Physiotherapy deals in the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of a wide variety of injuries and physical conditions. The aim of physiotherapy is to restore, maintain and improve a person’s movements, posture, to increase physical endurance, to diminish pain and to ease the pace of chronic diseases. A physiotherapist helps people who have developed rigidity of the muscles, inflammation of nerves and conjunctive tissues after illnesses, traumas, injuries burns or other damage.
We are providing the highly specialized care, advanced treatment and leading-edge technologies that enable individuals with spinal cord injuries, brain injuries, stroke, amputation, neurological disorders, and musculoskeletal and orthopedic conditions to rebuild their lives.
Pediatric physiotherapy is the treatment for children who need to improve their motor performance, range of motion and strength, coordination and postural control and quality of movement. Children may need physiotherapy if they exhibit delayed motor development, have neurological conditions such as Spina Bifida, Cerebral Palsy or other brain injuries or have orthopedic conditions such as Clubfeet, Amputations, Torticollis or Plagiocephaly. They may need it for a degenerative disease such as Muscular Dystrophy or for one of many other medical syndromes. Physiotherapy can be also used for post-fracture or post-surgical rehabilitation.
- Shock Wave Therapy
- Traction DTS
- Electrovacuum Therapy
- Cryo Med (Cryo Chamber)
- Hydrotherapy (Dry Floatation Jets Bed)
- Hydrocollator Hot Packs
- Therapeutic Gymnastics
- Lymphatic Drainage
- Weight Loss