What is Occupational Therapy?
OT is both an art and a science wherein therapists working for Occupational Therapy Centers are responsible for inclining the afflicted individual towards normalcy in human upkeep tasks in order to undergo rehabilitation and foster independent action.
To understand Occupational Therapy, consider it as simple as a PLAIN form of rehabilitation. It is a structured medical play performed in occupational therapy centers by trained therapists with a preconceived objective.
OT when discovered is understood as ‘Developing Skills for the job of normal living’. This involves setting up a framework in which the therapist or a medical practitioner analyzes the neurological, cognitive or physical paucity through standardized medical assessments, draws out a rehab plan and implements a plan to regulate and control the learning outcomes.
HOW DOES IT HELP IN TREATING NEUROLOGICAL DISORDERS
Treats physical symptoms like Partial/complete paralysis, rigidity, grip, movement & function, etc. arising out of neurological problems.
Treats emotional symptoms like mood swings, outbursts, experience depression and delusions arising out of neurological problems.
Streamlines all the activities related to cognitive abilities and actions like perception, memory and decision making skills.
Streamlines social gauge of the afflicted individual. OT will treat social problems associated to neuro malfunction such as staying aloof. IT ensures that the patient undergoing treatment performs actively in the society and is not left behind in any form.
WHY IS OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY EXTREMELY ESSENTIAL AFTER CELL THERAPY?
The diseases or deficiencies like spinal cord injury, cerebral palsy, stroke etc. which held no scope of treatment some time earlier are now treated across all major Occupational Centers in India, including NeuroGen BSI. Occupational Therapy is a form of neurorehabilitation which helps in stimulation of the transplanted cells in the brain & spine.
Normalizes and Treats
It activates the coordination between the newly injected cells and the body.
It normalizes the post cell therapy routine body movements like walking, bending, toileting etc.
–Monitors and Balances
It checks for any abnormality seen after the Cell Therapy and initiates corrective action at the initial stage.
It watches for any slightest improvement in the afflicted patient who has now undergone Cell Therapy.
–Foresees and Researches
It keeps a check on the difference observed before and after the therapy.
It also aims to seek and perform a detailed study on the impact of therapy on individuals with different demographic variables.
It enables the therapist to foresee and regulate the muscles being put to work in lieu of the laid down activities like sliding down, rolling, bowling etc.