Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy

Department Overview

The Department of Physiotherapy at MM Hospital offers professionally supervised programs, providing education and counseling services to help patients recover after a severe injury, illness, or surgery. In addition, the Department aims to promote health and fitness in every patient's life. It is managed by a team of highly qualified, skilled, and experienced physiotherapists specializing in manual therapy, mobilization, strength training, endurance training, balance training, fitness training, ergonomic advice, and many other specialized techniques.

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Physiotherapy

Department Overview

The Department of Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation is well equipped with state-of-the-art rehabilitation equipment, including a treadmill, cycle, ergometer, multi-station gym, neuro-rehabilitation mat, staircase, and ramp. This equipment helps the patients to reduce pain, restore muscle balance, correct posture, and address activity and functional limitations. In addition, the highly skilled team at our Hospital believes in providing holistic treatment for all cases to restore the patient's normal or near-normal activities of daily living and reduce suffering.

We care for patients restoring the health and functional abilities of people with pain after acute illness or injury such as

  • stroke
  • spinal cord injuries
  • amputation
  • joint replacement
  • sports injuries or spinal disorders
  • orthopedic injuries
  • Gynec (Pre and Post natal care)
  • Pelvic Floor exercises

The Department of Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation

The Department of Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation is well equipped with state-of-the-art rehabilitation equipment, including treadmill, cycle, ergometer, multi station gym, neuro- rehabilitation mat, staircase and ramp. This equipment helps the patients to reduce pain, restore muscle balance, correct posture and address activity and functional limitations. The highly skilled team at our hospital believes in providing holistic treatment for all cases to restore the patient'sā€™ normal or near normal activities of daily living and reduce suffering.