The centre is equipped with a highly specialized and accountable team of neuro Physiotherapists Nutritionist, orthopaedic physiotherapist, ICU specialist, cardiac physiotherapist, gynaecology physiotherapist, and post-transplant physiotherapy rehab, Ergonomists for patient recuperation from acute, sub-acute and chronic medical disorders in all age groups. The aim of Aster CMI Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation centre is to enhance and restore functional ability and quality of life to people with physical impairments or disabilities.
The centre offers integrated advanced rehabilitation programs such as post-stroke and traumatic brain injuries, paralytic diseases, neuromuscular diseases, sports injury, women’s health issues, pregnancy related fitness care, pain management post-transplant management and spinal conditions such as back neck , knee and joint pain, recovery from joint replacement, ligament reconstructions and other orthopaedic surgeries. With all of these conditions, emphasis is placed around what is consider to be the cause of your symptoms, develop a treatment plan, and set about treating the symptoms and the cause whole through a combination of variety of therapies, including investigations, medications, surgical procedures, pain interventions, physical modalities. We have specialized teams for Neurological Rehabilitation, Orthopaedic Rehabilitation, Cardio-pulmonary Rehabilitation, Rehabilitative Ergonomic Solutions, Rheumatologic rehabilitation, Women’s health, Post-transplant, Sports & Fitness Rehabilitation and functional training.
Game ready most developed range offers world-leading equipment used for injury and rehabilitation. Maxi sky Body Weight suspension with Gait training for neurological disabled patients This equipment range, suitable for all ages and abilities, incorporates many features that enhance safety and facilitate rehabilitation, for example, range limiters and additional supports.
Rehabilitation is often recommended for individuals of all ages suffering from sports injury, including:
Rehabilitation is a crucial component to regain full function after surgical procedures. It reduces the risk of re-injury and further complications. It also helps you to gradually return to your work, recreation, and competitive sports more successfully. In this programme, our therapist will provide one-to-one guidance and exercise prescription to each patient.
This comprehensive rehabilitation regimen can help the patient to maximise and regain normal muscle movement and function after a stroke or for neurological conditions such as:
Stroke patients can move towards recovery with appropriate intervention in the form of a multidisciplinary approach which includes:
Mobility/gait training, which involves learning to move with assistive aids, such as a walker or quad stick, or an orthosis (dynamic AFO) to stabilise and assist the ankle. Early standing is facilitated by the tilt table, automatic standing frame. Neurorehabilitation often involves teaching people how to move, talk, think and care for themselves again. Therapists aim to build strength, co-ordination, stamina and confidence in their patients, allowing them to become as independent as possible once again.
Physical rehabilitation of transplant candidates and recipients plays an important in optimizing physical function prior to transplant and facilitating recovery of function post-transplant. MDT consisting of surgeons, physicians, anaesthetists, transplant coordinators, nurses, physiotherapists, dieticians and social workers – from initial transplant assessment to long term post-transplant care Inpatient physiotherapists (critical care, transplant and surgery teams) involved in immediate post-operative care and ward based rehab.
Postnatal Rehabilitation is most important right after delivery, and special emphasis is given towards pelvic floor exercises. In this programme, the physiotherapist will guide you through exercises for post-delivery recovery and to reduce the risk of women’s health complications such as stress incontinence, and pelvic girdle and lower-back pain. We will advise you how to care for your back and the correct carrying techniques when taking care of your newborn baby.
Onco-rehabilitation is designed to restore strength, physical function, and independence that patients may have lost due to cancer or cancer treatment. The physiotherapist will assist and design an exercise regime that can help patients to function at a minimum level of dependency and optimise their quality of life.
Cardio-pulmonary rehabilitation is suitable for patients with heart and lung conditions such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), pulmonary fibrosis, cystic fibrosis, pneumonia and cardiac arrest (myocardial ischemia). In this programme, we also provide pre- and post-operative rehabilitation for patients who have undergone surgical procedures such as coronary artery bypass, valve replacement, lung resection, angioplasty, cardiothoracic surgery and various abdominal surgeries.
We also provide outpatient-based cardiopulmonary rehabilitation for patients who have undergone major cardiothoracic surgery. This programme will help to optimise the patient's functions and help speed up recovery in an effective and safe manner.