Physiotherapy Treatment

Understand more about physiotherapy, including when and where to see a physiotherapist for a treatment, especially if you happen to be plagued by the pain of osteoperosis.

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We incorporate both physical exercise and therapy in our physiotherapy sessions to facilitate maximum recovery and resume functionality and movement. Our physiotherapy treatment aims to help you relieve pain, restore normal function and strength, while preventing further injury and promote an active lifestyle. Physiotherapists can help you cope with difficulties that may hinder your daily movement and activities through education and activity modification.

When to See a Physiotherapist

You can see our physiotherapist* if you require the following: 
Management of musculoskeletal injuries (arms, shoulders, neck, back or lower limb pain)
Pain management
Post-operative orthopaedic management (such as after hip replacement or fixation of fracture)
Ambulation training (such as gait training, walking aid training e.g. crutches, walking stick)
Ergonomics advice
Falls prevention and mobility training
Weight management

*You will need a referral from a doctor and an appointment to see the physiotherapist. 

Related: Stopping Falls

Physiotherapy for Osteoporosis Management 

Osteoporosis is a condition that causes weakening of bones, leading to higher likelihood of injury due to falls or hard impact. The elderly over 65 years old are particularly at risk. 

If you or your loved ones are susceptible to falls and injury, physiotherapy can help to assess your physical condition and identify signs, causes and potential areas of weakness. See a doctor for physiotherapy treatment plans to help rectify problems such as poor balance, weak joints, lack of flexibility, and recommended remedies to reduce the risk of falling.

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