We are a comprehensive physiotherapy and rehabilitation centre, equipped with dedicated experts, compassionate care and a personalised approach, backed by state-of-the-art equipment and infrastructure to provide services at par with global standards. Our treatments involve every muscle group in your body. From musculoskeletal & sports injury recovery to classic physiotherapy and rehabilitation, we cover everything you need. This helps address a diverse variety of pains.
Physiotherapy conditions we treat
- Neck & Back pain: Treatments for spondylosis, prolapse, frozen shoulder, and more.
- Knee Pain: Treatments including solutions for osteoarthritis, bursitis, ligament injuries or rheumatological problems that need mobility support.
- Sports Injuries: Relief measures for ankle sprains, rotator cuff tears, and more.
- Rehabilitation: Recovery from ACL repairs, joint replacements, mobilisation following surgery, fractures and trauma injury.
Hand & Shoulder RehabilitationThis is a highly specialised area for our in-house therapist and physiotherapist. People who undergo tendon transfers, body reconstruction, etc. after a crush or trauma injury to the hand, need specialised attention to resume an optimal level of functioning.
Foot & Body Balance CareFoot and ankle realignment may call for various other compensatory dysfunctions around other joints and the spine. Remedial exercises and posture correction are provided by closely monitoring the patterns and reflexes of pain. This is particularly relevant for patients who undergo joint and hip replacements.
Stroke RehabilitationEnsuring complete restoration to bodily movements prior to stroke is difficult but not impossible. With the chances of paralysis, movement dysfunction, gait rehabilitation, aphasia & dysphasia, cognitive and perceptual issues might need to be addressed depending on the condition of the body.
Spinal Cord Injury RehabilitationThe target is to achieve the maximum possible functionality of the spinal cord post-injury/trauma/surgery, depending primarily on the severity of the injury and then upon the type of injury. classification of injury. Our services also include counselling, assessment, prescription and fabrication as applicable.
Traumatic Head Injury RehabilitationThe aim is to achieve maximum functionality based on the severity and classification of the injury or trauma experienced. Our services also include counselling, assessment, prescription and fabrication as applicable.
Amputee RehabilitationThis takes care of the needs of patients who need prosthetics. Amputation specialists take care of pre-amputation assessment and counselling, prescription fabrication and fitment of prosthesis. Following which our specialised physiotherapists take care of the functional training after fitment and prosthesis-related musculoskeletal concerns.
Why choose us?
Our physiotherapy services and treatments are designed to meet the unique requirements of patients who are seeking rehabilitation to their original stride. We offer a comprehensive and patient-focused treatment approach in a comfortable and private environment. Our techniques represent the latest approach to holistic wellness while adhering to international healthcare standards.
Highlights of the department
- Internationally accredited experts with a combined experience of over 100 years.
- Multidisciplinary, team-based care in a home-like environment.
- Customised programs for best clinical outcomes.
- Multi-speciality in-house physiotherapy centre run by experts.
- Studio for fitness, antenatal and postnatal classes.
- Comfortable and spacious patient areas, rooms and amenities.
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Can a physiotherapist do surgery?
Physiotherapists are medical professionals who specialise in therapy-based healthcare. This is why they cannot perform surgeries in particular. However, their contributions are extremely valuable for pre and post-operative care. As a part of rehabilitation post orthopaedic surgery, it plays a vital role in restoring natural bodily movement.
Can nerve damage be cured by physiotherapy?
Physical therapy works wonders to help alleviate and heal any form of nerve damage. Nerve damage can vary from pinching and tingling to complete loss of limb functionality and excruciating pain. Nerve damage prevents the stimuli to trigger the reflexes. Repeated movements can help realign till you are able to resume normal mobility.
Do physiotherapists give injections?
Physiotherapists may suggest using injection therapy to relieve pain in some cases. This will require a thorough assessment before the therapy can proceed. Injection therapy is chosen when treating: Inflammatory pain from various orthopaedic and rheumatological conditions.
A steroid injection is used to reduce pain and inflammation in a joint or around a particular soft tissue like a tendon. One must remember this is a temporary relief and a complete cure can only be achieved over years of therapy.
How many physiotherapy sessions will I need?
Each case and patient is unique, hence there is no fixed number. The moment you resume normal life again is when you need no more.