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Physiotherapy and Rehabilitations

Rehabilitation is a specialty practice that is carried out to improve the quality of life for patients with a chronic illness or disability. Rehabilitation specialists improve the optimal level of functioning of individuals with a disability or a chronic illness at home. The goal of the rehabilitation process is to provide, in collaboration with an interdisciplinary healthcare team that includes the patient, a holistic approach to nursing care that maximizes patients’ freedom.

A rehabilitation specialist provides patient-driven care as part of a package of services between various healthcare settings and the patient’s home. Rehabilitation therapy at home is highly specialized and the specialists in this setting serve a diverse population.

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Benefits of Rehabilitation?

Rehabilitation and therapy are a suggested treatment and preventive method for people with major medical conditions. Under such circumstances, the burden of traveling to and from a clinic can be too much to bear. This is why home care rehabilitation centers are becoming popular for people who need it most. Here are the benefits of in-home therapy and rehabilitation

benefits of undergoing rehabilitation:

  • Encouraging and supportive: The familiarity of the same therapist is reassuring to patients, and the partnership created offers them a unique support.
  • Fully functional: The therapist will not only be teaching new techniques to the patient, but he/she will also be doing it in the patient’s home – a completely functional environment.
  • Quick recovery: With disability, chronic sickness or after surgery, getting up or down the stairs or in and out of the car causes a lot of strain. Home therapy allows patients to quickly recover and perform other aspects of life.
  • Convenience: With home therapy, there is no need to wait for an appointment and coordinating rides or travel time.

Injection administration at home is for patients who are either discharged from hospital and need to continue taking injections or alternatively for elders, bedridden, disabled and other persons who find it difficult to visit the hospital to receive prescribed injections. Our nurses are highly skilled, experienced and can administer intradermal (ID), subcutaneous (SC) and intramuscular (IM) injections at home.

Similar to injection administration, IV Infusions maybe required as an alternative to oral treatment especially to expedite the treatment or recovery process. When patients are prescribed IV medication or require IV fluid and electrolyte infusion at home, our skilled and licensed healthcare professionals are trained to give these intravenously in a sterile manner. During the infusion process, our Nurses continuously monitor the patient’s condition and are equipped to take necessary action in case of any drug reaction. Some of the scenarios when a home based IV therapy may be useful are -

  • Antibiotic, antifungal and antiviral therapy
  • Nutrition that must be administered through a vein
  • Pain Relief
  • Hormone deficiencies treatment
  • Electrolyte imbalances correction
  • Hydration

Taking care of a wound at home can be a complicated process, and lack of proper care or interruption of care can lead to non-healing wounds and chronic infections especially in instances of pre-existing diseases like Diabetes. Our home based wound care services caters to infected, postoperative, advanced, vascular and chronic wounds with a focus to prevent infection, promote healing and reduce complications. Our nurses and wound specialists work in partnership with the patient’s Physician to carry out a thorough wound assessment followed by an individualised care plan that includes –

  • Use of evidence-based treatment protocols
  • Monitoring care through weekly wound measurement
  • Recommendations on devices and support surfaces to promote healing
  • Patient and caregiver education on proper wound care

A nasogastric tube (NG tube) is a special tube that carries food and medicine to the stomach through the nose. Tube feeding involves providing nutrition like carbohydrates, proteins, vitamins, minerals, and water through the tube to patients who are not able to feed by mouth or those who have trouble swallowing. Our Nurses are adept at inserting, feeding and taking out the tube and providing care while the tube is in place ensuring that the patient’s nutritional status is adequately managed.

A tracheostomy is a medical procedure to allow creation of an opening in the skin of the neck so that a tube can be inserted into the windpipe to allow passage of air into the lungs. Tracheostomy is usually done to bypass an obstructed upper airway, to clean and remove secretions from the airway or to deliver oxygen to the lungs. Having a trachea/stoma opening carries the risk of infection and other complications and it is important for the patient to be under continuous monitoring and care. Our nurses are trained to care for tracheated patients and provide the following support for such patients at home -

  • Nursing care and maintaining hygiene for the trachea /stoma
  • Tube removal and cleaning
  • Training family/caregivers on emergency management of how to handle the ventilator or trach tube
  • Regular checks and inspections to look out for defects/ breakdowns
  • Suctioning

A catheter is a tube that is inserted into the body to allow the fluids to be taken out and the most commonly done is the urinary catheterisation to allow for the urine to pass out of the body. Our catheter care services can be provided in the comfort of your home and our staff is well trained and experienced to handle the catheterisation process from the insertion of a catheter to monitoring and removal. . Our nurses are well trained to prevent the risk of tripping, pressure injuries, or any other discomforts to the patients during the procedure and also provide counselling and support to family on care of catheter, diet and fluid intake which is of paramount importance to ensure proper drainage

Injection administration at home is for patients who are either discharged from hospital and need to continue taking injections or alternatively for elders, bedridden, disabled and other persons who find it difficult to visit the hospital to receive prescribed injections. Our nurses are highly skilled, experienced and can administer intradermal (ID), subcutaneous (SC) and intramuscular (IM) injections at home.

Similar to injection administration, IV Infusions maybe required as an alternative to oral treatment especially to expedite the treatment or recovery process. When patients are prescribed IV medication or require IV fluid and electrolyte infusion at home, our skilled and licensed healthcare professionals are trained to give these intravenously in a sterile manner. During the infusion process, our Nurses continuously monitor the patient’s condition and are equipped to take necessary action in case of any drug reaction. Some of the scenarios when a home based IV therapy may be useful are -

  • Antibiotic, antifungal and antiviral therapy
  • Nutrition that must be administered through a vein
  • Pain Relief
  • Hormone deficiencies treatment
  • Electrolyte imbalances correction
  • Hydration

Taking care of a wound at home can be a complicated process, and lack of proper care or interruption of care can lead to non-healing wounds and chronic infections especially in instances of pre-existing diseases like Diabetes. Our home based wound care services caters to infected, postoperative, advanced, vascular and chronic wounds with a focus to prevent infection, promote healing and reduce complications. Our nurses and wound specialists work in partnership with the patient’s Physician to carry out a thorough wound assessment followed by an individualised care plan that includes –

  • Use of evidence-based treatment protocols
  • Monitoring care through weekly wound measurement
  • Recommendations on devices and support surfaces to promote healing
  • Patient and caregiver education on proper wound care

A nasogastric tube (NG tube) is a special tube that carries food and medicine to the stomach through the nose. Tube feeding involves providing nutrition like carbohydrates, proteins, vitamins, minerals, and water through the tube to patients who are not able to feed by mouth or those who have trouble swallowing. Our Nurses are adept at inserting, feeding and taking out the tube and providing care while the tube is in place ensuring that the patient’s nutritional status is adequately managed.

A tracheostomy is a medical procedure to allow creation of an opening in the skin of the neck so that a tube can be inserted into the windpipe to allow passage of air into the lungs. Tracheostomy is usually done to bypass an obstructed upper airway, to clean and remove secretions from the airway or to deliver oxygen to the lungs. Having a trachea/stoma opening carries the risk of infection and other complications and it is important for the patient to be under continuous monitoring and care. Our nurses are trained to care for tracheated patients and provide the following support for such patients at home -

  • Nursing care and maintaining hygiene for the trachea /stoma
  • Tube removal and cleaning
  • Training family/caregivers on emergency management of how to handle the ventilator or trach tube
  • Regular checks and inspections to look out for defects/ breakdowns
  • Suctioning

A catheter is a tube that is inserted into the body to allow the fluids to be taken out and the most commonly done is the urinary catheterisation to allow for the urine to pass out of the body. Our catheter care services can be provided in the comfort of your home and our staff is well trained and experienced to handle the catheterisation process from the insertion of a catheter to monitoring and removal. . Our nurses are well trained to prevent the risk of tripping, pressure injuries, or any other discomforts to the patients during the procedure and also provide counselling and support to family on care of catheter, diet and fluid intake which is of paramount importance to ensure proper drainage

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