HealYos in association with Sancheti Hospital hosts a one of a kind workshop on surgical management and Physiotherapy Rehabilitation in Trauma for the physiotherapists in the city

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Pune 3 March 2020:  HealYos , a mobile enabled physiotherapy and fitness start up  in association with Sancheti Hospital organised a workshop on surgical management and Physiotherapy Rehabilitation in Trauma at Sancheti Hospital on Saturday . Padma Vibhushan Dr K.H Sancheti, Founder Sancheti Institute of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation and Dr Parag Sancheti Chairman and MD Sancheti Institute of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation , Rupal Sancheti Head Branding and Digital and Director of HealYos were present at the inaugural function. 
Top trauma surgeons  of the city, Dr Chetan Pradhan , Dr Chetan Puram and Dr Atul Patil along with senior physiotherapists  Dr Shraddha Pradhan, Dr Amruta Potdar and Dr Ankita Singh deliberated on various topics with their presentations .
Dr K.H Sancheti – founder president – Sancheti Hospital said that when a person goes through trauma, it is not only his body but also mind which is affected as they don’t know whether the affected body part can resume normal functions. You need to gain the confidence of such patients. So our passion and involvement is a key in physiotherapy treatment of such patients. Physiotherapists must know anatomy of the body and their functions in terms of movement and work towards regaining the function back.
Dr Parag Sancheti, chariman Sancheti hopsital – said that physiotherapy is an integral part of any medical treatment. After any operative procedure, physiotherapy helps gain full range of functions. While spending time with the patients for physiotherapy, apart from exercises, the time should be utilized to converse and develop a connect, so as to understand the patients and motivate them to regain confidence. The workshop was aimed to give a better understanding of what orthopedic surgeons do , so that while doing rehab , physiotherapists understand what surgery has been done , what muscles have been dissected etc.
Rupal Sancheti, director of Healyos said that this was the first time that trauma surgeons and physiotherapists came together on one platform. The whole idea is to improve patient outcomes in terms of restoring full range of movement of the trauma affected part. 
The workshop was focused to bridge the gap between an orthopaedic surgeon and a physiotherapist to promote complete functional well being of a patient.  Key points like the approach of surgery, types of implants and their effect on bone healing, muscles involved or weakened by the surgery and emphasis on establishing communication between the treating surgeon and the physiotherapists where the highlights of this academia.