Physiotherapy is the use of physical approaches to identify and maximise quality of life and movement potential within the spheres of promotion, prevention, treatment/ intervention, habilitation and rehabilitation of physical problems associated with different systems of the body. In particular physiotherapists treats neuromuscular (Brain and nervous system), musculoskeletal (Soft tissues, joints and bones), Cardiovascular and respiratory systems (heart and lungs and associated physiology) conditions.
Monday – Friday 9:00AM – 6:30pm
Duration: 1hr-1:30 minutes
CERVICAL SPONDYLOSIS: This is age related wear and tear (degeneration) of the joints and disks in the neck. Trauma, work-related activities, repititive stress of the neck and other factors can accelerate degeneration.
Complications: Numbness and stiffness of the muscles, stiffness of the neck.
- Relieves pain
- Improving joint range of motion and flexibility
- Strengthens weak muscles
CEREBRAL PALSY: This is a disorder of movement, muscle tone or posture that is caused by a non-progressive injury that occurs to the developing brain.
- Exaggerates abnormal reflexes
- Rigidity and flaccidity of the limbs and trunk
- Delayed developmental milestone
- Improves muscle tone
- Promotes sitting, standing and walking of the children
- (developmental milestone)
- Improves mobility
SPINAL CORD INJURIES: This is the damage to any part of the spinal cord or nerve at the end of the spinal canal.
- Respiratory problem, bladder problem and joint pain.
- Reliving Pain
- Optimizing the patient into performing activities of daily living
- Preventing other complication such as (DVT, Injection) from setting in.
FACIAL PALSY: This is the weakness or paralysis of the facial muscle causing drooping of the mouth.
Complications: Facial deformity and total weakness of the facial muscle.
PT Benefit: Strengthening of the facial muscles and correcting facial deformity.
STROKE: This occur when blood supply to part of the brain is interrupted or reduced, depriving brain tissue
of oxygen and nutrient.
Complication: Contracture of the joint of the affected areas and paralysis of the affected parts (difficulty in walking)
PT Benefit: Improving strength to the affected part ofthe body, improve balance and coordination and improving independence.
OSTEO ARTHRITIS: This occurs when the protective cartilage on the ends of the bone down overtime and it can damage any joint such as hand, knee, hip and spine .
Complications: Stiffness, severe pain and deformity.
- Reliving pain
- Improving joint flexibility and function.
SCOLIOSIS: This is the abnormal (lateral) curvature of the spine.
- back problems
- permanent deformity
- lung and heart damage.
- Correcting abnormal posture
- pain relief delaying progress of lung damage.
ERB’S PALSY: This occurs when nerves are stretched or compressed, there by disrupting nerve signals from
the spine to the shoulder and hands.
Complications: Contracture and permanent deformity.
PT Benefit: Reliving pain and promoting functional use of the hand.
PRICE AVAILABLE ON REQUEST