Rehab – NCSAPCB Tue, 28 Jun 2022 11:30:34 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Rehab – NCSAPCB 32 32 Kuldeep Yadav begins rehab at NCA following injury Tue, 28 Jun 2022 07:27:30 +0000

Indian spinner Kuldeep Yadav has started rehabilitation at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) following a hand injury that ruled him out of the South African series.

Kuldeep and striker KL Rahul were ruled out of the five-game T20I series against South Africa at home earlier this month.

On Monday, the wrist turner shared a photo on the Koo app as he began his rehabilitation at the NCA. “Back to the NCA. Rehab time,” Kuldeep captioned the post on the Koo app.

Meanwhile, KL Rahul has further been left out of the rescheduled fifth Test which India is set to play against England at Old Trafford from July 1.

KL Rahul had also reported to the NCA last week that the medical team felt the batter would not play the rescheduled fifth Test against England.

Kuldeep Yadav begins rehab at NCA following injury

Additionally, the All India Senior Selection Committee has added Mayank Agarwal to the India test squad for the rescheduled fifth test on the cover of Captain Rohit Sharma who tested positive for COVID-19.

Indian Test Team: Rohit Sharma (Captain), Shubman Gill, Virat Kohli, Shreyas Iyer, Hanuma Vihari, Cheteshwar Pujara, Rishabh Pant (wk), KS Bharat (wk), Ravindra Jadeja, Ravichandran Ashwin, Shardul Thakur, Mohd Shami, Jasprit Bumrah, Mohd Siraj, Umesh Yadav, Prasidh Krishna, Mayank Agarwal

Jackass Star Bam Margera Missing From Florida Rehab Center Sun, 26 Jun 2022 19:22:00 +0000

Earlier this year, Fooled forever hit theaters and saw the return of nearly every star from the series and the first three films. Sadly, Bam Margera was fired from the production after allegedly breaking a ‘welfare agreement’. Margera then filed a lawsuit against the production company and several of her co-stars, but the suit was dropped in April. According to a new report from TMZMargera has now disappeared from a Florida rehab center for the second time in two weeks.

According to the report, police are looking for Margera who is in a court-mandated rehabilitation center. The Donkey The star was last seen Saturday night in Deerfield Beach, Florida, after leaving the LifeSkills residential facility without permission. Margera previously left the facility on June 13, saying he was unhappy with their services and planned to check in elsewhere. The stuntman was found a few days later at a hotel in Delray Beach. “We were told that he had been off his medication for several days, and his team were concerned that he might relapse,” TMZ writing. “Sources close to Bam tell us that the reason he left rehab was partly due to his separation from his wife.”

The break between Margera and her former Donkey collaborators went public last year after the star revealed he had been fired from Fooled forever. Margera’s lawsuit alleged that while he was in rehab in 2019, Johnny Knoxville, Jeff Tremaine and Spike Jonze approached him with a ‘welfare deal’ that would hang his attendance at the fourth Donkey film. The deal would have seen him undergo “countless breathalyzer tests and urinalysis” as a test of means to keep his job on any future. Donkey projects. Margera claimed he did not violate the terms of that agreement, but was fired anyway following a positive drug test for Adderall, which he claims he had a prescription for.

Asked by Variety if he was surprised by Margera’s trial, Knoxville replied: “Yes and no. Because it is in such a way that anything is possible. So something is going to break your heart – but it won’t. may not shock.”

“We want Bam to be happy and healthy and to get the help he needs,” Knoxville previously said in an interview with QG. “We tried to push this forward. I think that’s all I really want to say about it…I don’t want to go public back and forth with Bam. I just want him to get better.”

Kawhi Leonard Reportedly ‘Locked Up’ During Rehab Sat, 25 Jun 2022 00:00:00 +0000

In most cases, star players trying to recover from injury are forced to do so in the public eye. Kevin Durant’s recovery was well-reported in 2019 after suffering a torn Achilles. Derrick Rose’s ACL rehab several years ago also came into the spotlight. In the case of Kawhi Leonard, her ACL recovery process is shrouded in mystery.

After collapsing in Game 4 of the 2021 Western Conference Semifinals, Leonard was rarely seen with a basketball in his hands. LA Clippers fans have been following closely, however, as they have received little to no update on his status. Nonetheless, with Leonard continuing his long road back, the curtains have been raised somewhat as fans have now received more news regarding his injury timeline and current schedule.

“I am told Leonard has not been restricted at all this month as he continues what has been a successful rehabilitation process so far,” said Law Murray of The Athletic.

Kawhi Leonard doesn’t struggle with mental barriers

When last seen, Leonard provided LA with not only elite-level offensive capability, but also lockdown perimeter defense. While Leonard’s players normally struggle mentally on their way back, the former two-time Defensive Player of the Year apparently showed no concern.

All in all, although Leonard has been through his fair play of innocuous injuries, the current LA Clippers forward has still dusted himself off before returning to the field shortly. However, as is the case with ACL tears, Leonard spent the entirety of the 2021-22 season on the sidelines.

Although he remained sequestered on the Clippers bench, Leonard meticulously attacked his rehab. In doing so, Leonard was not afraid of re-injuring himself. And, according to Murray, it has become apparent that the former two-time NBA champion is hungry to take LA to new levels of prosperity.

“Leonard has also been mentally locked down, as multiple sources suggest the mental hurdles that usually accompany an ACL injury and long-term rehabilitation haven’t deterred him.”

NDMC to spend Rs 5.6 crore on sewer rehabilitation – The New Indian Express Thu, 23 Jun 2022 02:30:00 +0000

By Express press service

NEW DELHI: The New Delhi City Council (NDMC) on Wednesday sanctioned 5.57 crores for the rehabilitation of the old sewer line from Telegraph Lane to Kasturba Gandhi Marg via Madhav Rao Scindia Marg, officials said .

The proposal was approved at the civic body’s council meeting “Council granted approval for the works to rehabilitate the old sewer line using the Cured in Place Pipe (CIPP) method from Telegraph Lane to Kasturba Gandhi Marg via Madhav Rao Scindia Marg with permission to divide the work into two parts.To this end the board has granted the sanction of 5.57 crores,” said NDMC Deputy Chairman Satish Upadhyay.

“NDMC’s motive behind this development initiative is to beautify the area under its jurisdiction and achieve 7-star rating in the upcoming Swacchta Survekshan, 2022,” he added. The Council has also approved that the residential land rates of RK Puram and Moti Bagh be adopted for the purpose of calculating damages charges, with respect to apartments located in the Sarojini Nagar market. Upadhyay said the civic body has already received representations from market traders’ associations on this issue.

Stroke rehab tool tracks arm movement with 77% accuracy – Tue, 21 Jun 2022 05:30:51 +0000

A new stroke rehabilitation computer program uses sensors to recognize and count arm movements with 77% accuracy, according to its creators. Once refined and tested further, they plan to offer the program for free to rehab experts.

The tool, called PrimSeq, was developed by New York University and uses sensors attached to the arms and back to capture upper body movements in three dimensions. More than 51,000 stroke patients’ upper body movements were used to create the program, which was then tested on a group of eight patients.

Loss of limb mobility is a common consequence of strokes. The study authors, from NYU Grossman School of Medicine, said PrimSeq offers much-needed standardized measures of the precise amount of exercise each patient receives.

Correctly identifying stroke counts is key to achieving ideal stroke rehabilitation outcomes, they said.

“Such help is desperately needed because counts from video recordings or other wearable sensors do not offer standardized measures of the precise amount of rehabilitation exercise each patient receives,” said Heidi Schambra, MD, from the school’s department of rehabilitation medicine, in a statement. “Any improvement in exercise dose received must be based on accurate, automated measurements of the type and number of arm movements involved in a given exercise.”

The research team aims to refine their computer model and develop a smaller device that can be worn on the arm and upper body. If additional experiments are successful, they plan to test it in clinical trials.

“I would argue that our tool holds great promise for clinical use because the alternative is not to have accurate counts at all,” Schambra said.

The researchers shared the data used to build the computer program online.

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