What does Lalitha Lalithas four-season physiotherapy and nutrition care look like?
Lalithakas four season physiotherapy is aimed at easing the discomfort associated with joint pain, arthritis and osteoarthritis.
The practice involves inserting small needle-like devices into the joints, allowing the body to heal without the use of medicines.
Lalithaks health minister, Dr. L. S. Jeyarajan, has also been known to offer his services to people with diabetes.
Dr. Jayarajani said his team of physiotherapists are trained to offer the same treatment as his team at other hospitals in the state.
Dr Jayari also has an online platform called www.lalitavisiotherapy.com where he posts updates on his patients’ progress.
Dr Jayarajane has also developed a device called a ‘knees-in-a-cup’ for patients with arthritis.
The device is a small, rectangular device with a plastic tube attached to the back of the neck.
When the patient is walking, the device gently presses against the back, making the pain go away.
The device has a battery life of about eight hours and has a comfortable shape.
Dr S. P. Nandakumar, a professor of medicine at Jawaharlal Nehru University, said the device can help people with osteoarthropathy, arthritis, osteoedema and other conditions.
The devices also help patients with depression, he added.
According to Dr Jeyari, his patients have been using the device for two to three months.
He said Lalithakhas doctors also treat patients with chronic diseases like diabetes, arthritis or diabetes complications, as well as those who have been suffering from depression.
The state government also recently announced the formation of a special clinic for chronic diseases.
He has also written a book on his services, called A-Hikaryas Four-Season Physiotherapy.
The author has been working in the field of physiography for a few years now.