Kirubai Physio & Rehabilitation's Center

Kirubai Physio & Rehabilitation's Center

Villivakkam, Chennai, Tamil Nadu
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Nature of Business
Nursing Homes / Clinics / Hospitals

Total Number of Employees
11 to 25 People

Year of Establishment
1999

Legal Status of Firm
Partnership

Kirubai Physio & Rehabilitation's Center - Nursing Homes / Clinics / Hospitals of occupational therapy, fitness & weight reduction & building developmental skills since 1999 in Chennai, Tamil Nadu.

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Occupational Therapy

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Occupational therapy treatment focuses on helping people achieve independence in all areas of their lives. OT can help kids with various needs improve their cognitive, physical, and motor skills and enhance their self-esteem and sense of accomplishment.
Some people may think that occupational therapy is only for adults; kids, after all, do not have occupations. But a child's main job is playing and learning, and occupational therapists can evaluate kids' skills for playing, school performance, and daily activities and compare them with what is developmentally appropriate for that age group.
According to the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA), in addition to dealing with an someone's physical well-being, OT practitioners address psychological, social, and environmental factors that can affect functioning in different ways. This approach makes OT a vital part of health care for some kids.
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Fitness & Weight Reduction

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When something sounds too good to be true, it usually is. But I may have found an exception: a simple workout that gives you the same fitness benefits as a one-hour run, in four minutes. And no, this isn't a dodgy late-night infomercial. It's called Tabata protocol and it's a type of high-intensity interval training.
Tabata intervals involve high-intensity bursts of exercises for 20 seconds, followed by 10 seconds of rest. Continue these consecutively for four to 10 minutes.
Choose one of the exercises pictured and perform as many reps of it as you can in 20 seconds. The higher your intensity, the better your results will be. Rest for 10 seconds before going again. Perform eight rounds in total (four minutes). Try to keep your reps consistent each time. Perform a five-minute warm-up before this workout and a short cool-down to finish off.
This form of Tabata training uses more than one exercise. Perform as many reps as you can of one exercise for 20 seconds, rest for 10 seconds and then move on to the next exercise for 20 seconds. Keep going in this manner through four exercises. Try a total of five rounds of 10-minute circuits.
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Building Developmental Skills

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Confidence is not something that can be learned like a set of rules; confidence is a state of mind. Positive thinking, practice, training, knowledge and talking to other people are all useful ways to help improve or boost your confidence levels. Confidence comes from feelings of well-being, acceptance of your body and mind (self-esteem) and belief in your own ability, skills and experience.
Low-confidence can be a result of many factors including: fear of the unknown, criticism, being unhappy with personal appearance (self-esteem), feeling unprepared, poor time-management, lack of knowledge and previous failures. Confidence is not a static measure, our confidence to perform roles and tasks can increase and decrease; some days we may feel more confident than others.
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Psychological Counseling

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Counseling psychology focuses on providing therapeutic treatments to clients who experience a wide variety of symptoms. It is also one of the largest specialty areas within psychology. The Society of Counseling Psychology describes the field as " a psychological specialty [that] facilitates personal and interpersonal functioning across the life span with a focus on emotional, social, vocational, educational, health-related, developmental and organizational concerns."
What Do Counseling Psychologists Do?
Many counseling psychologists provide psychotherapy services, but other career paths are also available. Research, teaching and vocational counseling are just a few of the possible alternatives to psychotherapy. No matter what the job setting, individuals who choose to enter into a career in counseling psychology utilize psychological theories to help people overcome problems and realize their full-potential.
Counseling Psychology vs Clinical Psychology
Out of all the graduate psychology degrees awarded each year, more than half are in the subfields of clinical or counseling psychology (Mayne, Norcross, & Sayette, 2000). Counseling psychology shares many commonalities with clinical psychology, but it is also unique in several different ways.
While both clinical and counseling psychologists perform psychotherapy, those working as clinicians typically deal with clients suffering from more severe mental illnesses. Counseling psychologists often work with people who are experiencing less severe symptoms (Brems & Johnson, 1997). The treatment outlook can also differ between clinical and counseling psychology.
Clinicians often approach mental illness from a medical perspective, while counseling psychologists often take a more general approach that encompasses a range of psychotherapeutic techniques. Of course, the individual approach a therapist takes depends on a wide range of factors including his or her educational background, training and theoretical perspective.
Required Education and Training for Counseling Psychology
In order to become a counseling psychologist, a Ph.D. , Psy.D. or Ed.D. degree is required. A Doctor of Philosophy or Doctor of Psychology degree will typically be offered through a university's psychology department, while the Doctor of Education in counseling psychology can be found at a school's college of education. Most of these programs receive accreditation through the American Psychological Association (APA).
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Behavior Modification

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Behavior modification is used to treat a variety of problems in both adults and children. Behavior modification has been successfully used to treat obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), phobias, enuresis (bed-wetting), generalized anxiety disorder , and separation anxiety disorder , among others.
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Behavior modification is based on the principles of operant conditioning, which were developed by American behaviorist B. F. Skinner (1904-1990). Skinner formulated the concept of operant conditioning, through which behavior could be shaped by reinforcement or lack of it. Skinner considered his concept applicable to a wide range of both human and animal behaviors and introduced operant conditioning to the general public in his 1938 book, The Behavior of Organisms.
One behavior modification technique that is widely used is positive reinforcement, which encourages certain behaviors through a system of rewards. In behavior therapy, it is common for the therapist to draw up a contract with the client establishing the terms of the reward system.
Behavior modification-children, therapy, adults, used, Definition, Purpose,  extinction eliminates the incentive for unwanted behavior by withholding the expected response. A widespread parenting technique based on extinction is the time-out, in which a child is separated from the group when he or she misbehaves. This technique removes the expected reward of parental attention. (Cindy Roesinger. Photo Researchers, Inc. Reproduced by permission.)
Another behavior modification technique is negative reinforcement. Negative reinforcement is a method of training that uses a negative reinforcer. A negative reinforcer is an event or behavior whose reinforcing properties are associated with its removal. For example, terminating an existing electric shock after a rat presses a bar is a negative reinforcer.
In addition to rewarding desirable behavior, behavior modification can also discourage unwanted behavior, through punishment. Punishment is the application of an aversive or unpleasant stimulus in reaction to a particular behavior. For children, this could be the removal of television privileges when they disobey their parents or teacher. The removal of reinforcement altogether is called extinction. Extinction eliminates the incentive for unwanted behavior by withholding the expected response. A widespread parenting technique based on extinction is the time-out, in which a child is separated from the group when he or she misbehaves. This technique removes the expected reward of parental attention.
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Neuro-Developmental Therapy

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To define & describe common Neurodevelopmental Behavioral Intellectual Disorders (NDBID) and their prevalence. To understand the neurodevelopmental process in the context of basic science and environmental data. To discuss key epidemiological studies addressing environmental risk factors. To gain insight into environmental neurotoxic potential exposures and complexities of attributing causality.
Descriptions of common Neurodevelopmental Behavioral Intellectual Disorders (NDBID). Brief epidemiology of Neurodevelopmental Behavioral Intellectual Disorders. Summary of neurodevelopmental processes. Discussion of environmental linkages. Impacts of Neurodevelopmental Behavioral Intellectual Disorders and challenges of adequately protecting children.
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Sensory Integration Therapy

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Sensory integration therapy is based on A. Jean Ayres' theory of Sensory Integration. Ayres' Sensory Integration (ASI) is a theory that describes how the neurological process of processing and integrating sensory information from the body and the environment contribute to emotional regulation, learning, behavior, and participation in daily life, empirically derived disorders of sensory integration an intervention approach. "Sensory integration theory is used to explain why individuals behave in particular ways, plan intervention to ameliorate particular difficulties, and predict how behavior will change as a result of intervention". Sensory integration theory originated from the work of A. Jean Ayres, PhD, OTR, an occupational therapist and psychologist, whose clinical insights and original research revolutionized occupational therapy practice with children. Dr. Ayres wrote "Sensory Integration is the organization of sensations for use. Our senses give us information about the physical conditions of our body and the environment around us...The brain must organize all of our sensations if a person is to move and learn and behave in a productive manner".
The neurological process of sensory integration is a "particular way of viewing the neural organization of sensory information for functional behavior". It is studied by different professions on diverse levels (e.g., by occupational therapists as a foundation for occupational performance and participation, by psychologists on a cellular level as Multi-Sensory Integration.
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Physiotherapy

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Physical therapy has many specialties including cardiopulmonary, geriatrics, neurologic, orthopaedic and pediatrics. PTs practice in many settings, such as outpatient clinics or offices, inpatient rehabilitation facilities, skilled nursing facilities, extended care facilities, private homes, education and research centers, schools, hospices, industrial and this workplaces or other occupational environments, fitness centers and sports training facilities.
Physical therapists also practice in non-patient care roles such as health policy, health insurance, health care administration and as health care executives. Physical therapists are involved in the medical-legal field serving as experts, performing peer review and independent medical examinations. Education qualifications vary greatly by country. The span of education ranges from some countries having little formal education to others requiring masters or doctoral degrees.
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Speech Therapy

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In a recent parent-teacher conference, the teacher expressed concern that your child may have a problem with certain speech or language skills. Or perhaps while talking to your child, you noticed an occasional stutter.
Could your child have a problem? And if so, what should you do?
It's wise to intervene quickly. An evaluation by a certified speech-language pathologist can help determine if your child is having difficulties. Speech-language therapy is the treatment for most kids with speech and/or language disorders.
Speech Disorders and Language Disorders
A speech disorder refers to a problem with the actual production of sounds, whereas a language disorder refers to a difficulty understanding or putting words together to communicate ideas.
Speech disorders include
Articulation disorders: difficulties producing sounds in syllables or saying words incorrectly to the point that listeners can't understand what's being said. Fluency disorders: problems such as stuttering, in which the flow of speech is interrupted by abnormal stoppages, repetitions (st-st-stuttering), or prolonging sounds and syllables (ssssstuttering). Resonance or voice disorders: problems with the pitch, volume, or quality of the voice that distract listeners from what's being said. These types of disorders may also cause pain or discomfort for a child when speaking. Dysphagia/oral feeding disorders: these include difficulties with drooling, eating, and swallowing.
Language disorders can be either receptive or expressive
  • Receptive disorders: difficulties understanding or processing language.
  • Expressive disorders: difficulty putting words together, limited vocabulary, or inability to use language in a socially appropriate way.
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Special Education

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Special education is the education of students with special needs in a way that addresses the students individual differences and needs. Ideally, this process involves the individually planned and systematically monitored arrangement of teaching procedures, adapted equipment and materials, accessible settings, and other interventions designed to help learners with special needs achieve a higher level of personal self-sufficiency and success in school and community than would be available if the student were only given access to a typical classroom education. Common special needs include challenges with learning, communication challenges, emotional and behavioral disorders, physical disabilities, and developmental disorders. Students with these kinds of special needs are likely to benefit from additional educational services such as different approaches to teaching, use of technology, a specifically adapted teaching area, or resource room.
Intellectual giftedness is a difference in learning and can also benefit from specialized teaching techniques or different educational programs, but the term "special education" is generally used to specifically indicate instruction of students whose special needs reduce their ability to learn independently or in an ordinary classroom, and gifted education is handled separately. In most developed countries, educators are modifying teaching methods and environments so that the maximum number of students are served in general education environments. Special education in developed countries is often regarded less as a "place" and more as "a range of services, available in every school." Integration can reduce social stigmas and improve academic achievement for many students. The opposite of special education is general education. General education is the standard curriculum presented with standard teaching methods and without additional supports.
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Training For Handwriting Improvement

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  • The Workshop aims at reaching a wide range of students. Usually targeting schools, colleges, teenage groups etc. These workshops are conducted by company certified trainers only.
  • Write Right has designed a program which aims to improve anyone’s handwriting in 7 days. The sample of student’s handwriting is taken in advance before the commencement of the course. The trainers then identify the flaws in his/her handwriting and provide handwriting tips for improvement as per the individual requirements.
  • Methodology
  • Write Right has designed a program which aims to improve anyone’s handwriting in 7 days. The sample of student’s handwriting is taken in advance before the commencement of the course. The trainers then identify the flaws in his/her handwriting and provide handwriting tips for improvement as per the individual requirements.
  • Workshop Objective
  • The main objective of the workshop is to benefit a large number of students and individuals by providing training for handwriting improvement in a short span of 7 days also ensuring penetration of the program at all levels.
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Postural Correction

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The foot is a simple design upon which your body is dependent. The Center for Postural Correction designs and hand crafts custom foot orthotics for the pedestrian as well as athletic performance. The ideal configuration of the foot results in overall configuration of the body. This balance improves your posture and performance reducing mechanical stress and creating more efficient use of your body. We make what we sell. We stand behind what we make. From dress shoes to running shoes, we can improve your performance and reduce your complaint. Our goal is to make every day a better day for you.
Plainly stated, by optimizing performance from its origin, pain and discomfort is reduced. Optimizing foot and structural configuration can reduce foot, knee, hip, back, neck and even TMJ problems. Of great importance is the fact that we can also keep these problems from developing or worsening with the passing of time. We accomplish this by using custom foot orthotics that fit in your shoes and balance your feet and your posture.
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Orthotics Recommendations

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Sometimes a patient's need for custom-made foot orthotics becomes apparent only after an inadequate response to chiropractic care. Some patients, however, reveal an obvious need, and orthotics should be provided early in their care. This will allow a good response to adjustments and prevent frustration all around. What follows are some commonly seen patient characteristics that indicate the need for foot orthotics. Back problems worse with standing, walking, running. When a patient reports a link between locomotor activities and their spinal symptoms, this clearly calls for orthotics to minimize the stress being transmitted from the lower extremities to the spine.
Recurrent ankle sprains. A history of previous sprain injuries to one or both ankles indicates biomechanical instability and probable permanent ligament damage. Custom-made stabilizing orthotics provide the support needed to help prevent re-injury. Family history of foot problems or surgery. A patient who has family members with foot problems and/or surgery has a much higher probability of the same. Fitting for orthotics may prevent these problems from developing and could help the patient avoid surgery.
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Any Disability

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In the field of Learning Disabilities Physiotherapists treat both adults and children (though in some areas children may be seen by generic Paediatric services). The role is wide and varied, and your specialist Physiotherapist will have experience and skills in working with the client group. As the Physical nature of clients difficulties can very greatly, there are many areas the Learning Disability Physiotherapist may advise on. The following is an indication of their area's of work, though not an exhaustive list:
  • A major part of this role is 24-hour posture care, which involves assessment for equipment for optimal positioning day and night, including wheelchairs, Seating, orthotic provision and sleep systems.
  • Another large part of the physiotherapists’ role is management of long-term conditions. This involves education and close links with family and carers to understand the nature of the conditions. This will also entail advice on individual management programmes.
  • On occasion the physiotherapist may recommend specific treatment sessions such as hydrotherapy, rebound therapy and movement techniques.
  • Finally a large part of the specialist Physiotherapists role is to be actively involved in health promotion. This may include walking projects, gym sessions, swimming, cycling groups, horse riding etc. Many Physiotherapists are also involved in multi-disciplinary health screeing to aid early detection and treatment of health problems.
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Attention & Concentration

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  • Damage to the brain may reduce an individual's ability to pay attention or to concentrate, which may impact upon their ability to work, study or even maintain their life at home. However, the injured person may not immediately recognise that their ability to concentrate is any different to what it was prior to the injury.
  • In addition, there may not be any visible signs to alert other people that a problem exists. This often leads to misunderstanding by members of the community who may think a person who has difficulty maintaining attention is lacking intelligence or motivation. This problem is of particular concern with children who return to the classroom after acquiring a brain injury and may be seen as disinterested or lazy students.
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Chennai-600049, Tamil Nadu, India

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