We are dedicated to helping patients recover from injuries, regain mobility, and improve their overall quality of life. Our Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Department is staffed by a team of skilled and compassionate physiotherapists and rehabilitation specialists who are committed to providing personalized care and comprehensive rehabilitation programs. Our physiotherapists conduct thorough assessments to understand each patient's condition and develop personalized treatment plans.

We utilize a variety of techniques, including manual therapy, therapeutic exercises, electrical stimulation, ultrasound, and heat/cold therapy, to relieve pain, restore function, and improve mobility.Orthopedic Rehabilitation: We specialize in the rehabilitation of orthopedic conditions, such as fractures, joint replacements, sprains, strains, and sports injuries. Our team works closely with orthopedic surgeons to develop tailored rehabilitation programs that promote healing, restore strength, and improve range of motion.


Do I need a referral from a doctor to see a physiotherapist?

In many cases, you do not need a referral from a doctor to see a physiotherapist. Physiotherapists are primary healthcare professionals and can assess and treat patients directly. However, some insurance policies or healthcare systems may require a referral for insurance coverage, so it's best to check with your specific provider.

How long does a physiotherapy session typically last?

The duration of a physiotherapy session can vary depending on the complexity of the condition and the treatment being provided. On average, a session may last between 30 minutes to one hour. However, the duration can be shorter or longer based on individual needs and treatment goals.

Who can benefit from rehabilitation?

Rehabilitation can benefit individuals of all ages who have experienced physical, cognitive, or mental impairments. It is commonly used for individuals recovering from surgeries, accidents, strokes, traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, amputations, neurological conditions, chronic pain conditions, and other conditions that affect mobility, function, or daily living.

How long does a rehabilitation program last?

The duration of a rehabilitation program can vary widely depending on the nature and severity of the condition, as well as individual factors. Some rehabilitation programs may last for a few weeks or months, while others may extend over several months or even years, depending on the goals of the individual and their progress during the rehabilitation process.