Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation Program
HCAH SuVitas Spinal Cord injury rehabilitation is a specialized inpatient rehabilitation program designed by expert multidisciplinary rehabilitation team to address the spectrum of requirements for spine care after an injury.
A spinal cord injury is damage to any part of the spinal cord or the nerves at the end of the spinal canal. As this is an extremely sensitive part of the human body and a complex one that impacts all aspects of your life – physical and mental, an injury here can be very dangerous even potentially causing permanent disabilities. While injuries can be treated with surgical intervention, in almost all cases of spinal cord injuries, rehabilitation and pain management are key to a person’s ability to lead a productive and independent life.
Primary objectives Of Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation
Key Components Of Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation
Methodical approach Rehabilitation needs of Spinal Cord Injury:
Spinal cord injuries typically require rehabilitation team members from various specialities who should work together to get you the best possible results. HCAH SuVitas Multidisciplinary Rehabilitation team will include doctor, physiotherapist, an occupational therapist, a nurse to manage medications and other nursing care needs, a dietitian for personalized diet plan and a psychologist to assist with the emotional wellbeing after trauma
After base evaluation by respective multidisciplinary department leads, a personalized goal setting is concluded along with the individual and the family. During the various stages of rehabilitation, therapists will focus on maintenance and strengthening of muscle function, redeveloping fine motor skills, and learning adaptive techniques to accomplish your ADLs (Activities of daily life). Along the recovery journey, you and your family members will be educated on the effects of a spinal cord injury and how to prevent complications, and rebuilding your life and increasing your quality of life and independence.
The duration and outcomes of rehabilitation therapy will depend on multiple factors like level and severity of the injury and also individual factors and motivation. The sooner one initiates quality rehabilitation, better is the value for overall physical, functional and overall quality of life