Professional Rehabilitation Centre in JB

Physiotherapy is an important part of rehabilitation following stroke which can help restore loss of movement following a stroke. It can help you regain strength and movement, enabling you to be as independent as possible. Effective treatment from our professional physical therapist can help you recover as well as possible from your stroke.
Physiotherapy treatment is non-surgical approach to help reduce the symptoms of back pain. the goals of physical therapy are to decrease back pain, increase function, and teach the patient a maintenance program to prevent future back problems.
Manual therapy is one of the approach wherein physiotherapists use hands-on techniques to relieve knee pain and stiffness. This technique has shown immense benefits in treating knee osteoarthritis. Physiotherapists guide the patients with specific exercises such as stretching and strengthening exercises.
Paediatric physiotherapists help children to achieve their optimal physical development. Treatment may involve soft tissue massage, mobilisation, stretching, specific therapeutic exercises and posture education. Because Children are not small adults these therapists encourage children to move to the best of their abilities through play and age appropriate fun and instruction.
Our Physical Therapists are expert in doing manipulations to relief the tightness & pain around the neck area that sometimes can cause migraine/headache or hand numbness. Treatments such as cold or heat application, deep tissue massage, electrical stimulation, and ultrasound may be used prior to exercise
The proper alignment of your spine allows you to move easily so that your body supports your weight without strain. Poor posture can place stress on your tendons, muscles, and ligaments, leading to neck and back pain. If you suffer from neck and back pain, it may surprise you to know that improving your posture may go a long way in easing your symptoms.
Dry needling is a technique used by trained healthcare professionals, such as physical therapists, to treat muscle pain and tightness. It involves inserting thin needles into specific trigger points or knots in muscles, tendons, or ligaments to alleviate pain, promote healing, and restore function.
Cupping therapy is a traditional alternative medicine practice that involves placing cups on the skin to create suction. This technique is believed to promote blood flow, relieve muscle tension, and treat various ailments. The cups can be made of glass, silicone, or bamboo, and are typically left in place for a few minutes.