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Vian Physiotherapy Clinic: Bringing Life Back on Track with Condition-Based Treatment

Vian Physiotherapy Clinic: Bringing Life Back on Track with Condition-Based Treatment

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Dr. Vijitha Jayan,,OwnerOut of all the wonders of the world, the human body is the greatest masterpiece of the creator. Movement & locomotion being the greatest virtue of all enables us to feel the touch of soil, run from danger, dance in the rain and much more. However, a slight dysfunctioning of these can be catastrophic, taking the form of pain or paralysis or paresis, jeopardizing the normal flow of life and posing a big question mark to the patients and their caregivers. Rising to the occasion with a ray of hope is Vian Physiotherapy Clinic (VPC), the only clinic in Noida truly catering to the needs of people depended on activities of daily living due to stroke, spinal cord injury, neurological deficits, and musculo skeletal issues, with a comprehensive, tailor-made, and research-based treatment protocol ensuring maximum benefits.

Assured Quality, Quantity, & Value for Money
In a time when treatment protocols are clipped to the hands of a clock with the notion that 45 minutes is all it takes to assuage a patient’s pain, VPC is breaking the shackles with a condition-based treatment design (dismissing the time-based protocols) that gets
to the root of the issue entailing both pain management and manual therapy. Recent cases wherein the clinic successfully reversed the condition of osteoarthritis patients who were recommended compulsory knee replacement surgery are a reflection of the quality, quantity, and value for money maintained by clinical care as compared to the hospital care. The clinic happily encourages any caregiver/family member to accompany the patient comprehending the amicable assistance assured by them (going to washroom, feeding, and diaper changing).

Comfort is not luxury but a privilege at VPC, which is why we have a wheelchair accessible center at the disposal of our mobility dependent patients, so that they can easily be brought in from the entrance till the treatment area

“Comfort is not luxury but a privilege at VPC, which is why we have a wheelchair accessible center at the disposal of our mobility dependent patients, so that they can easily be brought in from the entrance till the treatment area,” proudly avers Dr. Vijita Jayan (Owner) elucidating how VPC is the only private service provider in Noida with this facility. It succors the patients to take full advantage of extensive clinical rehabilitation program rather than being restricted to home treatments which in turn results in free and fast recovery. Further, the washrooms at the clinic are all well-equipped with mobility
assisted units like bars and handle to hold on without compromising the safety of patients.

Unlike other clinics that impede with the alleviation of pain, VPC zeroes-in the maximum independence of its patients in the best possible time by filling the gap between acute care and the future road to recovery with its extensive treatment regimes under its four-hour Neuro Rehabilitation program. Gait training, hand rehabilitation, and overall improvement in activities of daily lives are the main focus of the first-of-its-kind complete rehabilitation program in Noida. Apart from these, the clinic is also committed to providing speech & language therapy for misarticulation, cleft lip & palate, intellectual disability, autism, and so on to children and adults in need.

A team of highly-qualified professionals led by Dr. Vijita (a seasoned physiotherapist with 10+ years of experience) has empowered VPC to attain corporate alliances with Aditya Birla Health Insurance Company, Cricket Academy of Pathans, and other corporate sectors for various Physiotherapy needs. Fostering a friendly work-culture, VPC ensures that the treatment sessions are interactive and the patients are actively involved. Even though a startup, the clinic has managed threefold revenue growth and aims to become a benchmark in the field by setting up a rehabilitation unit of international standard (like Kessler or Chicago Institute of Rehabilitation) and are also in the process of devising a disability-friendly transport system.