When your body needs a little hand to relieve pain or injury, improve muscle mobility and muscle strength, and increase balance and coordination, our team of specialised physiotherapists will come and help you achieve your highest level of functioning independence.
Starting off with a comprehensive assessment, we offer a broad range of treatments for patients at various age from Pediatric to Geriatrics with Orthopedic, Neurological, Muscular, Respiratory, or Post-Operative conditions. Using a holistic treatment approach, our regular physiotherapy sessions can be personalised to suit your specific needs.
Stroke is one of the leading causes of long-term adult disability. The very word “stroke” indicates that no one is ever prepared for this sudden, often catastrophic event. Early recovery and rehabilitation can improve functions and sometimes remarkable recoveries for someone who suffered a stroke. Our Physiotherapists aim to help patients regain independence and improve their quality of life.
Therapeutic exercises and various facilitation techniques are applied to treat neurological injuries and post-traumatic brain injuries (TBI). The therapy enhances motor performance, learning and controllability wherein the specific type of rehabilitation depends on the unique needs of the patient and the challenges they face. We also offer a cerebrovascular accident (CVA) / stroke recovery program.
We provide chest physical therapy to help improve respiratory efficiency, promote lung expansion, strengthen respiratory muscles and eliminate secretions from the respiratory system.
Patients with lung diseases such as bronchitis, pneumonia or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) can benefit from this type of therapy which includes postural drainage, chest percussions and vibrations, and turning and breathing exercises.
This type of therapy can aid patients with cystic fibrosis, neuromuscular diseases such as Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS) as well as those with progressive muscle weakness such as myasthenia gravis or tetanus. Patients at risk of mucus secretion due to diseases such as cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy and those who are bedridden or confined to a wheel chair can also benefit.
Our therapeutic massage for muscle, joint and soft tissue injuries helps prevent complications such as pressure sores and skin irritations, and aids in slowing down further loss of mobility. Beneficial for bedridden and wheelchair rehabilitation patients, it also minimises pain and maximises the comfort, posture, breathing, pressure distribution and overall independent functioning of the patient.
We offer a range of treatment modalities including ultrasound, cryotherapy, hot pack application, interferential current therapy (IFC) and transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) to treat sports injuries and provide pain relief. Other types of manual techniques such as proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF), therapeutic massage, and muscle strengthening exercises are available to improve mobility and reduce recurrence.
Using movement repatterning to reduce pain, our physiotherapists will train specific muscles and can stretch soft tissue tightness through a specially designed exercise that targets correct posture recovery and safe mobilisation.