More often than not, injuries cause limited ranges of movement (ROM). This in turn will affect patients’ daily functions such as bending down, walking, moving arms and legs free of pain. In order to treat the condition, movement must be restored. This is why focusing on the provision of a movement-enabled
physiotherapy to achieve the treatment goal of restoring function whilst strengthening associated muscle groups to minimise the risk of future injury.
Human body is designed intelligently to initiate self-healing, once a full ROM has been made possible. A combination of manual therapy & exercise therapy can help correct limitations allowing a timely rehabilitation & recovery so that you can go back to your routine activities.
Whiplash associated disorders/pain | Postural related pain & deformities | Sports injury | Headache | Lower back pain | repetitive strain injury | Sciatica | Arthritis | Carpal Tunnel Syndrome | Chronic pain syndrome | Dizziness, vertigo & imbalance | Wrist pain | Shoulder pain | Frozen shoulder | Tennis elbow | Golfers’ elbow | Military neck | Bursitis | Dancing injuries
Assessment | 30min
Assess + Treat | 60min
Assess with Ultrasound | 30min
Assess + Treat | Home Visit | 60min
Stroke rehabilitation | Headache & Migraines | Menstrual cramps | Fibromyalgia | Myofascial pain | Osteoarthritis | Low back pain | Carpal tunnel syndrome | Difficulty breathing | Dental pain | Labour pain