Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

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Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Conditions we treat with  Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

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Applications We Are Doing

• Ultrasound

• Short-wave diathermy

• Analgesic (pain relieving) currents (TENS, interferential current, vacuum interference, diadynamic current)

• Laser

• Infrared

• Hotpack,

• Coldpack,

• Paraffin bath (separately for hands and feet)

• Whirlpool (separately for hands and feet)

• Four-cell galvanic bath

• Cervical traction (neck traction),

• Lumbar traction

• ESWT (shock wave therapy for musculoskeletal diseases such as calcaneal spur, plantar fasciitis, tennis elbow and trigger points)

• Electric stimulation

• Iontophoresis

• Upper limb (arm) ergometry, • Treadmill, • Bicycle ergometry (bicycle exercise),

• Shoulder wheel, • Finger ladder

• Theratube and therabands

• Occupational therapy

• Weights (dumbbell set and sand bags),

• Balance board

 Conditions We Treat

* Low back pain and neck pain

* Sciaticalgia

* Cervical and lumbar spondyloarthrosis

* Knee, hip and hand osteoarthritis

*Herniated cervical and lumbar discs

*Scoliosis (abnormal curvature of the spine)

*Myofascial pain syndrome (pain secondary to muscle spasm)

*Fibromyalgia syndrome (soft tissue rheumatism)

*Adhesive capsulitis (frozen shoulder)

*Shoulder girdle tears

*Tennis elbow and golfer’s elbow

*Knee ligament injury and tears, meniscus tears

• Patellofemoral pain syndrome (chondromalacia patella– anterior knee pain),

*Ankle ligament injury

*Posture disorders

*Rehabilitation after orthopedic surgery (arthroscopy, replacement, fracture and tendon repair etc.)

*Poliomyelitis (infantile paralysis)

*Ankylosing spondylitis and rheumatoid artrhritis (subacute and chronic)

*Sports injuries

* Occupational injuries

*Hand-wrist disorders

*Rehabilitation after hand surgery

*Tendinitis, bursitis and injuries secondary to microtraumas

*Rehabilitation for Myopathy

*Rehabilitation for polyneuropathy

*Peripheral nerve injuries

*Carpal tunnel syndrome, tarsal tunnel syndrome, thoracic outlet syndrome and ulnar neuropathy

*Facial paralysis,

*Rehabilitation of stroke

*Rehabilitation of traumatic brain injury

*Rehabilitation after brain tumor surgery

*Parkinson’s Disease

*Torticollis

*Cerebral Palsy

*Rehabilitation for respiratory system diseases (pulmonary rehabilitation).

*Medical pilates practices in healthy individuals and patients with myofascial pain syndrome

*Pregnancy rehabilitation-pregnancy yoga

Therapeutic Local Injections

-Trigger point injection

*Injections for tendinitis and bursitis

*Neural compression injections (carpal tunnel syndrome etc.)

*Intraarticular injections

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