Rehabilitation is defined as ‘a set of interventions designed to optimize functioning and reduce disability in individuals with health conditions in interaction with their environment’ Rehabilitation helps a child, adult or older person to be as independent as possible in daily life activities and allows them to participate in work, recreation and life roles.
A rehabilitation intervention to promote physical recovery following intensive care.
Orthopedic rehabilitation includes any injury or condition that is affecting your muscles, bones, cartilage, joints, tendons or ligaments. That includes things like arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, sports injuries, broken bones, joint replacements, ACL tears and many more.
Neurological rehabilitation (rehab) is a doctor-supervised program designed for people with diseases, injury, or disorders of the nervous system. Neurological rehab can often improve function, reduce symptoms, and improve the well-being of the patient
Cardiac rehabilitation, also called cardiac rehab, is a customized outpatient program of exercise and education. The program is designed to help you improve your health and recover from a heart attack, other forms of heart disease or surgery to treat heart disease.
Pulmonary rehabilitation is the use of exercise, education, and behavioral intervention to improve how people with chronic lung disease function in daily life and to enhance their quality of life.
Geriatric Rehabilitation (GR) aims to restore function or enhance residual functional capability and improve the quality of life in older people i.e. particularly those with disabling impairments and/or frailty. Current rehabilitation practice focuses on function and well-being, not exclusively on disease. Rehabilitation of older adult patients can assist in preserving functional independence and improving the quality of life.
Renal rehabilitation (RR) is a coordinated, multifaceted intervention designed to optimize a renal patient’s physical, psychological, and social functioning, thus reducing morbidity and mortality. RR includes five major components: such as exercise training, diet & fluid management, medication & medical surveillance, education, psychological & vocational counselling.
Rehabilitation is an essential component in the management of patients with burns and should be commenced on the day the injury is sustained. In other words, oedema control, respiratory care, positioning, functional movements which are pertinent in burn cases must begin without delay.
Surgical Rehabilitation deals with stiffness and weakness caused after a surgery. In this procedure the treatment is given through hand in physiotherapy, hydrotherapy or exercise therapy. This will help in optimizing the pain of patients.