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DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRO-PHYSIOLOGY

The Department of Electro-Physiology consists of four core divisions and each division is headed by a consultant in that specialty with a team of medical and paramedical staff. Our team is committed to excellence in the field of medical laboratory services and strives to provide a highest quality comprehensive diagnostic laboratory facilities to patients and clinicians. The laboratory provides service 24 hours a day, seven days a week to meet the clinical needs of our inpatients and outpatients.

Core Divisions

  1. NCS and EMG
  2. ECG, Stress ECG
  3. Halter Monitoring
  4. EEG Services

 


NCS and EMG

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Overview

The Department of Physiotherapy helps patients affected by injury, illness or disability through movement & exercise, manual therapy, education and advice. The main aim of the department is to restore and maintain the mobility of the patients of all ages and manage pain to provide them with better quality of life.

Apart from therapeutic services the Department conducts workshops and lectures for Physiotherapists, schools and hospital staff and provides clinical practice to local and foreign university students.

The Department of Physiotherapy was established in 1957 and founded by Physiotherapists Mr. and Mrs. Makulolowa. It currently functions with 34 Physiotherapists and 7 Health Assistants.

 

Performance

 

Staff

Gynaecology Unit A

  OPD WARD
Year 2016 2016 2016 2017
1st Visit 6582 6870 12823 14189
2nd Visit 33414 34212 50457 38615
Total 39996 41082 63280 52804

 

 

Founder Physiotherapists
Mr & Mrs Makuloluwa

Beds
WD XX-Male/Female (Beds XX)

Chief Physiotherapist
Mrs.R.K.Meegahakotuwa

Physiotherapists 34
Health Assistants 7


Milestones / Special Events

   
  

Future Goals

   
  • Capacity building of staff
  • Outreach services
   

 


ECG, Stress ECG

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Overview

The Department of Physiotherapy helps patients affected by injury, illness or disability through movement & exercise, manual therapy, education and advice. The main aim of the department is to restore and maintain the mobility of the patients of all ages and manage pain to provide them with better quality of life.

Apart from therapeutic services the Department conducts workshops and lectures for Physiotherapists, schools and hospital staff and provides clinical practice to local and foreign university students.

The Department of Physiotherapy was established in 1957 and founded by Physiotherapists Mr. and Mrs. Makulolowa. It currently functions with 34 Physiotherapists and 7 Health Assistants.

 

Performance

 

Staff

Gynaecology Unit A

  OPD WARD
Year 2016 2016 2016 2017
1st Visit 6582 6870 12823 14189
2nd Visit 33414 34212 50457 38615
Total 39996 41082 63280 52804

 

 

Founder Physiotherapists
Mr & Mrs Makuloluwa

Beds
WD XX-Male/Female (Beds XX)

Chief Physiotherapist
Mrs.R.K.Meegahakotuwa

Physiotherapists 34
Health Assistants 7


Milestones / Special Events

   
  

Future Goals

   

 

  • Capacity building of staff
  • Outreach services
   

 


Halter Monitoring

preview

Overview

The Department of Physiotherapy helps patients affected by injury, illness or disability through movement & exercise, manual therapy, education and advice. The main aim of the department is to restore and maintain the mobility of the patients of all ages and manage pain to provide them with better quality of life.

Apart from therapeutic services the Department conducts workshops and lectures for Physiotherapists, schools and hospital staff and provides clinical practice to local and foreign university students.

The Department of Physiotherapy was established in 1957 and founded by Physiotherapists Mr. and Mrs. Makulolowa. It currently functions with 34 Physiotherapists and 7 Health Assistants.

 

Performance

 

Staff

Gynaecology Unit A

  OPD WARD
Year 2016 2016 2016 2017
1st Visit 6582 6870 12823 14189
2nd Visit 33414 34212 50457 38615
Total 39996 41082 63280 52804

 

 

Founder Physiotherapists
Mr & Mrs Makuloluwa

Beds
WD XX-Male/Female (Beds XX)

Chief Physiotherapist
Mrs.R.K.Meegahakotuwa

Physiotherapists 34
Health Assistants 7


Milestones / Special Events

   
  

Future Goals

   

 

  • Capacity building of staff
  • Outreach services
   

 


EEG Services

preview

Overview

The Department of Physiotherapy helps patients affected by injury, illness or disability through movement & exercise, manual therapy, education and advice. The main aim of the department is to restore and maintain the mobility of the patients of all ages and manage pain to provide them with better quality of life.

Apart from therapeutic services the Department conducts workshops and lectures for Physiotherapists, schools and hospital staff and provides clinical practice to local and foreign university students.

The Department of Physiotherapy was established in 1957 and founded by Physiotherapists Mr. and Mrs. Makulolowa. It currently functions with 34 Physiotherapists and 7 Health Assistants.

 

Performance

 

Staff

Gynaecology Unit A

  OPD WARD
Year 2016 2016 2016 2017
1st Visit 6582 6870 12823 14189
2nd Visit 33414 34212 50457 38615
Total 39996 41082 63280 52804

 

 

Founder Physiotherapists
Mr & Mrs Makuloluwa

Beds
WD XX-Male/Female (Beds XX)

Chief Physiotherapist
Mrs.R.K.Meegahakotuwa

Physiotherapists 34
Health Assistants 7


Milestones / Special Events

   
  

Future Goals

   

 

  • Capacity building of staff
  • Outreach services
   

 

 

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