Our Physiotherapists are highly skilled in assessing, diagnosing and managing injuries of the musculoskeletal system including rehabilitation after orthopedic surgeries. May it be acute trauma such as sprains, strains, tendinopathy, bursitis, etc. or chronic injuries of repetitive injuries, post fracture stiffness, frozen shoulder, etc.- these may be successfully managed through physiotherapy.
Orthopedic physiotherapists are trained in the treatment of post-operative orthopedic procedures, fractures, acute sports injuries, arthritis, sprains, strains, back and neck pain, spinal conditions, and amputations.
Some of the techniques and modalities used are:
- Joint and spine mobilization
- dry needling
- therapeutic exercise
- neuromuscular techniques
- muscle re-education
- hot/cold packs
- Spinal decompression
If you are suffering with an injury or disease affecting the muscles, bones, ligaments, or tendons you will benefit from assessment by our physiotherapist specialized in orthopedics.
Our Physiotherapists work closely to promote wellbeing of athletes, in season and out of season. Athletes, whether they are recreational, semi-professional or professional participants can benefit and improve their performance and overall wellbeing through physiotherapy. This area of practice encompasses athletic injury management under 5 domains:
- Acute care – assessment and diagnosis of an initial injury;
- Treatment – application of specialist advice and techniques to encourage healing;
- Rehabilitation – progressive management for full return to sport;
- Prevention – identification and addressing risk factors which can directly result in, or act as precursors to injury, such as movement assessment
- Education – sharing of specialist knowledge to individual athletes, teams or clubs to assist in prevention or management of injury
Paediatric physiotherapy involves in-depth understanding of wide range of Paediatric health conditions leading to delay in motor development or deficits in function right from infancy to adolescence. A Paediatric physiotherapist has extensive knowledge of anatomy, physiology, biomechanics of human body and motor learning, integrating it with clinical reasoning. They assess, diagnose and treat various types of movement dysfunction to help children reach their maximal functional level of independence. We believe in providing family-centered care to our clients where we welcome open communication between therapist and family to understand each child’s unique needs.
A Paediatric Physiotherapist helps to enhance development of a child through:
- Positioning during daily routines and activities to promote and maintain good postural alignment which forms a base to facilitate motor development & function.
- Adapting toys for play to explore and enhance opportunities for motor learning as well as optimal musculoskeletal development.
- Expanding mobility options so that the child can interact more with his/her surroundings and learn.
- Using adaptive or assistive equipment effectively to promote independence and participation.
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