Best Matrix Rhythm Therapy in India
What We Offer
At Sai Healthcare Foundation, we specialize in providing effective physiotherapy treatments for a wide range of conditions. Our experienced team of physiotherapists is dedicated to helping our patients achieve optimal health and wellness, and we have a proven track record of success in treating a variety of conditions.
Matrix Rhythm Therapy®
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Intermittent pelvic traction
Pain in the Intermittent pelvic traction is a therapeutic technique that involves the use of a traction device or weights to apply gentle, periodic tension to the pelvis. The treatment is often used to alleviate symptoms of lower back pain, sciatica, and other spinal conditions that can result from compression or irritation of the nerves in the lumbar region.and shoulder that varies in intensity, and may feel achy or like an electric shock from the neck to the arm.
Short Wave diathermy
Short Wave Diathermy (SWD) is a therapeutic technique that uses high-frequency electromagnetic waves to generate heat deep within the tissues of the body. It is commonly used in physical therapy to treat a range of musculoskeletal conditions, including arthritis, tendonitis, and muscle strains.
Low Level Laser Therapy (Advanced photo Therapy)
Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT), also known as Advanced Photo Therapy, is a non-invasive therapeutic technique that uses low-level laser or LED light to promote healing and reduce pain in various tissues of the body. The therapy has been shown to be effective in treating a range of conditions, including musculoskeletal injuries, chronic pain, and dermatological conditions.
Interferential therapy is a non-invasive therapeutic technique that uses electrical currents to treat various musculoskeletal conditions. The therapy is commonly used in physical therapy to reduce pain, inflammation, and muscle spasms. During interferential therapy, two sets of electrodes are placed on the skin near the affected area. The electrodes emit electrical currents that intersect and create a therapeutic interference pattern. The therapy can be adjusted to target specific tissues and deliver the appropriate amount of electrical stimulation.
Wax therapy, also known as paraffin therapy, is a therapeutic technique that uses warm, melted wax to treat various musculoskeletal conditions. The therapy is commonly used in physical therapy to reduce pain, stiffness, and inflammation in the hands and feet. During wax therapy, the affected body part is dipped into a container of warm, melted wax. The wax adheres to the skin, creating a warm, soothing sensation. The wax cools and hardens, forming a cast-like shell around the affected area. The wax is then removed by peeling it off or by using a special tool.
Cryotherapy – for all joints
Cryotherapy is a therapeutic technique that uses cold temperatures to reduce pain, inflammation, and swelling in various joints of the body. The therapy is commonly used in physical therapy to treat conditions such as arthritis, sprains, and strains. During cryotherapy, the affected joint is exposed to cold temperatures, usually through the application of ice or a specialized cold pack. The cold temperatures help to numb the area, reducing pain and inflammation. The therapy can be adjusted to target specific joints and deliver the appropriate amount of cold therapy.
Electrical Muscle stimulation
Electrical muscle stimulation (EMS) is a form of therapy that involves using electrical impulses to stimulate muscles. This can be done using a device that sends electrical signals through electrodes attached to the skin over the target muscle group. EMS is often used in physical therapy, sports training, and rehabilitation to help improve muscle strength, reduce pain, and speed up recovery after injury or surgery.
Manipulative therapy, also known as manual therapy, is a type of physical therapy that involves hands-on techniques to treat various musculoskeletal conditions. The therapy is used to reduce pain, improve range of motion, and promote healing. During manipulative therapy, a trained healthcare professional uses various techniques, such as joint mobilization or manipulation, soft tissue mobilization, or muscle energy techniques, to manipulate the affected area. The goal is to restore normal movement and function to the joints, muscles, and tissues.
Exercise therapy, also known as therapeutic exercise, is a type of physical therapy that involves using targeted exercises to treat various musculoskeletal conditions. The therapy is used to improve strength, flexibility, balance, and endurance. During exercise therapy, a trained healthcare professional creates a customized exercise program tailored to the patient's specific needs and condition. The exercises may include stretching, resistance training, balance training, and aerobic exercise. The program may also include education on proper body mechanics and posture.
Group therapy is a type of psychological therapy that involves a small group of people working together with a trained mental health professional to address their emotional or behavioral concerns. The therapy is conducted in a group setting and can be used to treat a wide range of mental health conditions, including depression, anxiety, addiction, and trauma. During group therapy, the group members interact with each other and the therapist to explore their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. The therapist may use various techniques, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, psychoeducation, and mindfulness, to help the group members achieve their treatment goals.
Tapping and strapping techniques
Tapping and strapping techniques are therapeutic techniques commonly used in physical therapy to support and stabilize injured or weakened joints and muscles. The techniques involve applying tape or a special adhesive bandage to the affected area in a specific pattern. Tapping techniques, also known as kinesiology taping, use a flexible tape that is designed to mimic the properties of human skin. The tape is applied in a specific pattern to provide support and stability to the affected area. The technique can be used to reduce pain, improve range of motion, and enhance muscle function.
Custom made MCP slippers
Custom made MCP slippers, also known as metatarsal arch support slippers, are a type of footwear that is designed to provide support and comfort to the feet. The slippers are customized to fit the individual's feet and provide targeted support to the metatarsal arch, which is the arch that runs along the ball of the foot. Custom made MCP slippers are often recommended for individuals with conditions such as plantar fasciitis, metatarsalgia, and Morton's neuroma. The slippers can help to reduce pain and discomfort in the feet by providing cushioning and support to the metatarsal arch.
All Orthopaedic and Rehab Supportive Products
Orthopedic and rehab supportive products are medical devices, equipment, and aids that are used to support and treat various orthopedic and rehabilitation conditions. These products can range from simple braces and supports to more complex devices such as prosthetics and orthotics. Examples of orthopedic and rehab supportive products include: Braces and supports for joints such as the knee, ankle, and wrist Compression garments to improve circulation and reduce swelling Orthotics such as shoe inserts, insoles, and arch supports to provide support and relieve pain Prosthetics such as artificial limbs for individuals who have lost a limb
Air bed – prevent bed sores
An air bed, also known as an air mattress, is a specialized bed designed to prevent bed sores or pressure ulcers in individuals who are bedridden or have limited mobility. The bed uses a system of alternating air cells that inflate and deflate in a specific pattern to provide pressure relief to different parts of the body. Bed sores are a common problem for individuals who are bedridden or have limited mobility, as the constant pressure on certain parts of the body can lead to tissue damage and infection. Air beds help to reduce the risk of bed sores by distributing pressure more evenly across the body.
All forms of supportive medical aids
Supportive medical aids are devices, equipment, or products that are designed to support or enhance a person's physical or functional abilities, improve their quality of life, and promote independence. These aids can include a wide range of products, such as mobility aids, orthopedic supports, and assistive technology. Examples of supportive medical aids include: Mobility aids, such as canes, walkers, and wheelchairs Orthopedic supports, such as braces, splints, and compression garments Assistive technology, such as hearing aids, speech-to-text software, and communication devices
House visit for all the services
House visits for all services refer to the provision of healthcare services by healthcare professionals in the comfort of a patient's home. This service can be particularly beneficial for individuals with mobility limitations or those who are unable to travel to a healthcare facility due to medical reasons. House visits for healthcare services can include a wide range of services, such as medical consultations, physical therapy sessions, occupational therapy sessions, wound care, and medication management. Healthcare professionals, such as doctors, nurses, physical therapists, and occupational therapists, can provide these services in the patient's home.
Intermittent cervical traction
Intermittent cervical traction is a therapeutic technique used to treat certain neck and spinal conditions. It involves the application of gentle, periodic tension to the cervical spine using a traction device or weights. The treatment is usually administered by a healthcare professional and is designed to alleviate symptoms such as neck pain, stiffness, and nerve impingement.
Physiotherapy Clinic in Chennai
Our organisation was started in 2008 in the name of Healing Hands Physiotherapy Clinic and now re-branded as Sai Healthcare foundation with more services attached to our clinic and Working Successfully Till Date. We also Provide services for X ray, Clinical Laboratory and ECG. We treat patients on orthopedic, neurology, sports injuries, cardiac rehabilitation, post fracture management, post cancer management, post surgical management and more. We have both walk in patients as well of referral cases from other Doctors. Walk in and references from our old patients are more, this shows the success results that we give to our patients
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