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The treatment of mental health disorders usually includes two aspects: the actual treatment itself, and rehabilitation. Treatment focuses on reducing the symptoms of an illness that are present in the patient. In the case of a person with fever, the goal of treatment is to bring down the body temperature.
- Track 1-1Traumatic brain injury rehabilitation
- Track 1-2Spinal cord injury rehabilitation
- Track 1-3Evaluation and management
- Track 1-4Post-traumatic stress disorder
Cardiac rehabilitation, also referred to as cardiac rehab, is a custom designed outpatient application of exercise and schooling. Cardiac rehabilitation is designed to help you enhance your fitness and help you get over a coronary heart attack, other styles of heart disease or surgical procedure to deal with heart disorder. It is the most common treatment for people recovering from myocardial infraction and angioplasty, coronary-aortic by-pass graft surgery. It is to improve the cardiac function, reduce the risk of reinfarction and to prevent progression of the atherosclerotic process. The goals of cardiac rehabilitation embody establishing Associate in nursing personal attempt to assist you regain strength, preventing your condition from worsening, reducing your risk of future heart issues, and rising your health and quality of life.
- Track 2-1The acute phase of cardiac rehabilitation
- Track 2-2Independent ongoing maintenance
- Track 2-3Myocardial infraction
- Track 2-4Angioplasty
- Track 2-5 Coronary aortic by pass
Physiotherapy in the field of oncology and palliative care is a continuously evolving and developing specialty, both in malignant and non-malignant diseases. Rehabilitation for both groups of patients is now recognized as an essential part of the clinical pathway, as early diagnoses and new treatments are enabling patients to live longer.
- Track 3-1Malignant disease
- Track 3-2Non-malignant diseases
- Track 3-3Cancer care facilities
- Track 3-4Oncology service
- Track 3-5Palliative treatment
Acupuncture is best in the treatment of sports, work, auto accident rehabilitation, and post-operative pain. Acupuncture in combination with rehabilitation may have benefits for the treatment of acute and sub acute stroke emanation in comparison with rehabilitation alone. Stroke is a major cause of death in the nations and can also cause caustic disability. Acupuncture is a comparatively simple, inexpensive and safe treatment that has been used in China for hundreds of years and is increasingly practiced in some Western countries. However, it remains unclear whether the existing evidence is sufficiently strong to recommend the regular use of acupuncture.
- Track 4-1Moxibustion
- Track 4-2Chinese herbs
- Track 4-3Chinese nutrition
- Track 4-4Cupping/Scraping
- Track 4-5Tongue diagnosis
Physiotherapists generally work with children who are having physical and developmental disabilities like Down syndrome, Cerebral palsy and help them with physical and motor skills problems. Physiotherapists who work with children’s want you to be involved in your child’s discussion and in planning your child’s treatment. Good connection with families is very important to pediatric physiotherapists.
- Track 5-1Down syndrome
- Track 5-2Acquired brain injury
- Track 5-3Hyptonia
- Track 5-4Athletes
- Track 5-5Cerebral palsy
This therapy aims at promoting health and wellbeing through regular conduction of occupational activities. The patient is given simple tasks to perform, to gradually regain their ability to function independently. Occupational therapists work with people of all ages who need specialized assistance to lead independent, productive, and satisfying lives due to physical, developmental, social, or emotional problem. Patients affected by stroke, autism, depression and anxiety as well as those who have undergone surgeries can enrol themselves for OT. Elders can also enrol themselves in a Geriatric Occupational Therapy program.
- Track 6-1Stroke
- Track 6-2Autism
- Track 6-3Depression
- Track 6-4Anxiety
Vocational rehabilitation, shortened as VR or voc rehab, is a progress which enables persons with functional, psychological, developmental, cognitive, and emotional disabilities or impairments or health disabilities to overcome barriers to accessing, maintaining, or returning to employment or alternative helpful occupation.
- Track 7-1Psycho-social interventions
- Track 7-2Career counselling
- Track 7-3Functional capacity evaluations
- Track 7-4Psychiatric rehabilitation
Speech therapy is given to patients, who are having a difficulty in communication, swallowing and to those who are suffering from speech and language disorders. These ailments may arise due to complications such as stroke, brain injury, developmental delays and congenital anomalies. The intention of speech therapy is to mix the mechanics of speech with language usage. The treatment begins with an initial evaluation followed by assessment, diagnosis, counselling and treatment. Services for cognitive aspects of communication, speech, language, swallowing, voice and sensory awareness are provided by speech therapy.
- Track 8-1Audiology
- Track 8-2Behaviour analysis
- Track 8-3Articulation disorders
- Track 8-4Fluency disorders
- Track 8-5Voice disorders
Respiratory therapy is an associated singly designed service, specifically provided within the home to supply preventative, maintenance, and rehabilitative airway-related techniques and procedures. Respiratory therapy includes treating diseases, infections, or viruses of the cardiopulmonary system, such as lung cancer, asthma, emphysema, bronchitis, and pneumonia.
- Track 9-1Pulmonary medicine
- Track 9-2Pulmonology
- Track 9-3Air way management
- Track 9-4Pulmonary rehabilitation
Over the period of the past 2 years, in particular, there have been several notable advances in the physical therapy, There has been renewed interest in the spondyloarthropathy family of chronic inflammatory Pain medication conditions, which has been fueled to a large extent by the biologic era Smartphone and iPad apps for physical therapy professionals and patients are a growing trend.
Many apps are inexpensive or even free and provide handy resources like physiotherapy glossaries, exercise videos, orthopedic diagnosis tools, clinical tests, and even 360-degree visual anatomy The Berkeley-based company Ekso Bionics broke new ground in rehabilitation services and gait training when it developed the Ekso suit, an aluminum and titanium exoskeleton that helps patients suffering from varying degrees of paralysis or hemiparesis with movement.
- Track 10-1Traditional physical therapy medicine
- Track 10-2Chinese physical therapy medicine
- Track 10-3Complementary physical therapy medicine
Thousand years ago, ancient China gives birth to Traditional Chinese Medicine. It includes many Body & Mind practices, for example, Acupuncture, Tui-na (Chinese therapeutic massage), Moxibustion (burning an herb above the skin to apply heat to acupuncture points), Qigong (practices that combine specific movements or postures, coordinated breathing, and mental focus), Tai-chi, Chinese herbal medicine and Dietary.
- Track 11-1Acupuncture
- Track 11-2Moxibustion
- Track 11-3Chinese Herbs
- Track 11-4Chinese Nutrition
- Track 11-5Tongue Diagnosis
There are overall 20 different treatment approaches commonly used by your physiotherapist. In fact, your physiotherapist has training that includes techniques used by most hands-on professions such as chiropractors, osteopaths, massage therapists, and kinesiologists.
- Track 12-1Neurodynamics
- Track 12-2Stretching exercises
- Track 12-3Joint mobilization
- Track 12-4Muscle stretching
- Track 12-5Kinesiology Taping
Geriatric physiotherapy covers numerous issues concerning people as they go through normal adult aging. These include (but are not limited to) arthritis, osteoporosis, cancer, Alzheimer's disease, hip and joint replacement, balance disorders and in continence, reduce pain and increase fitness.
- Track 13-1Arthritis
- Track 13-2Blance disorders
- Track 13-3Depression
- Track 13-4Incontinence
- Track 13-5Osteoporosis
Orthopaedic manual therapy includes treatment of the musculoskeletal system (which is made up of the muscles and bones of the body) that has been subject to injury or trauma. This includes sprains, strains, post fracture, post-surgery, and repetitive injuries. The areas of the body include the neck and back as well as the extremities.
- Track 14-1Soft Tissue Mobilization
- Track 14-2Pain Modulation Techniques
- Track 14-3Joint Mobilization
- Track 14-4Physical therapy
Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilizations or Simply IASTM is a simple and practical technique, because the surface of the instrument minimizes the force used by the practitioner, but maximizes the force delivered to the tissues and also it is another scope of hardware which empowers clinicians to productively find and treat people determined to have delicate tissue Aquatic exercise based recuperation. The procedure itself is said to be an advanced development from Traditional Chinese Medicine called GuaSha. IASTM is a will be a methodology that is quickly developing in ubiquity because of its viability and productivity.
- Track 15-1Instrument assisted soft tissue mobilizations (IASTM)
- Track 15-2Soft tissue Aquatic physical therapy
- Track 15-3Minimal Energy Techniques (METs)
- Track 15-4Physiotherapy Instrument Mobilisation (PIM)
Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy is a specialised area of physiotherapy treating injuries and conditions which affect the muscles, joints, and soft tissues. Injuries which can be treated by musculoskeletal physiotherapy are Ligament sprains, Muscle strains.
- Track 16-1Epidemiology of musculoskeletal disorders
- Track 16-2Exercise programs
- Track 16-3Pain management
- Track 16-4Physical and occupational therapy
- Track 16-5Amputation
Stroke is an acute onset of neurological dysfunction due to an abnormality in cerebral circulation with resultant signs& symptoms which corresponds to involvement of focal areas of the brain. It is defined as the sudden onset of neurological deficits due to an abnormality in cerebral circulation with the signs and symptoms lasting for more than 24 hours or longer.
- Track 17-1Muscle spasticity
- Track 17-2Motor impairment
- Track 17-3Impact of stroke
- Track 17-4Post-Stroke rehabilitation
- Track 17-5Tendon reflexes
Vestibular rehabilitation is an exercise based program, designed by a specialty trained vestibular physical therapist, to improve balance and reduce problems related to dizziness. Benefits of vestibular rehabilitation, patients who are diagnosed with dizziness, imbalance, vertigo, Meniere’s syndrome, benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV), neck-related dizziness and migraines
- Track 18-1Balance disorder
- Track 18-2Quantitative vestibular testing
- Track 18-3Exercise protocols
- Track 18-4Visual disturbance
- Track 18-5Cognitive impairment
Neurological physiotherapy, Rehabilitation after stroke is crucial because two thirds of patients suffer disability as a result of the stroke. The disability depends on the size and location of the stroke. For example, stroke in the left side of the brain tends to impair speech, comprehension of the spoken word, motor power and sensation on the right side of the body. Stroke in the right side of the brain tends to impair attention, Spinal Cord Injury, and movement and sensation on the left side of the body.
- Track 19-1Functional neurological disorders
- Track 19-2Spinal cord and traumatic injuries
- Track 19-3Multiple sclerosis
- Track 19-4Motor neuron disease
- Track 19-5Parkinson’s disease
In the modern era, rehabilitation after sports injury has become a domain for specialists, and its evolution has necessarily brought together the sports physiotherapist, the sports physician, and the orthopaedic surgeon. Sports injuries may happen in any part of the body. 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. Sports physiotherapy treats a range of conditions including strains, sprains, muscle, tendon and ligament repairs, tendonitis, hand injuries, shoulder dislocation, foot or ankle dysfunction and surgery rehab.
- Track 20-1Psychology of injury
- Track 20-2Stages of rehabilitation
- Track 20-3Pain management
- Track 20-4Kinesiology and physical activities
- Track 20-5Nutrition, diet and hydration in sports