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Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation

Right from advanced diagnoses to complex treatments, our experts’ work is based on ethics, quality care and professional learning, backed by the latest technology.

Building Your Health For Life

Manned by highly skilled and experienced doctors, The Physiotherapy team is focused on providing pre-operative and post-operative physiotherapeutic intervention to out-patient and in-patients. Regency Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Centre has a comprehensively equipped fitness centre available for exercise and rehabilitation.

Post-surgical Rehabilitation

Following discharge from the hospital, post-surgery physical therapy plays a crucial role in postoperative rehabilitation, as it ensures faster and complete recovery and effective return to prior level of physical functioning. Compressive Therapy Unit (DVT & Lower & Upper Limb Oedema), Ultrasound Therapy and EMS (Electric Muscle Stimulator) are employed to treat post-surgical movement.


Re-conditioning Exercises

Treatment modalities like Heat Therapy, T.E.N.S, and IFT are available to treat prolonged inactivity or hospitalization.


Neuro Physiotherapy

Regency Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Centre has specialized services such as EMS (Electric Muscle Stimulator), Electrotherapy and Short Wave Diathermy for Stroke, Parkinson’s Disease, Spinal Cord injuries etc.



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Frequently asked questions

Heart diseases are believed to claim lives of more than 40% of those who die each year. For which, we have already answered the questions, you might ask.


  • What is cardiovascular disease, and what are its risk factors?
  • What can I do to prevent heart disease?
  • When should I see a doctor to know my risk?
  • If a family member has heart disease, what are some of the things I can do to protect myself?
  • Are there other treatments available for the clogged arteries besides Bypass Surgery?
  • Which exercises are considered best to help prevent heart disease?
What is cardiovascular disease, and what are its risk factors?

The term cardiovascular disease covers both heart and blood vessel disorders. To prevent these diseases, you must understand the risk factors and act upon managing them.

These include:

  • Tobacco use
  • High BP and cholesterol
  • Diabetes
  • Obesity
  • Lack of physical activity
What can I do to prevent heart disease?

It is crucial to practice a healthy lifestyle with a nutritious diet and adequate sleep. Quit tobacco on your own or with the support of a physician. Get screened periodically for cardiovascular risk factors, such as diabetes and hypertension. Along with that, cut cholesterol- trim the oil and fat from your diet, and maintain a healthy weight. Prevention at an initial stage is far better than waiting for the warning signs of heart disease that happen after damage already has been done.

When should I see a doctor to know my risk?

No matter what your age, you should consult a cardiologist if you are concerned about heart disease or have a family history. Discuss with your doctor about any family history of high cholesterol,enlarged heart or congestive heart failure. Keep in mind, the earliest symptoms of heart disease may not be chest pain. They may be fatigue or shortness of breath.

If a family member has heart disease, what are some of the things I can do to protect myself?

Your doctor should evaluate your family history and lifestyle. Following that, you will receive a guideline for improving your diet and making exercise a regular part of your life. If your cholesterol levels are high, your physician may recommend medications to help lower cholesterol and decrease your risk of a first heart attack. In addition, some people may benefit from an instant CT scan, which is  helpful in assessing people at higher risk who require a more aggressive approach to prevention.

Are there other treatments available for the clogged arteries besides Bypass Surgery?

Yes, there are newer treatments that have been introduced. Clogged arteries occur when the calcium deposits, fats, salt and fibre accumulates within the walls of the artery. The clogged arteries put a person at risk of heart attack. The other treatments available besides Bypass Surgery are Angioplasty and Stent.

Which exercises are considered best to help prevent heart disease?

Cardio and Aerobic activities such as swimming, brisk walking, running or biking, strengthens the heart.



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