Neuro - rehabilitation

Neurological rehabilitation is in many ways different from other branches of neurology.

It is a ‘collection-process’, which is case-specific and which focuses on aiding a person’s recovery and enabling the afflicted individual to live normal, active and independent life.

At Revive, we consider rehabilitation as a process that centrally involves ‘educating’ the disabled person, and that carries with it the ultimate aim of assisting that individual to cope with family, friends, work, and leisure as independently as possible.

It is also a process that crucially involves the disabled person to make plans and set goals that are important and relevant to his / her own particular circumstances and perform activities of daily living with maximum functional independence.

Components of your care at REVIVE

  • Customized Rehabilitation Strategies developed to suit individual cases keeping in mind the interests of the patient and the family.
  • A strong Holistic Approach that considers physical, cognitive, psychological, social and cultural dimensions of the personality, various stages of progress, and lifestyle - of both the patient and his/her family.
  • A positive Multidisciplinary Approach to Treatment and Care planned by our highly qualified and well-informed therapists and counsellors.

A steady Programme of Continuous Care that stretches from the time the treatments starts to the highest possible level of recovery of function

What are the conditions treated by Neuro-rehabilitation?

Peripheral nerve injuries - 

Wrist drop                                (Radial nerve injury)
Claw hand                               (Ulnar nerve injury)
Carpel tunnel syndrome      (Median nerve compression)
Injection palsy                        (Auxiliary nerve, sciatic nerve injury)
Foot drop                                (Common peroneal nerve injury)
Spinal cord injury
Parkinsonism disease

Cerebral palsy -

GUILLIAN barre syndrome
Cervical myelopathy
Vertigo (vestibular disorders)
Motor neuron disease
Motor neuron disease
Multiple sclerosis

Techniques and Approach at REVIVE:

Therapeutic Exercise Programs:

  • Splinting, bracing and use of therapeutic equipments
  • Adaptive equipment training such as one-handed cutting board, etc
  • Functional Retraining to maximize independence at home, work, community, and leisure activities
  • Neurological Re-Education of movement and activity patterns and tasks
  • Compensatory Techniques and Methods to improve independence
  • Balance-and-Fall Prevention training program
  • After-therapy Fitness
  • Ergonomics
  • Mobility Training