Physiotherapy is a branch of science which is a conservative treatment method addressing the treatment, healing and prevention of injuries and disability. It focuses primarily on pain relief, promoting healing, restoring function and movement. This includes providing services in circumstances where movement and function are threatened by pain, injury, ageing and environmental factors.
- Manual therapy
- Electrical Stimulations
- Heat therapy
- Graded therapeutic exercises
- Onsite rehabilitation
- Home exercise programs
- General and Surgical: This includes injuries, rehabilitation after surgery, trauma, arthritis, back and neck pain, strain and sprains and spinal conditions.
- Medical conditions: This includes stroke, chronic lung conditions, skin conditions, issues connected with ageing.
- Neurological: The focus is on working on individual who have neurological conditions like stroke, brain injury, cerebral palsy, spinal cord injuries, other injuries to the nerves, movement defect, loss of muscle strength ad functional independence.
- Paediatrics: The therapist works to diagnose and manage conditions in neonates, infants and children that affect development, congenital conditions, neuromuscular, skeletal and other acquired disorders. The aim is to improve gross and fine motor skills, balance and coordination, strength and endurance. Conditions encountered may include cerebral palsy, torticollis, delayed development, spina bifida and injection nerve injuries.
- Women’s health: This addresses issues related to child-birth(parental, antenatal and postnatal), osteoporosis, pelvic pains, obstetric nerve palsy, urinary incontinence and regaining original body shape and posture.
- Sports-related injuries: This covers treatment of injuries, rehabilitation and fitness program for those involved in competitive and non-competitive sports.
- Wellness programs: These include appropriately designed programs to present and address issues related to lifestyle. These are achieved through dietary advice and physical exercises.
- Work injury prevention program: It is a program aimed at reducing workplace injuries and occupational illness, promoting workers health and safety and boosting worker morale.
- In-patient management: Services are rendered to those of who physiotherapy is recommended by the attending doctor or physicians
- Out Reach programs: We render services to off-site places like home visits and community-based rehabilitation.
Tuesday 9:00am – 4:00pm
Thursday 9:00am – 4:00pm
Saturday 9:00am – 4:00pm
Sunday 9:00am – 2:00pm