Physiotherapy treatment are provided to
- Relieve pain
- Improve movement ability
- Prevent / Recover from sports injury
- Prevent disability / surgery
- Rehabilitate after a stroke, accident, injury or surgery
- Improve balance to prevent slip or fall
- Manage chronic illness like Diabetes, heart disease or arthritis
- Control Bowel and bladder
- Adapt to an artificial limb or to use walker/canes
Types of Physiotherapy treatment
- Pediatric Physical Therapy – Prepare your child when the body grows very fast, and strengthen them to face the problems in childhood before it creates a negative effect on the rest of their life. Pediatric physical therapy is particularly designed to help adolescents, children and babies to make the most of their growth, overcome problems, and build their muscular and skeletal strength.
- Vestibular Rehabilitation – Balance feels like a tiny thing, until you don’t have it any more. Vestibular rehabilitation focuses on helping you to overcome problems of the inner ear which can destroy your balance and be seriously debilitating, including chronic dizziness and vertigo. Our physiotherapists can help you to teach your body to have better balance and use its muscles to be steadier and sturdier.
- Neurological Physical Therapy – Physical therapy can have a huge positive impact on life with a neurological disorder. By learning and practicing small therapeutic exercises, the effects of neurological disorders on muscles and movement can be smoothed off and made much more manageable. The conditions we provide care for include spinal cord injuries, strokes, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, brain injuries or cerebral palsy, strike at the nervous system, which is how your brain controls your body.
- Orthopedic Physiotherapy – Our precise, targeted Orthopedic physical therapy care is designed to help you to recover muscle strength, as you might need to after an injury has left you unable to use certain muscles.
We provide treatment for the Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSD) like –
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Ankylosing spondylitis
- Polymyalgia Rheumatica
- Juvenile Arthritis
- Back pain
- Work-related upper limb disorders