Opening Hours

Our operation hour

We are open Now
  • Monday - Friday
  • Saturday
  • Sunday
  • : 9:00am to 06:00pm
  • : 9:00am to 03:00pm
  • : Closed

Benefits Of Physiotherapy

Over the years, physiotherapy has proved its effectiveness by helping patients restore their health and enhance their physical strength, functional movements and mobility. We believe that at its core, physiotherapists are movement specialists; at The Rehab and Physiotherapy, we want to help you achieve pain-free, functional movement. Some of the benefits of physiotherapy include:

Musculoskeletal physiotherapy

- Any injuries or conditions that involve your muscles, bones, ligaments, fascia and tendons are classified as a musculoskeletal condition. Some examples include frozen shoulder, slip disc, fractures, strains and sprains, tendonitis and bursitis. Some treatment options that we offer include, manual therapy, strength and flexibility training, joint mobilizations, pain management and mobility training.

Neurological physiotherapy

- This helps people with neurological conditions such as stroke, Alzheimer's disease, brain injury, multiple sclerosis, and spinal cord injury just to name a few. The aim of physiotherapy would be to improve the functional ability as well as strength, endurance, balance and coordination.

Sport physiotherapy

- Sports injuries are extremely common as there are more people whose aim is to live a healthier lifestyle. Fractures, sprains and strains, knee injuries, rotator cuff injuries are some of the examples of sports injuries. Physiotherapy can help manage pain and provide the athlete with a rehabilitation program that ensures they can continue playing the sport safely and prevents further injuries. Strengthening exercises and other treatments.

Geriatric physiotherapy

- As muscles and joints tend to lose strength and stability over time, this can negatively impact older adults' independence in performing daily activities. Geriatric physiotherapy takes into account some challenges that are unique to people from this age group which includes a lower tolerance for physical activity, decreased reaction time, strength and coordination. Physiotherapy will help older adults to keep active, prevent loss of muscle mass, reduce the risk of falls and most importantly, we help older adults maintain their independence.

Vestibular rehabilitation

- The vestibular system (inner ear and brain) processes sensory information to control balance and eye movements. If the system is damaged due to injury or disease, some symptoms include dizziness and loss of balance. Vestibular physiotherapy tailors vestibular rehabilitation therapy to your specific need and treatment usually involves manual head manoeuvres and/or an exercise programme designed to help manage symptoms and reduce risk of fall.

Postural programme

- Good posture is not just about standing or sitting right but also the way you hold your body and how you perform certain movements that if done wrongly can result in injury or pain. A thorough evaluation will help us determine if you have correct posture and if needed, we will prescribe exercises to strengthen and stretch the necessary muscles so you can achieve good posture and be comfortable in your own body to live a pain-free life