Conditions with a damaged nervous system require extremely delicate care and a steady
progressive recovery pattern. Our Protocols at Abhinav Bindra Targeting Performance
are designed to ensure exactly that, to attempt to stop any further degeneration and to
gradually help improve the patient’s lifestyle.
We have rehabilitation Programmes for anyone with the following conditions:

Traumatic Brain Injury

It’s common for patients suffering from traumatic brain injuries to experience paralysis. The assessment of such patients is conducted differently based on their mobility status. In cases where the patient is bed-ridden, ABTP’s physiotherapists conduct an assessment using the Postural Bench. This device is a postural system of assessment that monitors the patient’s muscle tension profile. In another case where the patient is partially mobile, the hip range of motion and flexibility assessment is conducted with the help of the Balance Trunk MF. If the patient is in a condition to walk but experiences imbalance, a static stability assessment is conducted with the help of static Pro-kin.  Followed by this detailed assessment, expert physiotherapists at ABTP create a treatment protocol. For such patients suffering from TBI, mobility, and strengthening exercises such as lying rotation, cane stretch, pen spin, weight-bearing lean, etc. form a major part of this protocol. 

Stroke

Patients suffering from stroke are first assessed at ABTP’s world-class Biomechanics and Postural lab. To ascertain the patient’s static balance and postural control while standing, ABTP’s expert physiotherapists use a device called Pro-Kin. Similarly, to test the same for while the patient is in a sitting position, the Balance Trunk is used. This device majorly gives an assessment of the condition of the pelvis. Lastly, to monitor a patient’s muscle tension profile, ABTP’s physiotherapists use Postural Bench. After getting detailed reports of all these tests, a systematic treatment procedure starts. Exercises form a major part of this process. Knee extension, seated marching, trunk rotation, toe-tap core exercise, tabletop circle exercise, etc are some mobility exercises that patients at ABTP are made to practice. Apart from this, Care therapy is also used to reduce spasticity.

Parkinson’s disease

A patient suffering from Parkinson’s disease undergoes complete biomechanics and functional assessment at ABTP. These two assessments are conducted in the world- class Biomechanics, Postural, and Functional testing lab. These labs are equipped with high-end devices with inbuilt 3D mirroring and visual feedback technology. For static Biomechanics and Postural assessment, devices named Pro-Kin, Postural Bench, Balance trunk, and Walker View are used. For Functional testing, ABTP’s physiotherapists take the help of Iso-shift, Iso-move, and Multi-Joint System (MJS). After a full-fledged assessment, Care therapy along with stretching and strengthening exercises form part of the treatment protocol.

Mobility Training

Each and every muscle acts as per the commands given by our nervous system. In the case of neurological conditions, people always have a complaint of weakened muscles and an inability to perform basic physical activities in daily routine. Therefore, mobility training is one of the most imperative elements of a neuro patient’s treatment programme. At our facilities across the country, we conduct a comprehensive gait analysis to ascertain the severity of the impact on the musculoskeletal system and key areas to focus upon. Considering the readings obtained during the assessment, our expert physiotherapists create a treatment plan incorporating the required set of strength and conditioning exercises and certain activities that help the patient regain functionality and make the most out of their physical health!

Fall Prevention

ABTP’s labs are well equipped with world-class devices that can assess the intensity and root causes of major symptoms of falls: muscle weakness and imbalance movements. The Pro-Kin and the Balance Trunk MF are used to assess the patient’s static and dynamic balance controls and mobility and stability of the hip. With inbuilt 6 load sensors, Postural Bench is used to the patient’s muscle tension profile. Followed by this detailed assessment, the treatment protocol starts with manual mobilizations and soft tissue manipulations. After the muscle stiffness releases to a certain level, stretching exercises like the stand to sit, feet apart, one foot, eyes closed, etc. come into play.

Cerebral Palsy

Since patients suffering from CP experience muscle stiffness and difficulty in making muscle movements, ABTP’s expert physiotherapists conduct biomechanical, postural, and gait assessments. With 3D mirroring technology and visual feedback feature, devices at ABTP’s lab are said to be apt to give accurate results. Devices that help in assessing the patient’s static and dynamic balance and postural control are the Pro-kin, the Balance Trunk MF, and the Postural Bench. Similarly, to assess the patient’s gait analysis, ABTP’s expert physiotherapists use the Walker View.  After getting all the results in hand, a treatment protocol is created to treat proprioception. Patients are trained using the Walker View, a device that can detect the real-time joint range of motion without the help of physical markers. Apart from this training, various stretching and strengthening exercises form a major part of this treatment protocol. 

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