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Physiotherapy can help you out from Paralysis


<p>In this post, we are going to discuss what is paralysis and how Physiotherapy treatment sessions can cure paralysis. </p>
                                <p>A customised exercise plan can help bring back some movement in the limbs. Physiotherapy and occupational therapy can also help the patient to strengthen the muscles and also stay more and more active. With persistence, the patient can get back enough movement to enable the patient to even return to work if required.</p>
                                <h3>Paralysis Overview</h3>
                                <p>Paralysis is a condition in which you are unable to move all or part of your body because of illness or injury. Paralysis can be complete or partial. Paralysis affects one side of the body, known as hemiplegia, or both sides of the body, known as diplegia.</p>

                                <p>Paralysis can be caused due to various reasons, and the most common reasons are any form of injury to the spinal cord or head, stroke, and multiple sclerosis. While this can be a difficult thing to live with, there are various aids and methods that can bring some improvement in the condition.</p>
                                <h3>Can Physical therapy Help Treat Paralysis?</h3>
                                <p>You can feel helpless and frustrated, and this can lead to depression. There are many ways by which physiotherapy can help you... The therapies are made in such a way that you can try to lead a normal life without any obstruction, and this depends on the nature of the paralysis you are undergoing. But it is necessary that physiotherapy should begin at the earliest possible time. It will help in improving blood circulation and relaxing the muscles in the paralytic patient.</p>

                                <p>Daily physiotherapy can help restore movement and sensation in the affected limbs to a great extent. It also helps maintain and build strength in the affected muscles. While the limbs are recovering, physiotherapy helps in retraining the nerves and muscles.</p>
                                <p>You can undergo the physiotherapy exercises for life as they can be positive even after the condition subsidies. If you wish to discuss any specific problem, you can consult a Physiotherapist.tent. It also helps maintain and build strength in the affected muscles. While the limbs are recovering, physiotherapy helps in retraining the nerves and muscles.</p>
                                <h3>What Are The Causes Of Paralysis?</h3>
                                <p>Paralysis is a disruption caused due to the inability of receiving signals from your brain to your affected body parts. Brain damage like cerebral palsy, a brain injury or a stroke can cause paralysis. Spinal cord damage like Spinal Bifida, Transverse Myelitis, broken back or neck can also cause paralysis.</p>
                                <p>The main causes of paralysis are:</p>
                                    <li>Post-polio syndrome</li>
                                    <li>Traumatic brain injury</li>
                                    <li>Birth defects</li>
                                    <li>Spinal cord injury</li>
                                    <li>Multiple sclerosis</li>
                                    <li>Cerebral palsy</li>
                                <h3>Use of Physiotherapy in Paralysis</h3>
                                <p>The physiotherapy treatment for paralysis depends upon the cause and severity of the symptoms. The severity of the disease is found by subjective and objective neurological assessment.</p>
                                <p>This assessment will help us to discuss your goals and expectations of physiotherapy treatment.</p>
                                <p>At <b>Sai Health Care Wellness Centre</b> we provide the best in class paralysis physiotherapy session. The main benefits of these physiotherapy sessions include maintaining the range of movement and muscle length. Physiotherapy also improves core stability, which includes improvement of sitting and standing balance and improvement in co-ordination and sensation of the muscles. With two-three sessions, the patient will feel the Improvement in his/her walking pattern and stamina. It also Stabilises the movement of the body parts.</p>
                                <p>At <b>Sai Health Care Wellness Centre</b> we conduct different sessions in order to recover the patient completely from paralysis. Each session can last for at least 30-40 minutes. The exercises will be simple ones, and these sessions will play a crucial role in improving mobility.</p>
                                <p>If your near and dear one are facing any issue in Paralysis then please feel free to talk about the issue.</p>
                                <p>For professional physiotherapy services at home, please call on +91 93862 62526</p>
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