Our physiotherapists specialise in the following areas: Manual Therapy, Women's Health, Acupuncture, Sports Injury Management; Occupational Health and Safety, Preventive Screening and Management, and Shockwave Therapy.

Our Services includes
Manual Therapy
Physiotherapist massaging patient's back

Treatment of musculoskeletal conditions using kneading and manual therapy to relieve pain and treat disabilities

Women's Health
Three women lying down resting their feet on exercise balls

Assist women with incontinence issues, helping to restore daily activity and regain confidence. Pelvic floor exercises and training are used particularly in antenatal and postnatal care.

Occupational Health and Safety
Physiotherapist helping patient use gym equipment

Our series of programmes progress from Recovery Programme, Work Hardening Programme and Return to Work Phase Programme are designed by a dedicated case manager who provides work-specific advice.

Preventive Screening and Management
Physiotherapist adjusting a young girl's posture

Provide early detection of spinal abnormalities to aid intervention and professional guidance for areas of concern.

Acupuncture needles being inserted into forearm

Very fine needles are inserted into specific acupuncture points in the body to stimulate pain relief and muscle mobility.

Sports Injury Management
Physiotherapist manipulating a patient's leg

Provide an on-field physiotherapy service for athletes on acute injury care and offer advice to clients on prevention techniques and proper management following sports injuries.

Shockwave Therapy
Physiotherapist performing ultrasound on a patient's elbow

Shockwave Therapy is a new and highly effective treatment used to treat chronic and painful musculoskeletal conditions. It uses high energy acoustic sound waves to break down scar tissue and aid new tissue growth. There are currently two major types of shockwave therapy, namely focused and radial shockwave therapy, click here to learn more about the therapy.

High Energy Inductive Therapy (HEIT)
High energy inductive therapy to a patient's elbow and forearm

By choosing different frequencies and electromagnetic strengths, the electromagnetic waves interact with the human body in causing neuromuscular tissues to depolarize and contract. It can instantly relieve various muscle pains, promote fracture healing, relax and strengthen muscles, improve joint mobility, etc.