What Is Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation
Musculoskeletal rehabilitation deals with impairments or disabilities due to disease, disorder or trauma to the muscles, bones, joints, ligaments or tendons.
Why Progressive Care
The Musculoskeletal and sports Rehabilitation unit offers care to a diverse population of patients recovering from various orthopedic illness including surgical procedures as well as injuries. This unit is dedicated for extensive rehabilitation for post-surgical conditions and injuries, along with education and treatment for the underlying disease process.
Musculoskeletal rehabilitation in “Progressive Care” involves the Assessment, diagnosis and treatment of various conditions. Recovery of the client is evaluated regularly with suitable orthopedic scales. In addition, an individualized therapeutic exercise program will be prescribed to address the contributing factors and promote precision of motion.
This unit is well equipped with advanced Electrotherapy modalities, manipulation couches as well as advanced therapeutic gym with highly qualified therapists.
What Do We Treat?
Patients with following conditions
Degenerative joint diseases (knee pain, hip pain etc.)
Common Sprains and strains
Shoulder pain including rotator cuff injuries
Rehabilitation after Joint replacements
Rehabilitation after Amputations
Rehabilitation of Spinal injuries
Peripheral nerve injuries
Repetitive strain injuries
Chronic regional pain syndrome
Plantar fasciitis and more.