Muscle,Nerve & Joint

Musculoskeletal and sports injuries  (Muscle,Nerve & Joint problems)

Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy that focuses on accurate assessment, diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal injuries.  Musculoskeletal injuries occur in home, work place, pedestrian, fall or while playing sports.  These types of injuries are often due to overuse or acute trauma of a part of the body when participating in a certain activity; this involves muscles, bones, joints, nerves, ligaments, cartilage and spinal discs.

Musculoskeletal &Sports Physiotherapy utilises the sciences of anatomy, physiology and Biomechanics knowledge to assessments the condition and plan a specific treatment methods to aid recovery of symptoms

Physiotherapy is a non-invasive, medicine free therapy which has proved to be extremely valuable to today’s growing number of musculoskeletal and sports injuries

We incorporate latest and conventional techniques such as Electro Modalities, Spinal decompression (traction) , joint  Manipulation,  Mobilization with movements, Muscle release, nerve release, trigger points, Stretching, kinesiology Taping, cryo and moist heat therapy in conjunction with advanced exercise programs to facilitate recovery in our clients with acute and chronic injury.

Your First Visit

What can you expect when you make your first visit to Physiotherapy Centre?

 Appointment

After making an appointment through phone call before you visit.

Assessment (subjective interview)

Your physiotherapist will ask few questions related to your conditions.  The initial assessment will include a detailed history of your current injury or complaint, as well as a discussion about past injuries or surgeries, work postures and positions, sports and home activity so on.

The examination

The physical therapist will perform a manual examination through special tests to assess the condition to identify the cause of the problem which may require Electro modalities strengthening, stretching, mobilization, myofascial work, neurodynamic mobility or postural correction.

The explanation

At the end of your assessment, physiotherapist will explain the source of your problem and how the treatment is going to be. You and your therapist will identify your goals for recovery and an individual treatment plan will be made upon your agreement to the therapy.

The treatment

The treatment usually takes up to 45-60 minutes on each visit, normally its takes 5 to 7 visits to recover or little longer according to severity of the condition, Over the course of few visits, your therapist will treat your injury, as well as home exercises program will be prescribed to you that will become an important part of your recovery and return to activity.