Neck pain-- e.g. Neck pain, Cervical Spondylosis, Wry Neck
Back pain-- e.g. Sciatica pain, Prolapsed Intervertebral discs
Spine & Posture-- e.g. Scoliosis
Headaches, Migraines, Vertigo
Nerve problems-- e.g. Bell's Palsy, Cervical Radiculopathy, tinglings & numbness
Accident & Sports Injuries-- e.g. Whiplash injuries, Strains, Sprains
Post Surgical Recovery-- e.g. Total Hip/Knee replacements
Antenatal & Postnatal Care
Joint & Muscle problems
Shoulder, e.g. Frozen Shoulder, Rotator cuff injuries
Elbow, e.g. Tennis Elbow, Golfer’s Elbow
Wrist & Hand, e.g. Carpal Tunnel syndrome, De Quervain Syndrome
Hip, e.g. Hip Bursitis, ITB syndrome
Knee, e.g. Meniscus tear, ACL injury
Ankle & Foot, e.g. Sprain Ankle, Plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendinits
What is Physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy is a well recognized and scientifically based healthcare profession. It treats and improves many of the orthopedic and neurological problems using nonsurgical and drugless methods. Complaints such as physical trauma, joint aches and pain, overuse injuries, loss of normal muscle functions or repetitive strains due to sporting activities, work and household tasks can be addressed. No matter whether the pain or dysfunctions originated from the muscles, joints, nerves or connective tissues, physiotherapy can help to alleviate pain and regain a person's strength, mobility and function.
Our Physiotherapist specialises in using Integrated Approachand Hands-On Treatment to treat pain and dysfunctions. Our treatment program is individualized depending on the patient's needs and the root cause(s). It could involve a combination of treatment techniques including hands-on manual therapy, trigger points release, joint mobilization and spinal manipulation. Therapeutic stretching and strengthening exercise programmes will be used to help patients to get back to their sports or work as soon as possible. Physiotherapists will also offer advice on injury prevention, postural and ergonomic tips. Anyone from babies to the elderly, pregnant women and sports enthusiasts can benefit.
We always mistakenly think that the site of pain is the source of the problem. In fact, unless you have a direct trauma to a certain body part recently, treatment targeting the local area only may not be enough to resolve the pain, especially if you are experiencing chronic issues. In many cases, the site of pain and/or dysfunctions can be resulted from a series of compensations that take place elsewhere in your body. For example, hip or back pain can be caused by unresolved past ankle injury, or headaches might be stemming from a stiff neck.
We know that optimal recovery occurs when the underlying causes are addressed, therefore we take a whole-person approach in our assessment and treatment. Besides the physical aspect of the ailments, we also take into account the different aspects of health, such as the patient’s general wellbeing, lifestyle, diet, daily habits, psychological and social aspects, in formulating the treatment aiming atthe primary “driver” of the problem.
The Integrated Approach helps practitioners to find and treat the root cause(s), and therefore bringing lasting results and optimized bodily functions. This approach is particularly useful on people with chronic or recurrent conditions which are unresponsive or have responded poorly or only temporarily to direct treatment modalities.