What is it?

Physiotherapy, also known as physical therapy, is a healthcare profession that helps people affected by injury, illness, or disability through movement and exercise, manual therapy, education, and advice. It is dedicated to enhancing and restoring physical strength, function, and mobility, often through a personalized treatment plan.


The benefits of physiotherapy are extensive and include:

  • Pain reduction or elimination: Through therapeutic exercises and manual therapy techniques such as joint and soft tissue mobilization.
  • Improved mobility and strength: Helps individuals regain or improve their physical abilities, especially after an injury.
  • Post-surgery recovery: Accelerates the rehabilitation process after surgeries, helping in faster recovery and return to normal activities.
  • Prevention of injury: Identifies risk factors and helps in the prevention of further injuries.
  • Management of age-related issues: Assists in managing conditions like arthritis, osteoporosis, and helps in recovery after joint replacement surgeries.
  • Enhanced overall well-being: Promotes healthier lifestyle choices and improves quality of life.

Our Process

  1. Subjective & Objective Consultation: The process begins with a detailed assessment, including a discussion of the patient's medical history, symptoms, and any specific concerns, followed by a physical examination to evaluate mobility, strength, and functional abilities.
  2. Treatment: This can vary depending on the individual's needs and may include:
    • Spinal Treatment: Specialized techniques for spine-related conditions to reduce pain and improve function.
    • Post Operations Management: Tailored rehabilitation programs to support recovery after surgical procedures.
    • Rehabilitative Exercises: Exercise programs designed to address specific deficits, enhance strength, and improve mobility.
  3. Advisory:
    • On follow-up rehabilitative exercises to do: Patients receive guidance on exercises to continue at home to facilitate ongoing improvement.
    • On follow-up manual therapy required: Recommendations for further manual therapy sessions, if needed, to ensure complete recovery and prevent future problems.

Scientific Citations

  1. For musculoskeletal pain and injuries: A systematic review by Lin, C.-W. C., Haas, M., Maher, C. G., Machado, L. A. C., & van Tulder, M. W. (2011) in the Journal of Physiotherapy highlights that physiotherapy interventions like exercise therapy and manual therapy are effective in treating musculoskeletal pain conditions, such as low back pain and neck pain.
  2. For post-operative recovery: A study by Artz, N., Elvers, K. T., Lowe, C. M., Sackley, C., Jepson, P., & Beswick, A. D. (2015) published in BMJ Open demonstrates the significant role of physiotherapy in improving outcomes after total knee and hip replacement surgeries, indicating faster recovery and improved mobility.

Ready to fix your issues and pain?

Make your booking now. Limited Slots Available. If you are unsure and need to enquire further, do not hesistate to drop us a message
Enquire FurtherBook Now