Dr. Syed Fatir Faheem

MPT (Orthopedic & Sports Medicine)
Osmani General Hospital Fitness and
Rehabilitation Specialist

Physiotherapy &
Rehabilitation Center

Step into a pain free future

Our Services

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Osted Arthritis
(Knee Pain)

Cervical Spondylosis
(Neck Pain)

P.A. Shoulder
(Shoulder Pain)

Calcanial Spur
(Heel Pain)

Back Pain


Cerebral Palsy

Nerve Injury

Wrist Drop,
Foot Drop

Facial Palsy

Bell's Palsy


Joint Pain

Muscular Pain



What can we do for you?

We take care of your problem and we can make you happy like never before.

Neck and shoulder pain

Neck and shoulder pain is usually the result of strains and sprains from overexertion or bad posture. Sometimes this pain will go away on its own. Stretching and strengthening exercises can also treat the pain. Sometimes neck and shoulder pain is due to a fracture in the bones of your shoulder. The severity of the pain will usually alert you that you need to seek medical help.

In very rare cases, it can be referred pain from causes such as gallstones or cancer. Two emergency conditions — heart attack and stroke — can also cause sudden neck and shoulder pain. These need to be treated immediately. Neck injuries aren’t often the first concern after a concussion, but neck pain is a common issue. Neck injuries may complicate your recovery and could lead to long lasting issues.

Back Pain

Back pain can happen when mechanical or structural problems develop in the spine, discs, muscles, ligaments, or tendons in the back, or compress a nerve.


an injury to the ligaments that support thes pine (which connect the different bones together), often occurring from twisting or lifting improperly.


a vertebra in the spine slips out of place or gradually moves out of alignment. Spinal stenosis: a narrowing of the spinal canal that puts pressure on the spinal cord and nerves.

Degenerative disc disease

aging causes the discs between the vertebrae of the spine to break down. It is associated with other degenerative changes in the spine, such as arthritis or spinal stenosis.

Herniated or ruptured discs

an event causing a disc to compress and irritate nearby nerves. This often occurs at the lumbar level but can be present in the cervical spine as well.

Myofascial pain

tightness and pain of the muscles supporting the spine due to damage to the muscles or a result of the nerve input to the muscles coming from the spine.


an injury to a muscle or tendon.

Fractured vertebrae

Scoliosis or other congenital changes to the spine.

Knee pain

Knee pain is a common complaint that affects people of all ages. Knee pain may be the result of an injury, such as a ruptured ligament or torn cartilage. Medical conditions — including arthritis, gout and infections — also can cause knee pain.

Many types of minor knee pain respond well to self-care measures. Physical therapy and knee braces also can help relieve pain. In some cases, however, your knee may require surgical repair.

Spinal cord injury (SCI)

It is the injury of the spinal cord from the foramen magnum to the cauda equina which occurs as a result of compulsion, incision or contusion. The most common causes of SCI in the world are traffic accidents, gunshot injuries, knife injuries, falls and sports injuries. There is a strong relationship between functional status and whether the injury is complete or not complete, as well as the level of the injury. The results of SCI bring not only damage to independence and physical function, but also include many complications from the injury. Neurogenic bladder and bowel, urinary tract infections, pressure ulcers, orthostatic hypotension, fractures, deep vein thrombosis, spasticity, autonomic dysreflexia, pulmonary and cardiovascular problems, and depressive disorders are frequent complications after SCI. SCI leads to serious disability in the patient resulting in the loss of work, which brings psychosocial and economic problems.

The treatment and rehabilitation period is long, expensive and exhausting in SCI. Whether complete or incomplete, SCI rehabilitation is a long process that requires patience and motivation of the patient and relatives. Early rehabilitation is important to prevent joint contractures and the loss of muscle strength, conservation of bone density, and to ensure normal functioning of the respiratory and digestive system. An interdisciplinary approach is essential in rehabilitation in SCI, as in the other types of rehabilitation. The team is led by a physiatrist and consists of the patients’ family, physiotherapist, occupational therapist, dietician, psychologist, speech therapist, social worker and other consultant specialists as necessary.

Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s disease is a progressive disorder that is caused by degeneration of nerve cells in the part of the brain called the substantia nigra, which controls movement. These nerve cells die or become impaired, losing the ability to produce an important chemical called dopamine. Studies have shown that symptoms of Parkinson’s develop in patients with an 80 percent or greater loss of dopamine-producing cells in the substantia nigra.

Normally, dopamine operates in a delicate balance with other neurotransmitters to help coordinate the millions of nerve and muscle cells involved in movement. Without enough dopamine, this balance is disrupted, resulting in tremor (trembling in the hands, arms, legs and jaw); rigidity (stiffness of the limbs); slowness of movement; and impaired balance and coordination – the hallmark symptoms of Parkinson’s.

The cause of Parkinson’s essentially remains unknown. However, theories involving oxidative damage, environmental toxins, genetic factors and accelerated aging have been discussed as potential causes for the disease. In 2005, researchers discovered a single mutation in a Parkinson’s disease gene (first identified in 1997), which is believed responsible for five percent of inherited cases.


Geriatric Rehabilitation (GR)

Geriatric Rehabilitation (GR) is defined as ‘a multidimensional approach of diagnostic and therapeutic interventions, the purpose of which is to optimize functional capacity, promote activity and preserve functional reserve and social participation in older people with disabling impairments’

Sports Rehabilitation

Sports Rehabilitation is the process of deciding when an injured player may safely return to practice or competition. Injuries can occur in any sporting activity, and sports injury rehabilitation is a very important part of the athletes sport life.Some examples of this type of training include plyometrics, agility, drills, and sport-specific activities. A well-crafted rehabilitation program can help an athlete get better in more ways than one, such as: Facilitating tissue repair by reducing scar tissue. Increasing mobility through ligament and muscle stretching.


Pediatric rehabilitation

Pediatric rehabilitation includes physical, occupational, and speech therapy and utilization of assistive devices and/or medications to reduce elevated tone and facilitate postural alignment.

Principles of Pediatric Neurorehabilitation
Pediatric rehabilitation has several guiding principles based upon the nature of recovery and reorganization mechanisms, as well as the age and developmental level of the patients requiring treatment.


Ergonomics is often defined as quantifying and improving the “fit” between the human and the system, often in the workplace, and generally considering the industrial worker as the population of interest, with a goal of reducing the potential for musculoskeletal disorders.


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Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation Center

9-4-84/15 Plot No 15, 3rd floor,
Nanalnagar X Rd, opp. Olive Hospital,
Rethibowli, Mehdipatnam,
Hyderabad, Telangana 500008

Phone: +814 220 1133

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