Manipur’s only government-run hospital is the one that delivers high-quality physiotherapy.
The facility has been receiving over 60 patients daily for the last three years.
The hospital’s patients include patients with cancer, rheumatoid arthritis and other ailments.
“The physiotherapy is done by chiropractors in a team,” said Vyas, who is a member of the hospital’s staff.
“Chiropractors have the expertise and the knowledge.
They know the right angles to push on the spinal joint and they know how to massage the spinal column.”
Chiractors work in a very safe environment, with no injuries.
They are trained in the right way to handle patients, and they work well in the hot and humid conditions of Manipur.
“I have seen patients in their 40s, 50s and 60s, and I have seen many patients in the 70s, 80s, 90s. “
We have been getting about 70 patients in three years,” he said.
“I have seen patients in their 40s, 50s and 60s, and I have seen many patients in the 70s, 80s, 90s.
“They are happy to see us and they want to give us their best wishes,” he added.”
Chiro Vyasi is a vice president of Manipura’s Chiropractic Association. “
They are happy to see us and they want to give us their best wishes,” he added.
Chiro Vyasi is a vice president of Manipura’s Chiropractic Association.
“Every year we receive about 200 patients from all over the country.
The last year was even more than 200,” he claimed.
“Some of our patients are in their 80s and 90s, who have been undergoing treatment for almost 30 years.
We have seen them in their 60s and 70s with low-level pain.
But we have been treating them with the same physiotherapy techniques that we have seen before, and the patients have been happy to give their best wish.”
Manipur, Manipur hospital’s physiotherapy facility has received over 60 people daily for three yearsSource: Independent Manipur Hospital has received more than 60 patients in just three yearsThe facility has a large number of physiotherapy facilities in the state, Vyasar said.
However, this is the first time a hospital in Manipur has become the main centre for physiotherapy for the community, he said, adding that other centres are working with patients to make it more accessible.
The hospital’s facility is called the National Chirurgic Centre, which means “National Chirurgeon’s Centre” in the English language, according to a website run by Manipura Chirural Society.
The website also states that it provides physiotherapy services at a free-of-charge.
Vyase has been a physiotherapist in Manipura for over 20 years.
“During my career I have worked at many hospitals.
I have been a clinician for two years and am currently a medical assistant at a private clinic,” he explained.
“At the moment I am working at the National Hospital, which has a high capacity of 100 patients.
We also have a physiotherapy clinic. “
Our facility is very efficient and has high-caliber physiotherapy equipment, and it has also a well-trained staff.
The staff members are also trained to provide the correct angle to push and massage. “
A team of physiotherapists can provide physiotherapy as well as massage therapy.
The staff members are also trained to provide the correct angle to push and massage.
We use the same technique for patients who have low-angle pain,” Vyasis added.
The Manipur Institute of Chiropodists, a government-funded institute for the health and rehabilitation of patients with spinal disorders, was set up by the government of Manipuria in 2002.
It is responsible for providing physiotherapy treatment in the community through a group of volunteers, who are all trained to give the best physiotherapy possible.
“Patients have to go through an hour-long course and have their physiotherapy and massage performed at the institute every day,” Vysas said.
The institute’s physiotherapeutic centre in Manipuri.
It provides physiotherapy services at free-costSource: Manipur University of Medical Sciences/Facebook”Chyro Vysa is a resident of Manipural village and works as a physioanalytic specialist.
He said that the Manipuri Chiruru has been running physiotherapy clinics for the past two years.
Manipur is the only state in India with a government hospital for physiothermics, Vysasa added.
Manipura has over 6,000 physiotherpters who are trained to perform physiotherapy on patients in Manipuras hospitals.
The institute provides physiopharmacy services at the cost of Rs 5,000 per day.
Manipural is the second largest state in the country after Manipur in terms of number of people enrolled in physiotherapy institutes.