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Dr. Iram Parveen  - Occupational Therapist, Delhi

Dr. Iram Parveen

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Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT), Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (BOT)

Occupational Therapist, Delhi

6 Years Experience  ·  100 at clinic  ·  ₹150 online
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Dr. Iram Parveen 92% (751 ratings) Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT), Bachelor of Occupat... Occupational Therapist, Delhi
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Specializing in occupational therapy, Dr. Iram Parveen has made an excellent reputation of herself in the field in just 4 years of her professional career. Dr. Parveen is currently associated with We Care Rehabilitation Centre, located in Jamia Nagar, New Delhi. She received her Bachelors degree on Occupational Therapy from Jamia Hamdard in 2012 and Master of Occupational Therapy from Jamia Hamdard in 2015 as well. Previously, she worked as an occupational therapist at the Delhi Society for the Welfare of Special Children. In her clinic, Dr. Parveen aims to offer full comfort and efficiency to the patients in order to provide them with maximum satisfaction. In her clinic, you can get a wide range of services varying from Speech therapy treatment, Sensory integration therapy to psychosocial rehabilitation among others along with a fully understanding team of specialists in order to provide you with maximum efficacy.

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Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT) - Jamia Hamdard - 2015
Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (BOT) - Jamia Hamdard - 2012
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Occupational Therapist at The Delhi Society For The Welfare Of Special Children
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I have pain on touching in joints of fingers of both hands since last two months. All blood tests such Uric acid shows normal. I am 72 years of age and have no history of arthritis or Gout etc.

Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT), Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (BOT)
Occupational Therapist, Delhi
I have pain on touching in joints of fingers of both hands since last two months. All blood tests such Uric acid show...
Do contrast bath therapy twice daily Do ball squeezing multiple times a day Do finger strengthening exercises
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Occupational Therapy Versus Physical Therapy - Know Everything!

Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT), Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (BOT)
Occupational Therapist, Delhi
Occupational Therapy Versus Physical Therapy - Know Everything!

People get confused between occupational therapy and physical therapy, and often consider them to be synonymous. Substantial differences set them apart, and there are certain overlaps too. Get an idea of what these therapies are about and find why they are different.

Occupational Therapy: Occupational therapy is all about improving the functional abilities of the individual. It concentrates on evaluating the skill set to be honed. If you think that an occupational therapist only treats the inability or injury of an individual like what a physical therapist does with manual therapy or similar techniques, then you are wrong. The occupational practitioner does not work like a physical therapist. The practitioner works to restore independence and self-ability to take care of the daily chores. The abilities and independence may get affected as a result of a disorder or injury. A physical impairment may restrict an individual in a wheelchair. An occupational therapist, in such cases, helps the affected to operate the wheelchair and do some chores while using the same.

Now, if you think occupational therapists never treat any injury, again you miss the significant information. In a few countries, they use ultrasound and other techniques to treat the injuries just like a physical therapist. An occupational therapist often evaluates the scenario. For this, he visits the home and work environment, and offer suggestions to help the affected to work with ease. The practitioner also helps in using the correct assisting equipment to augment the independence of the affected individual.

Physical Therapy: The movement dysfunctions are assessed and treated by a physical therapist. The physical therapist deals with the treatment of the injured tissues and joints. The injuries are treated by the therapist, and the spruce of the injury is also treated. For instance, pain management in case of spondylitis is taken care of by physical therapy. Also, the practitioner suggests exercises that help in improving the flexibility of the tissues, which is the root cause of the problem.

Both a physical therapist and an occupational therapist are knowledgeable in musculoskeletal disorders, and educate people on dealing with injuries and preventing injuries. The difference of focus is what that causes the overlap. The healing process is, however, the goal of both. Compared with a general physician, they play a vital role in rehabilitation. There are specific conditions where both practitioners are involved in full recovery.

Occupational therapists have an additional role apart from dealing with any physical injury. They suggest adaptive measures to cope with the disorder and still live an independent life. Memory loss and cognitive issues need the aid of physical therapy. Physical therapists need a three years doctorate program, and occupational therapists need two years master’s degree to practice. Both the therapies are integral when it comes to restorative health. The therapies help in ensuring the patients reaching the full potential. A patient might require both together, or one after another. But you cannot reach them directly for any health issues. Check with your general physician and find who can help you better to recover.

Occupational Therapy In Mental Health - Everything You Need To Know!

Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT), Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (BOT)
Occupational Therapist, Delhi
Occupational Therapy In Mental Health - Everything You Need To Know!

The occupational therapy aims at ensuring that individuals have a productive and satiating life. In children, occupational therapy helps in mastering skills, recover, and carry out daily chores without depending on adults. Apart from these, there are other benefits of occupational therapy. Fortunately, they can be measured, and have a practical approach. When children find it difficult to take bath, eat, or do any other daily living chores themselves, occupational therapy helps them to overcome the barriers. But occupational therapists also do more than taking care of physical health. They also help in taking care of mental health.

What can be expected: Grief adjustment, emotion handling, stress management, and parenting can be challenging for many people. Anxiety can slowly turn into depression. The relationship between the individuals determines their mental health and performance. This is rightly understood by occupational therapy. The needs of the individual are approached with the context of his or her family and environment by an occupational therapist. The mental health approach suggested by occupational therapy is client-centered, and this is why it can produce admirable results. The approach is practical and client-specific. The therapist considers a lot of methods and plans for delivering result in case of each patient. There is no one size fits all approach in occupational therapy.

How a therapist works: As the first step, the practitioner speaks with the client and the family to find out what activity is most important, for the personal and family life. Then the practitioner suggests how one can create goals. Short-term goals help one to stay focused and motivated towards the process. Long-term goals help in achieving success. The therapist helps in sorting this out. The mental illness of the client is observed by the therapist, and a lot of time is spent on this process. The therapist also teaches lots of practical ways to come over the mental illness, and a wide range of relaxation techniques are taught. The client can choose what best fits him or her.

Substance abuse and other unhealthy activities are slowly replaced with healthy activities with the help of the occupational therapists. The mind of such patients is diverted towards healthy activities. Skills, interests, strengths, and weaknesses of the client are analyzed by the therapist, and wherever required, modifications are suggested by the practitioner. Skill training with the help of peers is carried out, and apt employment opportunities are suggested. An idle mind is Satan’s workshop and a therapist, hence, emphasizes on a practical way to find a suitable employment opportunity. Also, he may give ideas on the environment of the workplace, even at the beginning, thus preparing the client. Balancing emotions can actually help a lot of people, and these therapists aid to structure lives and balance whatever the client wants.

Occupational therapists can help students to stay strong against peer pressure. They can help adults to stay content with their job, help jobless to stay focused and hone skills while preparing for the upcoming opportunities, and patients who are on the recovery mode to understand the recovery process and stay strong. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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I am feeling pain in my joints since last month and pains allot when I wake up frm sleep suggest me what should I do and I am growing fatty day by day what type of meal I should eat.

Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT), Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (BOT)
Occupational Therapist, Delhi
I am feeling pain in my joints since last month and pains allot when I wake up frm sleep suggest me what should I do ...
Get your thyroid profile done Get your calcium & vit D levels checked Apply hot fomentation Take bath with luke warm water Take calcium & proteins rich food Take complete 8hrs of sleep Do deep breathing exercises Do gentle aerobic exercises
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My 3 years old son has atisum, he does not speak. He doesn't listen when we call but he listens something of his interest like TV, Mobile, Song. Please can you suggest which type of treatment is better for him?

Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT), Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (BOT)
Occupational Therapist, Delhi
My 3 years old son has atisum, he does not speak. He doesn't listen when we call but he listens something of his inte...
You have to take Occupational therapy & speech therapy for him. You should start treatment as early as possible, this is the most appropriate age, recovery will be fast as child is young
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Wrist and little finger at joint and shoulder pain near neck in right hand What is cause It's staying for long times 2 or 3 years but now being severe day by fay.

Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT), Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (BOT)
Occupational Therapist, Delhi
Wrist and little finger at joint and shoulder pain near neck in right hand
What is cause It's staying for long times ...
There could be nerve impingement at cervical region. Do neck movements Do neck stretchings Use thin pillow or keep towel roll under your neck while sleeping Apply hot fomentation Do shoulder shrugs
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Hi, my hand finger joints and leg finger joints are paining.In night they pain more .please help me.

Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT), Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (BOT)
Occupational Therapist, Delhi
Hi, my hand finger joints and leg finger joints are paining.In night they pain more .please help me.
Do contrast bath therapy twice daily Do ball squeezing activity multiple times a day Do toe curls twice a day
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My child 3 and half years old is having mild autism we are giving occupational therapy also he is responding also but I just want to ask till what age this therapy will continue and he hits children in his class or even people at home. His therapist are also not able to know the reason for his behaviour. He is tactile and vestibular which has affected speech.

Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT), Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (BOT)
Occupational Therapist, Delhi
My child 3 and half years old is having mild autism we are giving occupational therapy also he is responding also but...
You should take therapy for at least 1 year, exact estimation of how long it will take to completely cure the problem cant be told but things will be under control within 1 year. Keep a close watch on the changes occuring in your child; sometimes there could be occurrence of new symptoms, for every positive or negative change you must observe child carefully. Spend lots of time with your child, take him to the park & let him play with other children. If child is having problem with communicating then you must start with speech therapy as well. Hitting is one of the behavior in autistic children, negative reinforcement technique need to be used. He avoids or seeks tactile & vestibular sense? Is he hypersensitive or hyposensitive?
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I am getting pains in joints at fingers of both hands. I have got these pains from almost a month. At morning pain will be more. please help me what should I do.

Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT), Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (BOT)
Occupational Therapist, Delhi
I am getting pains in joints at fingers of both hands. I have got these pains from almost a month. At morning pain wi...
Do contrast bath therapy twice daily Get rheumatoid arthritis test done Do ball squeezing activity multiple times a day Take calcium rich foods.
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I am 40 years old & suffering from uric acid joint pain in my fingers. When my uric acid level crosses 6.5 I feel pain in my finger joints & heels. I normally take FBX-80 but I want some homeopathic medicine suggestions which may cure it early. So please suggest any homoeopathic medicine which shows result quickly.

Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT), Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (BOT)
Occupational Therapist, Delhi
I am 40 years old & suffering from uric acid joint pain in my fingers. When my uric acid level crosses 6.5 I feel pai...
For pain in fingers & heels do contrast bath therapy twice daily Do ankle pumps Do ball squeezing activity multiple times a day Do toe curls
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