Musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy:
Santosh College of physiotherapy is well known centre for Musculoskeletal andsportsrehabilitation. Our team of experienced physiotherapists provides high-quality services at affordable costs.The common musculoskeletal conditions that require physiotherapy are ligament sprains, muscle sprains, arthritis, cartilage tears, pre- and post-surgery rehabilitation, Fracture rehabilitation, cervical spondylitis, low back pain, etc.These programs are developed through an objectiveassessment process and a specific physiotherapy diagnosis.
Paediatric and adult neuro-rehabilitation centre:
Santosh is a renowned institute for the treatment of individuals with neurological problems. In addition to other neurological treatments, it includes PNF techniques, mobilisation, Neuro development techniques, the Bobath technique, stretching, and effective therapeutic exercises. Specific neurological techniques and exercises are designed to expedite recovery from a nervous system impairment and to minimize any variations that may result from it.
Women’s Physiotherapy Clinic:
Women's Health Physiotherapy is the primary therapeutic treatmentfor all conditions affecting the pelvis and pelvic floor.There is emerging evidence that physical therapy can treat a variety of problems, including incontinence, prolapse, pelvic pain, and constipation, and frequently even completely relieve them. For the female patients' recuperation, Santosh offers a safe environment.
Vestibular rehabilitation is a specialized form of therapy. It is an exercise-based program, designed by atrained vestibular physical therapist, to improve balance and intended to alleviate problems caused by vestibular disorders, vertigo and dizziness.Our team of certified physiotherapists at Santosh College of Physiotherapy, working with the medical team of ENT specialists,Orthopaedicians andphysicians will provide a complete rehabilitation. A specific workout routine, which would incorporate ergonomics guidance, will be outlined after a thorough, complete, and objective analysis.
Intensive care unit (ICU) severe illness is still associated with high mortality rates, despite recent advancements in medical therapy and mechanical ventilation (MV).ICU survivors may also experience cognitive difficulties, physical impairment, and muscle weakness. Patients who are critically ill and have multiple organ failure are more likely to experience muscle wasting during the first week of their illness. Patients who have a single organ failure experience muscle wasting less severely.
Scientific organisations have suggested physiotherapy as a key element in the care of patients with critical illnesses. Patient mobility based on a continuous series of tasks such changing the decubitus position and
Functional positioning, passive, supported-active, and active mobilisation, cycling, sitting in bed, standing, static walking, getting out of bed and onto a chair, and walking are all included. The goal of early physiotherapy is to enhance a patient's quality of life and
preventing difficulties related to the ICU-associated challenges such as respiratory issues, dependency on a ventilator, and deconditioning.
Rooms and Laboratories
There are separate laboratories for U.G and P.G classes available. We have well
equipped labs with highly automotive equipment in physiotherapy & rehabilitation