Neuro Rehabilitation Centre

At IMS’s Neuro Rehabilitation Centre (NRC) within Green Memorial Hospital, Manipay, we’ve been dedicated to serving patients with neurological disorders since 2014. NRC specializes in treating and rehabilitating individuals affected by disabilities resulting from conditions such as cerebral vascular accidents, serious head injuries, spinal cord injuries, and other complex orthopedic or medical conditions impacting the nervous system.

Our Facilities:
– Inpatient & Outpatient Rehabilitation Services
– 24-Hour Medical & Nursing Facilities
– Multidisciplinary Team Approach
– Physiotherapy, Speech Therapy, and Counseling Services
– Referrals to Consultants & Specialists
– Orthopedic and General Surgery Clinics by Consultants
– OPD Physiotherapy Services

We operate under the Institute of Medical Sciences Trust and boast a dedicated team including physiotherapists, speech and language therapists, nutritionists, rehabilitation nurses, psychological counselors, and community-based rehabilitation officers. Our goal is to provide expert intervention to help individuals return to their homes, families, work, and community activities as early as possible.

Additionally, IMS offers both free and paid services. Patients in need of free services, who truly deserve them and cannot afford them, may request assistance with supporting recommendations from their referring consultants or government authorities.

Recent expansions include orthopedic and general surgery consultant services, providing valuable assistance to both outpatient and inpatient clients. Furthermore, IMS aims to introduce a pain management clinic in the near future.

Extra services for patients can be readily accommodated, as IMS is committed to meeting all patient needs and requests.

Our Rehabilitation Equipment:


Suspension Bed: Utilizes gravity and the body weight of individuals against body arch, stability, and momentum to promote strength, balance, mobility, and core stability. Commonly used by people with spinal cord injuries, stroke, and post-operative weakness.


Standing Frame: Assists individuals with physical disabilities to stand up from a sitting or lying position. Commonly used by those with cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, spinal cord injury, or stroke recovery. Promotes weight-bearing and proper alignment of the spine, hips, and lower extremities.


Ultrasound Therapy: Utilized for treating various musculoskeletal pathologies such as osteoarthritis, soft tissue shoulder pathology, and myofascial pain.


Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS): Provides pain relief for various conditions including muscle pain, neuropathies, and post-stroke shoulder pain.


Continuous Passive Motion (CPM): Helps promote the recovery of normal joint range of motion after joint surgery, preventing stiffness complications. Commonly used after knee joint replacement or cartilage repair surgery.


Infrared Therapy (IR): Treats chronic or acute pain arising from arthritis, back problems, trauma, and sports injuries.

7. Tilting Bed: Minimizes adverse effects of prolonged immobilization such as orthostatic hypotension and muscle atrophy, facilitating rehabilitation and reintroduction to the vertical position.

8. Static Cycling: Encourages joint lubrication and strengthens core and leg muscles, providing support to the joints.

9. Parallel Bars: Aid in strength, balance, and range of motion recovery, particularly beneficial for coordination exercises and gait training.

10. Wall Ladder (Stall Bar): Provides stability for stretching exercises and strength training, beneficial for scoliosis treatment.

11. Quadriceps Chair: Specialized chair for quadriceps muscle strengthening, featuring adjustable resistance levels and promoting proper posture during exercise.

Each of these tools plays a vital role in our comprehensive rehabilitation program, aiding in strength, mobility, pain management, and overall recovery.