Friday, January 14, 2011


Outpatient Department: Treating back and neck pain, accidents and sports injuries. Educate patients in prevention of re-occurrence.

Neurology: Treating patients with strokes, multiple sclerosis and other forms of paralysis and helping them regain maximum possible function.

Respiratory Care: Patients with disease of the lungs such as asthma and bronchitis are helped to clear their lungs and breathe efficiently. This is particularly important if they are having surgery.

Coronary Care: Patients who have had a heart attack or heart surgery may be given a graduated rehabilitation program.

Orthopedics: Rehabilitating patients who have had operations on their bones or joints.

Hand Therapy: Working to regain maximum possible function of the hand following disease or injury.

Pediatrics: Working with children who have a physical and/or mental handicap e.g. spina bifida, cerebral palsy.

Maternity Care: Preparing pregnant women for childbirth and helping them regain fitness afterwards.

Care of the Elderly: Helping them to keep their mobility and independence.

Sports: Working with sports people to prevent injury as well as providing specific treatment.

In the Workplace: Looking at the workplace and the way people work in order to prevent physical problems.

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