Neurological Physiotherapy specialists in the treatment of patients with disorders of movement, posture and function that arise from impairments of the body’s nervous and neuromuscular systems. These conditions often manifest themselves in loss of mobility function and muscle weakness, poor coordination, sensation loss, uncontrolled muscle activity such as spasticity and tremors, and loss of balance, or orientation.
ORTHOPEDIC / POST OPERATIVE Physiotherapy is the branch of physiotherapy concerned with the treatment of injuries or disorders of the skeletal system and associated muscles, joints and ligaments.
Orthopaedic Physiotherapy also includes pre and post operative rehabilitation of hip, shoulder and knee. Orthopaedic Physiotherapy is a scientific approach to treatment following Evidence Based Guidelines.
Women’s Health Physiotherapy refers to the treatment and management of any health concerns related to pelvic floor dysfunction, pre and post-natal rehabilitation, continence, pelvic pain and pre and post-menopausal changes
Geriatric physical therapy is a proven means for older adults from every level of physical ability to improve their balance and strength, build their confidence and remain active. A number of people are familiar with physical therapy as a form of treatment to pursue after an accident, or in relation to a condition such as a stroke.