At BM Birla Heart Research Centre, cardiac treatment without rehabilitation is incomplete. Our focus is not only on treating illness, but also on helping patients lead a healthier life. BM Birla Heart Research Centre has long been a symbol of trust and patient choice, with a reputation for being the safest one-stop shop for all heart problems. We have a team of experts dedicated to provide state-of-the-art methods for the diagnosis, evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation of patients with severe heart problems.
Physiotherapy and rehabilitation form a crucial and integral part of the treatment, that primarily focus on providing specialized attention to the patients who have been admitted to the CCU, offering a personalized yet comprehensive approach for helping them make their heart healthier.
Our expert physiotherapists are fully trained to deliver unparalleled care to the patients, with strict adherence to stringent quality benchmarks. Rehabilitation programs at BM Birla Heart Research Centre not only focuses on the speedy and hassle-free recovery of the patients but also on improving lives with best in class care and guidance.
Fully equipped to handle patients undergoing complex procedures like CABG and PTCA, the department has qualified and trained physiotherapists, offering round the clock, robust care to the patients suffering from the following conditions:
Rehabilitation is an important part of any medical treatment that offers a wide gamut of activities that help to frame the best physical, mental and social environment, aiming at the holistic well-being of the patients. The aim of rehabilitation is to help you get back to a normal life, as well as to improve various abilities that have been drastically Impacted by an ailment or condition.
Rehabilitation is broadly classified into four phases:
Cardiovascular problems are one of the most common diseases associated with mortality. Lack of physical activity, modern lifestyle, unhealthy eating habits, lack of nutrition, and various other socio-economic conditions – have increased cardiovascular problems. Even though multiple medical treatments are available to treat heart issues, a pacemaker remains one of the most important advances in providing care for heart patients.
A Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) or Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation (TAVI) is a surgical method performed to repair a compromised, blocked or narrowed artery which was causing disruption in the blood and oxygen supply to the heart. This surgical procedure is recommended for patients who have higher risk or are too sick, or too old for an open heart surgery.
Heart failure is a serious condition marked by the inefficiency of the heart muscles to pump blood to different parts of the body. Also referred to as congestive heart failure, the condition can prove to be life-threatening if not addressed immediately. Such patients are often recommended to undergo a heart transplant, a surgical procedure that involves the replacement of a diseased or non-functional part of the patient’s heart with a healthy heart taken from a deceased donor.