affected. If, on the other hand, the right part of the brain is damaged, the left half of the body will be affected.


These patients have an inability or deficit to move the affected side, which causes:

  1. Rigidity.
  2. Difficulty walking, or walking in a coordinated way.
  3. Balance problems.
  4. Impossibility or difficulty in picking up and holding objects, as well as making precise movements.


The hemiplegic patient normally goes through three phases:

Acute or stroke phase: this is the most critical phase, as soon as the stroke occurs. The main objective is the medical stabilization of the person. Nowadays, there are specialized stroke units in many hospitals, which carry out the most immediate treatment.

Sometimes, the cerebrovascular accident does not take place suddenly, but there are some previous signs such as vision problems, speech problems, changes in behavior, headaches or dizziness, among others. If these patients come to the hospital early, it can be detected without the most acute phase taking place.

Stabilization phase: in it the patient, who has come out of the stroke phase, shows signs of confusion and disorientation in space-time. This is also where alterations in language are appreciated, if any, especially if the affectation has been on the left side of the brain.

Recovery phase: in this stage the patient evolves towards an improvement.

After the most acute phase, during the stabilization and recovery phases, hemiplegia goes through two phases:

  1. Flaccid phase: in it the patient cannot move the damaged side, tends not to use it due to decreased sensitivity and awareness of it. In this first stage the passive movements of the joints are not limited.
  2. Spastic phase: progressively spasticity appears. This means that muscle tone increases greatly and steadily. This causes a fixed posture, which can make the joints stiffer. Normally, the arm tends to be close to the body, in internal rotation with flexion of the elbow, wrist and fingers. In the lower limb, both flexors and extensors are affected, which can make standing and walking possible.

Rehabilitation work with physiotherapy in Dwarka should be as early as possible, starting once the patient is in the stabilization phase. The first six months after the damage occurs, the brain has a greater capacity for recovery, but in more advanced stages the patient will also be able to continue to progress in their recovery thanks to plasticity.

In this type of pathology of neurological origin, it is important, in the early stages, to maintain mobility to avoid incorrect postures or deformities. In successive phases of treatment, our goal will be mainly to improve mobility and increase the patient’s independence.

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Shoulder Dislocation Treatment in Delhi


Shoulder dislocation is a very common injury among athletes, caused by forced postures for the shoulder joint. A complete treatment of the injury is important so that the patient can recover the full mobility of the joint, as well as avoid a chronic injury that may affect their quality of life, says the physiotherapist in Janakpuri.


Shoulder dislocation is understood as that injury in which the head of the humerus comes out of the cavity of the scapula called glenoid, causing pain and instability in the patient’s joint. It is a common injury in sports practice, and as a result of dislocation a tear can occur in the nerves and tendons of the area.

Depending on the characteristics and symptoms presented by the patient’s injury, different types of shoulder dislocation can be differentiated. First of all, dub-coracoid dislocation, is the most common. In this case, the head of the humerus moves below the scapula. It is usually caused by a fall on the elbow when the arm is in extension.

Secondly, sub-glenoid dislocation, in which the head of the humerus does not exceed the humerus. It is usually caused by falls or trauma when the arm is in an internal rotation position. Finally, sub-clavicular shoulder dislocation could be differentiated, in this case, the head of the humerus moves over the ribs. It is usually caused by trauma or falls on the arm, explains the orthopaedic in Delhi.

Causes of shoulder dislocation

As explained above by the orthopaedic in Delhi, the most common causes of shoulder dislocation are related to falls or trauma. Therefore, they are common during sports practice, as well as in sports that involve contact.

In addition, shoulder dislocations can be caused by sudden movements that suppose a forced position for the joint. In these cases, the tearing of muscles and tendons is common.

Symptoms of shoulder dislocation

The symptoms of shoulder dislocation can vary depending on the causes and the patient’s injury. However, the most common symptomatology is based on acute pain in the joint that, in some cases, appears accompanied by inflammation and stiffness. In addition, the patient usually experiences immobility.

In cases where the shoulder dislocation causes damage to the nerves or nerve endings in the area, it is common for the patient to experience nudity, as well as a tingling sensation in the area.


Once the patient goes to the specialist traumatologist manifesting symptoms of shoulder dislocation, a physical examination of the area will be carried out first by the orthopaedic doctor in Delhi. It will study the points at which the patient experiences the greatest degree of pain, as well as the degree of mobility of the patient’s joint.

In some cases, it will be necessary to subject the patient to diagnostic tests that allow to expand the information available. The most common is usually to perform an X-ray or, in the cases mentioned above, in which it is suspected that there may be nerve involvement, a CT scan will be performed.

Treatments for shoulder dislocation

Once the patient has been diagnosed with a shoulder dislocation, an appropriate treatment should be prescribed to help relieve the pain. First of all, it is advisable to cease sports activity, as well as, minimize the activity of the shoulder joint. In this first phase, an anti-inflammatory treatment is usually prescribed, which relieves pain in the area.

Once the inflammation of the area has been reduced, the patient may be subjected to reduction manoeuvres, carried out by a professional physiotherapist in Dwarka. The objective of these is the relocation of the joint. If these manoeuvres do not provide the expected result, the patient may undergo surgery, says the orthopaedic surgeon in Delhi.

Physiotherapy treatment for shoulder dislocation

Once the first phase of rest is finished, one of the treatments that provides the best results for the treatment of shoulder dislocation is physiotherapy in Dwarka. This treatment should always be applied by a specialized physiotherapist in Janakpuri, and is based on the recovery of the mobility of the joint, as well as on the strengthening of the muscles of the area that helps prevent the injury from occurring again.

In the case of patients who are operated on by microsurgery or microdiscectomy to treat shoulder dislocation, a rehabilitative physiotherapy treatment in Dwarka is usually recommended, which helps to recover mobility after surgery.


In some cases, shoulder dislocation is inevitable, however, there are certain guidelines and recommendations that can significantly reduce the chances of suffering a shoulder dislocation.

First, the strengthening of the muscles of the shoulder area, through scheduled exercises, which protect the joint and reduce the risk of dislocation. In addition, it should be avoided to make sudden movements that involve forced positions for the joint, as well as avoid heavy loads.

In addition, a good technique acquires special importance when performing sports activities.

As explained, physiotherapy in Delhi is one of the most effective treatments for shoulder dislocation. In addition, following certain guidelines can significantly reduce the chances of suffering from this injury.

Hip Osteoarthritis


The hip joint is formed by the junction between the pelvic bones and the femur. In the part of the femur that is attached to the pelvis, a “sphere” is created called the head of the femur. In turn, this head fits into a hole that exists in the pelvis, creating a perfect gear that allows the bone to move in many of its directions.

Both the head of the femur, and the hollow of the pelvis in which it articulates, are covered with cartilage. Cartilage is a tissue that facilitates movement between bones and prevents them from rubbing directly against each other. Over the years and, as a consequence of the progressive deterioration of these cartilage, its thickness and texture are lost, even disappearing.

All this can cause a loss of the correct interlocking between the femur and the pelvis and consequently, symptoms of hip osteoarthritis, explains the Best Physiotherapist in Dwarka.

Best rehabilitation treatments for hip osteoarthritis

In Physiotherapy clinic in Dwarka, we offer exercises that tone and keep the hip in good condition, although we always study the patient before starting any program to see if they are able to perform these exercises, or if they need to make modifications to them, omit them or perform other more personalized.

Our physiotherapist in Dwarka will be able to recommend an alternative or complementary exercise program to relieve the pain of hip osteoarthritis such as: riding a bicycle, walking frequently or climbing stairs.
In case the rehabilitation treatments are not enough for the patient and therefore he continues to notice severe pain in the hip, it would be advisable to perform a hip operation.

Active hip mobilization exercises

These are exercises in which the hip joint is actively and freely mobilized by the patient himself, with the help of the physiotherapist in Dwarka. Its objective is to maintain maximum joint width to promote correct mobility during the different activities of daily life such as going up and down stairs or walking.

Exercises to strengthen and enhance the hip muscles

They are exercises designed to strengthen all the muscles of the hip and lower limb, in order to achieve a correct position for walking and moving. In short, it is intended to establish correct daily life with little pain, explains the Physiotherapist in Janakpuri.

Stretching exercises to relax the muscles as a whole

It consists of performing exercises to elongate musculotendinous structures. The joint width must be respected without causing pain, avoiding doing them abruptly, always with prior preparation and progressively. Physiotherapist in Janakpuri would move the limb to the point where the patient feels tension and hold the position for approximately 20 seconds.


With the aim that patients suffering from osteoarthritis can better understand their disease and improve their lives with small gestures, the Best Physiotherapist in Dwarka has prepared a catalog with recommendations that can be carried out in your day-to-day life.

Preventive measures for hip osteoarthritis

1. Maintain a correct body weight

Obesity is one of the causes of the disease, and it also makes it progress more quickly. No special diets are necessary when suffering from this disease, nor are there completely forbidden foods. A low calorie diet is sufficient.

2. Hot and cold

In general, heat is beneficial to alleviate pain in osteoarthritis. It can be applied at home, with the electric mat or the hot water bottle placed on the sore joint. They relieve pain and relax the muscles . Sometimes, the joint can have an intense inflammatory outbreak, so in these cases we must apply cold locally, using ice packs or cold baths.

3. Suitable footwear

A thick-soled shoe should be used that absorbs the force of the impact of the foot against the ground when walking. This can also be achieved with silicone inserts or heel pads that are placed on the shoe. You should not wear shoes with excessive heels. It is preferable to use flat shoes or with a slight heel.

4. Avoid overloading the joints

Do not take excessive weights, try not to walk on uneven terrain and not stand excessively without resting. Use a cart to carry the purchase. Using a cane to walk also helps reduce stress on those joints, suggests the Physiotherapist in Uttam Nagar.

Before any slight suspicion of pain, it is recommended to go to a specialized center where a rheumatologist can study your case, establish the diagnosis of hip osteoarthritis and differentiate it from other joint diseases. This professional will refer you to other specialists such as physiotherapists at Physiotherapy centre in Dwarka to begin your physical therapy or rehabilitation treatment for arthritis if your condition has worsened and you have had to operate.

Chronic Pain

The Close Relationship Between Chronic Pain and Physiotherapy

The appearance of chronic pain can often have negative consequences on the quality of life of the patient. Therefore, it is important to approach it from different disciplines to ensure that the patient can carry out their usual activities, without feeling incapacitated, explains the Best Physiotherapist in Dwarka.


Chronic pain is one that lasts for more than three months, normally it is pain that is maintained, even if the cause that originates it is eliminated. It is related to changes in the nervous system and is characterized by the fact that the nerve in the affected area sends pain messages to the brain.

In many patients, chronic pain remains, although the cause that causes it disappears, therefore, in many cases it is difficult to establish a treatment.

Chronic pain can appear in any part of the body and can be disabling for the patient and prevent him from carrying out normal activities. Being a pain that lasts over time, it can have psychological consequences in the patient, and can directly affect their quality of life.

Types of chronic pain

Regarding the types of chronic pain, it is possible to differentiate, first of all, nociceptive pain, which implies that nocioceptors detect noxious stimuli. These receptors are located in the skin, in this case we speak of somatic pain, and in internal organs, which is known as visceral pain. This type of pain is characterized by being constant and sharp. For example, pain after surgery.

On the other hand, neuropathic pain differs. In this case, the pain is related to the abnormal interpretation of nerve impulses by the brain. In many cases, it is related to a nerve injury. In this case, it is a pain that is difficult to diagnose and treat, since in many cases it is difficult for the patient himself to detect and explain the symptoms he presents.

Third, there is psychogenic pain, caused by mental processes and not by physiological causes. In these cases, the patient usually needs psychological treatment.

Diagnosis of chronic pain

For the diagnosis of chronic pain, it is essential to carry out a study of the patient’s medical history, in which the possible causes related to the appearance of pain are observed.

In addition, a physical examination of the patient will be carried out and necessary diagnostic tests will be carried out, such as, X-ray, MRI or CT.


Once the diagnosis of chronic pain has been made, the patient undergoes treatment. In the first place, an anti-inflammatory treatment is usually prescribed, which relieves pain in the patient.

In other cases, physiotherapy in Dwarka or acupuncture treatment is used, with the aim of treating the patient’s nervous system. In addition, as explained above, the patient usually requires psychological treatment, which helps him to live with the pain, so that it does not affect his quality of life to a great extent.

Physical therapy to treat chronic pain

In patients with chronic muscle or joint pain, physiotherapy treatment in Dwarka is one of the most used, since it offers good results and allows the patient to carry out their usual activities. In addition, this treatment teaches the patient to control pain through various techniques, and thus increases the patient’s self-confidence.

Physiotherapy treatment in Dwarka focuses on strengthening the muscles, which helps to avoid injuries derived from the main injury and helps the patient to achieve a balance of the musculoskeletal system.

One of the key points of Physiotherapy in Dwarka is postural re-education, which can help prevent injuries and help relieve pain.


Usually, dealing with chronic pain can be a hard experience for the patient, which directly affects their quality of life. Therefore, although chronic pain is unavoidable, there are certain guidelines that can help the patient to live with chronic pain.

In the first place, it is important that the patient follow the prescribed treatment, and that he changes certain lifestyle habits: he must have a routine, a healthy diet and, it is advisable, carry out a constant moderate exercise that, among other things, will help to manage the stress that this situation can cause.

In addition, the patient, in many cases, will have to resort to psychological treatment, which helps to control anxiety and stress generated by chronic pain. In many cases, it is advisable to resort to associations, with the aim of dealing with people who are in the same situation.

As explained, chronic pain is unavoidable. However, it is important that the patient follow certain guidelines and go to the appropriate specialist, to avoid significantly affecting their quality of life. Says the physiotherapist in Delhi.



Many times, when we talk about rehabilitation, we quickly associate it with physical therapy. However, they are not the same, explains the best physiotherapist in Dwarka.

When there has been an injury or an operation, the muscles or joints involved lose mobility and flexibility.

Physiotherapy, collects in its field various techniques used to treat from injuries and traumas, to chronic pathologies or neurological problems. While physical rehabilitation is usually related to sports injuries, trauma or post-operative recoveries. Among all rehabilitation cases, those related to joints such as the knee or shoulder, usually require several compulsory sessions of physiotherapy in Dwarka, and a series of adapted physical exercises.

There are also treatments focused solely on improving the well-being of the patient. Although it is not possible to eliminate all pain at all levels caused by operations, it is possible to experience minimal discomfort and a rapid return to daily life.

In any case, it is about studying each patient individually, assessing their discomfort and post-operative evolution and planning personalized treatments that, with the minimum of sessions, allow us to obtain a prompt and complete return to normality, says the physiotherapist in Dwarka.


Mainly 2 objectives:

  • Achieve a speedy recovery, since it works to reduce and counteract the most common postoperative discomforts, such as edema, pain and mobility limitation.
  • Avoid complications, because it focuses on working the areas in which there may be some risk, as would be the case of capsular contracture in the case of breast augmentation surgery mainly.

Thanks to this improvement, the patient is physically and emotionally improved and can return to normal activity in a shorter period of time. Although it is not possible to eliminate all the pain at all levels caused by the operations, it is possible to experience a minimum of discomfort and a quick return to daily life, says the physiotherapist in Uttam Nagar.

Operations and injuries that require rehabilitation with physical therapy.

  • Injury the knee ligament.
  • Runner’s knee (or iliotibial band syndrome)
  • Tendinosis or tendonitis of the knee, shoulder, or wrist.
  • Postoperative after patella fracture.
  • Postoperative after shoulder or knee surgery.
  • Herniated vertebral or lumbar discs.
  • Rotator cuff injury.

A program is established to relieve discomfort and reduce inflammation. The purpose is to accelerate or re-establish the functions of each one, explains the physiotherapist in Uttam Nagar.

The benefits of physiotherapy in rehabilitation.

When there has been an injury or an operation, the muscles or joints involved lose mobility and flexibility. It depends on the severity, it will be a total or partial loss, and to recover them, it is necessary to be patient and advance little by little with the selected rehabilitation treatment by physiotherapist in Janakpuri.

The importance of putting yourself in the hands of a physiotherapist in Janakpuri is decisive, he will know which techniques are the most appropriate for our speedy recovery, he will decide according to the characteristics of each person.

What is physical rehabilitation?

When we talk about Rehabilitation, we are talking about a level of medical care that is in the third level of care of the disease, the first level is Prevention, the second is Diagnosis and Treatment and the third is Rehabilitation.

Physical Rehabilitation is in charge of recovering to the maximum the capacities of the individual who has suffered an injury or illness and reincorporating the patient to his activities of daily life. This is what a Rehabilitator does, he works with a multidisciplinary team made up of a group of doctors from various specialties who analyze the clinical case and determine what is the best treatment for the patient, and channel it to the corresponding Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation area.

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Fibula Physiotherapy

Fibula fracture and physiotherapy treatment

Physiotherapy in Dwarka can treat fibula fractures to ensure better walking. It is important to treat this type of condition as soon as possible to ensure optimal results.

What is the fibula?

The fibula is a long bone in the leg, parallel to the tibia, which connects the knee to the foot. These two bones are similar, although the fibula is much thinner.

Fractures of the fibula are sometimes associated with fractures of the tibia, but some injuries are unique to them. The isolated fracture of the external malleolus of the fibula is caused by a force that brings the foot into abduction (lateral deviation of the forefoot) and external rotation (eversion of the foot) causing an impact between the external malleolus (fibula). and the embankment.

The deltoid ligament located medially to the ankle can also be damaged, making the fracture unstable, explains the Physiotherapist in Dwarka.

Signs and symptoms of a fibula fracture

The fibula fracture usually presents with complete inability to weight the affected limb due to pain, localized pain in the external malleolus, swelling that appears quickly, bruising / bruising, and significant loss of muscle mass. amplitude in all movements at the ankle. A deformation (misalignment) can sometimes be visible. Morning stiffness may be reported due to swelling and increased pain during the night (inflammatory process), states the Best Physiotherapist in Dwarka.

Physiotherapy treatments

After the intervention of a doctor to ensure the reduction and immobilization of the fractured bone (plaster / splint / surgery), physiotherapy in Dwarka is essential to recover from a fractured fibula.

During immobilization, physiotherapy treatment in Dwarka aims to control edema and pain, avoid complications (thrombophlebitis, complex regional pain syndrome, etc.), protect the ankle by not being loaded, maintain the amplitudes of hip and knee muscle movement and strength, ensure a safe walking pattern, maintain the person’s autonomy in transfers and movements, and maintain good cardiovascular condition.

After immobilization (period of approximately 2 months), the physiotherapist can begin the rehabilitation of the affected limb while respecting the contraindications and precautions issued by the orthopedist. Different modalities can be used: advice on activity dosage, pain and inflammation management, use of a walking accessory; modalities to reduce pain and edema and promote the healing process; teaching flexibility, mobility, strengthening, motor control and weight-bearing exercises; manual orthopedic and soft tissue therapy techniques; correcting the pattern of walking and on the stairs.

Recovery from a fibula fracture typically takes three to four months, after which it is possible to walk and walk up and down stairs normally, says the Physiotherapist in Janakpuri.

Predisposed people

Although anyone can suffer a fibula fracture from some type of trauma, many people are more prone to it. Older people may be, as may people with osteoporosis or osteopenia, using steroids or drugs that decrease bone density over a long period of time, or having a history of ankle sprains or strains, other ankle or foot injuries, says the Physiotherapist in Uttam Nagar.

Athletes may also be at greater risk of being affected by fibula fractures. If necessary, the sports physiotherapy services offered at Physiotherapy clinic in Dwarka can help relieve these injuries during the practice of a sport at the recreational or professional level.

Physiotherapy after cast removal

The Benefits of Physiotherapy Following the Removal of a Cast

Following a fracture, it is often necessary to immobilize the affected part of the body for a few weeks. When removing the cast or the splint, what a relief to find your freedom! However, we quickly notice that the affected limb no longer has its appearance and its level of function before: how to make it recover completely? Physiotherapy in Dwarka can help complete healing of bone and adjacent structures, helping you reach your goals and resume your favourite activities.

The stages of healing of a fracture

Following a bone injury, there are usually several stages of healing. The first phase lasts a few days during which there is presence of inflammation at the site of injury. Then the second phase begins a few days after the fracture and lasts a few weeks. New bone is then formed to join the parts that were separated by the fracture line. At the end of this phase, the bone regains its. The immobilization is removed when the bone has regained enough strength to prevent the broken fragments from separating again. On the other hand, the remodelling phase, where the bone gradually regains its normal appearance, can last several months, or even a year! So, there are still bone changes even after the cast has been removed.


Not using any part of the body for a few weeks is necessary for the bone to heal in a proper position but has several detrimental effects on the structures around. Muscles, in particular, lose volume and strength, and may become stiff due to their immobility. This results in a decrease in strength, endurance, and mobility of the healing limb. This is where physiotherapy in Dwarka can help.


During your first appointment at physiotherapy centre in Dwarka, the physiotherapist in Dwarka will do a complete evaluation not only of the affected limb but also of the adjacent joints, while paying attention to ensure that there are no complications during healing. Among other things, he could measure ranges of motion and assess muscle strength, depending on what is allowed with the stage of healing.

Among the possible interventions, there are different types of mobilizations, carried out by the physiotherapist in Dwarka or by the patient himself, which will be used to gradually regain the normal mobility of the affected limb. Gradual stretching and strengthening exercises adapted to the stage of healing will also be taught. Different advice, especially on pain and swelling management, will be given by the physiotherapist in Janakpuri to help you better manage these inconveniences. As you heal, the exercises will become more and more targeted depending on the activities and sports you want to resume. Physiotherapy in Dwarka can help achieve your goals and return to your active lifestyle so that this fracture is just a bad memory!!


Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation

Physiotherapy is one of the basic treatments to help improve the quality of life of patients with Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, by considerably alleviating the symptoms of the disease. It can be of great importance in controlling the pain that these pathologies cause to patients and in addressing most of the pathologies that may appear associated.

On the other hand, thanks to this specialty, it is possible for the patient to significantly reduce the pharmacological treatment that at first is essential to relieve their pain. This is of enormous benefit, since these long-term treatments can lead to problems of a very diverse nature and severity (as an example, mentioning the harmful long-term effects that anti-inflammatories produce on the stomach and liver).

Objectives of the Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Service

The main objective of Physiotherapy in Dwarka is undoubtedly to improve the quality of life of people affected by FM and / or CFS.

To do this, we work on:

  • Improve the conditions of patients to carry out their activities of daily living
  • To alleviate the pain of patients as much as possible.
  • Improve the physical capabilities of patients.
  • Improve the psychological state of patients by promoting adequate physical activity and performing exercises.
  • Improve postural hygiene of those affected.
  • Inform patients about the pathology they suffer.

Treatment Methods and Techniques: The Patient-Physiotherapist Work

Spine and stretching table –

They are a series of gentle and progressive exercises and stretches that seek to improve the physical condition, mobility, and muscle tone of patients.

Given that not all members have the same physical condition or the same associated problems, performing the exercises in the table is valued in each case.

They are performed both in groups twice a week in the Association, as well as individually, in which case the physiotherapist in Dwarka prescribes the exercises individually to be carried out on their own, according to the needs of each patient. Part of these individual exercises, especially those aimed at improving the patient’s aerobic capacity, are offered to be carried out in the Gymnasium that the Physiotherapy centre in Dwarka has.

Hydrotherapy –

Twice a week, a series of exercises for muscle toning, stretching and relaxation are performed in a hot pool (approx 25ºC).

Two enormous advantages of working in the water are the muscle relaxation that occurs in this environment and the fact of being able to perform exercises that would not be possible out of the water.

Individual session

Individual sessions of an approximate duration of 1 hour are also held. During these sessions, the individualized assessment of each patient is made possible, and the adaptation of the appropriate treatment to each case to get the maximum benefits from it.

The techniques used are:

  • Mechanotherapy: it will take place during the hours in which patients come to the physiotherapy service to use the different treatment devices available to the Association. Each indication is evaluated by the professional, and subjected to regular monitoring.
  • Thermotherapy: thermotherapy is the use of heat as a therapeutic means. This technique can be used to reduce muscle contracture, activate circulation, improve muscle tone and prepare the muscles for the application of other techniques.
  • Ultrasound: it is a very suitable technique for the treatment of FM, since the high frequency waves penetrate to the muscle, achieving a double effect: the thermal, and the micromassage that produce the waves in the part where it is applied.
  • Electrotherapy (TENS): the use of electrical currents in FM can achieve both an increase in strength and muscle tone, and a decrease in pain.

Strengthening techniques

  • Massotherapy: consists of the use of massage with a healing purpose. Among other techniques, rubbing, rubbing, kneading, lymphatic drainage, myofascial technique and manual tractions are used to improve the patient’s condition.
  • Kinesitherapy: is the use of movement as a therapeutic means. The mobilizations can be active, passive or resisted, depending on the case.
  • Cryotherapy: it is the treatment of choice in some associated pathologies that present with inflammation.
  • Postural hygiene seminars: these seminars try to correct the bad habits adopted during the activities of daily life, which are causing or aggravating many of the musculoskeletal problems that patients suffer.
  • They try to teach good postural hygiene habits, showing the best postures to carry out daily activities (scrubbing, ironing, washing, carrying loads, …) These seminars are made available to anyone who requests it.
  • Home treatment: Physiotherapy Service also performs home care work in order to offer treatment and try to reduce the symptoms of patients when they cannot go to the Association due to an acute phase of the disease.

In these sessions manual therapies are used fundamentally.

Monitoring of the Patient in Coordination with other Professionals

When a patient attends the physiotherapy service in Dwarka, a diagnostic-therapeutic unification is carried out between the different professionals who deal with his problem: in order to obtain an idea of ​​the degree of disability to which the person affected by the pathology he suffers may be subjected, The professional collects all those data that may influence the general state of the person (plates and reports from other professionals that provide information on possible associated pathologies, symptoms, physical capacity, how they carry out activities of daily living,…).

After conducting a physical examination and evaluating the data collected, Physiotherapist in Janakpuri develops an appropriate treatment plan for each patient, setting goals to achieve.

The main objective of treatment is always to improve the quality of life of the patient, choosing the appropriate intervention methods and techniques in each case.

To make possible an adequate follow-up of the evolution of the disease in each patient and that he can get the maximum benefit from the treatment, the physiotherapist in Uttam Nagar regularly re-evaluates all the data described above and reflects the impressions of other specialists that may be of interest for the treatment of the patient (multidisciplinary treatment).


Physiotherapy, Magic for the Body

Physiotherapy is a discipline of health that can provide a large number of benefits for the body. In the most natural way possible, without the use of drugs, physiotherapists are able to propose and provide various treatments.

The body exercises, mobilizes muscles essential for its proper functioning, relaxes parts that are in tension or injured. Get a notable improvement by recovering its correct functionality.

Physiotherapy in Dwarka has proven its usefulness in the treatment of multiple ailments, both chronic and acute. It has shown that, through the use of various manual techniques, the performance of various therapeutic exercises and the application of massages with heat and cold or even electricity, the desired response of the body can be achieved, leading to alleviating the symptoms caused by certain alterations, explains the physiotherapist in Dwarka.


One of the most important elements that are part of the human body are the nerves. These are responsible for carrying information from the brain to certain organs, so that they perform a certain function or from said organs to the brain itself, to report any situation. They are carriers of the information necessary for the complex machine that is the body to function like a clock. If these information carriers stop doing their job, a pathology called neuropathy appears.

But what is neuropathy? It is a relatively common disease and can be due to damage to a single nerve or a group of nerve. Understanding what neuropathy is and how it affects us is vitally important to find a solution to this problem, says the best physiotherapist in Dwarka.

Physiotherapy consultation

Our body is a perfect machine where everything is connected. The malfunction of a part of it causes an alteration that can make the simplest tasks complicated. Thus, if the nerves stop performing their function correctly, the muscles are affected, they stop responding as they should, and the simple act of walking can be a problem. Obviously, performing treatments that improve the function of these muscles will lead to alleviating these symptoms and recovering a normal life.

Causes and symptoms of neuropathy

Defining the causes and symptoms of neuropathy can help you learn more about this disorder. There are many causes that can cause this type of alteration of the nervous system. Sometimes it is very difficult to know an exact cause, and there may also be hereditary cases of neuropathy.

One of the most common causes that can be attributed to poor nervous system function is diabetes. In this case, this alteration is known as diabetic neuropathy. High levels of sugar in the blood cause nerve damage, a situation that leads to diabetic neuropathy.

Basically, the symptoms that the body presents when affected by neuropathy are tingling or burning in the arms and legs. Loss of sensation is another neuropathic symptom, causing numbness to heat, cold, or even pain. Likewise, this numbness leads to a loss of control of foot movement, causing loss of balance. As a result, certain relatively simple actions can become a real ordeal, since the muscles of the body cannot be controlled, even presenting problems in the digestion of food in some cases.

Today, there are various treatments for this type of pathology. One of the most interesting that appears as a very useful alternative is physical rehabilitation. There are many benefits of physiotherapy in the treatment of various diseases and its use in the treatment of disorders of the nervous system has emerged as a very effective way to relieve the pain that it can cause.

Benefits of Physiotherapy

One of the most noted benefits of physiotherapy in Dwarka is that it allows the body to maintain mobility and strength regardless of the cause that has caused its deterioration. The physical rehabilitation that this discipline of health provides, improves the functions of movement, achieves progressive stretching and strengthening of the muscles so that they can develop their function correctly, favors the balance of the body by providing stability and avoiding falls, improves posture, achieves the pain relief in certain parts of the body, etc.

Exercising the body is one of the most effective therapies that exist, it provides a great number of advantages and benefits. The rehabilitation techniques that a physiotherapist in Janakpuri applies are an excellent help to prevent, treat and in many cases achieve a complete recovery from injuries or ailments, getting an organism altered by some pathology back on track.

Patients with neurological disorders caused by cerebrovascular accidents, cerebral palsy, spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s, can achieve a significant improvement in their symptoms through exercises and rehabilitation techniques applied by a professional physiotherapist in Dwarka, improving the sensitivity of the extremities, re-education muscle, improvement of gait or balance, among others.

Home Physiotherapy in Dwarka


It is no secret that physiotherapists in Dwarka are of great importance for the treatment and prevention of diseases or injuries to the human body. In other words, its function is to rehabilitate patients and help maintain their well-being.

Usually, physiotherapy in Dwarka takes place in offices, clinics and hospitals. What many people do not know is that there is the possibility of opting for home physiotherapy in Dwarka, which is a great resource for those who have some kind of mobility difficulties.

However, there are other benefits involved in this process. Do you know what they are? Follow the text below to know the main advantages of receiving a home physiotherapist in Dwarka!

  1. Reduction of risks

Although not all cases exist, there are many patients who are in delicate situations – which tends to create a risky context of locomotion. For example, having to leave home regularly for treatment increases the chances of falling and other problems that may happen on the way.

In addition, we all know that health facilities offer the risk of the presence of infectious agents to those who travel through these places, even if hygiene measures are maintained at all times. In this case, avoiding hospital infection is a great preventive solution.

  1. Greater chance of accelerating recovery

An individualized treatment favors the patient’s recovery in several ways. The home physiotherapist in Dwarka manages to pay more attention, the family support makes all the difference and the tranquility of being at home is also a privilege. All of these issues guarantee security for whoever is being treated, including an emotional or psychological comfort that usually motivates the results.

  1. Comfort and convenience for the patient

We cannot deny that, along with the reduction of risks, we need to consider that the convenience of home physiotherapy in Dwarka is an enormous benefit. Even for those who do not go through a serious situation, being served at home is synonymous with comfort, practicality, time optimization and even savings (especially for transportation expenses).

The home physiotherapist in Dwarka takes charge of bringing all the equipment and accessories necessary to carry out the treatment, while the patient continues to enjoy the warmth of his own home. After the programmed activities are over, he can return to his normal routine instantly and without major difficulties. Nowadays, this is a sign of quality of life that cannot fail to be considered as a very interesting alternative, isn’t it?

  1. Time flexibility

In many cases, the patient is unable to fit into the conventional hours of attendance at a Physiotherapy centre in Dwarka – mainly because he has other appointments or perhaps because he does not have someone available to accompany him in the consultation.

Thus, home physiotherapy in Dwarka (known as home care) offers this facility to make sessions more flexible by combining with the professional the best days and times for both.

Our last tip is to find a qualified Physiotherapist in Delhi to offer this type of service.

So, what did you think about knowing the biggest benefits of home physiotherapy in Dwarka? If you have any questions on the subject, you can contact us.