Spine Injury & Pain Rehabilitation

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Evidence-based assessment and functional abilities of our patients enable us to develop a set of personalised and multiple therapeutic programs which improve the quality of their lives. Every member of our staff is highly skilled in providing one-on-one treatment in diverse ways to our patients.

We provide treatment in the following areas:

  • Management of Back and Neck Pain
  • Management of Acute Spinal Disorders
  • Prevention of Recurrence of Spinal Disorders
  • Recover From a Sports Injury
  • Prevent Sports Injuries

Preventive Care

Doctor Consultation

Day Care Procedures

Who needs spine injury and back pain rehabilitation?

Individuals with:

  • Acute/Chronic Back/Neck Pain
  • Degenerative Disc Disease
  • Herniated Disc
  • Spinal Stenosis
  • Post-surgical Pain
  • Sacral Dysfunctions
  • Scoliosis
  • Spondylolisthesis
  • Sciatica
  • Ankylosing Spondylitis

What does spine injury & back pain rehabilitation involve?

Our dedicated staff is trained to provide tailor-made treatments based on the patient’s diagnosis, needs and goals. The treatment sessions are provided in one setting and comprise the following:

  • Core Stabilisation Exercises
  • Correction of Body Mechanics
  • Development of a Home Exercise Program
  • Joint Mobilisation/Manipulation
  • Postural Correction
  • Soft Tissue Mobilisation
  • Stretching/Flexibility Exercises

How long will spine injury and back pain rehabilitation take?

The length of rehabilitation depends on the time therapy began, the severity of symptoms and the patient’s participation and goals. We often combine our treatments with on-going medical treatments prescribed by the patient’s physician. Usually, treatments are implemented two to three times per week and could last for several weeks or a few months in order to maximise progress and get our patient back on their feet again.

When does the patient need our expertise?

  1. To Reduce or Eliminate Pain

Patients can experience a reduction in their pain through our effective therapeutic exercises and manual therapy techniques which include joint and soft tissue mobilization or treatments such as ultrasound, taping or electrical stimulation. Such therapies restore muscle and can also prevent pain from returning.

  1. To Avoid Surgery

Sometimes, physical therapy itself is enough to reduce pain or heal from an injury. In the event that surgery is mandatory, pre-surgery physical therapy will help a patient enter the operation theater in better shape and recover faster post-surgery.  

  1. To Improve Mobility

Regardless of age, physical therapy can greatly help patients who experience difficulty in standing, walking or moving. Our personalised treatments which include stretching and strengthening exercises, providing canes, crutches or any other assistive device can help restore their ability to move.  

  1. To Recover From a Stroke

Stroke patients usually lose function and movement to a certain extent. Our techniques help strengthen the weakened parts of their body and improve their gait and balance.

We focus on working tirelessly towards restoring the patient’s movement and empower them with independence enough to dress, bathe and perform other normal activities.  

  1. To Recover From or Prevent a Sports Injury

We as physical therapists comprehend the risk that athletes and individuals are subjected to when they engage in different sports activities. Our personalised recovery and prevention exercise programs can empower patients to return to their sports fitter and stronger.

What are our types of treatments?

We also employ other types of treatments based on the patient’s requirements:

  1. Physical Therapy in Conjunction with Medical Treatment

Here, a combination of Physical Therapy & Drugs s used to relieve the patient’s physical problems.

  1. Physical Therapy in Conjunction with Surgical Treatment

Pre & Post surgery care is combined with the surgical procedure for an effective outcome.

  1. Isolated Physiotherapy

Sometimes Physical Therapy treatment alone is sufficient to treat a physical problem effectively.

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