1. Physiotherapy in orthopaedic conditions

  • Physiotherapy management of : Osteoarthritis of major joints, Spondylosis, Spondylitis, Spondylolisthesis, PIVD, Periarthritis of shoulder, Tuberculosis of spine, bone and major joints.
  • Specific fractures and dislocations
  • Soft Tissue Injuries: like Synovitis, Capsulitis, Tendonitis , Bursitis, volkman’sischemic contracture, Injury to ligaments of knee.
  • Pre and post operative physiotherapy management of common corrective procedure like arthroplasty, arthrodesis, osteotomy,.patellectomy, tendon transplants, soft tissue release, grafting, including post polio residual paralysis .
  • Physiotherapy Management of the following deformities,Congenital torticollis, Cervical rib, CTEV, Pescavus ,flatfoot and other common congenital deformities like Scoliosis, Increased and decreased Kyphosis, increased & decreased Lordosis, Coxavara, Genuvalgum, Genuvarum and recurvatum.
  • Deficiency Disease: Rickets, Osteomalacia, Osteoporosis and other deficiency disorders related to Physiotherapy, their clinical presentation, etiopathogenesis, management strategies including physiotherapy interventions.

2. Physiotherapy in various Paediatrics conditions like

  • Knock knees.
  • Cerebral palsy,
  • Muscular dystrophies
  • Down’s syndrome
  • Bronchial asthma
  • Congenital Heart Disease

3. Physiotherapy in various Geriatric conditions like

  • COPD. IHD & CCF. Rheumatoid arthritis, Osteoarthritis, Osteoporosis.Diabetes mellitus
  • Palliative care, prevention& management of bed sores

4. Physiotherapy in surgical conditions

  • Post burn physiotherapy
  • Pre and postsurgical physiotherapy

5. Sports physiotherapy

  • prevention of sports injuries,
  • management of acute sports injury
  • advanced rehabilitation of the injured athlete.

6. Physiotherapy in various Neurological conditions

  • Congenital childhood disorders like Cerebral palsy, Hydrocephalus, Spina Bifida.
  • Cerebrovascular Accident like stroke
  • Treatment and maintenance of Parkinson’s disease
  • Poliomyelitis, myopathies,
  • Nerve disorders – entrapment and peripheral neuropathies
  • Nerve injuries

Ergonomics can be defined simply as the study of work. More specifically, ergonomics is the science of designing the job to fit the worker, rather than physically forcing the worker’s body to fit the job. Adapting tasks, work stations, tools, and equipment to fit the worker can help reduce physical stress on a worker’s body and eliminate many potentially serious, disabling workrelated musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs). Ergonomics draws on a number of scientific disciplines, including physiology, biomechanics, psychology, anthropometry, industrial hygiene, and kinesiology.