Physiotherapy/ Physical rehabilitation treats physical and functional limitations/diseases in patients. It combines physical agents and other therapeutic exercise procedures to maintain and rehabilitate the patient’s physical and functional activity to near normal levels. Physical rehabilitation improves, maintains, or restores physical strength, cognition, and mobility. Rehabilitation usually improves independence following illness, injury, or surgery and restores health, functioning, and well-being, not reverses sickness or trauma.

Why choose Green City Hospital for Physiotherapy?

At Green City Hospital, physiotherapists use evidence-based treatment modalities that take into account variances in health status in order to promote, maintain, and recover physical, psychological, and social well-being. Our physiotherapists can help examine, diagnose, and treat problems and illnesses that impact people of all ages and social groups, help with injury prevention, and encourage healthier lifestyles for everyone using their comprehensive scientific knowledge of human anatomy and physiology.

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    Our Physiotherapy Treatment includes:

    1. Neurological physiotherapy and Rehabilitation

    Patients undergoing neurological rehabilitation include those with spinal cord injuries, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, brain injuries, Parkinson’s disease, and more. Depending on the severity, our department treats patients recovering from brain strokes, head injuries, and spinal cord injuries in day care settings. Every patient receives a functional approach to treatment along with individualised care, which enables them to regain the greatest amount of mobility and control over their body parts.

    1. Geriatric Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation

    More illnesses and disorders affect the elderly than any other age group, and caring for them can be challenging. Physical illnesses and disorders include arthritis, osteoporosis, cancer, Alzheimer’s, hip and joint replacement, balance issues, incontinence, and others frequently make ageing more difficult. The programme aids persons dealing with these issues, as well as many others that may be tied to ageing in some way. We have made a special programme to help patients get their mobility back, feel less pain, and get fitter because they, like all of us, deserve to live a dignified and independent life.

    1. Musculo-Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation

    We are experts in the treatment of musculoskeletal (muscle and joint) conditions, which include hip pain, back pain, shoulder pain, spinal pain, post-total knee pain, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, neck pain, joint pain, and other replacement surgeries, among other conditions that affect the muscles, bones, and joints of the human muscle and skeletal system.

    1. Women Health and Antenatal, Post Natal Physiotherapy

    Our physiotherapy practise for women’s health is all-encompassing. Our treatment is customised to assist minimise any pain or humiliation patients may be suffering, while also restoring and/or increasing function. It is not only about teaching pelvic floor muscle movements, although this is certainly an important element (of bladder, bowels or mobility). Patients are frequently shocked to realise that women’s health physiotherapy offers a wide range of treatment options and recommendations, such as guidance on food, fluid intake, exercise, and lifestyle choices.

    1. Paediatric physiotherapy and Rehabilitation

    Our paediatric physiotherapists and occupational therapists are trained to treat a wide range of juvenile disorders, including Cerebral Palsy, Delayed Milestones, Muscular Dystrophies, and many others, with a focus on improving function and independence. Paediatric physiotherapy improves pulmonary function, motor control, muscle strength, and endurance. Physiotherapy improves the child’s and family’s quality of life through movement and function. Social engagement increases with daily function and participation.

    1. Cardio-Pulmonary Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation

    It is a specific area of physical therapy that treats lung and systemic circulation disorders (e.g., heart). This group includes pneumothorax, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and bronchial asthma. This will often be a patient-only area. Thus, patients who have undergone pulmonary and cardiac surgery are still in the hospital. By enhancing the function and capacity of their cardio – respiratory systems, our physiotherapists are adept at assisting patients who are managing acute or chronic pulmonary or cardiovascular disorders.

    1. Office Ergonomic and Preventive Physiotherapy

    In order to prevent poor posture and repetitive strain injury (RSI), we organise corporate training programmes on office ergonomics. Following the examination and evaluation of patients, we then administered the exercise programme in that session. Also, we plan health screenings and programmes to educate the public about a range of illnesses.

    1. ICU Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation

    All ICUs and wards (including paediatric/neonatal, surgical, medical, and neurosurgery) get physiotherapy and rehabilitation. It prevents bed rest and physical deconditioning and maintains pulmonary functioning following cardiac, transplant, abdomen, and neurosurgeries. It also involves bedside patient mobilisation.


    Deep-friction massage Although there are many distinct types of massage, deep friction massage is the one most frequently employed in physiotherapy. In order to release tension and encourage healing, this technique involves pressing deeply into the muscle.

    Today’s physiotherapy treatments include a significant amount of soft tissue massage techniques. As part of their undergraduate education, our physiotherapists receive training in manual dexterity. The training includes instruction in soft tissue methods and massage.

    The use of physiotherapy as a form of treatment can help joints and muscles move and function better. It can assist in easing back discomfort and restoring your ability to move normally. Also, it can lessen the possibility of future back injuries. Back pain can be treated with a variety of procedures and treatments by physiotherapists.

    According to research, physical therapy considerably enhances rehabilitation and recovery and aids in the prevention of additional injuries.