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The Neurological Rehabilitation Department of The Centre for Excellence in Neurosciences at Meitra Hospital is a subspecialty that includes a doctor-supervised program designed for people with diseases, injuries, or disorders of the nervous system. Neurological rehab helps to improve function, reduce symptoms, and improve the well-being of the patient.
Our team of expert medical professionals and physical therapists, and neuro-therapists, focus on all aspects of a person's functional independence and well-being, by offering a series of therapies from the Medications, Physiotherapy, speech therapy, psychological therapies, occupational therapies, teaching or re-training patients on mobility skills, and communication processes.
Parkinsonism & Movement Disorder Clinic and Deep Brain Stimulation Program: The Institute of Neurosciences at Meitra Hospital has initiated a unique program known as the Deep Brain Stimulation Program to treat Parkinson's disease and other movement and neurological disorders.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What does stroke rehabilitation involve?
This includes exercises to improve your control over your speech muscles. using communication aids such as letter charts and electronic aids. using alternative methods of communication such as gestures or writing.
What kinds of patients are referred to Neurological Physiotherapy?
Patients suffering from Functional Neurological Disorders, Stroke, Spinal cord, traumatic brain injuries, Multiple Sclerosis, and Parkinson’s diseases. In addition, patients after a brain or spine surgery are also advised of neurorehabilitation.
Why is rehabilitation necessary?
Rehabilitation helps to minimize or slow down the disabling effects of chronic health conditions, such as cardiovascular disease, cancer, and diabetes by equipping people with self-management strategies and the assistive products they require, or by addressing pain or other complications.