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Physiotherapy is Science Of Movement At Apollo Sage Hospitals Bhopal

The Physiotherapy Department at Apollo Sage Hospitals Bhopal has specially trained practitioners who provide relief from a wide variety of illnesses or injuries that limit a person’s abilities to move and carry out functional activities in their daily lives. 
In simpler terms, these experts treat and restore and maintain the patient’s mobility and well-being through physical rehabilitation.This helps to improve muscle strength, posture and body balance and gets them back on their feet.
Why Choose Us? 
Being one of the Best Physiotherapy Clinicsin entire Central India isn’t easy and requires the hospital authorities to be abreast with the latest knowledge and equipment for the benefit of the patients.
Sometimes, those suffering from stroke, trauma, heart ailments, cancer, etc can be left with some form of physical disability. Under such circumstances, a structured multi-disciplinary approach and Physiocareby our best physiotherapists in Bhopalcan help them get back to normal life. 
Not only has this, but the physiotherapist at the physiotherapy clinic of Apollo Sage Hospitals in Bhopal also helps in preventing further injuries arising out of immobility or restricted movements.  

Our Competent Team
The Department of Physiotherapy at the Apollo Sage Hospitals in Bhopal carries out a complete and detailed assessment of the line of physiotherapy treatment to be adopted for individual patients. They take a look at the medical history, diagnose the condition, set goals for the patient, and even prescribe a course of exercises and even assistive devices if required.  
With years of expertise, physiotherapists at Physiotherapy Clinic are also been successful in providing effective self-care and training such as techniques to get out of bed, bathing, climb stairs and so on to the patients.  And in addition to this, Physiotherapy Treatment has also successfully yielded results in reducing the risk of postoperative pulmonary complications and more.


The department has sophisticated equipment and tools to treat patients suffering from disorders such as muscul oskeletal, orthopaedics, cardiopulmonary, neurology, endocrinology, sports medicine, geriatrics, paediatrics, women’s health wound care, and so on. 
Also, the hospital has sophisticated equipment and advanced knowledge in Physiocare that helps the physio assistants engaged in taking care of the patient to give the best services and yield the best outcomes.

Disease & Conditions

  • Post-Surgery: In recent years, Physiotherapy has become an essential part of recovery protocol after surgeries and doctors may refer patients who have undergonecardiac, hip replacement, abdominal surgery, cancer prevention or similarsurgeries for physiotherapy. Physiotherapy after surgeries ensures faster and more complete recovery and an effective comeback to the previous physical state. In addition to this, physiotherapy also helps in the circulation of blood and prevents blood clots, increases body and joint movements and reduces swelling as well. 
  • Sports Physiotherapy: This includes manipulation of soft tissues to correct problems of imbalances in soft tissue which are a resultant effect of sports injuries. The physiotherapists use structured programmes depending on the type of injury to ensure a faster recovery and return to the sport. 
  • Arthritis: Physiotherapy helps in improving mobility and restoring the functioning of affected joints in patients suffering from joint pain and arthritis. The physiotherapist may use different techniques and modalities of treatment depending on the patient’s physical needs. This allows the patient to feel reassured and confident as muscle strength is slowly regained. 
  • Neck & Back Ache: These are very common issuesarising today and could be a resultant effect of several causes such as muscle strain, sitting or sleeping in an uneasy position, sudden movements, jerks, injuries and so on. However, physiotherapy for back pain and neck pain helps improve the strength and flexibility of the neck and surrounding muscles. 
  • Loss of Muscle Strength: Loss of muscle strengthcould be due to various reasons, such as ageing, lack of nutrition, lack of physical activity, certain medical conditions, hereditary reasons and so on.Regular exercise or Physiotherapy can help strengthen all muscles and joints and enhance faster mobility and restore strength.


  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI):The diagnostic machine is capable of capturing precise and detailed images of the specified body region. This Multi-Plane Imaging technique is best used to detect problems in soft tissues and helps the physiotherapist get a better vision of it and a better view of abnormalities.
  • X-Ray: This is used to diagnose patients by recording images of the internal body structure. The images help the expert assess the presence or absence of disease or structural damage to the body by using radiation beams and X-Ray particles.
  • Computed Tomography (CT Scan): The imaging technique takes multiple X-Rays fromdifferent angles to create images. The technology can be used to take cross-sectional images of both the bony structures as well as the soft tissues. 
  • Bone Scan: This imaging technique is best used to detect injury which could be too small to be detected by an X-Ray or CT Scan. It requires a radioactive compound to determine healing areas within the bone after tagged blood is returned via intravenous. Soon the tagged blood is absorbed at the site of injury and the gamma radiation can be identified by experts using a gamma camera.

Treatment & Services

  • Diathermy: This deep heating technique provides heating below the skin surface of the affected area. It requires high-frequency electric current to stimulate heat generation within the body tissues of the affected area. The therapeutic treatment helps to increase blood flow, relieve pain and improve the mobility of tissues as they heal.
  • Ultrasound &Phonophoresis: This technique eases the inflammation and pain of the muscles ligaments and joints by sending ultrasound waves to the affected part and below the skin. Though it is used to treat common sprains, strains or injuries of muscles, joints, ligaments or other musculoskeletal systems, conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome, temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMJ), and tennis elbow respond well to the treatment. 
  • Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) Therapy: This non-invasive therapy requires sending a mild electrical current to the affected part to provide relief by exciting sensory nerves. TheTENS pads are placed on acupuncture points and most often the technique helps the pain to subside and subsequently, the patients reduce their pain medication intake. 
  • Range of Motion (ROM) Exercises: Thisrefers to the limit to which a joint can be moved to strengthen the muscles and increase mobility. It prevents the development of adaptive muscle shortening, contractures, ligaments and tendons and increases sensory stimulation as well with regular ROM.
  • Magnetic Therapy:This non-invasive therapy uses different magnets on the body for the effective regeneration of muscles. The magnetic stimulation induces muscle twitch which is an effective modality for skeletal muscle ailments. The therapy improves the metabolism of the body and gradually provides strength to the muscles.

Physiotherapy is useful for people of all age groups and provides relief from a wide range of health conditions, such as Bones, Joints & Soft Tissues, Brain Stroke, Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Parkinson’s Diseases, Rehabilitation After Heart Attack, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Diseases (COPD), Cystic Fibrosis and so on.
For more information on a variety of other Physiotherapy Centertechniques such as Stretches and exercises, Strengthening programmes, Hydrotherapy, Hot & Cold applications, Dry Needling & Acupuncture, Taping and more, keep reading our website.

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