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Oct 09-10, 2024   10:00 AM GMT

Webinar onPhysical Medicine and Rehabilitation

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Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation is the process of supporting a person in achieving the stylish possible position of function, independence, and quality of life. Rehabilitation doesn't repair or undo the damage caused by sickness or trauma; rather, it aids in the restoration of an existent's health, performing, and well- being. Because recuperation drug is acclimatized to each existent's requirements, it enables a child, grown-up, or senior person to be as tone- sufficient as possible in diurnal conditioning, allowing them to share in education, job, recreation, and meaningful life tasks similar as minding for family members. An estimated2.4 billion people worldwide suffer from a health condition that could profit from recuperation. Changes in population health and features are anticipated to increase the demand for recuperation services around the world. People are living longer, for illustration, but with further habitual complaint and disability. Rehabilitation is extremely person- centred, which means that the interventions and approaches chosen for each person are determined by their pretensions and preferences. Rehabilitation can take place in a variety of venues, including outpatient and inpatient hospitals, private conventions, and community settings similar as a person's home.

  • Rehabilitation Advancements
  • Rehabilitation Counselling
  • Rehabilitation Nursing
  • Impairments Associated with Disabilities
  • Rehabilitation Services
  • Rehabilitation Therapy

Advanced Techniques in Neurorehabilitation

Advanced ways in Neurorehabilitation represent a pioneering approach that merges slice- edge technologies with medical moxie to transfigure the geography of neurological recovery. By employing tools like virtual reality, robotics, neurostimulation, and brain- computer interfaces, these ways exploit the brain's remarkable malleability to optimize motor, sensitive, and cognitive functions. This new community of invention and drug holds the pledge of not only restoring lost capacities but also reshaping the future of recuperation, offering substantiated and effective results for individualities affected by neurological conditions similar as stroke, spinal cord injury, and traumatic brain injury.

  • Robot-Assisted Rehabilitation
  • Virtual Reality (VR) Rehabilitation
  • Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) Therapy
  • Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) and Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS)
  • Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy (CIMT)

Pain Relief & Therapy

Pain is a multifaceted defensive medium. It's a necessary aspect of elaboration that protects the body from detriment and peril. Pain receptors are coupled to two types of jitters that descry peril in the body. One type of neuron transmits information fleetly, performing in an acute, immediate pain. The other sends dispatches sluggishly, performing in a throbbing, dull pang. There are further pain receptors in some corridor of the body than in others. Pain is a rather frequent disease. Pain becomes decreasingly common as people age, and women are more likely than males to be in pain. Pain can range from a dull pang to a sharp stab, and it can be minor to severe. Physiotherapists use a variety of mechanical and physical treatments to reduce pain, including ice/ heat packs, ultrasound, and electrical muscle stimulation. Active approaches and exercise remedy- conditioning that stretch and strengthen the inflexibility of sore muscles- can also help reduce pain.

  • Medication
  • Physical Therapy
  • Massage Therapy
  • Chiropractic Care

Robotics in Rehabilitation

Robotics in rehabilitation is an exciting and rapidly advancing field that utilizes robotic devices to assist in the recovery and rehabilitation of individuals with physical disabilities or impairments. Robotic exoskeletons and wearable robotic devices are designed to support and enhance the mobility of individuals with spinal cord injuries, stroke survivors, and those with neuromuscular disorders. Advances in robotics allow for the customization of rehabilitation therapies based on individual patient needs, adjusting parameters such as assistance levels, range of motion, and feedback mechanisms. Robotics is used to facilitate motor learning and recovery by providing repetitive and controlled movements that help retrain neural pathways and muscles affected by neurological conditions such as stroke or traumatic brain injury.

  • Assistive Devices
  • Motor Recovery
  • Sensor Technology
  • Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR)

Sports medicine

Sports medicine is a specialized branch of medicine that focuses on the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of injuries related to sports and exercise. Strategies and programs aimed at reducing the risk of sports-related injuries through proper training techniques, equipment fitting, biomechanical analysis, and education. Nutritional strategies tailored to athletes' needs to optimize performance, promote recovery, and prevent nutritional deficiencies or disorders. Techniques and technologies used to enhance athletic performance, such as biomechanical analysis, sports-specific conditioning programs, and sports-specific skill training.

  • Injury Prevention
  • Sports Nutrition
  • Exercise Physiology
  • Sports Performance Enhancement.

Physical Rehabilitation & Its Affects:

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation medical specialty that assists people in recovering body functions that have been lost due to illness or injury. This word is constantly used to relate to the entire medical platoon, rather than just the corkers. Numerous body functions, similar as bowel and bladder problems, biting and swallowing problems, problems allowing or logic, movement or mobility problems, speech and language impairments, can be addressed by recuperation. Although physical recuperation and physical remedy are occasionally used interchangeably, there are some major differences between the two. Physical recuperation is a broader word that encompasses a variety of professions, whereas physical remedy is a subset of physical recuperation. Individualities can return to their previous position of performing with the support of a specialised physical remedy program, which encourages conditioning and life variations that can help avoid fresh injury and enhance overall health and well- being.

Physiotherapy

Physiotherapists retain expansive knowledge in the area of movement wisdom. They give a form of healthcare known as activity, which aims to help individualities in recovering, maintaining, and enhancing their strength, function, mobility, and overall well- being. The terms" activity" and" physical remedy," as well as" physiotherapist" and" physical therapist," are used interchangeably to relate to the same thing. Physiotherapists use their in- depth understanding of how the body functions and their technical hands- on clinical chops to dissect, diagnose, and treat symptoms of illness, injury, and disability. Their compass of practice includes recuperation, injury forestallment, and promoting health and fitness. In order to meet the different healthcare requirements of individualities, physiotherapists frequently unite with other healthcare professionals These professionals are largely trained and regulated, furnishing activity services. Unlike fastening solely on specific areas affected by injury or illness, physiotherapists take a holistic approach by considering the entire body. Working nearly with cases, physiotherapists develop substantiated programs aimed at restoring their functional capacity and mobility to the topmost extent possible.

  • Orthopedic Physiotherapy
  •  Neurological Physiotherapy
  • Geriatric Physiotherapy
  • Pain Management Physiotherapy
  • Electrotherapy

Geriatric Rehabilitation

Geriatric Rehabilitation (GR) aims to enhance the quality of life for aged grown-ups, especially those with enervating impairments and/ or frailty, by either restoring function or perfecting residual functional capability. The current approach to recuperation focuses on promoting function and well- being, rather than solely addressing the complaint itself. By furnishing recuperation to senior individualities, they can maintain their independence in diurnal conditioning while also passing an advanced quality of life. Senior recuperation covers a wide range of conditions, including normal age- related changes due to desuetude and deconditioning, cardiovascular diseases like vascular complaint and stroke, and cadaverous difficulties similar as osteoporosis and arthritic conditions like knee and hipsters reserves. Physical drug corkers, also known as physiotherapists, use recuperation ways to help cases in recovering theirpre-injury quality of life. They may employ physical, occupational, and speech curatives to achieve this ideal. Also, senior recuperation plays a pivotal part in intermediate care settings. In these cases, cases are appertained by hospitals or family corkers for short- term ferocious physical remedy, generally following joint, tendon, or ligament form, or when senior cases witness a decline in their condition due to drug on-compliance, taking physical drug and recuperation care.

  • Fall Prevention
  • Mobility Enhancement
  • Pain Management.

Speech therapy

Speech therapy, also known as speech-language therapy or speech-language pathology, is a specialized field aimed at diagnosing and treating communication and swallowing disorders. Speech therapists, or speech-language pathologists (SLPs), work with individuals of all ages, from infants to the elderly, who may have difficulties with speech, language, voice, fluency, or swallowing. Here are some key aspects and areas of focus within speech therapy.

  • Speech Disorders
  • Swallowing Disorders (Dysphagia)
  • Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)
  • Language Disorders
  • Voice Disorders

Integrative medicine in rehabilitation

Integrative medicine in rehabilitation refers to the incorporation of complementary and alternative therapies alongside conventional medical treatments to enhance the overall rehabilitation process. It emphasizes a holistic approach that considers the physical, emotional, social, and spiritual aspects of a person's health. Some integrative approaches may include the use of herbal supplements or nutraceuticals (e.g., vitamins, minerals, antioxidants) to support healing and improve overall health. Integrative medicine in rehabilitation emphasizes a patient-centred approach, where individuals actively participate in decisions about their care.

  • Complementary Therapies
  • Nutrition and Dietary Counseling
  • Mind-Body Medicine
  • Patient-Centered Care
  • Collaboration Among Healthcare Providers

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