DPRC (Dhaka Pain Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation centre Ltd.) hospital is the best private Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation centre in Dhaka among Bangladesh. Why we are the best in Bangladesh that is written below-
Physiotherapy is a rehabilitation profession with a presence in all health care delivery streams: hospitals, long-term care facilities, home care, community-based clinics, schools, private practice clinics and primary care networks. In all over town, physiotherapists are registered to practice with their corresponding all over country.
While physicians are referred to as MDs and nurses as RNs, physiotherapists or physical therapists are often referred to as PTs. The professional titles for this leading rehabilitation health care professional are physiotherapist or physical therapist.
Physiotherapy is a drug-free health care practice. Physiotherapists work in partnership with individuals of all ages to break down the barriers to physical function whether that means working with patients pre and post surgery, helping people come back from illness and chronic disease, injury, industrial and motor vehicle accidents and age related conditions. Physiotherapists also play an important role in health promotion and disease prevention. Physiotherapy is the treatment of preference for many who suffer from pain whether in the back or neck, or joint pain such as hips, knees, ankles, wrists, elbows or shoulders.
Physiotherapy has proven to be effective in the treatment and management of arthritis, diabetes, stroke and traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury and a range of respiratory conditions offering those afflicted with tools and techniques to acquire and maintain an optimum level of function and pain free living.
What is Physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy is a recognized health profession that assists people with injuries, pain, stiffness, post-surgery recovery, weakness, and other movement and musculoskeletal problems. The main goal of physiotherapy is to restore patients to their pre-injury level of physical and functional abilities. Physiotherapists are university trained and are experts in injury diagnosis, injury treatment, injury prevention, exercise prescription, assessing and helping with pain, rehabilitation and many other areas of sport and musculoskeletal health and fitness.
Physiotherapists at DPRC have the expertise and training to assess the underlying cause of your injuries and provide you with an effective evidence-based treatment which will get you back to your pre-injury lifestyle as soon as possible while preventing likelihood of recurrence.
WHO IS A PHYSIOTHERAPIST?
Physiotherapist is a healthcare professional person who completed graduation degree in physiotherapy from a government recognizes university. After graduation he/she should take registration from government for physiotherapy practice.
Physiotherapist is qualified and professionally required to undertake a comprehensive assessment of the client, formulate a diagnosis, plan and implement a therapeutic programmed where appropriate, evaluate the outcome of any intervention and determine discharge arrangements (WCPT Declaration 1995).
Physiotherapist is now primary healthcare practitioners as regulated healthcare practitioners. Physiotherapist is capable of assessing and treating a patient within their scope of practice without the need of referral, supervision or delegation by another healthcare practitioner. Physiotherapist is responsible professionals who practice with in their scope of practice and professional competence and who refer to other healthcare practitioners as appropriate. (Canadian alliance of physiotherapy regulators online).
Physiotherapists work in many areas including: cardio-respiratory, orthopedics, neurology, pediatrics, women’s health, seniors’ health, and sports.
When you see a physiotherapist, he or she will complete an extensive assessment that may include your health history, evaluation of pain and movement patterns, strength, joint range of motion, reflexes, sensation and cardio-respiratory status. In addition, the physiotherapist examines relevant x-rays, laboratory tests, medical records and surgical notes. Based on this assessment the physiotherapist establishes a diagnosis and works in partnership with you to develop individualized goals and treatment programs.
Physiotherapy treatment can include therapeutic exercises, manual therapy, acupuncture, electrical modalities such as TENS or ultrasound, and work hardening. A physiotherapist promotes independence. Emphasis is placed on what you can do for yourself and on education to prevent future injuries or disability.
WHO IS A PHYSIOTHERAPY TECHNOLOGIST?
Physiotherapy Technologist is a technical person who completed diploma in health technology (physiotherapy) course. He/She must work under a registered physiotherapist.
HOW EFFECTIVE IS PHYSIOTHERAPY?
Many patients find immediate relief while others find that the correction of their problem takes longer when it has existed for several years. It is important to note that every patient responds differently to physiotherapy treatments.
The Value of Physiotherapy
To influence change it is important that statements are supported by evidence-based data. One of the physiotherapy hospital, recently undertook a large literature review that focused on four conditions that have been identified as adding to the mounting health care costs in DPRC and the role that physiotherapy can play: Falls in the Frail Elderly, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), Cardiovascular Disease (CVD)/Congestive Heart Failure (CHF), and Stroke. The research shows that not only does physiotherapy treatment benefit the patient, but it is also a cost-effective measure that can help ensure the sustainability of the health care system.
WHY CHOOSE PHYSIOTHERAPY?
Choose Physiotherapy over DRUGS & SURGERY, as a common sense approach to better HEALTH & MOBILITY. It is the key to living an independent quality & joyful life. Regardless of how quickly you respond to these treatments you will enjoy the DRUG-FREE results that millions of patients have benefited from for many decades.
The Importance of Physiotherapy
Physiotherapy is the most commonly prescribed treatment to assist in the recovery of many injuries and conditions. Chronic pain, car and sports injuries and challenges with mobility can all be greatly improved with the use of physiotherapy. Here are just a few reasons why sticking to your physiotherapy is so important:
Range of Motion
If you have suffered from an injury or have a condition that is affecting your range of motion, without physiotherapy you will continue to feel less and less capable of participating in your day to day activities. Stiffness and pain in your shoulder, for example, can lead to a case of frozen shoulder if you do not follow your physiotherapy plan. In Bangladesh, physiotherapy patients with range of motion issues will regain their mobility and be able to return to their usual level of activity and better care for themselves.
Your physiotherapist will assign a number of therapeutic exercises for you to practice at home between appointments. Many people think that once they are shown how to do the exercises they no longer require assistance from their physiotherapists. However, during Bangladesh physiotherapy appointments, your physiotherapist will first check your improvement and then can increase or change your exercises accordingly to match your progress. Sometimes they will reduce your exercises if you seem to be having difficulty. Without regular appointments chances are you will not be able to progress to complete recovery and could even make matters worse.
For patients who have suffered a stroke or have conditions such as Parkinson’s Disease, physiotherapy plays a key role in aiding with correcting or improving the damage. Your treatments at an DPRC Hospital will help to compensate for deficits in gait, mobility and weaknesses, to bring back full or partial function, and to stop further deterioration from taking place.
If you suffer from breathing issues that are interfering with your day to day life, DPRC physiotherapy patients have seen great improvements following guided exercises, in hand with exercises with a physiotherapist. Cardiac patients also receive instruction on basic movement to regain their confidence after surgery.
In any number of cases for both chronic pain or pain resulting from an accident or injury, physiotherapy will aid in pain management improving your quality of life so you can resume your daily activities, sports, and hobbies.
In DPRC , physiotherapy plays an important role for a number of treatment programs and when disregarded can stop you from regaining your strength and health.
WHEN SHOULD I CONSULT A PHYSIOTHERAPIST FOR ADVICE AND TREATMENT?
A Registered Physiotherapist should be consulted when suffering from any of the following conditions:
- Pain, swelling and/or discomfort.
- Stiffness, weakness and/or decreased mobility.
- Acute or chronic neck, upper back and/or lower back pain/ PLID.
- Fractures, sprains, strains and/or severe contusions.
- Tendinitis, bursitis and/or capsulitis.
- Bulging / protruded / herniated discs and/or sciaticas.
- TMJ dysfunctions and/or jaw pain.
- Arthritis and/or rheumatism.
- Migraines or severe headaches.
- Postural and/or respiratory problems.
- Neurological problems causing paralysis, tingling, numbness and/or neuralgia.
- Blocked breast milk ducts.
- Benign positional vertigo (labyrinthitis).
- Skin diseases & disorders (Psoriasis, Vitiligo, Eczema, Dermatitis, Pruritus, Acne, Mycosis Fungoides, Lichen Planus, Pityriasis,…)
Benefits of Physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy can make a difference in an individual’s ability to live an active, healthy lifestyle. For many seniors, disabled or chronically ill people, physiotherapy is the key to restoring and maintaining a level of physical function that permits independent living. Physiotherapy is one way to successfully push physical limitations to secure the Freedom to Function.
Physiotherapy benefits include decreasing pain, improving joint mobility, increasing strength and coordination and improved cardio-respiratory function. Everyone can benefit from physiotherapy whether you are living with a chronic illness, recovering from a work injury or suffering after that weekend hockey game.
Physiotherapy increases your independence and gives you the Freedom to Function™ in your home, workplace or your favorite leisure activity. Physiotherapy offers a range of specialized services of benefit to patients with heart and lung disease, traumatic, workplace and athletic injuries, amputations, arthritic joints, stroke, brain injury, spinal cord and nerve injury, cancer and pre and post surgical needs.
The Physical Therapy Profession
Physical therapy is a dynamic profession with an established theoretical and scientific base and widespread clinical applications in the restoration, maintenance, and promotion of optimal physical function. Physical therapists:
- Diagnose and manage movement dysfunction and enhance physical and functional abilities.
- Restore, maintain, and promote not only optimal physical function but optimal wellness and fitness and optimal quality of life as it relates to movement and health.
- Prevent the onset, symptoms, and progression of impairments, functional limitations, and disabilities that may result from diseases, disorders, conditions, or injuries.
The terms “physical therapy” and “physiotherapy,” and the terms “physical therapist” and “physiotherapist,” are synonymous.
As essential participants in the health care delivery system, physical therapists assume leadership roles in rehabilitation; in prevention, health maintenance, and programs that promote health, wellness, and fitness; and in professional and community organizations. Physical therapists also play important roles both in developing standards for physical therapist practice and in developing health care policy to ensure availability, accessibility, and optimal delivery of health care services. Physical therapy is covered by federal, state, and private insurance plans. Physical therapists’ services have a positive impact on health-related quality of life.
As clinicians, physical therapists engage in an examination process that includes:
- taking the patient/client history,
- conducting a systems review, and
- performing tests and measures to identify potential and existing problems.
To establish diagnoses, prognoses, and plans of care, physical therapists perform evaluations, synthesizing the examination data and determining whether the problems to be addressed are within the scope of physical therapist practice. Based on their judgments about diagnoses and prognoses and based on patient/client goals, physical therapists:
- provide interventions (the interactions and procedures used in managing and instructing patients/clients),
- conduct re-examinations,
- modify interventions as necessary to achieve anticipated goals and expected outcomes, and
- develop and implement discharge plans.
Physical therapy can be provided only by qualified physical therapists (PTs) or by physical therapist assistants (PTAs) working under the supervision of a physical therapist.
Why we are the best?
We have very recognize and professional medical personnel. We have a lot of physiotherapist those are graduated from well known universities also have post graduate degree and experienced physiotherapy technologist. We have a huge number of R&D specialists. we do research regularly according to the cases.
After a serious injury, illness or surgery, you may recover slowly. You may need to regain your strength, relearn skills or find new ways of doing things you did before. This process is rehabilitation.
Rehabilitation often focuses on
- Physical therapy to help your strength, mobility and fitness
- Occupational therapy to help you with your daily activities
- Speech-language therapy to help with speaking, understanding, reading, writing and swallowing
Treatment of pain
The type of therapy and goals of therapy may be different for different people. An older person who has had a stroke may simply want rehabilitation to be able to dress or bathe without help. A younger person who has had a heart attack may go through cardiac rehabilitation to try to return to work and normal activities. Someone with a lung disease may get pulmonary rehabilitation to be able to breathe better and improve their quality of life.
Common conditions that are treated by the rehabilitation therapists include amputation, spinal cord injury, sports injury, stroke, musculoskeletal pain syndromes such as low back pain,fibromyalgia, and traumatic brain injury. Cardiopulmonary rehabilitation involves optimizing function in those afflicted with heart or lung disease. Chronic pain management is achieved through a multidisciplinary approach involving , physical therapists, occupational therapists, exercise therapists, anesthesiologist, psychologists and interventional procedures when indicated. In addition to the previous methodology, stroke is often treated with the help of a speech therapist and recreational therapist when possible.