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Physiotherapy

  • Pain Management

    The causes of pain are often not single, but complicated. Different causes can affect each other and form a vicious circle, making the pain condition difficult to resolve. The physiotherapist will find out the causes of the pain through detailed clinical examination, and then select the most appropriate treatment, such as manual therapy, acupuncture, exercise, traction, shock wave, ultrasound, interference wave, etc. In addition, we concern the daily life of the patient, and analyze the daily work, environment, posture, etc. of the patient so as to solve the source of pain, and reduce the chance of recurrence.

  • Sports Injury Rehabilitation

    Common injuries include joint and ligament sprains, muscle strains and overuse. The cause of injury will be analyzed according to different sports needs and clinical examinations. In addition to the management of acute injuries, specific sports training, helps patient recover as soon as possible, return to the original level of exercise, and reduce the chance of future injuries. In addition, Strength and Conditioning is also provided to enhance athletes' performance in accordance with sports needs and athletes' strengths and weaknesses.

  • Manual Therapy

    According to patients' conditions, physiotherapist will use different techniques, including traction, PNF, myofascial release, joint mobilization, etc, in order to relieve pain, restore range of motion, correct posture, etc.

  • Acupuncture

    Acupuncture is one of the methods used by Traditional Chinese Medicine to treat diseases. After clinical trials and research in modern science, it has been confirmed that acupuncture has a good effect on the treatment of various pains. The physiotherapist will select acupuncture points that are scientifically supported according to the patient's conditions, and perform acupuncture to achieve anti-inflammatory, analgesic, muscle relaxation, muscle strengthening, and promotion of healing.

  • Shockwave

    The principle of shockwave is to create micro-damage. It then increases vascular proliferation and supply more nutrients to the affected area. Therefore, it promotes tissue recovery. Second, a large number of stimulations to pain receptors, hinder the transmission of pain messages to the brain, and thereby reduce pain. Shockwaves can treat chronic or calcified tendinitis, tender points and non-union of fractures. The study pointed out that the success rate of cure cases for chronic tendonitis that is ineffective to other treatments is 77%.

Common conditions:

  • Plantar fasciitis

  • Ankle sprain

  • Achilles tendonitis

  • Runner’s knee

  • Knee sprain

  • Knee osteoarthritis / degenerative arthritis

  • Prolapsed intervertebral disc

  • Sciatica

  • Back pain

  • Shoulder impingement syndrome

  • Frozen shoulder / adhesive capsulitis

  • Shoulder and neck pain

  • Tennis elbow

  • Golfer’s elbow

  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

  • Wrist sprain

  • De Quervain syndrome

  • Trigger fingers

  • Finger sprain

Physiotherapy service

  • Pain management

  • Sports injury rehabilitation

  • Manual therapy

  • Acupuncture

  • Shockwave

  • Traction therapy

  • Interferencial current / therapy

  • Ultrasound therapy

  • Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation

  • Neuromuscular electrical stimulation

  • Whole body vibration training machine

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