PROTECTIVE (Protective Therapy)

  • Heat Therapy increase tissue extensibility, blood flow and decrease stiffness
  • Cold Therapy decrease inflammation and pain post exercise/therapy
  • Ergonomics Consultancy modifying the workstation and office layout to prevent repetitive strain injuries
  • Splinting (Hand Therapy Clinic) using imported thermoplastics, we create customized brace for your injured body parts to protect and prevent re-injury

RESTORATIVE (Restorative Therapy)

  • Deep Tissue Massage loosen muscle-related trigger points or tight myofascial/connective tissue that can cause headache
  • Chest Physiotherapy maximise lung function and capacity for efficient breathing via researched lung techniques
  • Ultrasound/sonophoresis therapy stimulate cell activity, blood flow for accelerated healing
  • Manipulation and Mobilization of joints and soft tissue pain relief, increase range of motion, decrease inflammation
  • Neuro-muscular Re-education normalize movement in movement disorder
  • Posture/Postural Training better posture allows better movement and prevents injury
  • Sensory Re-education normalize abnormal sensory firing through systematic re-education
  • Traction (Cervical / Lumbar) loosens back and neck muscles, computerized for better control
  • Scar Massage and Management loosen scar adhesion to increase muscle and tendon glide
  • Passive Stretch to restore joint range of motion, lengthen soft tissues gently

LOCOMOTIVE (Locomotive/Movement Therapy)

  • Balance & Proprioceptive Training balance is crucial in movement for effective motion
  • Gait/Ambulation Training helping individuals resume normal walking following injury, illness or surgery
  • Exercise therapy combining strength, stamina, stability and sensory training for overall movement therapy
  • Strength Training strength protects injured parts, as well as prevents overall injury
  • Stretching/Flexibility Exercises improve muscle and soft tissue extensibility, prevents swelling and pain
  • Range of Motion (ROM) Exercises improves joint range of motion for normal movements