“One of the things that’s often forgotten about drug rehabilitation, it’s not a destiny. It’s a journey.”

— Peter Hobson

About Rehabilitation Center

The treatment of disease, injury or deformity by physical methods such as modalities, heat treatment and exercises rather than drugs or surgery is what we do at rehabilitation center.

Physiotherapist is a member of rehabilitation team which consist of speech therapist, occupational therapy, psycho-social therapist, behavioral therapist, orthotics and prosthetic who work together to provide best of health care for the betterment of patient.

Physiotherapist deals with the function, mobility and strengthening of the muscles.

In rehabilitation department, we work as a team where we assess, diagnose and treat patients of musculoskeletal, neurological, cardiovascular, pulmonological and gynae rehab related issues.

Physiotherapists are assigned their respective areas including IPD and OPD.

In IPD, patients are treated for the chest physical therapy and generalized physical therapy of various surgical and medical issues.

  • To remove the secretion from lungs and improve breathing pattern.
  • To improve and maintain range of motion and build strength to let the patient mobilize on his own throughout their lives.

In OPD, following are diseases/disorders being treated in the physical therapy:

  1. Joint pain
  2. Sciatica
  3. Spondylosis
  4. Stoke
  5. Tendinitis
  6. Thoracic outlet syndrome
  7. GBS
  8. Cerebral Palsy
  9. Frozen shoulder
  10. Carpal tunnel syndrome
  11. IT band syndrome
  12. Planter Fascitis
  13. Arthritis
  14. Ganglion
  15. Piriformis syndrome
  16. Nerve compression
  17. Muscle tightness/spasm
  18. Neuralgia paresthesi
  19. Trigger point release

In Pre and Post Op cases role of physiotherapy is most important. Over two third of pregnant women experience back pain, pelvic pain and urinary incontinence in their first pregnancy.

  1. Physiotherapist directed pelvic floor muscle training to prevent urinary incontinence during pregnancy and after delivery.
  2. Physiotherapist directed core stability training to prevent and treat back and pelvic pain during and following pregnancy.

Our Team

  • Dr. Haseeb Shah

    Dr. Haseeb Shah