Physiotherapy Rehabilitation services cover in-patient, outpatient, Emergency and Day Care patients. The services are available seven days a week in all the hospital wards. Treatment modalities include electrotherapy, manual therapy, acupuncture, cupping, reflexology, neuro-rehabilitation, cardiac rehabilitation, respiratory, paediatric rehabilitation, women’s health, sports injury and public health education. Occupational Therapy services include home modifications, adaptive devices, splinting, and help to improve oral motility, cognitive skills and to overcome learning disabilities. In paediatrics, problems such as posture (proper seating), mobility (wheelchair and mobility devices), activities of daily living (adaptive devices), deformities (splinting), hyperactivity and sensory concentration and coordination integration dysfunction and dysphagia (feeding and eating troubles) are tackled to bring the child's development to as normal a level as possible. Speech and Language Therapy services provide assessments, management and treatment for a wide range of causes related to hearing impairment; cognitive, or other developmental delays; birth defects such as cleft lip and/or palate; motor planning problems; dysphagia; traumatic brain injury; neurological problems affecting communication, or voice disorders.