A Neuron Hospital has introduced central India’s first robotic neurorehabilitation project, which is multi-beneficial for such patients
The number of patients
having stroke, spinal injuries, brain injuries, multiple sclerosis, and other neurological disorders are increasing
these days. The result of these strokes – Paralysis – in young and working
population has become a major burden on families and society at large.
A Neuron Hospital has introduced central India’s first robotic neuro rehabilitation project, which is multi-beneficial for such patients. This unit was dedicated to public in a function held at Dhantoli-based campus of this hospital.
Neuron hospital started five years back and has treated 3.53 lakh patients so far in its OPD, and more than 30,000 patients in IPD. They have performed 13,000 plus successful neuro-surgeries. Rehabilitation of such patients is important. According to hospital directors, they receive 8 to 10 new cases daily and more than 50 patients visit daily for rehabilitation purpose.
“Successful rehabilitation is a step by step process. The only aim of Neuron hospital to introduce these devices is to help patients for early and maximum recovery. These are the best available tools to bring patients back to social life and improve their quality of life,” said Dr Chandrashekhar Pakhmode, director of the hospital. He said that the paralysed and bed-ridden patients can stand on their feet and move with this treatment, which is a major relief for their family members.