Geriatric Care Services Research and Training Centre (GRTC), is a response to the emerging health care needs of the elderly has been able to evolve a dynamic care service system for addressing Alzheimer and related dementia problems, stroke, paralysis and spinal code injured. Located in Pitampura, the Centre is Spacious and with Large Garden Providing Spaces for Elderly to Entertain and rejuvenate themselves. The Ambience is warm and caring: Design to make Elders feel at ease
GRTC (Geriatric care Services Research and training Centre) Parmarth Mission Hospital Pitampura).
We Provide Day Care and Physiotherapy treatment for Stroke and Elderly Patients.
Joints pain Physiotherapy programme on Sehat live by Dr Naresh Kumar (PT)
Mr. B.B. Agneesh a 65 year old male living in Pitampura, New Delhi who had a stroke last year and treated by various Neurologist and Physiotherapy doctors from last one year at his home. One of old patient of Dr Naresh recommended him to GRTC
2.Resume Activity of daily living
3.Resume his occupation as early as possible
Plan of Care:
1.Therapeutic exercises, including activities to increase Left shoulder ROM; strengthening of L side
2.Functional strength training and motor relearning program regain his movement
3.Functional training to improve sitting and standing mobility; posture transitions, and gait
4.Balance activities in all postures
5.Biofeedback training to reduce tightness or spasticity
6.Patient/caregiver education on home preparation and exercise
Mr. Agneesh has now been receiving rehabilitation for 10 weeks and is progressing well. Integrated approach of treatment in GRTC helped the patient to be independent and improving scope for good rehabilitation in the days to come. Physiotherapist has been doing regular assessment of the patient and designed different exercise protocol needed for activity of daily living and continuous treatment of more than 4hrs a day.
Stroke Case Study 1
Mr Mahender Singh, an 80 year old male living with his son in Burari Delhi was admitted to Jaipur Golden Hospital on 12th July 2015 with sudden onset of left sided weakness. After clinically stable he was discharged from hospital. Dr KK Jindal Neurologist referred Mr. Mahender to GRTC for Rehabilitation
•Resume Activity of daily living and gain independence
•Walk Up and down the Stairs for arrangement of granddaughter’s wedding in 3 months
Plan of Care:
•Therapeutic exercises, including activities to increase Left shoulder ROM; strengthening of L side
•Functional training to improve bed mobility; posture transitions, and gait
•Balance activities in all postures
•Patient/caregiver education on home preparation and exercise
Mahender Singh has now been receiving rehabilitation for 6 weeks and daily treatment of more than 4 hrs. He is progressing well and gained ability to walk, perform activities of daily living with minimal assistance.
Integrated approach of treatment by GRTC made patient gain improvement in six weeks and will be recovering within the next six weeks. GRTC has been providing him free treatment and free transportation so that he is able to get treatment on a daily basis.