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We provide highest standards & Quality of Physiotherapy based on proven scientific evidence in Vashi, Navi mumbai.
We provide highest standards & Quality of Physiotherapy based on proven scientific evidence in Vashi, Navi mumbai.

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"Being disabled does not mean Un-abled, just Different Abled." - Mr. Noel Helm
Aayushman Physiotherapy Clinic
Vashi, Navi Mumbai
www.aayushman.in
9699321205/ 27888866
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"Being disabled does not mean Un-abled, just Different Abled." - Mr. Noel Helm
Aayushman Physiotherapy Clinic
Vashi, Navi Mumbai
www.aayushman.in
9699321205/ 27888866
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Happy Children's day...
The greatest gifts you can give your children are the roots of responsibility, safer place to live happy and the wings of independence. Happy Children’s Day!
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Happy Children's day...
The greatest gifts you can give your children are the roots of responsibility, safer place to live happy and the wings of independence. Happy Children’s Day!
www.aayushman.in
6699321205/ 27888866
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Parkinson’s Disease...
Parkinson's is a progressive neurological condition affecting movements such as walking, talking, and writing. It is named after Dr James Parkinson (1755-1824), the London doctor who first identified Parkinson's as a specific condition.
Parkinson's occurs as result of a loss of nerve cells in the part of the brain known as the substantia nigra. These cells are responsible for producing a chemical known as dopamine, which allows messages to be sent to the parts of the brain that co-ordinate movement. With the depletion of dopamine-producing cells, these parts of the brain are unable to function normally.
SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS
The symptoms of Parkinson's can be classified as motor and non-motor.
Motor symptoms define Parkinson's, with three primary features:
1. Tremor - This usually begins in one hand. This is the first symptom for 70% of people with Parkinson's
2. Slowness of movement (bradykinesia) - people with Parkinson's may find that they have difficulty initiating movements or that performing movements takes longer.
3. Stiffness or rigidity of muscles - problems with activities such as standing up from a chair or rolling over in bed may be experienced.
Various non-motor symptoms may also be experienced, for example:
sleep disturbances
constipation
urinary urgency
depression
PHYSIOTHERAPY TREATMENT FOR PARKINSON DISEASE
Physiotherapists are trained to provide an assessment to see how Parkinson's affects the individual. This can be done with newly diagnosed, as well as those who have been diagnosed for some time. In the earlier stages, the emphasis of treatment will be mainly focused on understanding the condition and how a person might keep up their own general levels of fitness and maintain independence for them. In the later stages of the disease, the emphasis will include a support network for the individual, involving the family as part of the treatment.
The assessment will indicate to the physiotherapist what combination of education and intervention is required, some examples of which are listed below:
Teach techniques that help make some automatic movements easier. For example, the activities of walking, sitting down and standing up are some of the tasks that may become difficult as Parkinson's progresses, but can be improved by learning new ways of doing things. Help you to maintain independence in your daily life if you are having difficulty with certain actions, such as getting up out of a chair or turning in bed. The physiotherapist may visit your home and be able to teach you a different way of doing the action, or could give advice on aids and adaptations that might be of use.
Work on stiff muscles and joints to maintain a posture, keep your joints flexible and help relieve the effects of rigidity that might occur. This will help to make your actions more smooth and efficient. The physiotherapist can also teach you and your carer to do this.
Improve or maintain muscle strength by the use of general or specific exercises, or by providing an exercise programe for you to follow in the hospital, or at home. A physiotherapist may help to maintain your level of fitness or advise you take up a sport, such as golf or swimming, or a class like yoga or tai chi, where the additional benefits of relaxation help to decrease stress that can worsen the symptoms of Parkinson's.
Help prevent or manage falls. The physiotherapist may work on specific balance training and improving your confidence to decrease any fear of falling, or teach techniques to help you get off the floor or call for help. They work with an occupational therapist to look at ensuring your home environment is as free from hazards as possible.
Maintain or improve effective breathing. The stiffness and weakening of the chest muscles can sometimes lead to a chest infection, for which the therapist might use positioning and other techniques to help clear the phlegm. Breathing exercises can also enhance your respiratory capacity and can help if you find your voice has become softer
Help to prevent circulatory problems through handling and positioning, especially if your movement is severely restricted, hampering the effect of the natural pumping mechanism of the muscles.
( THIS MATERIAL DOES NOT CONSTITUTE MEDICAL ADVICE. IT IS INTENDED FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY. PLEASE CONSULT YOUR PHYSIOTHERAPIST/ HEALTH CARE PROVIDER FOR SPECIFIC TREATMENT RECOMMENDATIONS. )
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Home Visits Service Physiotherapy
Aayushman Physiotherapy Clinic, Vashi, Navi Maumbai can provide physiotherapy assessments and treatment in the comfort of your own home, residential or nursing home. This service is often utilised by patients that have difficulty attending clinic appointments or for those that are experiencing difficulty performing everyday tasks at home.
People that benefit from a home assessment and treatment are those that have difficulty getting in and out of bed, in and out of chairs, up and down stairs, lack confidence to walk outside on their own.
By seeing you in your own home, your physiotherapist will be able to witness the problems that you are experiencing with everyday activities. From this we can advise you on walking aids and / or home adaptations to enable you to regain or retain your independence and increase your quality of life. We also offer Fitness training, yoga & Physical Training at home. This can be arranged for both couples and individuals.
Our physiotherapist can visit anywhere in Vashi, Navi Mumbai like Vashi, Koparkhairane, Ghansoli, Airoli, Panvel & Nerul. Around 20kms from Vashi.

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Parkinson’s Disease...
Parkinson's is a progressive neurological condition affecting movements such as walking, talking, and writing. It is named after Dr James Parkinson (1755-1824), the London doctor who first identified Parkinson's as a specific condition.
Parkinson's occurs as result of a loss of nerve cells in the part of the brain known as the substantia nigra. These cells are responsible for producing a chemical known as dopamine, which allows messages to be sent to the parts of the brain that co-ordinate movement. With the depletion of dopamine-producing cells, these parts of the brain are unable to function normally.
SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS
The symptoms of Parkinson's can be classified as motor and non-motor.
Motor symptoms define Parkinson's, with three primary features:
1. Tremor - This usually begins in one hand. This is the first symptom for 70% of people with Parkinson's
2. Slowness of movement (bradykinesia) - people with Parkinson's may find that they have difficulty initiating movements or that performing movements takes longer.
3. Stiffness or rigidity of muscles - problems with activities such as standing up from a chair or rolling over in bed may be experienced.
Various non-motor symptoms may also be experienced, for example:
sleep disturbances
constipation
urinary urgency
depression
PHYSIOTHERAPY TREATMENT FOR PARKINSON DISEASE
Physiotherapists are trained to provide an assessment to see how Parkinson's affects the individual. This can be done with newly diagnosed, as well as those who have been diagnosed for some time. In the earlier stages, the emphasis of treatment will be mainly focused on understanding the condition and how a person might keep up their own general levels of fitness and maintain independence for them. In the later stages of the disease, the emphasis will include a support network for the individual, involving the family as part of the treatment.
The assessment will indicate to the physiotherapist what combination of education and intervention is required, some examples of which are listed below:
Teach techniques that help make some automatic movements easier. For example, the activities of walking, sitting down and standing up are some of the tasks that may become difficult as Parkinson's progresses, but can be improved by learning new ways of doing things. Help you to maintain independence in your daily life if you are having difficulty with certain actions, such as getting up out of a chair or turning in bed. The physiotherapist may visit your home and be able to teach you a different way of doing the action, or could give advice on aids and adaptations that might be of use.
Work on stiff muscles and joints to maintain a posture, keep your joints flexible and help relieve the effects of rigidity that might occur. This will help to make your actions more smooth and efficient. The physiotherapist can also teach you and your carer to do this.
Improve or maintain muscle strength by the use of general or specific exercises, or by providing an exercise programe for you to follow in the hospital, or at home. A physiotherapist may help to maintain your level of fitness or advise you take up a sport, such as golf or swimming, or a class like yoga or tai chi, where the additional benefits of relaxation help to decrease stress that can worsen the symptoms of Parkinson's.
Help prevent or manage falls. The physiotherapist may work on specific balance training and improving your confidence to decrease any fear of falling, or teach techniques to help you get off the floor or call for help. They work with an occupational therapist to look at ensuring your home environment is as free from hazards as possible.
Maintain or improve effective breathing. The stiffness and weakening of the chest muscles can sometimes lead to a chest infection, for which the therapist might use positioning and other techniques to help clear the phlegm. Breathing exercises can also enhance your respiratory capacity and can help if you find your voice has become softer
Help to prevent circulatory problems through handling and positioning, especially if your movement is severely restricted, hampering the effect of the natural pumping mechanism of the muscles.
( THIS MATERIAL DOES NOT CONSTITUTE MEDICAL ADVICE. IT IS INTENDED FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY. PLEASE CONSULT YOUR PHYSIOTHERAPIST/ HEALTH CARE PROVIDER FOR SPECIFIC TREATMENT RECOMMENDATIONS. )
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Parkinson’s Disease...
Parkinson's is a progressive neurological condition affecting movements such as walking, talking, and writing. It is named after Dr James Parkinson (1755-1824), the London doctor who first identified Parkinson's as a specific condition.
Parkinson's occurs as result of a loss of nerve cells in the part of the brain known as the substantia nigra. These cells are responsible for producing a chemical known as dopamine, which allows messages to be sent to the parts of the brain that co-ordinate movement. With the depletion of dopamine-producing cells, these parts of the brain are unable to function normally.
SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS
The symptoms of Parkinson's can be classified as motor and non-motor.
Motor symptoms define Parkinson's, with three primary features:
1. Tremor - This usually begins in one hand. This is the first symptom for 70% of people with Parkinson's
2. Slowness of movement (bradykinesia) - people with Parkinson's may find that they have difficulty initiating movements or that performing movements takes longer.
3. Stiffness or rigidity of muscles - problems with activities such as standing up from a chair or rolling over in bed may be experienced.
Various non-motor symptoms may also be experienced, for example:
sleep disturbances
constipation
urinary urgency
depression
PHYSIOTHERAPY TREATMENT FOR PARKINSON DISEASE
Physiotherapists are trained to provide an assessment to see how Parkinson's affects the individual. This can be done with newly diagnosed, as well as those who have been diagnosed for some time. In the earlier stages, the emphasis of treatment will be mainly focused on understanding the condition and how a person might keep up their own general levels of fitness and maintain independence for them. In the later stages of the disease, the emphasis will include a support network for the individual, involving the family as part of the treatment.
The assessment will indicate to the physiotherapist what combination of education and intervention is required, some examples of which are listed below:
Teach techniques that help make some automatic movements easier. For example, the activities of walking, sitting down and standing up are some of the tasks that may become difficult as Parkinson's progresses, but can be improved by learning new ways of doing things. Help you to maintain independence in your daily life if you are having difficulty with certain actions, such as getting up out of a chair or turning in bed. The physiotherapist may visit your home and be able to teach you a different way of doing the action, or could give advice on aids and adaptations that might be of use.
Work on stiff muscles and joints to maintain a posture, keep your joints flexible and help relieve the effects of rigidity that might occur. This will help to make your actions more smooth and efficient. The physiotherapist can also teach you and your carer to do this.
Improve or maintain muscle strength by the use of general or specific exercises, or by providing an exercise programe for you to follow in the hospital, or at home. A physiotherapist may help to maintain your level of fitness or advise you take up a sport, such as golf or swimming, or a class like yoga or tai chi, where the additional benefits of relaxation help to decrease stress that can worsen the symptoms of Parkinson's.
Help prevent or manage falls. The physiotherapist may work on specific balance training and improving your confidence to decrease any fear of falling, or teach techniques to help you get off the floor or call for help. They work with an occupational therapist to look at ensuring your home environment is as free from hazards as possible.
Maintain or improve effective breathing. The stiffness and weakening of the chest muscles can sometimes lead to a chest infection, for which the therapist might use positioning and other techniques to help clear the phlegm. Breathing exercises can also enhance your respiratory capacity and can help if you find your voice has become softer
Help to prevent circulatory problems through handling and positioning, especially if your movement is severely restricted, hampering the effect of the natural pumping mechanism of the muscles.
( THIS MATERIAL DOES NOT CONSTITUTE MEDICAL ADVICE. IT IS INTENDED FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY. PLEASE CONSULT YOUR PHYSIOTHERAPIST/ HEALTH CARE PROVIDER FOR SPECIFIC TREATMENT RECOMMENDATIONS. )
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Healthy mind resides in healthy body..keep your body and mind healthy...this is called wellness...Stay wellness...

"THE MIND & BODY ARE NOT SEPARATE. WHAT AFFECTS ONE AFFECTS THE OTHER"

For several decades, it has been recognized that health should not be defined as the absence of disease and disability; rather health is now conceptualized by the world health organisation as a positive state of physical , mental and social well being.
Healthy mind resides in healthy body..keep your body and mind healthy...this is called wellness...Stay wellness...

"THE MIND & BODY ARE NOT SEPARATE. WHAT AFFECTS ONE AFFECTS THE OTHER"

For several decades, it has been recognized that health should not be defined as the absence of disease and disability; rather health is now conceptualized by the world health organisation as a positive state of physical , mental and social well being.
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