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Physiotherapists assess, plan and implement rehabilitative programs that improve or restore human motor functions, maximize movement ability, relieve pain syndromes, and treat or prevent physical challenges associated with injuries, diseases and other impairments.

Physiotherapists treat diseases or impairments affecting the muscles, bones, joints, nervous system, heart, circulation and lungs. They are autonomous professionals to identify and diagnose impairments in physical, psychological, occupational and social context, and serves through health promotion, preventative healthcare, treatment and rehabilitation using a variety of physical, electro-physical, cognitive and pharmacological agents.


Musculoskeletal & Orthopedic Physiotherapy:


Patients with Musculoskeletal, Orthopedic, Ergonomic and work related impairments like Neck pain, Back pain, Prolapsed Inter-vertebral Disc (PLID), Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Frozen shoulder, Tennis elbow and other Musculoskeletal conditions are treated in this unit.

Neurological Rehabilitation:

Patients with Stroke, Head injury, GBS, Poliomyelitis, Multiple sclerosis, Parkinson disease, Nerve injury/entrapment, Bell’s Palsy/ Facial Palsy, Charcott-Marie tooth Disease, Cerebral Ataxia, Poly-neuropathy/Peripheral neuropathy, Spinal Cord Injury, CIDP, Motor neuron disease (MND), Myelopathy, Myopathy are treated in this unit. PNF, Bobath approach, Rood approach, Carr and Shepard approach, Brunstrom, Motor relearning, Constraint Induced Movement Therapy (CIMT), Sensory reintegration Technique and other neurological rehabilitation concepts are used here to treat a wide range of neurologically impaired patients.


Occupational Therapy (OT) is a health care profession that provides services to people whose ability to function in daily life has been disrupted. Purposeful activity, therapeutic exercise, special equipment, skills training and environmental modifications are used to maximize the person’s ability to attain independence in everyday living.

 Clinical Occupational Therapists (OTs) work in the following areas:

Stroke Rehabilitation

Occupational Therapists are also working in the Stroke

Different group therapy also available in OT department which includes

Ergonomic Consultancy Service

OT Department also providing ergonomic consultancy services for individuals and workplace setup for the client having chronic back and neck problems. For example desk setup for computer users.  Moreover we are giving consultancy regarding occupational health and safety issues for corporate and RMG sectors.

OT in Mental Health

OTs are also working there for increasing awareness raising and advocacy.

Hand Therapy

After assessment, a problem list and a plan is formed. The Occupational Therapists at CDD make all of the customized dynamic and progressive static splints for our patients.