Physiotherapy & Rehab

What is Rehabilitation?

Rehabilitation is a therapy or treatment to cure and restore maximum movement and functional ability when these are threatened by the process of aging, injury or disease.  It helps the body to regain normal daily functions through different kinds of recovery techniques.

Who needs Rehabilitation?

Rehabilitation therapy offers significant benefits to individuals suffering from ongoing medical conditions or recovering from surgeries, illnesses or injuries including:

  • Muscle & Joint problems:
    • Neck & back pain
    • Arthritis
    • Orthopedic surgery
    • Joint replacement
  • Muscular Control:
    • Paralysis
    • Parkinson's
  • Neurological conditions:
    • Stroke
  • Lung problems:
    • Pneumonia
    • Asthma
    • Difficulty in breathing
    • Shortness of breath
  • History of falls/imbalance
  • Communication, cognition or swallowing difficulties

Our Centre offers comprehensive rehabilitation services delivered by qualified therapists with experience in evaluating and managing a wide range of health conditions for people of all ages.  We aim to help patients regain their optimal functioning level and restore their life’s normalcy in as short a time as possible.

Group Physiotherapy

  • Play therapy / social & recreational activities:
    • arts & crafts
    • games
    • karaoke sessions
    • befriending

These activities help to increase the level of independence in daily activities, through fun and games.

 

  • use of rehabilitation equipment:
    • parallel bar
    • wooden staircase
    • cycling & paddling
    • gym ball
 

Individual Physiotherapy

Keep-fit program which designed to maintain endurance & functional capabilities:

  • Using therapeutic exercises aimed at promoting quality of life and fitness:
    • ROM exercises to improve the range of movement for the elderly, who have limited movement.
    • strengthening exercise to increase endurance and improve muscle tone.
    • coordination & balance exercise to improve gait and balance.
  • Rehabilitation management
  • Counselling
 

Yoga Exercises

Breathing exercise

Breathing is life. It is one of our most vital functions. One of the Five Principles of Yoga is Breathing Exercise which promotes proper breathing and breath control.  Proper breathing and breath control help to bring more oxygen to the blood and to the brain, thus revitalizing the body.  It consists of  a series of exercises especially intended for the elderly.