PHYSIOTHERAPY AT HOME?
ShebaLagbe provides certified physiotherapist in the comfort of your home. Our physiotherapists help you or your loved one heal fast and regain mobility as early as possible. They will visit your home to assess your need; suggest you the physio required and with your consent define the visit plan. Our packages have been designed keeping in mind end-user affordability and degree of customization.
When you need physiotherapy?
When you or your loved one is recovering from back pain, knee/hip surgical procedure, fracture, shoulder pain, Parkinson disease, paralysis, stroke or any other related problems.
You injured while playing
If you are a sports person/athlete, you understand the importance of taking care of fitness especially when you are injured. You need advice from expert physiotherapist to recover fast and effectively to getting back to the state you were before your injury.
You live with chronic pain
If a pain continues longer than 3-6 months, it is usually described by pain specialists as “chronic” pain. If your pain persists more than a few days following an injury and affects your ability to perform day-to-day actions, you need to see a physiotherapist.
During & after pregnancy
Pregnancy and post-pregnancy, your body needs consideration. Quickly changing hormone levels can relax the ligaments which bolster your back and make them stretch. The muscles of your pelvis and stomach additionally extend as your infant develops inside you. On the off chance that your joints are not all around bolstered amid this time, you can without much of a stretch harm your pelvis or back. A physiotherapist can help you with activities and exercises to protect your body as it experiences these progressions and helps you recover faster after baby delivery.
Before a surgical procedure
Pre-operative rehabilitation is an important component to anyone wanting to optimize their recovery following surgery. The goal of pre-operative rehab is to help you be as well-conditioned as possible prior to surgery to enhance your post-operative recovery. The physiotherapist will explain to the patient all the exercises that he/she needs to perform post-operatively. Patients who are undergoing cardiac and chest surgeries will be taught how to cough properly while supporting the wound site. Depending on the specific surgeries, patients will also be taught various leg and other exercises they will need to perform after the surgery.
The post-operative rehabilitation is important in achieving the best outcome from your surgery and in minimizing the risk of complications. Your post-operative rehab normally starts a day after your surgery under the guidance of a physiotherapist and continues once you are discharged home. A set of prescribed exercise program helps you to restore range of movement, decrease pain, and improve muscle strength and mobility.
Conditions, which seriously affect the patient’s mobility like cerebral paralysis, Parkinson, spinal cord injuries and stroke. Despite the fact that physiotherapy does not heal the sick or even back off the disease process, it increases personal satisfaction, helps the patient become independent and live as normal a life as possible.