Physiotherapy

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The Physiotherapy Department at Amara Hospital offers a variety of physical therapy and rehabilitation services designed to help you recover more quickly and completely. Our experienced therapists and doctors will work together with you in a holistic manner. To ensure that you receive full benefit from your therapy sessions, schedule appointment with an appropriate doctor (neurologist, pulmonologist, orthopedic surgeon, cardiologist), prior to starting therapy.

Let us be your partner in recovery.

MEET OUR TEAM

Bindhu Priya Kandukuri

Head of Physiotherapy

Mon - Sat 9 AM - 4 PM
Sravani Boppidi

Physiotherapist

Mon - Sat : 9 AM - 4 PM
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MEET OUR TEAM

GETTING YOU BACK INTO ACTION

RELIEVING YOU OF PAIN

Objective assessment of how employees work in their workplace. This will help identify ergonomic risks such as repetitive tasks that can cause strains, improper work area set-up, and improper use of tools, which can result in development of work-related musculoskeletal disorders. This can be done for employees in both office and manufacturing locations.

Following assessment, we will work with you to come up with possible solutions for appropriate work-area set-up, appropriate use of tools and exercises that may help employees improve their posture.

Manual Therapy will restore mobility to stiff joints and reduce muscle tension. It includes kneading, manipulation of the muscles, massage, joint mobilization and joint manipulation.

Strategically placed electrodes pass current to stimulate nerves endings to provide a massaging sensation that relieves both acute and chronic pain.

A type of TENS, it uses alternating low and medium frequency current to relieve pain and stimulate healing. It may be helpful for people with chronic muscle wasting.

Application of cold or hot packs helps relieve pain. Application of cold packs can reduce edema, redness and irritation in people with musculoskeletal strain and spasm. Heat therapy will relax muscles and improve blood flow. These methods are usually supplemental to other therapies.