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About Sun Physiotherapy

About Sun Physiotherapy

I am C.Jeyachandran, senior consultant of physiotherapy and founder of the sun physiotherapy clinic. I have 15+ years of experience in the field of physiotherapy and at the same time I have learned many things from the people who were suffering from injury. So I have decided to give positive thoughts and increase the patients confident level and these both things will give more energy to the patients for their cooperation and recover very soon. We started sun physiotherapy clinic in the year of 2012 at Vandiyur. We have shown a tremendous growth by opening 9 other clinics in Madurai. We are running the clinics successfully for the past 5 years by providing quality service with practitioner staffs. We have 20+ experienced physiotherapists in our clinics who render dedicated service to the people.

Types of physiotherapy treatments

  • The types of physiotherapy treatments vary and depends on your particular muscular or skeletal condition. Often, physiotherapy treatments are specifically made for one person and may not be the same for another with the same condition. Treatments are "tailor-made" for your particular problems and goals.
  • Neurodevelopmental Treatment

    Neurodevelopmental treatment (NDT) is a hands-on treatment approach used by physical therapists, occupational therapists, and speech-language pathologists. NDT was developed to enhance the function of adults and children who have difficulty controlling movement as a result of neurological challenges, such as cerebral palsy, stroke, and head injury. This therapy uses guided or facilitated movements as a treatment strategy to ensure correlation of input from tactile, vestibular, and somatosensory receptors within the body.

  • Neurological rehabilitation

    Neurological rehabilitation is doctor supervised programme designed for people with disease , trauma or disorder of the nervous system. Neurological rehabilitation can often improve function, reduce symptoms, and improve the well being of patients.

    A Neurological rehabilitation therapist is a physiotherapist who specialized in the evaluation and treatment of individuals with movement problem due to disease or injury to the nervous system.

    Physiotherapist can help improve or restore the mobility you need to move forward with your life.

    we treat conditions like:

    • Stroke
    • Multiple sclerosis
    • Parkinson's disease
    • Traumatic brain injury
    • Spinal cord injury
    • Chronic regional pain syndrome
    • Dystonia
    • Motor neuron disease
    • Gullian barre syndrome
    • Muscular dystrophy
    • Cerebral palsy
    • Multi system atrophy
    • Bell's palsy
    • Cerebral ataxia
  • Post Opertation

    The success of your operation depends on your doctor and your physiotherapist after your surgery.

    In hospital post operation, you may be provided with simple physical therapy exercises to minimise complications such as chest infection or DVT’s. You may even be prescribed some early strengthening or stretching exercises. Once you are discharged, you must start physiotherapy rehabilitation to optimise your performance back to sports, work or functional activities.

    Common Orthopedics Surgeries Requiring Post-Operative Physiotherapy Care

    • Shoulder: Shoulder Reconstruction, Shoulder Stabilisation, Rotator Cuff Repair, Acromioplasty, Manipulation, Capsulotomy, Fracture
    • Elbow: Tennis Elbow Release, Golfers Elbow Release, Fracture
    • Wrist & Hand: Carpal Tunnel Release, Fracture, Tendon Repairs
    • Hip: Hip Replacements/Resurfacing, Hip labral repairs, Hip Arthroscope, Fracture
    • Knee: Knee Replacements, ACL and Ligament Reconstruction, Arthroscope, Meniscal Repairs, Chondroplasty, Lateral Release, Knee Replacement, Fracture
    • Calf: Achilles Tendon Repairs, Fasciotomy
    • Ankle & Foot: Ankle Reconstruction, Ligament Repairs, Arthroscope, Fracture, Spur Removal, Bunionectomy
    • Spine (Neck & Back): Discectomy, Micro-discectomy, Laminectomy, Spinal Fusion/Stabilisation
    • Other General Surgeries: Cardiothoracic, breast cancer, vascular surgery, neurosurgery

    Importance of Post Operation Physiotherapy Care

    After Post-orthopaedic surgery, you can start pain relief treatments and exercise progression to fully regain your strength, flexibility and function. The quickest, safest and easiest way to return to your day to day activities is by consulting a physiotherapist experienced in post-operation rehabilitation.

    At PhysioClinic, we’ll happily assist you in your post-operation care. We are familiar with the treatment protocols prescribed by most Orthopapedic Surgeons in Singapore. We be happy to liase with your surgeon to determine any specific requirements based on your individual surgery.

    Our Physiotherapists will work with you to develop a tailor made rehabilitation program to ensure you make the best possible recovery in the quickest time. Whatever your needs, we’ll get you back to your work, sport or day to day activites as soon as possible.

  • Cold Therapy or Cryotherapy

    Cold therapy is effective in minimizing pain and swelling, especially in acute (immediate) injuries. It may also be used just after deep kneading massage (DKM). Examples of cold therapy are ice pack application and ice massage.
  • Heat Therapy

    Applying heat can help improve your blood flow especially at the site of injury, thus, speeding up healing. In addition, it can help soften tight tissues and relieves pain. There are several heating modalities and devices available including
    • Hot packs
    • Paraffin wax bath
    • Infrared heat
    • Ultrasound (US)
    • Diathermy
  • Electrical Stimulation

    Electrical stimulation is used to prevent muscle atrophy (wasting) in people with paralysis and assist in gaining some degree of muscle strength, such as after a knee surgery. In electrical stimulation, electrodes are placed on the surface of the skin, which can cause muscles to shorten.
  • TENS

    TENS, or transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, is a type of electrical stimulation. It is a small battery-powered device that sends low current through the electrodes place on the skin surface. A TENS device does not cause the muscles to contract, but rather helps temporarily relieve pain.
  • Range of Motion (ROM) Exercises

    Range of motion exercises are often prescribed to increase or maintain flexibility of your joints and to reduce stiffness. There several types of range of motion exercises often prescribed including the following

    • Passive Range of Motion (PROM) Exercises
    • Active Assistive Range of Motion(AAROM) Exercises
    • Active Range of Motion (AROM) Exercices
  • Strengthening Exercises

    Certain conditions can make your muscles to become weak. Strengthening exercises is an important part of physiotherapy rehabilitation to prepare you for your return to your original performance level or highest possible function.

  • Soft Tissue Mobilization

    Soft tissue mobilization or therapeutic massage may be a part of your physiotherapy treatment to relax your tight muscles, relieve pain and reduce swelling.

    The following are other physiotherapy treatments. More information will be provided in future topics.

    • Joint Mobilization
    • Gait (Walking) Training / Assistive Device Training
    • Postural Training
    • Ergonomic training
    • Balance Exercises
    • Traction
    • Taping
    • Bandaging
    • Fitting of Orthosis

    Another important aspect of physiotherapy rehabilitation is patient / family education. You will learn so much from your physiotherapist about your particular condition, what you can do at home to manage your symptoms, precautions to observe, and repeat injury prevention.

  • Laser Therapy

    Laser Treatments are becoming increasingly popular for patients seeking alternative pain management techniques. Laser Therapy can:

    • Reduced therapy time – quicken the reproduction of cells and their growth.
    • Safely treat pain – influences and increases the metabolic activity of the cells.
    • Effective for pain relief – reduces swelling from bruising or inflammation.
    • Helps to increase circulation to damaged cell sites.
    • Minimizes scar formation from surgery, cuts, burns, etc.
  • Lymphatic Therapy

    Lymphatic system is the body first line of defense in fighting with pain, inflammation, body infection, detoxifying, and moving metabolic waste and toxin out of the body. When the lymph nodes becomes blocked, fluid builds up and accumulate causing whole lymphatic system to become toxic, making us feel lethargic low energy level and more susceptible to sickness.

    By stimulating this system through massage, it works more efficiently, which in turn boosts the immune system, clears blockages, eliminates toxins, transports nutrients to cells and increases the metabolism.

    Our lymphatic Therapy is a highly effective with either 2 methods, depending on individual condition:

    • Infra-pneumatic therapy: Using new technology equipment that combines air pressure massage with far infrared heat therapy to stimulate the body and accelerate the drainage of pain substances and toxins from the lymphatic tissue. Repetitive inflation and deflation of the air pressure device allows for accelerating circulation of the blood and secretion of tissue fluids.
    • Lymphatic Drainage Therapy (Also known as manual lymph massage or lymph massage) is a type of slow, gentle massage that helps to drain excessive unwanted fluid to promote a healthy immune system. As lymph massage is a very light pressure massage, unlike deep friction tissue release or traditional spa types, there is minimal risk of injuring tissues when done by our professional therapist.

    Lymphatic Drainage is highly recommended for:

    • Treatment of venous and lymphedema (tissue swelling, fluid accumulation)
    • Poor immune system: prone to sore throat, colds, flu, infection, illness
    • Physically inactive
    • Chronic fatigue or general tiredness
    • Poor circulation
    • Pregnancy
    • Stress
    • Cancer, especially breast cancer.

    Lymphatic Therapy Benefits:

    • Improves circulation
    • Improving the appearance of the skin and reducing puffiness caused by water retention problem
    • Reduces pain and swelling, edema of legs
    • Detox and cleansing
    • Effective in the regeneration of tissues- scars, wrinkles, post operation incision sites, stretch marks, and the fracture repair process
    • Speed up recovery after surgery
    • Lymphatic Drainage
    • Reduces Varicose Veins
    • Accelerates weight loss and burns fats
    • Relax nervous system
    • Greatly improves quality of sleep; Insomnia treatment
    • Increase sports recovery and energy level
  • Geriatric physiotherapy

    Covers a wide area of problems concerning the elderly. There are many conditions that affect people as they grow old. which includes:

    • Arthritis
    • Osteoporosis
    • Hip replacement
    • Knee replacement
    • Balance disorder
    • Incontinence
    • Alzheimer's disease
    • Cancer

    Physiotherapist plays important role in enabling older people to use a number of body system to enhance mobility and independence.

    Sadly in some situation neither improvement nor even maintenance of functional mobility can be achieved. In those cases physiotherapist can make a difference by helping older people to be comfortable and pain free.

    Physiotherapist have worked to understand the problem of aging.

    One category is the problem that a patient simply does not use their limbs or doesn't exercise and this problem can be addressed by the conditioning through range of motion and other exercises.

    Another category geriatric physiotherapy deals with his cardio vascular disease, like heart disease and stroke and can be addressed by the exercise , aqua therapy, electrical stimulation, and many more can be used.

    The third category is skeletal problem such as osteoporosis and osteoarthritis. These problem requires special attention as osteoporosis makes patient frailer, and osteoarthritis is very painful.

    Geriatric physiotherapist is responsible for preventing many falls because they work with balance and gait. geriatric physiotherapy is a proven means for older adults to improve mobility and balance , built strength , boost confidence in their physical abilities, and remain active over years.

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18 Nov

Free Camp at Uthangudi clinic

We are conducting free camp on the date of 18Nov and 19Nov at uthangudi branch

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10 Nov

New branch at Uthangudi

We proudly announce the opening of our new Sun Physiotherapy clinic branch at Uthangudi

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Weight reduction program

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