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Geriatric rehabilitation is the study of rehabilitation and physical therapy to treat the elderly people. The elderly people are prone to cardiovascular disease. Osteoporosis and osteoarthritis disorders like knee and hip replacements. Geriatric rehabilitation additionally have a role in intermediate care, where patients are alluded by a doctor's facility or family specialist, when there is a prerequisite to giving doctor's facility based here and now serious non-intrusive treatment went for the recuperation of musculoskeletal capacity, especially recuperation from joint, ligament, or tendon repair and, or, physical solution and recovery mind when elderly patients escape synchronizing with their medication resulting in a deterioration of their personal health which reduces their ability to live independently.
- Track 1-1Arthritis
- Track 1-2Cardiac disorders
- Track 1-3Cognitive impairments and dementia
- Track 1-4Depression
- Track 1-5Frailty
- Track 1-6Incontinence
- Track 1-7Joint replacement
- Track 1-8Osteoporosis
Pediatric physical therapy contains Physical therapists who are dedicated to provide customized care that helps children with developmental, neuromuscular and orthopedic conditions to restore and improve their development. It also aids in the early identification of medical issues and uses different methods to provide physical therapy treatment to the disorders in the Pediatric population.
- Track 2-1Cerebral palsy
- Track 2-2Development delay
- Track 2-3Developmental coordination disorder
- Track 2-4Neuromuscular conditions
- Track 2-5Acquired brain injury
The main aim of mental health rehabilitation is to provide special treatment and help people with complex mental health needs to gain or regain skills as well as confidence to achieve the same kinds of goals in life as other citizens: to live as independently as possible; to engage in rewarding activity; to have good relationships with family and friends; to have adequate income to support these goals; and to participate in society. The study findings provide evidence for the clinical effectiveness of mental health rehabilitation services in supporting people to achieve and sustain community tenure and facilitate improvement in their social functioning. They promote and facilitate social inclusion for individuals with enduring mental illness by providing support and access to housing, employment and social/leisure activities in the community. Such activities reduce the burden on the families of those with severe and enduring mental health problems and potentially reduce the costs to society associated with lengthy hospital admissions and lack of productivity amongst this group.
- Track 3-1Post-traumatic stress disorder
- Track 3-2Traumatic brain injury rehabilitation
- Track 3-3Spinal cord injury rehabilitation
- Track 3-4Musculoskeletal regeneration and repair
- Track 3-5Musculoskeletal hard tissue technologies
- Track 3-6Evaluation and management
Cardiovascular physiotherapy is a group-based mediation that joins physical, psychosocial and instructive parts to enhance results for people following a cardiac event. The physiotherapist has the main role in the physical and instructive segments of cardiovascular physiotherapy programs. Physiotherapists endorse individualized exercise projects and add to instruction programs on way of life changes, for example, smoking cessation. Cardiovascular physiotherapy programs are conveyed out in the public facilities, and in the group and home settings. Cardiovascular physiotherapy programs, in which a physiotherapist is midway included, are exceptionally powerful to improve the person's individual health outcomes.
- Track 4-1Cardiac electrophysiology
- Track 4-2Atherosclerosis ailment
- Track 4-3Cardiac arrest
- Track 4-4Coronary artery disease
- Track 4-5Cardiac imaging
- Track 4-6Coronary artery bypass surgery
A musculoskeletal rehabilitation program is a specialist directed program intended for individuals with impairments or incapacities because of sickness, disorders, or damage to the muscles, ligaments, tendons, or bones. Musculoskeletal rehabilitation projects can regularly enhance the individual's capacity to work, decrease symptoms, and enhance the individual's well-being. Some of the conditions that may profit by musculoskeletal rehabilitation may incorporate Amputation, Back agony, Tendon tears, Bone tumors and so forth. A musculoskeletal rehabilitation program can be done on an inpatient or outpatient basis. The objective of rehabilitation is to help the patients come back to the most elevated amount of capacity and freedom conceivable, while enhancing the general personal satisfaction physically, inwardly, and socially.
- Track 5-1Musculoskeletal disorders
- Track 5-2Epidemiology of musculoskeletal disorders
- Track 5-3Exercise programs
- Track 5-4Pain management
- Track 5-5Physical and occupational therapy
- Track 5-6Amputation
- Track 5-7Management of osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis
- Track 5-8Osteoporosis
A stroke happens when there is a sudden intrusion of the bloodstream to some portion of your cerebrum; this makes it quit working and harms mind cells. After a stroke, you may have shortcoming or loss of motion on one side of your body or issues with moving and doing your regular exercises. To such patients, physiotherapy is given to cure the sickness happened by a stroke. Physiotherapy assumes an urgent part at each phase of the patient pathway, helping people to achieve their full physical potential and practical capacity and to reintegrate into society.
- Track 6-1Muscle spasticity
- Track 6-2Motor impairment
- Track 6-3Diagnosis
- Track 6-4Impact of stroke
- Track 6-5Post-Stroke rehabilitation
- Track 6-6Paralysis or problems controlling movement (motor control)
- Track 6-7Muscle weakness
- Track 6-8Tendon reflexes
- Track 6-9Gait dysfunction
Vestibular rehabilitation (VR) or vestibular rehabilitation therapy (VRT) is a specialized form of therapy intended to alleviate both the primary and secondary problems caused by vestibular disorders. It is an exercise-based program primarily designed to reduce vertigo and dizziness, gaze instability, and/or imbalance and falls. For most people with a vestibular disorder, the deficit is permanent because the amount of restoration of vestibular function is very small. However, after vestibular system damage, people can feel better and function can return through compensation. This occurs because the brain learns to use other senses like vision and somatosensory to substitute for the deficient vestibular system. The health of particular parts of the nervous system is brainstem and cerebellum, visual, and somatosensory sensations is important in determining the extent of recovery that can be gained through compensation. Symptoms due to vestibular disorders can diminish the quality of life and impact all aspects of daily living.
- Track 7-1Balance disorder
- Track 7-2Quantitative vestibular testing
- Track 7-3Exercise protocols
- Track 7-4Computer-aided rehabilitation
- Track 7-5Visual disturbance
- Track 7-6Vestibular disorders
- Track 7-7Cognitive impairments
Neurological physiotherapy is an area which is focused on working with individuals who are suffering from neurological disorders. Common problems of patients with neurological disorders include paralysis, vision impairment, poor balance, inability to ambulate, and loss of functional independence. Therapists work with patients to treat these areas of dysfunction. A neurological physical therapist specializes in the evaluation and treatment of individuals with movement or functional problems due to disease or injury of the nervous system.
- Track 8-1Functional neurological disorders
- Track 8-2Spinal cord and traumatic injuries
- Track 8-3Multiple sclerosis
- Track 8-4Motor neuron disease
- Track 8-5guillain barre syndrome
- Track 8-6Parkinson’s disease
The goal of psychiatric rehabilitation is to help disabled individuals to develop the emotional, social and intellectual skills needed to live, learn and work in the community with the least amount of professional support. The overall philosophy of psychiatric rehabilitation comprises two intervention strategies. The first strategy is individual-centered and aims at developing the patient's skills in interacting with a stressful environment. The second strategy is ecological and directed towards developing environmental resources to reduce potential stressors. Most disabled persons need a combination of both approaches. The refinement of psychiatric rehabilitation has achieved a point where it should be made readily available for every disabled person.
- Track 9-1Schizophrenia
- Track 9-2Bipolar disorder
- Track 9-3Impact of medication
- Track 9-4Serious and persistent mental illness (SPMI)
Kinesiology is the logical investigation of human development and muscle function. Kinesiology tends to physiological, biomechanical, and mental dynamic standards and components of development. Uses of kinesiology to human health incorporate biomechanics and orthopedics; quality and conditioning; sport psychology; techniques for rehabilitation, for example, physical and occupational therapy; and game and exercise. Investigations of human and animal movement incorporate measures from movement following frameworks, electrophysiology of muscle and cerebrum action, different strategies for observing physiological capacity, and other social and cognitive research procedures.
- Track 10-1Adaptation through exercise
- Track 10-2Neuroplasticity
- Track 10-3Motor redundancy
- Track 10-4Technology in kinesiology
- Track 10-5Kinesio genomics
- Track 10-6Kinesiological stretching
Sports injuries may happen in any part of the body, especially if your forte involves testing the laws of physics or gravity. The most common sports injuries tend to be fairly minor: bruises, sprains, strains, and more. Still, there are more serious injuries for athletes depending on the region and type of activity. Sports Injury Rehabilitation helps athletes effectively treat pain and return to normal function. We emphasize the importance of early injury recognition and treatment. In conjunction with receiving a course of treatment and flexibility exercises will be implemented. Progressive exercises where included in rehabilitation services to ensure the injury site which returns to the fully functional state. Sports physiotherapy treats a range of conditions including acute sports injuries, strains, sprains, muscle, tendon and ligament repairs, tendonitis, hand injuries, shoulder dislocation, foot or ankle dysfunction and surgery rehabilitation.
- Track 11-1Psychology of injury
- Track 11-2Stages of rehabilitation
- Track 11-3Pain management
- Track 11-4Kinesiology and physical activities
- Track 11-5Exercise physiology and metabolism
- Track 11-6Sport-specific musculoskeletal injuries
- Track 11-7Nutrition, diet and hydration in sports
Physiotherapy in the field of oncology and palliative care is a constantly progressing and creating claim to fame, both in dangerous and non-unsafe infections”. Rehabilitation for the two gatherings of patients is currently perceived as a fundamental piece of the clinical pathway, as early diagnosis and new medicines are empowering patients to live more. It is by and large acknowledged that patients ought to approach a proper level of rehabilitation, with the goal that they can work at any rate level of dependency and improve their personal satisfaction, regardless of their life expectancy.
- Track 12-1Cancer induced disability
- Track 12-2Metastases
- Track 12-3Hyperkalaemia
- Track 12-4Breast cancer-related lymphedema
- Track 12-5Neurodegenerative disorders
- Track 12-6Cachexia
Acupuncture is an Alternative medicine in which thin needles are embedded into the body. It is a key part of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). Acupuncture effects are basically because of the Placebo effect. Lower back pain, cerebral pains and headaches, Arthritis pain and other joint torments can be dealt by this strategy.
- Track 13-1Acupressure
- Track 13-2Cupping therapy
- Track 13-3Electro acupuncture
- Track 13-4Fire needle acupuncture
- Track 13-5Auriculotherapy
- Track 13-6Moxibustion therapy
- Track 13-7Auriculotherapy
manual treatment is characterized as a clinical approach using particular hands-on strategies, including yet not restricted to manipulation/mobilization, utilized by the physical advisor to analyze and treat soft tissues and joint structures to modulate pain; increasing range of motion(ROM); reducing or eliminating with soft tissue irritation; initiating relaxation; enhancing contractile and non-contractile tissue repair, extensibility, or potentially steadiness; encouraging movement; and enhancing function.Manual treatment, or manipulative treatment, is a physical treatment fundamentally utilized by physical specialists, physiotherapists, word related advisors, chiropractors, rub specialists, athletic coaches, osteopaths, and osteopathic doctors to treat musculoskeletal pain and disability.it most ordinarily incorporates massaging and control of muscles, joint mobilization and joint manipulation.
- Track 14-1Joint manipulations
- Track 14-2Myofascial release
- Track 14-3Chiropractors
- Track 14-4Massage therapy
- Track 14-5Osteopathic manipulation
- Track 14-6Spinal manipulation
- Track 14-7Soft tissue mobilization
Drug rehabilitation help drug addicts prepare to re-enter society. Drug addiction changes a person’s behavior that which can affect in all aspects of his or her life including their work as well as relationships. In drug rehab, patients do their best to regain their normal lives in a safe and healthy way. There are many different types of drug rehabilitation facilities. Some specialize in helping patients with a specific drug addiction. Inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation facilities are also available.
- Track 15-1Smart drugs and designer drugs
- Track 15-2Medications
- Track 15-3Types of treatment
- Track 15-4Psychological dependence
- Track 15-5Coerced abstinence
- Track 15-6Cognitive therapy
- Track 15-7Relapse
The main purpose of occupational therapy is to facilitate the people to take part in the activities of everyday life. It is an allied health profession which is performed by therapists. Occupational therapist plays an important role in order to support people of all ages to overcome the effects of disability caused by illness, ageing or accident. Occupational Physiotherapy focused on client-centered care and providing optimal independence and satisfaction with performance, is an essential part of any comprehensive pain management program.The main goal of occupational therapy is primary health care.
- Track 16-1Physical therapy
- Track 16-2Speech therapy
- Track 16-3Clinical psychology
- Track 16-4Productive aging
- Track 16-5Adult rehabilitation