Dr Fazal helps a patient exercise through a Redcord Therapy machine.
Jamil Khan, Senior Reporter
Professional healthcare experts in any society with the heart of serving the community always make a difference. Dr Majida Fazal, Senior Physiotherapist at Pakistan Medical Center is one of them as she makes life easier for many community members suffering with different stress related muscular issues.
“Physiotherapy is a very vital role in rehabilitation of a patients especially one who had any accidents. Since the opening of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Centre in Pakistan Medical Centre six months ago we are receiving patients suffering from stress or muscular issues due sitting or being engaged in one particular position for a long time as well as some who are recovering from the recent accidents.
This was stated by Dr Majida Fazal, Senior Physiotherapist in an interview with the Gulf Today.
“With the addition of the latest Redcord Therapy machine we are now serving our community much better. We started appointments for this machine last week and so far the response from our patients is satisfactory as they are feeling improvement on a daily basis, “ she said.
She further mentioned that the above mentioned machines are not being used by many physiotherapy and rehabilitation centers as it is costly and one can not use without proper training.
Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation center at the Pakistan Medical Center has two full-time GP, two dentists, conducting tests as well as installed a latest European system of Redcord Therapy. “We recently introduced many latest methods in the physiotherapy field besides installed this machine as this Redcord Therapy is not new in the UAE but not very limited. The major benefit of this equipment is that we can treat any patient of all ages as one can with guidance can exercise to improve his muscle strength, flexibility or any issue. Young people with normal body can improve their core while adults make strong their bodies to use of this machine,” she said. The rehabilitation centre with its all facilities deal with patients of different types of muscle problems, sports injuries, people had recent accidents, neuro cases, patients with post surgery cases and others.
The PMC is a welfare project of Pakistan Association Dubai (PAD) with the aim of providing latest healthcare services to its community residing in Dubai and Northern Emirates on nominal fees.
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