For many people whose bodies have been wracked by COVID-19, the road to recovery is just beginning once they leave the hospital or recovering at home.
There are many issues COVID-19 patients face after recovering from the virus that can range from physical to mental ill-health. The Shalby Institute of Rehabilitation Science (SIRS)’s new COVID-19 Rehab Recovery Program focuses on the unique needs of patients who have recovered from COVID-19.
After prolonged hospitalization or weeks on a ventilator, COVID-19 survivors may have difficulty walking, climbing stairs, breathing, talking, swallowing, or performing other daily tasks that most people take for granted. In addition, periods of long isolation along with facing a life-threatening illness can result in anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Starting a rehab program soon after COVID-19 recovery can help these patients get back to their normal lives and activities much sooner than otherwise.
At Shalby Institute of Rehabilitation Science (SIRS) rehabilitation professionals are skilled in treating all aspects of assistive recovery from COVID-19.
“We are grateful for the front-line medical care providers for the critical role they played in saving these patients’ lives. The surge of patients has now moved to rehabilitation care units.
The program will initially be available at all Units of Shalby Hospitals at Ahmedabad with plans to spread across the country.
To get more information and appointment, please call 99242 33369.
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