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Physical Rehabilitation

Introduction

Physical Therapy

The outstanding feature is the use of physical agents including voice, light, electricity, water, cold, heat, ultrasound, pressure, kinesthesia and mechanical action and other physical properties which allow patients a choice of noninvasive medical services. Physical therapists observe and assess the body's functional condition by direct examination of the patient's body function to prevent, correct, ease, or restrict obstructions in the patient's body, dysfunctions of the body including the area and degree of motor incapacity, and pain caused by trauma or disease or psychosomatic effects.

Objects of Service

Orthopedic Physical Therapy:
For musculoskeletal system disorders such as frozen shoulder, tennis elbow, osteoarthritis, myo-fascial pain syndrome, low back pain, fracture postoperative discomfort, sprains, strains, amputations, adhesive scars, facial palsy, intervertebral disk herniation and total hip replacement postoperative problems and other similar complaints.

Neurological physical therapy:
For cerebral-vascular accidents (CVA), spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic brain injury, cerebellar dysfunction, Parkinson's disease, poliomyelitis, postpolio syndrome, Guillain-Barre syndrome, multiple sclerosis, peripheral neurotrosis and pathological change. In cases involving impairment of limb functions, the patient's therapist can reduce or improve functional limitations and physiological handicaps due to disease.

Pediatric physical therapy:
Including treatment of cerebral palsy, mental impairment, developmental delays, Duchenne muscular systrophy (DMD), brachial plexus Injuries, congenital torticollis, and pre-term infans. At present treats the tendency for the early discovery early time treatment.

Bedside physical therapy:
Mainly aimed at inpatients and including CVA, SCI, and TBI postoperative orthopedic patients.

Utilize evaluation and treatment making sure the patient understands the entire treatment course, and assisting and educating the patient in exercise to promote preoperative and postoperative reconstrution and rehabilitation and inspire confidence in oneself, while preventing joint contractions, improving circulation and helping patients return to their families and society.