Little Steps Towards Independence Following Brain Injury

My life changed in a fraction of a second. Following a fall from top of the stair case, I was admitted in the hospital.  After few months of medical intervention in the hospital, I was discharged.  Coming back home was a challenge, I was tired, weak and was not sure...

Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) Rehabilitation

Fifteen Years Post SCI, she is still focused on getting her independence back, we started treating her recently. Physiotherapy intervention helps in improving physical health and general wellbeing.  We are working towards maximizing the neurological recovery and...

Relearning to Walk After Brain Injury

The ability to walk independently is a prerequisite for most daily activities. Let it be accessing the community setting or navigating inside your own home environment, standing and walking is essential.  It was great to see Kyle standing and walking, a true team...

Vestibular Rehabilitation following Traumatic Brain Injury

Balance is something which we often take for granted, unless we suddenly find that our balance is not quite like it used to be.  Balance requires co-ordination of a variety of systems in order to work optimally. Vestibular dysfunction following brain injury is common...

Hydrotherapy for Osteoarthritis

Scientific studies have shown that Hydrotherapy (Aquatic Therapy) can improve strength and general fitness in people with various types of arthritis. The exercises can be tailored to your individual needs, so you can start slowly and gradually build up your strength...

Physiotherapy for Polyneuropathy

Studies have shown that physiotherapy and strengthening exercises for poly neuropathy moderately improve muscle strength in people with poly neuropathy. In addition, exercises to help poly neuropathy, when done regularly, may reduce neuropathic pain and can help...