The Department of Preventive & Rehabilitation Medicine


Our constant endeavor is early detection of functional and physiological disabilities in patients using well designed and applied interventions. The ultimate goal is to restore optimal function at the earliest and the reintegration of patients in their social set up.

  • Cardiac Rehabilitation

    Cardiac Rehabilitation program is designed to promote health and wellness in a person with Coronary Heart Disease and other heart related conditions; to decrease morbidity and mortality and improve a variety of clinical and behavioral outcomes, including quality of life.

  • Pulmonary Rehabilitation

    Pulmonary Rehabilitation provides standard care for wide spectrum of lung disorders (asthma, COPD, ILD, bronchiectasis etc.). It is a comprehensive program which includes education and counseling, breathing retraining, pranayama-yoga, facilitating removal of lung secretions with physical maneuvers and advanced devices, physical reconditioning, and behavioral and social adjustments. The therapy may be aided with supplemental oxygen if required. The ultimate goal is to improve the overall quality of life.

  • Neurological Rehabilitation

    Neurological Rehabilitation is an active and dynamic process by which a person suffering from a nervous system injury/disorder (brain, spinal cord or nerves) is helped to acquire knowledge and skills in order to maximize physical, psychological and social function which in turn improves the quality of life. The aim of neuro-rehab is to reduce impairment; promote adaptation through acquisition of new skills or strategies; and reduce disability by working to remove social and physical barriers in the environment that inhibits participation.

  • Orthopedics Rehabilitation

    Orthopedic Rehabilitation aims at alleviating pain and improving strength and range of motion, as well as to enhance neuromuscular control in acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions. It has great value in early recovery and functional restoration post-operatively for knee and hip replacements, in spinal surgeries and other such orthopedic operative procedures. The rehab makes use of advanced manual therapy techniques, advanced electrotherapy equipments, therapeutic exercises, hydrotherapy, and other treatment modalities.

  • Pediatric Rehabilitation

    Pediatric Rehabilitation helps in early detection and in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of neonates, infants, children, and adolescents with a variety of congenital, developmental, neuromuscular, skeletal, or acquired disorders/diseases. Treatments focus on achievement of age appropriate milestones (like head holding, sitting, standing and so on) and improving hand function, balance, coordination, strength, and endurance as well as cognitive and sensory processing/integration so as to gain maximum independence in the daily activities, enhance school performance and improve quality of life.

  • Sports Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation

    Sports Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation involves a multidisciplinary approach to prevent and treat injuries sustained through sports participation. The essential components of sports rehab include assessment of body mechanics, flexibility, agility, strength, endurance and power of a sportsperson. In addition, it also involves a complete analysis of nutrition, sports equipment and field conditions on the basis of which an individualized program is constructed. The aim of the program is to facilitate prevention as well as early return to the game post injury.

  • Rehabilitation in Burns and Surgical Conditions

    Rehabilitation in Burns and Surgical Conditions includes post operative rehabilitation after any surgical intervention to prevent post surgical complications and restore normal function as soon as possible.

  • Rehabilitation in Women's Health

    Women's health being an important issue, the department provides Antenatal and Postnatal exercise program (exercise program during and after pregnancy). Other women's issues addressed in the department are menopause, osteoporosis, incontinence, uterine prolapse, rectal prolapse, post-hysterectomy status as well as other health concerns.

  • Geriatric Rehabilitation

    Geriatric Rehabilitation includes the maintenance and restoration of physical and psychological health necessary for independent living and functional self-sufficiency of an individual in their advancing age.

  • Obesity Management

    Obesity is the root cause of many ailments with high risk for cardiovascular and orthopedic conditions. Such persons can be benefitted by individualized nutritional and exercise programs. Expert advice on weight management along with state-of-the-art technological support is provided to improve fitness and quality of life.

  • Corporate Health

    With the advent of the new age corporate culture, there is tremendous pressure on achieving targets and bottom-lines with a resultant increase in level of stress, nutritional fall outs, lack of adequate physical activity, etc. The outcomes are on a severe rise in the incidences of chronic diseases like high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity, and heart disease. The young age group is also not spared due to the altered lifestyle.


    At SevenHills Hospital, the department of Preventive and Rehabilitation Medicine works at promoting awareness on risk factors that lead to the onset of chronic diseases and their early prevention. The aim is to prevent onset chronic diseases. The ultimate benefit of which lies not just with the individual but is also felt in their social environment at the level of a person's community as well as the organization, in terms of lesser economic burden, better productivity, and enhanced health.

    Corporate Health Promotion Program Includes :

    • Health awareness talks
    • Fitness workshops
    • Risk assessment
    • Individualized program prescription including exercise and diet
    • Monitored and well-structured long-term fitness programs