Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation
“A Perfect Anatomical Repair without Functional Recovery is Useless”
The Department of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation is dedicated to restoring you to your optimum health and functional abilities after any musculoskeletal illness or injury. Physiotherapists work round the clock to deliver the best possible patient care to both our outpatients as well as inpatients. Depending on your needs, treatment techniques may include:
- Various manual therapy techniques including joint mobilization, soft tissue massage and range-of-motion exercises.
- Customized Bracing/Splinting/prosthetics/orthotics to improve mobility and function.
- Programming to improve mobility, flexibility and muscle strength, while decreasing stress on the joints
- Stretching exercises
- Use of the McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis & Treatment for the treatment of low back and neck pain
- Procedures such as Ultrasound and Interferential Current Therapy, TENS, Electrical Stimulation to promote soft tissue healing and relive pain.
- Neuromuscular re-education using electrical stimulation for the treatment of muscle imbalances or atrophy
- The Feldenkrais Method
- Manipulation Stretching, Strengthening.
- Deep heat in combination with moist heat(to relieve acute muscle spasms)
- Postural Correction
- Patient education
Health Blogs for Physiotherapy
The McKenzie Method – For People with Chronic Pain
Aug 18, 2017 19:53
A physiotherapy method, the McKenzie System focuses on centralizing pain and managing it with repeated exercises. What is The McKenzie Method? The McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment, also known as MDT is a physiotherapy method of primary care developed by Robin McKenzie, a physical therapist from New Zealand and has been in wide […]
The Feldenkrais Method – To Regain Body Movement
Aug 24, 2016 19:25
The Feldenkrais Method is an exercise therapy devised to improve body movement and manage pain. The Feldenkrais Method is an educational system that uses movement to teach self awareness and improve function. It was developed by Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais (1904-1984) as a way to retrain the body and to help realise its potential fully. While […]