Dr. (Prof.) Shankar Acharya

M.B.B.S., M.S. (Ortho), DNB (Ortho), FRCS (Edinburgh), FRCS (Glasg.), M.Ch(Ortho) Liverpool. , FRCS (Ortho) U.K,
Senior Consultant : Endoscopic, Microscopic
and Minimal Invasive Ortho & Spine Surgeon
Scoliosis and Severe Deformity Correction Surgery Specialist

 

Physiotherapy is a type of therapy that can help ill, injured or disabled people recover movement and function to their full potential. Physiotherapy takes a holistic approach that involves the patient directly in their own care.

Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy is a clinical health science and profession that aims to rehabilitate and improve people with movement disorders by using evidence-based, natural methods such as exercise, motivation, adapted equipment, education and advocacy.
Physiotherapists study medical science subjects such as anatomy, neuroscience and physiology to develop skills and attitudes necessary for health education and prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of patients with physical disorders and disabilities. The physiotherapist works in health care systems in both hospitals and the community

Physiotherapists, who are known as physical therapists in India, work all around the world. They are the experts in the examination and treatment of musculoskeletal, neuromuscular and cardiothoracic problems that affect peoples’ abilities to move the way they want and function as well as they want in their daily lives.

”Physiotherapy

CERVICAL COLUMN EXERCISE

Objective:- To mobilise the cervical segment and to correct its defective condition and do relax the muscles of the nape and muscles of the shoulders girdle.
To be done: in front of a Mirror.

LUMBAR COLUMN EXERCISE

Objective:- To mobilise the Lumbar spinal column and the coccyco-vertebral articulation. To strengthen the extensor muscles of the spinal column, as well as to strengthen the abdominal and gluteal muscles to correct the lumbar posture.
To be done: Preferably on a hard surface.

ANKLES & TOES EXERCISE

Objective:- To mobilise the joints of the ankles and the joints of the toes of the feet, and to strengthen the muscles of the legs and the feet.

ELBOW JOINT EXERCISE

Objective:- To mobilise the Elbow(flexing, extending, bending forwards as well as bending backwards). To strengthen the bending & extending muscles of the arm.

THE KNEE JOINT EXERCISE

Objective:- To mobilise the knee, to strengthen the quadriceps and to strengthen the ischiocrural muscles.

THE SHOULDER JOINT EXERCISE

Objective:- To mobilise the shoulder (front raising, bending backwards raising sidewards, rotating it inwards and outwards). To extend the muscles which from the front and rear walls of the armpits.

WRIST AND FINGERS EXERCISE

Objective:- To mobilise the wrist & the fingers, to stretch and to strengthen the musculature of the forearm.

1)ANKLES AND TOES

2)CERVICAL SPINE EXERCISE CHART ENGLISH

3)ELBOW JOINT

4)HIP JOINT EXERCISE CHART

5)KNEE JOINT EXERCISE CHART ENGLISH

9) LUMBAR SPINE

 

6)Low back pain excercise chart English

7)WRIST AND FINGERS

8)SHOULDER JOINT EXERCISE CHART