SPINAL DECOMPRESSION

SPINAL DECOMPRESSION

Cervical AND LUMBAR SPINAL DECOMPRESSION MACHINE  is accepted as effective for  relief of neck AND BACK  pain.. It can relieve muscle spasm and nerve root compression by stretching soft tissues , reducing pressure on invertebrate discs and nerve root and increasing the spaces between cervical AND LUMBAR vertebrae.

LOW LEVEL LASER THERAPY.CLASS III B

LOW LEVEL LASER THERAPY.CLASS III B

 It is a highly concentrated beam of light which can be used to stimulate healing process. The Lasers are used in the treatment of many painful conditions. Low level laser light (LLLT) stimulates growth and healing of the tissues reduces inflammation and edema. Cold laser therapy is non-addictive and effective way to treat muscle ruptures and spasms, back pain and tendentiousness.

COMBINATION

COMBINATION

Combination Therapy involves the combined use of ultrasound and e-stim modalities into one versatile and effective machine. Combination therapy devices typically integrate ultrasound and electrical stimulation to reduce muscle and other soft tissue pain in patients and to promote healing.

SHOCKWAVE

SHOCKWAVE

Shockwave therapy is a new technique used for treatment of conditions such as tennis elbow, jumper's knee, calcification of shoulder tendons (shoulder pain) and Achilles tendon pain. Shockwave is an acoustic wave which carries high energy which promotes healing, regenerating and reparative processes of the tendons and soft tissue.

CHIROPRACTIC UNIT

CHIROPRACTIC UNIT

Chiropractors specialize in treating medical conditions by evaluating posture and diagnosing problems by focusing primarily on the spine. Chiropractors use diagnostic tools such as inclinometers and goniometers to measure alignment. They use chiropractic adjustment tools along with items often found in physical therapy clinics, such as electrotherapy and ultrasound therapy machines.

SOLID STATE SHORT WAVE DIATHERMY

SOLID STATE SHORT WAVE DIATHERMY

The Intelect SSD 500 shortwave diathermy machine can help patients improve their circulation and range of motion, at the same time reducing inflammation and soreness. ShortWave diathermy generates high-frequency, electromagnetic energy that increases cellular metabolism, thereby allowing faster healing time.

ULTRASOUND

ULTRASOUND

Ultrasound Therapy Machines are used to treat various muscle and tissue injuries by stimulating the affected parts of the body using ultrasonic waves. Where ultrasound has been used in the past in mostly diagnostic imaging applications, developments over the past decade have found uses for ultrasound therapy at much higher intensities for therapeutic applications, including:

  • Pain Reduction
  • Cell Repair and Healing for Musculoskeletal Injuries
  • Acoustic Hemostasis
  • Ultrasound-enhanced Drug Delivery

IFT

IFT

Inferential therapy is a form of electrical treatment in which two medium-frequency currents are used to produce a low-frequency effect. The are 4 main clinical applications for which IFT appears to be used:

  • Pain relief
  • Muscle stimulation 3 Increased local blood flow 4 Reduction of oedema.

 

TENS

TENS

devices IS used for the symptomatic relief and management of chronic (long-term) intractable pain and as an adjudicative treatment in the management of post-surgical and post-traumatic acute pain problems. It is a passive, non-invasive, non-addictive modality with no known side effects.

 

DIGITAL STIMULATOR

DIGITAL SIMULATOR

Electromagnetically has applications as a strength training tool for healthy subjects and athletes and as a rehabilitation/preventive tool for patients recovering from sports injuries. Other common use include evaluation of neural and/or muscular function in vivo and a post-exercise recovery tool for athletes.  Impulses transferred from electrodes mimic the signals coming from the central nervous system. The electrodes are generally pads that adhere to the skin.

CONTINOUES PASSIVE MOTION (CPM)

CONTINUES PASSIVE MOTION (CPM)

CPM is a postoperative treatment method that is designed to aid recovery after joint surgery. This device may be used on an inpatient or an outpatient basis. By using a motorized device to very gradually move the joint, it is possible to significantly accelerate recovery time by decreasing soft tissue stiffness, increasing joint range of motion, promoting healing of joint surfaces and soft tissue, and preventing the development of motion-limiting adhesion (scar tissue). Interestingly, this is accomplished without patient effort (passively) as the machine moves a joint through a defined (prescribed) range of motion for an extended period of time.

PARAFIN WAX BATH

PARAFIN WAX BATH

Paraffin Heat Therapy provides soothing moist heat to warm joints, tissue and skin. It is ideal for the treatment of patients suffering from pain associated with arthritis, strains, sprains, joint stiffness, and it is also used to increase range of motion. Paraffin therapy reduces pain and stiffness around joints by removing excess fluid from surrounding tissue while providing lubrication. Paraffin is especially beneficial in the treatment of arthritis, bursitis, tendentious, tennis elbow, overworked and fatigued muscles, scar tissue, as well as being extremely beneficial for many types of sports injuries. Paraffin not only effectively heats the tissues and muscles to provide pain relief; it also leaves the skin hydrated and soft. Paraffin can also provide relief from eczema, psoriasis and dehydrated skin. Paraffin can also increase circulation of the skin.

HOT PACK UNIT

HOT PACK UNIT

After injury, heat helps to increase tissue extensibility and improve the way your muscles move, so just about anyone can benefit from using heat and hot packs as part of a physical therapy program.The heat provided by the hot packs has several important benefits.

  • Relaxes tight muscles causing tissues to relax.
  • Decreases pain caused by muscle tension or spasms.
  • Causes vasodilatation of the blood vessels which increases circulation to the area.

Increased circulation to your injured body part helps to bring in nutrients, oxygen, and cells that help to promote healing.

Patients with certain conditions typically benefit from using hot packs in the physical therapy clinic. These conditions may include:

  • Arthritis
  • Chronic pain
  • Joint contractual
  • Muscle spasms
  • Chronic injury where increased blood flow is desired

BIOFEEDBACK CORE MUSCLE TRAINING UNIT

BIOFEEDBACK CORE MUSCLE TRAINING UNIT

Use with exercise to protect and stabilize joints; Prevent and treat low back and neck pain; Improve core stabilization exercises.

 

ADVANCED EXERCISE THERAPY ZONE

ADVANCED EXERCISE THERAPY ZONE

With advanced physiotherapy active assisted instruments, this zone provide aureate and precise exercise and help the patients for further recovery.  It include many devices for different different body parts like for arm and leg , back and neck.

 

FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT TRAINING UNIT

FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT TRAINING UNIT – THERABAND STATION

These unit will help to restore the balanced movements your body was meant to have in order to compete or train efficiently.it include training or rehabilitation with therabands or tubes to strengthening your moves. And hence  Restoring proper movement patterns will:

  • Prevent injury and promote durability
  • Increase performance
  • Optimize fitness programs/routines
  • Magnify your potential
  • Build balanced fitness

Better manage chronic injuries/ ailments