The Best Physiotherapy Hospital in Bangalore

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Physiotherapy is a form of treatment that aims to improve a patient’s mobility, physical function, and overall well-being. Physiotherapists provide movement and exercise, manual treatment, and counselling to patients who are injured or have a disability. A physiotherapist’s focus is to strengthen a patient’s physical health by providing a wide range of treatments to relieve pain, restore the body’s function, and decrease the effects of any dysfunction in the case of severe injury or disease.
The Department of Physiotherapy at Regal Hospital is well equipped with advanced electrotherapy and provides specialised medical treatments and physical rehabilitation programmes to patients of all ages. Our team of physicians is actively guiding and training patients to perform the right physical exercise and therapies to regain their physical strength and movement. Physiotherapists are encouraged to work with other departments of medicine including ICU, cardiology, pulmonology, dermatology, gynaecology, and obstetrics.
Our department’s objective is to deliver complete, cost-effective physiotherapy services based on the patient’s medical condition and clinical diagnosis. Our treatment is customised for each patient to optimise their return to the normal routine. We have 24/7 physiotherapy treatments for patients.

We provide services in the following specialty areas of physiotherapy:

  • Orthopaedic physiotherapy: An orthopaedic physical therapist can recommend the appropriate exercises for your specific condition affecting your joints, muscles, and bones. They are trained to treat a number of injuries and diseases, including sports injuries, post-operative joints, fractures, sprains, and arthritis.

  • Neurological physiotherapy: It is primarily concerned with the treatment of patients who have suffered physical impairment as a result of neurological disorders, such as spinal cord injury, cerebral palsy, stroke, Alzheimer’s disease, and multiple sclerosis.

  • Geriatric Physical Therapy: It deals with managing physical health and disorders of old age and helps elderly people strengthen their musculoskeletal systems.

  • Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation: It helps to restore, prevent, and manage the physical and functional impairments of patients with lung and cardiac disorders.

  • Paediatric Physical Therapy: It aims to diagnose, manage, and treat genetic and acquired disorders in children. Infants with birth defects, spina bifida, developmental delays, and torticollis are the conditions treated by the therapists.

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