Physiotherapy

NDF manages and operates its own well equipped physiotherapy clinic with highly qualified staffs at Bhrikutimandap, Kathmandu. Physiotherapy is one of the major activities of the rehabilitation project. The Persons with Disabilities who have problems of amputation, spinal cord injury, cerebral palsy, stroke, head injury, club feet, burn complications etc. have been receiving physiotherapy service either from centre or community service. The physiotherapy services focus to the Persons with Disabilities only. There are seven full time staffs working in the physiotherapy department i.e one Physiotherapist (PT), two Assistant Physiotherapists (PTA) and 4 community workers (CW). The PT and PTA are providing centre based services and community workers are involved in out reach services means community based

During the course of service delivery, clients who required corrective/reconstructive surgeries were identified and referred for surgery to the suitable hospitals within Kathmandu. Amputation and its complication, Wound Management, Orthopedic Congenital Deformity, Post Burn Contractures, Post-Osteomyelitis and Post-Fractures complication are the most prevalent problems identified for the corrective/reconstructive surgeries.

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