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Spine Rehabilitation

Spine Rehabilitation

Almost every individual experiences some degree of back pain in their life. Back injuries and pain, much more common in today’s sedentary lifestyles than in past generations, can be completely debilitating and require professional treatment. The spine rehabilitation process begins with a comprehensive evaluation of the spinal injury to identify the underlying cause of the pain. Surprisingly, the back pain is often the result of problems elsewhere in the body. After determining the cause of the injury the therapist can then specify its effect on the patient’s functionality.

Spine Rehabilitation is designed for patients with Low back pain, Sciatica, Bulging disc, Herniated disc, Spinal surgery/fusions, Spinal stenosis and more… There are several ways that a physical therapist typically will work with a patient to help him or her get back into good physical condition and heal from the injury and back surgery.

Different type of Spinal Cord Injury

Cervical Spinal Cord Injuries: This segment comprises of spinal injuries sustained to the head and neck region above the shoulder.

Thoracic Spinal Cord Injuries: Injuries to the spinal in and around the upper chest, mid-back and abdominal muscles come under this category.

Lumbar Spinal Cord Injuries:Spinal injuries to the lower back are collectively studied under this segment.

Sacral Spinal Cord Injuries: Injuries sustained below the lumbar region of the vertebral column come under sacral spinal cord injuries. The hips, back of thighs, buttocks and the pelvis region are mostly affected through this injury.

Quadriplegia: It’s a kind of paralysis caused arising from an injury to the spinal cord that leads to loss of motor and sensory function in upper and lower limbs.

Paraplegia: It’s a special case of quadriplegia that affects the lower limbs only.


Treatment: The Acute Care Phase

In the event of a spinal cord injury, the patient must be rushed to the hospital at the earliest where critical care investigators can work to stabilize his/her breathing, immobilize the neck to prevent further damage to the spinal cord. The patient is also observed for his cardiovascular function, overall volume of excretion and possible blood clots sustained to the extremities during the trauma. IV venous medications may also be started to ease the discomfort.

Depending on the imaging reports, the patient may be scheduled for surgery in case of a spinal fracture, or prescribed medication and rehabilitation therapy to reinstate regular mobility.


Role of Rehabilitation in Spinal Injuries

Every spinal injury is different, and so is their process of recovery. Depending upon the patient’s clinical history after discharge from the hospital, their psychological stability and the willingness to re-learn basic motor skills, a customised rehabilitation plan is laid out in consultation with the doctors and therapists.

At Udaan Physio, Patna, We use the following rehabilitative approaches to nurse our patients back to their old selves. Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Wheelchair Training, Robotics Rehabilitation, Counselling Therapy, Bladder and Bowl Training

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