Best Physiotherapist in Dubai

Osteopathy in Dubai

Physiotherapy : Dr Yasir Khan

Best Physiotherapist in Dubai

Mr. Md. Yasir Arafat Khan, M.P.T(orthopedic and sports) M.I.A.P, is a renowned physiotherapist in Dubai; having an experience of working in this field for the past 11 years. Having an expert” hands on healing” he has to his credentials many achievements in this field.
His inventiveness in the field of pediatrics and given his flair for handling kids with utmost efficiency, he has achieved a lot of success in this aspect.
He deals with Neuromuscular and Genetic conditions like Cerebral palsy, Down’s Syndrome, Autism, Paraplegia, Hemiplegia, Quadriplegia.
He also has to his list of credentials a training he has undergone in “SENSORY INTEGRATION” a technique of prime importance in the treatment of many pediatric conditions. He is also a certified Manual Therapist (certification from Federation of Indian Manual Therapists).
It is of utmost honor we have him working with our reputed institution “The Good Living Medical Centre” Duabi today and have created a platform for all those in need out there.

Osteopathy in Dubai

Osteopathy 

Best Physiotherapist in Dubai

Osteopathy in Dubai

Osteopathy is a philosophy of healthcare that acknowledges that the living body is a self-renewing, a self-regenerating, and a self-recuperating system which maintains health constantly throughout life.

Osteopaths are the trained professionals to conventionally diagnose the diseases by using their hands to assess body function and dysfunction. this allows the osteopath to acquire uniquely sensitive information about the dysfunctionality within the body and in this way the insights can be helpful to restore health. Osteopaths primarily treat the consequence of events which could have contributed to the occurrence of these medical conditions.

Cranial osteopathy: it’s the name given to a subtle and refined approach to osteopathy that follows all the principles of osteopathy, and it’s used throughout the body, not just within the head. It includes the structures inside the top.

Cranial osteopaths use a highly developed sense of touch to feel subtle changes of tension and tissue quality within the living anatomy of the full body and to diagnose areas of strain or dysfunction. it’s accustomed to treat areas within the body that are full of past events, like old accidents and injuries. The body may have learned to complete a traumatic event or injury and also the patient is also unaware that there’s anything wrong, but the consequences should still be present and relevant to current symptoms. The osteopath treats the reason for the symptoms and reduces the possibility of symptoms returning within the future.

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This process can be deeply relaxing and patients are asked to take this opportunity to rest and unwind during treatment. Cranial osteopathy is used to treat Neck and Back pain, Headaches and Migraines, Pregnancy-related aches and pain, Sciatica and leg pain, Shoulder pain Work Injuries, Hip pain, Sport Injuries Joint and muscle pain Arthritis and TMJ/Jaw Pain.

During the treatment, some people are aware of different sensations, such as mild tension, aching or sensitivity that, or feelings of warmth and relaxation all of which GRADUALLY DISAPPEAR.

Visceral Osteopathy: this category of osteopathy considers the movements and quality of internal organs (also called viscera: stomach, liver, intestines, lungs, etc.) to treat back, neck, shoulders, and legs problems.
All viscera have a strong physiological role in our health. We absorb the vitamins in the intestines.
The liver detoxifies the body. The pancreas produces the insulin that reduces the sugar level in our body, etc. Interview or exam stress can make your bowel movements more frequent.

Emotional trauma can also leave their marks on the viscera and affect the biomechanics around it.

That is why Osteopathy is considered a holistic therapy: we look and treat the person as a whole, not as parts of the whole.


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Physiotherapy for Developmental Delay

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Developmental delay occurs when a child has not reached milestones by the expected time period. Delay can occur in one or more areas – for example, gross or fine motor, language, social, or thinking skills. Developmental delay can have many different causes, such as genetic (i.e. down syndrome) or complications of pregnancy and birth (i.e. prematurity or infections). Often however, the specific cause is unknown.

There is no one treatment that works for every child with a developmental delay. Children are unique; they learn and grow and develop in their own way and at their own pace. Occupational, physical, and speech therapists work with children and their families to develop individualized treatment plans that address areas of delay and facilitate more age appropriate functioning using Physiotherapy.

Physiotherapy for Down syndrome

The goal of physical therapy for children with Down syndrome is to correct harmful movement patterns while increasing the child’s ability to function and move. Down syndrome characteristics may include developmental delays, poor posture, lax joints, scoliosis, and decreased muscle tone and strength.

Collaborating as a team, physical, occupational and speech therapists work to improve the child’s language, and fine and gross motor skills. Improved strength, balance, posture and walking skills will increase the child’s independence, breathing, feeding and ability to learn from their surroundings. Therapy encourages an active lifestyle now, to reduce the risk of obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Parents also benefit from therapy by learning how to reinforce new skills and learning at home.

Physiotherapy for Cerebral Palsy

For children diagnosed with cerebral palsy, physical therapists work to improve coordination of their movement, decrease muscle pain, spasticity, prevent rigidity, maintain flexibility, support and stabilize joints, and improve respiration. The various types of cerebral palsy impact the development and voluntary control of their movement and posture.

Motor impairments may change with growth and development. Periodic, focused therapy will reinforce adaptive strategies and provide adjustments to assistive devices such as canes, wheelchairs and orthotics to maximize independence. Therapists often team up with the family to increase the child’s function, encourage activity, and personalize equipment to improve the child’s quality of life at home, school and work.

Hemiplegia in infants and children is a type of Cerebral Palsy that results from damage to the part (hemisphere) of the brain that controls muscle movements. For example, if the left side of the child’s brain is injured, then the paralysis will be on the right side of the child’s body.

Physiotherapy for Autism

Therapists will work with children with autism of all ages and onsets to facilitate development. Children with autism have a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by impaired social interaction and communication skills. Early diagnosis is essential to provide intervention needed for long-term improvement.

Individualized exercise programs may improve motor, behavior and psychosocial aspects to promote life long learning and independence. Physical therapy can improve a young child’s posture to facilitate positive affect and verbalization; gross motor skills, such as crawling, running, walking and jumping; and fine motor skills, such as grasping and reaching to develop social interaction skills. School-age therapy works to improve walking, limb coordination, sensory integration, social development and skills required for school.

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