The secret of your success is found in your daily routine!!
What you do daily does matter. Your brain responds to consistent stimulation. If you want to recover from a neurological disorder as quickly as possible, daily rehabilitation is the answer.
Be it a Stroke, Parkisons disease, brain injury, spinal cord injury or any other neuro disorder, the sooner you begin rehabilitation the more likely you are to regain lost abilities and skills.
Your doctor’s immediate priorities are to stabilize your medical condition, control life-threatening conditions, prevent further secondary complications. However, the goal of a physiotherapist is slightly different. Once your medical condition is stable, it is common for neuro rehabilitation to start as soon as 24 to 48 hours after you are medically stable though you may still be in the hospital.
Stroke is an illness in which part of the brain loses its blood supply. This can happen if an artery that feeds blood to the brain gets clogged or if it tear and leaks. A stroke is when there is a lack of blood flow to the brain.
At Shanthi Priya, following a stroke, assessment and treatment planning begins very soon after the event. In all cases your rehabilitation will be tailored to your specific needs and depending on the level of disability.
Our physiotherapist may use variety of equipment during treatment such as splints, standing aids, gym ball, exercise bike, treadmill, walking aids, mirrors for visual feedback and much more and at Shanthi Priya physio we follow specially the ” fame protocol” to treat stroke.
FAME: A group exercise program for people living with stroke created by the developers of UBC (University of British Columbia). It is considered as one of most successful treatment techniques throughout the world.
The goal of neuro rehabilitation is to help you relearn skills you lost due to the specific part of your brain being affected. Neuro rehabilitation can help you regain independence and improve your quality of life.
Yearn in your heart to be out in the community soon. It is not housebound disease!