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UrologyProcedures UrologyProcedures Follow by Email Sunday, October 26, 2014 List of Physical Therapies Specialization Posted by Sumit Roy Posted on 10:43 PM 1 comment The American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties list eight specialist certifications. Cardiovascular & pulmonary Cardiovascular and pulmonary rehabilitation respiratory practitioners and physical therapists treat a wide variety of cardiopulmonary disorders or pre and post cardiac or pulmonary surgery. An example of cardiac surgery is cabg . Primary goals of this specialty include increasing endurance and functional independence. Manual therapy is used in this field to assist in clearing lung secretions experienced with cystic fibrosis. Disorders, including heart attacks, post coronary bypass surgery, Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and pulmonary fibrosis, treatments can benefit[citation needed] from cardiovascular and pulmonary specialized physical therapists Clinical electrophysiology This specialty area encompasses electrotherapy/physical agents, electrophysiological evaluation (EMG/NCV), physical agents, and wound management. Geriatric Geriatric physical therapy covers a wide area of issues concerning people as they go through normal adult aging but is usually focused on the older adult. There are many conditions that affect many people as they grow older and include but are not limited to the following: arthritis, osteoporosis, cancer, Alzheimer's disease, hip and joint replacement, balance disorders, incontinence, etc. Geriatric physical therapists specialize in treating conditions in older adults. Integumentary (treatment of conditions involving the skin and all its related organs). Common conditions managed include wounds and burns. Physical therapists may utilize surgical instruments, mechanical lavage, dressings and topical agents to debride necrotic tissue and promote tissue healing. Other commonly used interventions include exercise, edema control, splinting, and compression garments. Neurological l physical therapy is a field focused on working with individuals who have a neurological disorder or disease. These can include stroke, chronic back pain, Alzheimer's disease, Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease (CMT), ALS, brain injury, cerebral palsy,l.g.b.syndrome, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, facial palsy and spinal cord injury. Common impairments associated with neurologic conditions include impairments of vision, balance, ambulation, activities of daily living, movement, muscle strength and loss of functional independence Read More Medwell Owned " Nightingales Home Care Starts its Physical therapy Clinic at Bangalore Posted by Sumit Roy Posted on 9:15 AM 3 comments Medwell Ventures promoteNightingales Home Health Services has now opened a physical therapy clinic at its third hub located in Bengaluru. The 2000 sq ft. facility is equipped with decompression systems for spinal problems, advanced lasers for pain management, unweighing systems to restore mobility for stroke patients and will cater to all patients from pediatrics to geriatrics. It will also focus on orthopedic and sports injury management, neurological rehab, spine related ailments and pediatric rehab. The center has highly qualified physiotherapists who have been internationally trained in various techniques like manipulative therapy, neurodevelopmental therapy etc. and can handle 50-75 patients a day. According to Lalit Pai, co-founder and chief executive officer, Nightingales Home Health Services, the facility will be an extension of Nightingales's speciality-led Home care services for modalities that need more extensive therapy and technology that cannot be offered at patient's home. "We are focussed on providing a comprehensive solution to our Home Care patients in specific therapeutic areas and this physical therapy clinic is another extended effort in that direction". " With changing times and new lifestyle needs, it is not enough to offer patients conventional healthcare solutions. Over the years, there has been a growing need for high quality personalised services and specialised medical care", he added. Physical Therapy plays a critical role in all specialties to give patients the optimal benefit in their chronic disease management protocol. We have made substantial investments in the onsite physical therapy clinic to provide our home health patients with 360 degree coverage. The escalating incidences of chronic diseases has heightened the need for continuous specialised care in many cases, making home based health care services an indispensable aspect of disease management, said Vishal Bali, Co-founder and chairman, Medwell Ventures Nightingales currently employs 400 people comprising specialist nurses, health aides, therapists, paramedics and patient support staff. "Medwell's acquisition of Nightingales has enabled the company to retain its heritage of compassionate care and professional integrity, while gaining the tools and resources to meet the needs of tomorrow. Monitoring patients at home particularly for chronic diseases has become crucial and often patients lack this specialised care at home. We currently provide 80,000 medical services annually and have more than 6000 families subscribing to our annual care plans". Medwell plans to expand the services of Nightingales with a Speciality Home Healthcare focus on Wellness, Pulmonology, Stroke Recovery, Wound Care, Dementia Care, Dental Services and now, stand alone Physical Therapy clinic. The company expects to establish a network across 10 metro clusters in the country said Dr. Ferzaan Engineer Co-founder and Co-Chairman, Medwell Ventures Read More Wednesday, July 23, 2014 Nightingales under Medwell Ventures Ties up with Philips Healthcare to provide specialized home respiratory services Posted by Sumit Roy Posted on 2:31 AM 4 comments In a move that signifies the transformation of Indian healthcare delivery and the growing importance of speciality home care, a global medical technology major and a speciality home care company are partnering to provide speciality respiratory care to patients at home . Bangalore based speciality home care company Nightingales under Medwell Ventures has entered into a first of its kind partnership with global medical technology leader Philips Healthcare to provide specialized home respiratory care services to patients. These services will be made available in Bangalore with immediate effect and will be expanded to other metros as Nightingales expands its India footprint. Respiratory disorders are growing at an alarming rate in India and more than 100 million Indians suffer from some level of respiratory diseases. It is also estimated that 5-15% of Indian population in the metros suffer from respiratory disorders. Amongst the many respiratory disorders COPD or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder is a major cause of morbidity and mortality across the globe, according to WHO more than 65mn people across the globe have moderate to severe COPD and it is one of the main causes of recurrent hospitalization with a 25% readmission rate putting tremendous cost burden on the patients on an ongoing basis In India there are an estimated 30mn patients with COPD and its increase is being contributed to factors like under-diagnosis, poor continuity of treatment and inappropriate care at home. Globally one of the key actions that has been used for COPD management is home ventilation In India therefore there is a need to start constant specialized care and monitoring at home with Home ventilation and Home oxygen therapy. Often patients lack this specialized care at home, thereby aggravating the disease. If home-based professional medical care facility is provided to such patients then majority of critical complications can be averted. “The escalating incidences of respiratory disorders and the need for continuous specialized care in many cases, makes home based respiratory- care services an indispensable aspect of disease management. The services offered by Nightingales and Philips will enormously help the patients and their families, significantly improving patient’s treatment outcomes and reducing recurrent hospitalizations in several cases,” says leading pulmonologist, Dr.K.S. Satish. Effective home management of respiratory disorders starts with a customized care protocol and plan for the patient, carefully prepared by the treating doctor. The main components of the care plan include pulmonary medications, oxygen therapy, and non-invasive ventilator support, pulmonary rehabilitation, breathing exercises, muscle enhancement /strengthening and secretion clearance techniques. Nightingales will provide all these services to its patients at home with the assistance of its proficient team of nurses and rehabilitation specialists. Under the new partnership, Nightingales will take its speciality home services for respiratory distress patients to an advanced level by making respiratory gadgets likenon-invasive ventilator (NIV) and oxygen concentrator from Philips, available to the patients at their homes. Moreover, respiratory therapists and speciality nurses in pulmonology will be trained by Philips as per world class protocols to work in sync and provide the most advanced and effective treatment support to the patient. The patient will also be registered at Philips Call Centre where all the data of the patient will be stored. It will support patient education, promoting healthy behaviors and self-care, leading to improved clinical outcomes. The Call Centre will also assign a nurse and respiratory therapist to each patient for regular visits and monitoring. Any concern raised to the Call Centre by the patient shall be immediately resolved by the medical team. Regular home visits by the medical personnel and follow-ups from the treating doctors will also be ensured. Only in case of very acute episodes; the patient will require hospital admission. This will ensure a more cost effective and personalized approach to treat respiratory disorders by reduction in no: of days of hospitalization. Speaking about this unique tie-up where the best respiratory technologies from Philips will enhance Nightingales home respiratory care services, Mr. Lalit Pai, CEO, Nightingales says, “This association marks a giant stride forward in home-based respiratory healthcare services offered in India. This partnership reflects Nightingales focus of home based chronic disease management and providing patients a new avenue of care. Philips has a dedicated home care respiratory technology which will back the care protocols and together we will strive to provide a new level of respiratory care at home.” Read More Seniors and Elderly Care Facing Shortage of Quality care with decreasing home visit clinics Posted by Sumit Roy Posted on 1:53 AM 2 comments 2 Million Seniors May be Without Care :Senior Housing News: "according to an infographic created by Assisted Living Today. While 10,000 baby boomers are reaching senior status each day, and will continue to do so for nearly 20 years, according to U.S. Census data, nursing homes around the nation are closing. Both the Western and Southern regions have experienced high rates of closure, at 17% and 18%, respectively. The Northeast and Midwest each have nursing home closure rates of 14%. In 10 years, 70 million Americans will be aged 65 or older, and at the current rate of population growth and closure, only 40% of the senior population will have an opportunity to live in a nursing home, says Assisted Living Read More Tuesday, April 29, 2014 First in India "Specialty Home Healthcare Service Launched in India Posted by Sumit Roy Posted on 6:49 AM 6 comments Read More Older Posts Home Subscribe to: Posts (Atom) AddThis Translate Pages Home Nightingales : The Home Health Specialists Popular Posts 10 Most Common Urological Problems For Men T he Most Common Urological Conditions that Men of all ages Face : Urology Problems That Affect Me n : ( infographic courtesy : ... Most Common Cancers " Men vs Women Image source on Cancer Infographic via Source: executivehm Report to the Nation shows cancer death rates dropping - National Cance... 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