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Physiotherapy is a form of treatment which can help individuals restore, maintain, strengthen, and maximize their function, mobility, and/ or movement. Which in turn improves their overall physical well-being.

'Physiotherapists' are educated trained professionals licensed to practice physiotherapy. They use their therapeutic techniques and modalities to help patients achieve an overall physical well-being.

How can Physiotherapy help you?

Physiotherapy can help relieve pain, re-train muscles, strengthen the bones and muscles, help delay the process of arthritis as well as osteoporosis, along with numerous other case-based symptoms..

Areas of practice:
  • Sports Injuries

  • Falls

  • Ergonomic Injuries

  • Acute Injuries

  • Motor Vehicle Accident

  • Workplace Injuries

  • Tendinitis

  • Repetitive Strain Injuries

  • Fractures

  • Torn Muscles and Ligaments

  • Post Surgical Rehabilitation

  • Posture Related Pains

  • Headaches

  • Arthritis

  • Low Back Pain

  • Spondylosis

  • Sciatica

  • Concussion

Who can benefit from Physiotherapy?
  • Individuals belonging to any age group can opt to undergo Physiotherapy. Post assessment, our therapists provide a individualized treatment plan to help individuals achieve their goal to optimum health. 

  • Physiotherapists can help achieve safe milestones for the special need kids.

  • Adolescent's who seek to strengthen and maintain their body muscles, as well as attain their athletic goals

  • Seniors (geriatric population) can restore their functional abilities and choose suitable assistive devices with the help of Physiotherapy.

  • Fall prevention and proprioceptive training

  • Physiotherapy can help women during menopause and post menopause.

  • Women who have recently given birth can achieve their pre-pregnancy physical well-being with guided exercise and therapy.

Do I need a referral before visiting a Physiotherapist?

The answer is NO

A referral from your physician is not always required as case-based concerns can be addressed by a physiotherapist. However, it is advised to check with your insurance provider to confirm if they require a referral for reimbursement.

For questions related to your health, don’t hesitate. Book a free consultation with our professionals.

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