Each year, the number of people diagnosed with diabetes increases significantly, and the process of monitoring patients requires the involvement of a complex team, made up of a nutritionist and diabetes specialist, psychologist, orthopedist, optometrist and physiotherapist in Dwarka, to ensure a quality of life as high as possible.
When the symptoms of diabetes are ignored, severe complications can arise such as: neuropathy, nephropathy, circulation problems, osteoporosis, skin infections or even loss of vision. If there is a diagnosis for this condition or if the patient is at high risk of developing it, physiotherapy is recommended, among other treatments.
Physiotherapy in Dwarka plays an extremely important role in the treatment of this disease, but also in its prevention.
It improves insulin efficiency, facilitates weight control, lowers blood pressure and, by default, the risk of cardiovascular disease, decreases stress and tension. In the case of diabetes, studies carried out among patients in Romania show that, out of the total number of people diagnosed, almost 15% suffer from foot ulcers and 3.6% suffer from amputations.
From prevention to treatment of complications, the whole process of managing diabetes is carefully supervised by physiotherapist in Delhi. Through various exercise programs, physiotherapy can help balance cholesterol and insulin levels. Each specific case is designed with a specific exercise program for strengthening muscles and circulation in certain problem areas, such as the legs. Musculoskeletal symptoms in patients with this condition are quite common, through manifestations such as diabetic amyotrophy – a type of neuropathy that prevents the normal use of the musculature. Sciatica or carpal syndrome are also side effects of diabetes. To improve the musculoskeletal and neurological functions,
Through physiotherapy, patients are helped to maintain their blood sugar control. Not only that, but regular exercise can reduce the need for medication, and some people even manage to control their body well enough to avoid insulin therapy.