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      CARE24’s PARALYSIS NURSING CARE SERVICES

      Our caregivers will assist in maintaining the personal hygiene and body functioning of the patient. The caregiver will make sure that the patient’s body movements take place in the right way. 

      The caregiver will ensure that the patient consumes their meals comfortably and if they are suffering from any discomfort from a particular type of foods. Our caregivers will even provide emotional support as the patient could suffer from emotions such as depression, anger, frustrations. 

      Our physiotherapists are specially trained to ensure that after assessing the affected the areas, the patient is provided with the most suitable exercise comfortably at home with the intentions to boost the overall stamina levels of the patient and reduce the recovery period of the patient.

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      Our team has years of specialized experience to provide professional nursing care services.
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      We have a versatile team of certified nurses that specialize in providing professional at-home nursing care.

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      Our nurses and attendants have regular drills to keep ready for all situations.

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      Special Abilities Patient Care

      Our nurses understand that patients with special abilities need special personal attention.

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      Our methods and care plans are thoroughly valuated, and follow the best medical practices and guidelines.

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      Frequently Asked questions

       

      While paralysis can be caused due to various reasons, the most common reasons for the same are any form of injury to the spinal cord or head, stroke and multiple sclerosis.

       

      Home care is a good way of caring for your loved one while also helping them feel comfortable and connected to the family. If you are caring for a loved one at home who is suffering from paralysis, it is very important to take care of various aspects of patient care. Here are some of the most important things you need to keep in mind when caring for a home patient.

      Paralysis can be either localised, where it affects only a certain part of the body, or generalised, where it will affect a bigger part of your loved one’s body.

       

      If your loved one is getting a paralytic attack, here are some of the most common symptoms you may notice:

       

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        Suddenly feel dazed or confused
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        Suddenly feel a weakness in the hands or legs, or in one side of the body
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        Have problems in vision and may see blurry
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        May feel dizzy or even fall down in a fainting spell
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        Have difficulty in movement, coordination or balance
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        Suffer a seizure attack

      Paralysis can happen for a number of reasons, but the most common paralysis causes are as follows:

      1. Spinal cord injury – the nerves inside the spinal cord get damaged.
      2. Stroke – the blood that flows to the brain gets blocked, or a blood vessel inside the brain bursts.
      3. Multiple sclerosis – affects the central nervous system and disables it.
      4. Injury to the brain – causes damage to various important functions such as speech, thought, cognitive abilities, memory and more.

      In addition, here are some more conditions that could put your loved one at risk of paralysis symptoms:

      1. ALS, or Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis – a type of progressive neurological disease. It is also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.
      2. Brachial plexus injuries – when the nerves suffer some damage due to injury.
      3. Cerebral palsy – when there is some abnormal development in the brain, or the brain suffers from some form of damage.
      4. Arteriovenous malformations – types of defects that occur in the circulatory system. These mostly affect unborn babies.
      5. Friedrich’s ataxia – type of inherited disease that causes damage to the nervous system.
      6. Leukodystrophy – type of progressive and inherited disorder. It affects the spinal cord, nerves and brain.
      7. Gulliain-Barre syndrome – the immune system attacks the peripheral nervous system.
      8. Lyme disease – type of bacterial infection that is caused by the bites of some types of ticks.
      9. Muscular dystrophy – causes degeneration in the skeletal muscles.
      10. Spina bifida – type of neural tube defect in which the spinal column cannot close properly.
      11. Post-polio syndrome – type of viral condition where the virus attacks those nerves that control motor function.
      12. Spinal tumours – an abnormal growth in the tissues that impairs function.

      At the moment, there is no cure available for paralysis. While this can be a difficult thing to live with, especially if you or your loved one have suffered a paralytic attack, there are various aids and methods that can bring some improvement in the condition.

       

      Here are some methods that can help to cope better and aid in recovery:

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        Mobility Aids

        Mobility aids will help your loved one movefrom one place to the other. These can beoperated individually, or may require thehelp of a caregiver. Wheelchairs, braces andorthoses are some examples.

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        Assistive Aids

        Assistive aids refer to the different types of technological devices that can help your loved one perform various activities independently. These can also help to improve their mobility and functional skills. Environmental control units and specially adapted computers are some examples.

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        Ways To Manage Pain

        In some cases, your loved one may suffer from nerve damage as a result of paralysis that is caused due to some injury. This happens especially in case of injury to the spinal cord. As a result, your loved one can experience pain in the nerves. Most painkillers will not be effective on neuropathic pain and the doctor may prescribe alternative medicines.

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        Managing Breathing Issues

        Paralysis of the upper neck caused by spinal injury can cause paralysis in the diaphragm. As a result, your loved one can have difficulty in breathing and will require help in the form of a ventilator.

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        Managing Coughing

        Paralysis also causes problems with coughing, when your loved one wants to cough but finds it difficult to do so. This can become a serious health hazard, because when there is a build-up of mucus or secretions in the lungs, it can make the lungs congested and lead to lung infection. A caregiver can help your loved one cough out the mucus. Specialized vests are also available to apply pressure and cause coughing.

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        Managing Muscle Spasm

        Paralysis can cause stiffness and muscle spasms. Muscle relaxants, injectable medicines such as Botox, or intrathecal baclofen therapy can help.

      Even though your loved one may not be able to move certain parts of the body, it is important to have some form of regular exercise. Exercising regularly will help to maintain as well as improve blood circulation and also strengthen the affected muscles. It will also help your loved one to regain balance and motor skills in the areas that are affected.

       

      physiotherapist can:

       

      1. Build a customised exercise and recovery plan based on the patient’s overall condition, symptoms and wounds.
      2. Improve balance.
      3. Teach strengthening exercises.
      4. Care for wounds.
      5. Assess the patient’s bed and help guide for the perfect bed or seat that can help.

      There are various exercises that the physiotherapist will teach your loved one and help them as they perform the same.

       

      Exercises such as hip rotation exercise and its variation, ankle rotation exercise, toe rotation exercise and leg rotation exercise can be extremely beneficial. All these exercises will help to bring back strength in the muscles and can also improve your loved one’s ability to move.

       

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      In addition to the above exercises, a physiotherapist will also help your loved one try out various other forms of exercises. Aerobics exercises will help in the exchange of oxygen to different muscle tissues. It is especially helpful if your loved one suffered the paralysis attack after a stroke. Such exercises will also help to improve sensory motor function in your loved one.

       

      Leg rotation exercises will help your loved one especially if they are suffering from paralysis in the lower limbs. The physiotherapist can also suggest some physical conditioning exercises that can improve your loved one’s overall health, fitness as well as stamina. This will help them perform better while exercising and also speed up the recovery process.

      Home Remedy

      At Care24, we do believe in the importance of home remedies. However, we strongly suggest that you speak to a doctor before using any of the below mentioned home remedies for yourself or your loved ones.

       

      Here are some home remedies that may help to offer relief to a loved one suffering from paralysis:

       

      1.  Take some asparagus leaves, and grind them after cleaning them thoroughly. Apply these on the areas where your loved one experiences pain.
      2. Sauté the leaves of drumsticks in castor oil and apply in the areas where there is pain.
      3. Consuming equal portions of dry ginger powder and black pepper powder mixed with a little honey may provide relief from facial paralysis.
      4. Consuming 1 tsp of flaxseed oil a day may also prevent stroke and a further paralytic attack.

      Due to paralysis, your loved one will not be able to feel any sensation in the affected part. Paralysis can affect one side of the body, a condition known as hemiplegia. If it affects both sides of the body, it is known as diplegia.

      Paralysis can be caused due to various reasons. The most common reasons are any form of injury that your loved one suffers on the spinal cord or head, a stroke, or multiple sclerosis.

      At care24, we offer a host of care services that includes a team of doctors, nurses, attendants, and physiotherapists.

      Benefits of hiring a professional physiotherapist from Care24

      All our physiotherapists are specially trained to make sure your loved one is able to do the right type of exercises in the comfort of his or her home.

      1. The physiotherapist will check the affected areas and suggest the right exercise and therapy plan that will work best for your loved one.
      2. The therapist will first aim to improve your loved one’s overall strength and stamina.
      3. Next, the therapist will help your loved one start with warm-up exercises and move to regular ones that will speed up the recovery process.
      4. Once the therapy sessions come to an end, the therapist will also teach your loved one how to perform the same at home independently.

      Benefits of hiring a professional caregiver from Care24

      All our nurses and attendants are specially trained to make sure your loved one gets the best paralysis care in the comfort of his or her home.

      1. The caregiver will examine the skin and look for signs of bed sores.
      2. Look for ingrown toenails.
      3. Move your loved one every 2 or 3 hours in the day and night to prevent bed sores.
      4. Keep your loved one’s head in an elevated position while sleeping if suggested by the doctor.
      5. Check the mattress at regular intervals and turn or change it if required.
      6. Help to clean your loved one and make sure the areas prone to bed sores are dry and clean.
      7. Give timely medication and inform the medical team as and whenever needed.

      Physiotherapy For Paralysis

      Our physiotherapists are experienced in providing a complete range of physiotherapy services.

       
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          Physiotherapy Services For Paralysis

          Introduction to physiotherapy for paralysis   

           

          Paralysis is the condition where an individual is unable to use muscles in any part of the body and consequently, the individual is unable to move that body part. Impacted people also lose all feelings in the affected area of the body.

           

          The right side of the brain affects the left side of the body and vice versa. The region that gets impacted by paralysis depends on the region impacted by stroke. Paralysis mostly happens due to the damage to the nervous system, particularly the spinal cord. Important causes of paralysis are injury and stroke with a neurological injury. Other causes include Guillain-Barré syndrome, botulism, spina bifida, multiple sclerosis, and poliomyelitis.

           

          The type of paralysis depends upon where the spinal cord has been injured.

           

          • Quadriplegia is paralysis which affects both legs and arms, in addition to the torso and gut.
          • Paraplegia is a type of paralysis that may influence the chest area and affects the thighs, stomach.  
          • Cauda Equina Syndrome is a type of paralysis that affects the nerves in different parts of the body.

           

          Physiotherapy for paralysis patients should be started as soon as possible post a paralytic attack as it helps relax muscles and boosts blood circulation. Additionally, it may also slow the advancement and deterioration due to paralysis. Physiotherapy for paralysis patients enhances muscle tone and the overall well-being of the patient. When a brain has endured external injury, physiotherapy reduces inflammations and aids faster healing.

           

          Physiotherapy treatment for paralysis patients helps assist impacted individuals to stay as portable as possible. The physiotherapist helps work out muscles that are unaffected so that they compensate for those that are impacted and are incapable of movement because of a paralytic stroke. Physiotherapy helps build strength in the impacted muscles and helps preserve strength in the muscles that are not affected. This can help save the limbs from muscular atrophy. Physiotherapy treatment for paralysis patients may be utilized to retrain the nerves and limb muscles. A physical therapist suggests suitable equipment such as braces, canes, or wheelchairs as the case may be.

          Paralysis may be generalized, i.e. impacting a larger area of the body or may be localized, i.e. impacting a small portion of the human body.

           

          Paralysis of the hand – Paralysis of the vocal cords are groups of muscular and tissue used to create language; one cord, so the person can talk but their voice will be hoarse is only affected by paralysis usually

           

          Types of paralysis:

           

          • Monoplegia where a single limb is paralyzed
          • Hemiplegia at which leg and the arm on one side of this body are paralyzed
          • Paraplegia where the two arms are the pelvis, or on occasion paralyzed and a few the body
          • Tetraplegia (also called quadriplegia) here both arms and legs are paralyzed
          • Temporary and permanent paralysis
          • Facial Paralysis is a relatively common cause of paralysis that causes temporary paralysis.
          • Partial or total paralysis

           

          Paralysis can be partial where there’s some feeling and remaining muscle function; for instance, if a person can feel sensations like warmth and cold or move a leg but not the opposite one.

           

          Spastic or flaccid paralysis

           

          Spastic paralysis is where muscles are unaffected, and limbs are also remarkably stiffer displaying spasms and moves aren’t under the control of the spastic paraplegic person

           

          Where muscles unaffected limbs are both feeble and floppy, flaccid; muscles in paralysis can shrivel

           

          Individuals with spastic paralysis can experience muscle fatigue with spasms which are involuntary muscle contractions. People with adrenal cysts frequently experience muscle fatigue without spasms.

           

          In certain circumstances, like cerebral palsy or motor neuron disease, it is likely to encounter episodes of another way around or paralysis accompanied by paralysis.

           

          Causes of Paralysis

           

          The four causes of paralysis are:

           

          • Multiple sclerosis
          • Brain trauma
          • Spinal cord injury
          • Stroke

           

          Stroke

           

          A stroke is a serious medical condition that happens if the blood flow to the brain gets disturbed. The human brain requires a constant supply of blood with nutrients and containing oxygen to operate. Brain tissues start to perish if the blood supply is stopped or restricted which may lead to a stroke.

           

          As it bumps from the skull blood vessels and 20, the face of the brain may bruise or tear. If part of the brain that regulates muscles is damaged through a serious head injury paralysis can happen. Paralysis can be caused by damage to the left side of their brain and damage to the right side of the brain may lead to paralysis.

           

          For instance, the spinal cord and nerve signs, such as sensations pass back into the brain. If the spine or neck is hurt cord can be ruined. This brain might have the ability to transmit signals to the muscles.

           

          If there is an injury to the brain, the higher up the backbone that the injury happens, the worse the paralysis will be. For instance, an injury at the center of the backbone will generally cause paraplegia or paralysis of the lower limbs.

           

          A neck injury, including a broken neck, will often lead to tetraplegia or paralysis in all four limbs, also called quadriplegia, in addition to the reduced lung function, so the individual will have to use a ventilator to breathe. It is estimated that half of all spinal cord injuries occur in those that are between the ages of 16 and 30 years.

           

          Multiple sclerosis

           

          Multiple sclerosis or MS is a state where nerve fibers in the spinal cord become damaged due to the immune system or the body’s natural defense against disease.

           

          The immune system attacks a substance known as myelin, which assists with the transmission of neural signals and surrounds nerve pathways.

           

          In MS, the myelin around fibers becomes ruined, which divides the messages coming to and out of the brain. This can result in paralysis.

          While there are several types of paralysis, recovery for each patient may be different depending on care, sheer luck, and treatment. Even though there are ways the body can be hurt paralysis is split into four groups.

           

          Four kinds of paralysis are:

           

          • Monoplegia – paralysis accompanied by tremors that are involuntary.
          • Hemiplegia – paralysis of the body’s 1 side – arms, face, and legs.
          • Paraplegia – paralysis of the lower half of their human body.
          • Quadriplegia – paralysis of legs and the arms.

           

          Kinds of Paralysis:

           

          • Monoplegia – Monoplegia is paralysis which identifies total or partial loss of motor function in 1 limb. Monoplegia affected individuals to retain control over their body but can’t move a limb or feel sensations in the affected limb.
          • Hemiplegia- An arm and a leg are impacted in this type of paralysis. Those impacted with Hemiplegia start feeling pins and needles, enhancements to muscular fatigue.
          • Paraplegia – Paraplegia is a spinal cord injury which paralyzes the limbs. It’s due to acute damage to the nervous system along with the spinal cord. It affects legs, the trunk, and the area. The individuals feel anything move their legs or can’t walk. Paraplegics can recover some ability to move their limbs with therapy, which works to retrain the brain and spinal cord to work around the constraint.
          • Quadriplegia – Tetraplegia or quadriplegia is a condition where nearly the upper extremities and the lower extremities get paralyzed. Some individuals with quadriplegia regain all working or some, while others retrain their brains and bodies.

          Though no cure for paralysis right now, daily physiotherapy for paralysis patient will help restore motion and feeling in the impacted limb to such an extent that if paralysis is caused due to factors such as stroke or a transient ischemic attack, treating the cause of paralysis can restore in the affected body area.

           

          Physiotherapy is laborious and slow, but it may help recover motion in the paralyzed limb. Physiotherapy is a mixture of science and art between schooling, healing tasks that are physical processes and massage. Below are a few therapy methods and approaches utilized by specialist physiotherapists :

           

          • Manual Treatment – This creates the foundation of the physiotherapy strategy. Therapy treatments is made up of deep or gentle tissue massage, gentle muscle or joint stretches and mobilization or manipulation tendon or fascia work, strapping.
          • Exercises – Exercises can also be utilized to rehabilitate and strengthen joints, bones, tendons, joints, and ligaments after an accident or to repair muscle imbalances to optimize biomechanics. The exercises are particular to their requirements and are assessed and improved with improving flexibility and strength as your body reacts. Exercises need to be repeated for a variety of weeks.
          • Education – it is one of the most significant resources of rehab. Education allows you to understand and handle your own injury to accomplish recovery and in addition, it assists in preventing the recurrence of injury.
          • Acupuncture – Acupuncture is a highly effective treatment utilized to modulate pain and quicken and boost the body’s natural recovery procedure. It is employed in a gentle and safe way for joint muscle stiffness and difficulties or pain. Acupuncture is conducted along with other techniques.

           

          Physiotherapy can help improve blood circulation and relax muscles and slowdowns the advancement of paralysis. We know that afflicted by trauma and pain makes it hard to get to a rehab facility for therapy we’ll bring you personally our group of therapists that are rehabilitative. Care24 group of rehab therapists can assist you or your relative with their freedom and alleviate pain. 

          Treating the cause of paralysis restores mobility in the affected body area. Nonetheless, it’s essential that physiotherapy should start at the earliest possible moment. It will aid in relaxing the muscles at the patient and improving blood circulation.

           

          Daily physiotherapy helps restore sensation and movement in the affected limbs to a great extent. It also helps to maintain and build strength in the affected muscles. While the limbs are recovering, physiotherapy helps in retraining the nerves and muscles.

           

          How long does healing take?

           

          The physiotherapy process relies on treating not only the impacted leg or arm but the entire body. A good deal of time is spent knowing the correct location of the body as well as limbs while the individual is restricted to a seat or the bed.

           

          Whenever the individual is moved, whether to move the patient in the bed into a chair or a commode or whether to flip the individual at the bed, it needs to be performed based on a carefully worked out routine that is essential and the limbs must be set in correct position whenever the position of the individual is changed.

          Based on the type of need, it requires quite a few weeks or even months for you to recover. You are helped by our physiotherapist with exercises which stimulates tissues and the cells that have been injured for aiding recovery.

           

          The physiotherapists help with stretching exercises and offer recovery programs in accordance with the kind of injury, in order to facilitate recovery. She will also guide you in educating you to take care of yourself.

           

          Therefore, if you are looking for an excellent physiotherapist or a good nurse, simply reach out to Care24’s world-class physiotherapy treatment in your home’s comfort.

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          Frequently Asked questions

          • When recovering from an illness or surgery, you look forward to returning to your own home and recuperating in an environment where you are comfortable, relaxed and safe. This is made possible with our in-home nursing services.
          • Care needs of those who are advanced in age and are unable to take care of themselves can be an overwhelming task for the rest of the family members. This often leads to the thought that a nursing home/care home is the only practical option left.
          • Complex care needs might make one want to consider moving to a nursing home to recover under the watch of trained professionals. Our in-home nursing services can help you recover in the comfort of your own home.
            Our in-home nursing services will help smoothen-out the transition from Hospital to Home
          • Recovery in familiar surroundings, surrounded by family, is proven to be quicker
          • Our nurses take care of your complex needs while helping you maintain your independence, lifestyle and daily routine.
          • Home care nursing helps those advanced in age too; for them home is where all their memories are, where their children and grand-children live. It is the place they feel needed and loved.
            With our home care nursing services, you can provide the best care for your loved one in the family home, without making any extra demands of your family members.

          Care24’s trained nurses provide high quality home care nursing services for hospital like care at home. Whether you are looking for simple support in doing everyday tasks when recovering or need complex care that can be daunting for family members to undertake. Our nurses are highly trained medical professionals capable of providing hospital-like care in the comfort of your own home.

          Our nurses are experienced in providing a complete range of nursing care specializations:

          • Taking medicines on time, monitoring blood pressure and other vitals, and fixing a diet plan
          • Oral and personal hygiene, feeding and bathroom assistance, or assistance with mobility
          • Caring and dressing wounds, handling IV infusions and other medical equipment, emptying catheter bags, colostomy bags and bed pans
          • Our nurses (females) or brothers (males) are highly qualified, experienced, and capable of providing hospital like nursing care in the comfort of your own home. All our Nurses go through a rigorous background check, a written exam and trained in all medical procedures that are listed below to ensure you get expert & professional in-home nursing services.
          • Our Nurses are medically qualified with BSc, GNM, or ANM degrees, and many years of experience with leading hospitals. Since each case is unique and may require specific skills, we also ensure that we identify and deploy which nurse will be best for your need.
          • Our nurses and brothers are discreet, and sensitive to the emotional and physical needs of the patient and other family members. Our Nurses are familiar with following a physician’s instructions when caring for a patient and empathic to offer encouragement and support to those who require our nursing care services.

          You can fill a request form on our website or download our app and simply click a button to request a Nurse.

          Provide us with medical details of the patient who needs nursing care, the tasks the nurse needs to do, the duration for which you need our in-home nursing services and your preferences of gender or language if any.

          Our team will connect with you to confirm your requirement and send a nurse to take care of the patient. All our nurses are uniformed and carry identification to help you know that you are indeed letting a trained professional from Care24 into your home.