Most of the patients receiving rehabilitation programs are at high risk for falls due to their mobility difficulties. When you and your family come to the treatment area, please pay attention to the following matters to ensure patient safety:
Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) is a technique that does not invade the human body while stimulating specific parts of the brain.
Amputation is the surgical removal of all or part of a limb. After surgery, wound swelling and pain often lead to muscle atrophy and joint contracture of the residual limb. Patients should start exercise as early as possible to train muscle strength before or after amputation.
Aphasia is a common syndrome that occurs after brain injury, such as stroke, head trauma, brain tumors, degenerative brain diseases such as Alzheimer’s and brain infections.
The end of the muscle forms a long and thin band structure attached to the bone, which is the tendon. If the tendon is inflamed for various reasons, it is called tendinitis.
A spinal cord injury (SCI) is an acute traumatic injury that invades the spinal cord and nerves, resulting in motor, sensory and fecal dysfunction.
Pulling the joint apart by external force is called traction, for the purpose of using mechanical or non-mechanical devices for continuous or intermittent traction.
Shortwave is a deep thermotherapy. It is one of the tools of diathermy because it can generate alternating magnetic fields through electric currents at high frequency and produce heat energy when penetrating human tissues.
Ultrasound, a kind of high-speed vibration, is a high-frequency sound wave produced by the current passing through the crystal.