According to the Ministry of Health,

“Physiotherapists are involved in promoting physical activity and overall health and wellness, prevention of disease / injury / disability and mobility limitations, managing acute, subacute and chronic conditions with functional / activity limitations, restoration of function and rehabilitation of disease / injury / disability with therapeutic exercise programs and other interventions.”



Relief and management

Restored mobility and flexibility

Improved strength and endurance

Enhanced overall well-being


Treatments We Offer


Electrotherapy is a recent energy-based rehabilitation method that uses electrical stimulation through skin electrodes. It is effective for paralyzed patients or those with limited range of motion to prevent muscle atrophy. It can be combined with laser and ultrasound therapy.

Soft Tissue Mobilization

Soft tissue mobilisation is a great way to relieve pain from athletic injuries since it can help patients relax their muscles and lessen swelling in specific locations. Additionally, soft tissue massage promotes lymphatic and blood circulation while lowering tissue oedema around inflammatory joints.

Therapeutic Ultrasound

In recent years, medical professionals have been able to cure bodily wounds with sound waves. Soft beams can be gently directed at injured tissue using ultrasound frequency. The ligaments, tendons, and fascia are stimulated and absorbed by the ultrasound sound waves like a mini-massage. Patients with muscle strain, tendinitis, and arthritis may benefit from this treatment.

Range of Motion (ROM) Exercises

Physiotherapists often recommend range of motion exercises to improve joint mobility, circulation, and prevent muscle atrophy and postural problems. These exercises are used by healthcare professionals to help people with limited mobility increase their flexibility and retain their independence.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is Physiotherapy Painful?

Physiotherapy treatments are designed to alleviate pain and improve mobility, so they are typically not painful. Some manual therapy techniques or therapeutic exercises may cause temporary discomfort, but your physiotherapist will work within your comfort level.

How Does Physiotherapy Help with Recovery?

Physiotherapy utilizes various techniques such as exercises, stretches, manual therapy, and modalities like heat or ultrasound to promote healing, improve strength, restore mobility, and reduce pain following injury or surgery.

What Conditions Can Physiotherapy Treat?

Physiotherapy can address a wide range of conditions, including sports injuries, musculoskeletal disorders (like back pain or arthritis), neurological conditions (such as stroke or Parkinson’s disease), post-surgical rehabilitation, and chronic pain syndromes.

How Many Sessions Will I Need?

The number of physiotherapy sessions required varies depending on factors such as the severity of your condition, your treatment goals, and your response to therapy. Your physiotherapist will assess your progress regularly and adjust the treatment plan as needed.

Are There Any Risks or Side Effects?

Physiotherapy is generally safe, but some techniques may carry minor risks or side effects. These could include temporary soreness, muscle fatigue, or aggravation of symptoms during the initial stages of treatment. Your physiotherapist will monitor your progress and address any concerns that arise.

Can Physiotherapy Prevent Future Injuries?

Yes, physiotherapy can play a crucial role in injury prevention by improving strength, flexibility, balance, and movement patterns. Your physiotherapist can provide personalized exercise programs and guidance to reduce the risk of future injuries.

Will I Need to Do Exercises at Home?
Yes, home exercises are often an essential component of physiotherapy treatment. Your physiotherapist will prescribe specific exercises tailored to your needs and goals, which you will be encouraged to perform regularly between sessions to enhance your progress.
How Long Will Each Physiotherapy Session Last?

The duration of each physiotherapy session at our SS2 centre can vary but typically ranges from 30 to 60 minutes. The length of your session will depend on your treatment plan, the techniques being used, and your therapist’s recommendations.

When Can I Expect to See Results?

Results from physiotherapy can vary depending on factors such as the nature of your condition, your overall health, and your adherence to the treatment plan. Some patients may experience improvement within a few sessions, while others may require more time to achieve their goals.

What Qualifications and Experience Does the Physiotherapist Have?

It’s important to choose a qualified physiotherapist with the appropriate credentials, experience, and expertise in treating your specific condition or injury. Look for a licensed practitioner who has completed accredited education and training programs.

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