Our physiotherapists specialize in diagnosing and treating various physical conditions, pain and injuries. Some common reasons that may necessitate booking a physiotherapist appointment with us include:
Musculoskeletal pain: Any discomfort to muscles, joints, bones, ligaments and tendons; for example backache, neckache, shoulder ache or knee sprains.
Post-surgery Rehabilitation: After surgery, physiotherapy can aid the healing process by improving strength, flexibility and function.
Athletic Injuries: Athletes may seek physiotherapy for treatment and prevention of sports-related injuries such as strains, sprains, and overuse injuries.
Neurological Conditions: Physiotherapy can assist individuals living with neurological conditions like stroke, multiple sclerosis (MS), Parkinson’s disease and spinal cord injuries by helping improve mobility and function.
Chronic Conditions: Physiotherapy can assist with managing chronic conditions such as arthritis, fibromyalgia, or back pain by alleviating pain and improving quality of life.
Posture-Related Issues: Individuals suffering from poor posture, scoliosis or other alignment problems could benefit from seeking physiotherapy to correct and improve their posture.
Work-Related Injuries: People suffering from work-related injuries such as repetitive strain injuries or work-related musculoskeletal disorders can benefit from physiotherapy to aid healing and avoid future issues.
Pre and Post Natal Care: Pregnant women may seek prenatal physiotherapy for pain relief and guidance during gestation, while post natal physiotherapy may assist with postpartum recovery after childbirth.
Balance and Coordination Issues: Physiotherapists can assist individuals to improve their balance and coordination, which will reduce the risk of falls for older adults.
Respiratory conditions: Physiotherapists may help individuals suffering from respiratory conditions such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) or cystic fibrosis improve lung function and breathing techniques through treatment with physical therapies such as physiotherapy.
Pediatric conditions: Physiotherapy can assist children suffering from developmental delays, cerebral palsy or other pediatric ailments by helping improve physical abilities and foster independence.