The Physical Rehabilitation Department provides both physical therapy and occupational therapy services to in-patient and out-patient adult and pediatric patients. Evaluation and treatment are offered to patients with neurological, orthopedic, arthritic, cardiac, developmental delay, lymphedema, organ transplant, women’s health, men’s health, and oncology problems and acute or prolonged physical dysfunction or pain. The department provides a number of take-away home supplies for patients, like lumbar rolls, wrist splints, elbow supports, knee splints, heel and foot pads, canes, walkers, crutches, and cast boots.
Our staff are experts in their field and all of them hold bachelor degrees, clinical specializations or extensive training in a specific practice area such as sports, neurology, oncology, organ transplant, women’s health, men’s health and pediatrics.
Physical and occupational therapy services are available for both inpatients & outpatients on a daily basis from Sunday to Wednesday, 7:30am to 5.00pm; Thursday, 7:30am to 4.00pm. Weekend service is provided for acute post-surgical patients. In addition, home health care service is available as required. The department also provides a number of supplies for patients including splints, and walking aids.
The Department of Orthotics/Prosthetics provides services involving designing and fitting orthoses (orthopedic braces) to enhance a patient’s body functions. Medical assistance and mechanical devices are provided to patients who either have disabled body parts or have lost their limbs due to an accident, a trauma, or a disease. These specialized mechanical devices support or supplement the weakened or abnormal joints or limbs. The department plays a vital role in the comprehensive management of neuro-musculoskeletal disorders and traumatic conditions in children and adults.
The Department of Orthotics & Prosthetics provides world class services to patients suffering from neuro muscular skeletal deformities and amputations resulting from underlying condition. Patients are fitted with external devices known as Orthoses and amputees are fitted with limbs made from latest materials and technology such as titanium, carbon fiber and silicon. A follow up training is done and patients are managed until the desired goal is achieved.