Physiotherapy helps to restore your physical functions and movements after a surgery, injury, illness or disability. Our team will help you, through a myriad of techniques, to improve muscles and joints functions, restore physical strength, rebuild tolerance towards physical activities and with that, improve your overall state of health. The sooner we get started, the faster you’ll recover.
Our physiotherapists will work with you to develop a goal-oriented plan for your complete recovery. The initial focus is to identify and resolve pain. This is followed by systematic efforts to restore strength, movements and functions as much as possible. The aim is to enable you to manage your physical well-being confidently and independently.
Our department supports various disciplines within our hospital, catering to both inpatients and outpatients. The full scope of our services includes:
Electrotherapy utilises a wide range of tools to promote tissue healing, reduce pain and improve physical functions. There are several modalities to choose from:
A mid-frequency current to relieve muscular spasms and strains. As part of the treatment, electrodes are placed on pain or pressure points, allowing electrical impulses to travel along nerve fibres.
Uses high-energy sound waves to help ease painful joint and muscle sprains, bursitis and tendonitis.
(TENS) is a compact, battery-powered machine that employs low-voltage electrical current for pain relief.
Makes use of Infra-Red radiation to relieve muscle spasms and pain.
Triggers muscle contraction. This is useful for strengthening the pelvic floor muscle, to treating nerve injury and hypotonia.
Manual therapy, which is conducted by hand with a combination of electrical mechanisms and treatments. The types of therapies include ultrasonic, infrared, paraffin wax bath, interferential currents and more.
Thermotherapy, referring to the use of heat to relieve chronic pain, including muscular spasm. Our selection of wax therapies and hot packs can help dilate blood vessels and increase blood flow to relax muscles, decrease spasms and reduce stiffness of joints.
Chest physiotherapy, which is designed for treatment of lung disease. Simple breathing exercises and the use of breathing aids can give our patients relief and help them clear their chests.
Cryotherapy, where we apply ice bags or cold packs to reduce inflammation and swelling, relieve soreness after a rigorous workout and soothe joint pains.
Aural rehabilitation for adults, or audiology, that helps people with hearing loss. Rehabilitation in this context deals with improving communication and conversational ability, use of hearing aids and steps towards improving quality of life.
Home education and advice, which prepares you to manage your condition as well as ensure future prevention. This is useful not only for patients, but for caregivers too.
Therapeutic exercises will involve active participation from the patient rather than relying on electrical and mechanical equipment.
It is ideal for a range of conditions such as musculoskeletal, spinal and sports injuries, strokes, arthritis, post-surgical conditions as well as for special children and geriatric rehabilitation.
Our treatment package includes individual exercises, postural training and advice.
Monday – Thursday:
8:00am to 5:00pm
8am – 12.30pm | 2.30pm – 5pm
8:00am to 1:00pm
Sunday & Public Holidays:
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