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Complete Care Rehab Offers Vertigo / Vestibular Rehabilitation Program

VESTIBULAR REHABILITATION is a specific approach of physical therapy aimed at de­creasing dizziness and imbalance in those pa­tients who have vestibular dysfunction. MANAGEMENT of patients with vestibular disorders is a complex problem. Dizziness and balance problems account for 5-10% of all physician visits and affect 40% of people over the age of 40. Dizziness is the number one reason for physician visits by people over the age of 45.

Indications:

Those patients who have acute or chronic vestibular and/or balance dysfunction sec­ondary to complications associated with such disease possesses as benign paroxysmal posi­tional vertigo, labyrinthitis, vestibular neuritis, Meniere’s syndrome, perilymph fistula, as well as any other disease process that affects the vestibular system. Such as Parkinson’s disease, strokes, cerebella disorders, head trauma, migraine related dizziness, cervicogenic dizziness and acoustic neuroma. These patients often complain primarily of dizziness and disequilibrium, as well as secondary complaints of headaches, deconditioning and muscle ten­sion.

Complete Care Rehab Offers Physical Therapy for Neurogenic Bladder

With a Neurogenic Bladder, muscles and nerves are not working together to hold and release urine at the appropriate times. Nerves move messages back and forth between the brain and the bladder, telling muscles to tighten or release. Nerve damage can be caused by various types of trauma or disease processes that harm the nervous system. Nerve damage may weaken the sphincter muscle, which is the pelvic muscle that holds urine in and loosens when you are trying to release urine. Muscles that Kegel exercises target are attached to the pelvic bone and act like a hammock, holding in the pelvic organs. To find these muscles you can try stopping and starting urine flow. Kegel exercises are performed to strengthen muscles of the urethra, bladder, uterus and rectum

Treatments:

(1) Extensive interview with the patient regarding symptoms, chief complains and functional limitation
(2) NeuroMusculoSkeletal examination (muscle strength, sensation, tone around pelvic region).

General objectives of Physical Therapy:

Upsurge strength in pelvic girdle muscle, Improve physical and psychological aspect for patient using Kegal Exercises, to relieve incontinence using Biofeedback machine & Electrical Stimulation.

Physical-psychological training also called timed voiding, can reduce problems caused by overactive bladder. It combines Will- power and exercise

Whom We TREAT:

1 Urinary incontinence

2. Pre-Post-Operative Pregnant woman

3. Patients with Bladder muscle weakness

4. Patients with Tumors and urinary stones which cause overflow incontinence.

Lymphatic Drainage

The goal of lymphedema therapy is to restore function, reduce physical and psychological suffering, and prevent the development of cellulitis (Infection).

Initiate therapy for lymphedema as early as possible before extensive, irreversible fibro sclerotic changes occur in the interstitium. Strict compliance with treatment techniques is essential,

In secondary lymphedema, the underlying etiology (ie neoplasm, infection) should also be properly treated, in order to relieve the lymphatic obstruction.

Physical therapy and compression

The first-line treatment for lymphedema is complex physical therapy.[1] This treatment is aimed at improving lymphedema with manual lymphatic drainage, massage, and exercise. It advocates the use of compression stockings (at a minimum of 40 mm Hg) multilayer bandaging, or pneumatic pumps. Leg elevation is essential.

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