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Physiotherapy

Nimba’s Physiotherapy helps address reduced freedom of movement and function caused by postural imbalances, natural aging or disabilities using physical means. It incorporates practical exercises to improve the range of motion, correct muscular imbalances and guide you on the path of recovery.

Ultrasound

Ultrasound

Ultrasound is a therapy in which the very high-frequency sound waves are applied to the specific body part, through the skin. It is very helpful in stimulating the tissues and increasing blood circulation through them. It provides deep heating and is very useful in relief from pain.

TENS

TENS

T.E.N.S means Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation. A very mild electric pulse is passed through the tissues in T.E.N.S therapy. It is very useful in strengthening muscles after surgeries or in case of paralysis. It is also helpful in reliving nerve-related pain conditions through Endorphins.

Heat Therapy

Heat Therapy

Heat increases the blood flow and healing process. Heat therapy has been used throughout the history of pain relief. Heat can be applied to the muscles through many methods like hot packs, paraffin wax bath, infrared heat, ultrasound therapy, and diathermy.

Interferential Current Therapy

Interferential Current Therapy

In the Interferential Current Therapy, high-frequency IFC signals are applied to the muscles to stimulate the natural healing process. It is very helpful in reducing inflammation, spasms, edema, and pain. It also stimulates the natural pain relief mechanism by Endorphins.

Shoulder Wheel

Shoulder Wheel

Shoulder Wheel allows the patients to improve upper limb movements and perform precise and measurable resistance exercises. It is also helpful in restoring the shoulder’s functionality to its original state after injury or surgery.

Quadriceps Table

Quadriceps Table

Quadriceps Table allows the patients to improve the movement of lower limbs and perform resistance exercises, especially for knee joints. The table is equipped with torque unit and back rest for resistance exercises.

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