Physiotherapy

Physiotherapists help people affected by injury, illness or disability through Movement, Electrotherapy, Exercise, Manual therapy, Education and Advice. They maintain health for people of all ages, helping patients to manage pain and prevent disease

Specialties in Physiotherapy

Our Physiotherapists Specialist in Neurological, Orthopaedic, Paediatric & Gynecology

Treatment Modality

IFT (Interferential Therapy) :

Interferential therapy is the application of low frequency electrical current to stimulate nerve activity. This is designed to give you pain relief and increase blood flow to the injured area of your body.

Interferential Therapy is approved for the symptomatic relief and management of chronic (long-term) intractable, post-traumatic and post-surgical pain. Many medical professionals use Interferential Therapy for its drug-free, non-invasive promotion of healing and pain relief. IFT in physiotherapy has become incredibly popular due to the ease of use, lack of side effects and the amazing feedback from people suffering from a variety of different conditions. It has been shown that multiple daily treatments provide improved results.


Interferential machines can be used to treat pain associated with:


  • Back, Neck, and Shoulder Pain
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Osteoporosis
  • Spondylitis and Ankylosing Spondylitis
  • Bruising and Swelling
  • Postoperative Pain
  • Epicondylitis
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Urinary Incontinence
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Joint Injuries
  • Overuse Injuries and Surgical Procedures
  • Edema and Inflammation
  • Tennis Elbow
  • Sports Injuries

Deep Heating Pad

Heat therapy is an effective remedy for back pain because it boosts circulation, which then allows nutrients and oxygen to travel to joints and muscles. This circulation helps repair damaged muscles, relieves inflammation, and improves back stiffness.

Any type of heat therapy can help relieve back pain. Yet, heating pads are ideal because they're convenient and portable. They're also electric, so you can use them anywhere in your home, such as lying in bed or sitting on the couch.

Hot or warm baths provide moist heat, which also promote circulation and reduce muscle pain and stiffness. A bath might work better if you have pain or stiffness in other parts of your body, too.

The problem with baths, though, is that it's difficult to maintain the water temperature. That water will slowly cool down.

On the other hand, heating pads have adjustable levels and provide a continuous flow of heat — for as long as the pad is turned on.

If you don't have a heating pad, taking a warm shower or relaxing in a hot tub may also relieve back pain and stiffness. One benefit of a hot tub and shower over a bath is continuous heat similar to a heating pad.

US (Ultra Sound) :

Therapeutic ultrasound is often used by physiotherapists to reduce pain, increase circulation and increase mobility of soft tissues. Ultrasound therapy causes mechanical vibrations, from high frequency sound waves, on skin and soft tissue via an aqueous medium.

TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) :

One of the most common forms of electrical stimulation used for pain management is transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) therapy, which provides short-term pain relief. Electrical nerve stimulation and electrothermal therapy are used to relieve pain associated with various conditions, including back pain.

Exercise Therapy :

Which Exercises Should You Opt For: Range of Motion Exercise: These exercises are performed to increase the range of motion of the joints. These help in maintaining the joint movement. Stretching Exercises: These are performed to maintain the flexibility of the body. Aerobic Exercises: Improve the breathing capacity

Type of Treatment

TPT (Trigger Point Therapy) :

Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy, also known as " Trigger Point Therapy ", refers to the treatment of myofascial trigger points (MTrP) or 'trigger points' (TrP) that are found in muscles and fascia. Myofascial trigger points are painful, tense areas that are found in muscles. MTrPs affect muscles and fascia.

Acupressure :

Acupressure is an alternative medicine technique similar in principle to acupuncture. It is based on the concept of life energy which flows through "meridians" in the body. In treatment, physical pressure is applied to acupuncture points with the aim of clearing blockages in these meridians.

Myofacial Release :

Myofascial release (MFR, self-myofascial release) is an alternative medicine therapy claimed to be useful for treating skeletal muscle immobility and pain by relaxing contracted muscles, improving blood, oxygen, and lymphatic circulation, and stimulating the stretch reflex in muscles.

Taping :

Taping is commonly used as an adjunct or temporary technique. Athletes often make use of taping as a protective mechanism in the presence of an existing injury. Some of the goals with taping are to restrict the movement of injured joints, soft tissue compression to reduce swelling.

Manual Therapy

Maitland:

Maitland: Also known as the maitland technique, the maitland concept uses passive and accessory mobilisations of the spine to treat mechanical pain and stiffness. Grade 1 – Small movements of the spine performed within the spines resistance. Grade 2 – Larger movements of the spine but still performed within the spines resistance.

Mulligan’s :

This "Manual Therapy Consist of "NAGS","SNAGS", "MWMS",etc'