GB School of neuro rehab aiming to make neuro rehab simple starts “Neuro rehab Education series 2018”


Do you think understanding neuro is difficult? Do you think practising neuro rehab is more complicated and tiring? DO you think it takes long time to show recovery in neurological cases? Most of the student’s feel that neuro rehab is very difficult to understand because we can’t imagine and understand how neuro Physiology work? HowContinue reading “GB School of neuro rehab aiming to make neuro rehab simple starts “Neuro rehab Education series 2018””

Why Aquatic therapy? What is the benefit? Who can Benefit from it?


Article by: Dr. Gajanan Bhalerao(PT) MPT neuro PT , C/NDT (USA), Aquatic therapy (Kliniken Valens Switzerland) Physical Therapy is a constantly evolving field. There are many types and methods are adding as adjunct traditional physical therapy. Most of these therapies are performed on the land. There are multiple fores are always acting on our bodyContinue reading “Why Aquatic therapy? What is the benefit? Who can Benefit from it?”

NDT/Bobath Certificate Course in the Management and Treatment of Adults with Hemiplegia in Pune, India


NDT/Bobath Certificate Course in the Management and Treatment of Adults with Hemiplegia Sancheti Institute College of Physiotherapy, Sancheti Health Academy, Shivajinagar, Pune, Maharashtra, India This is the first time NDTA is conducting a ADULT NDT course in INDIA. We want maximum people to benefit from this course. But there a seats limit of 24 only.Continue reading “NDT/Bobath Certificate Course in the Management and Treatment of Adults with Hemiplegia in Pune, India”

Hydrotherapy for traumatic brain injury with hemiplegia – our challenges and solutions


This is the case of a 16 yr old boy who met with an accident leading to a traumatic head injury in August 2011. He was in a coma for 1 month after which he gradually started showing improvement. I started treating him in January 2011. He had suffered a diffuse axonal injury due toContinue reading “Hydrotherapy for traumatic brain injury with hemiplegia – our challenges and solutions”

Causes and management of hyperextension of knee in hemiplegic and Paraplegic


Normal range of motion (ROM) of the knee joint is from 0 to 135 degrees in an adult. Full knee extension should be no more than 10 degrees. In genu recurvatum (back knee), normal extension is increased. The development of genu recurvatum, may lead to knee pain and knee osteoarthritis. You can watch full videoContinue reading “Causes and management of hyperextension of knee in hemiplegic and Paraplegic”

Never plan the therapeutic management based on the medical diagnosis or cause of stroke


All students and the therapists who are treating patients with stroke must have thought or heard this kind of question in their practice. What is the therapeutic management of frontal lobe bleed/infarction? What is the therapeutic management of occipital bleed /infarction? What is the therapeutic management of parietal bleed /infarction? What is the therapeutic managementContinue reading “Never plan the therapeutic management based on the medical diagnosis or cause of stroke”

How to do ambulation training with KAFO in patient of spinal cord who got complication with accidental burn on thigh region?


Mr. Shah had D12 compression fracture, spinal cord compression with ASIA type B with neurological level of injury D12 & fracture upper end humerus. After one and half month of ambulation training he could walk with walker with moderate assistance for balance during dynamic activity of walking and assistance for stepping leg forward.  He wasContinue reading “How to do ambulation training with KAFO in patient of spinal cord who got complication with accidental burn on thigh region?”

When & how to progress from KAFO TO AFO in patients with Incomplete Spinal cord injury.


      In patients with incomplete cord injury we start ambulation training with KAFO but it becomes very difficult how to shift from KAFO to AFO. What is the solution? While ambulation training with KAFO we start with knee locked position in KAFO that helps in stabilizing the knee. As patient is showing progressContinue reading “When & how to progress from KAFO TO AFO in patients with Incomplete Spinal cord injury.”

HOW TO DO WALKING TRAINING WITH WALKER IN PATIENTS OF SPINAL CORD INJURY WITH COMPLICATION UPPER END HUMERAL FRACTURE ?


Case study:       Mr. Shah had D12 compression fracture & fracture upper end humerus of left side in a Road traffic accident in first week of July 2011. He was operated for decompression followed by fixation of spine and stabilization humeral fracture with internal fixation of She was presenting with neurological level D10, Type BContinue reading “HOW TO DO WALKING TRAINING WITH WALKER IN PATIENTS OF SPINAL CORD INJURY WITH COMPLICATION UPPER END HUMERAL FRACTURE ?”