Physiotherapy uses physical methods, such as massage, heat treatment and exercise to treat diseases, injury or deformity.

Our physiotherapists are trained to pinpoint the root of your injury/pain and assess, diagnose and treat injuries, chronic pain or illnesses.

We specifically specialize in Dry Needling, Orthopedic Manual Therapy, Sport Massage & TherapyManual Lymphatic Drainage and Electrotherapy.

Women’s health

  • It includes treatment of patients with pelvic floor dysfunction ,bladder,bowel issues.
  • It includes functional training of pelvic floor muscles which have become weak and painful.

Manual Lymphatic Drainage

Health conditions can disrupt the normal flow of lymph, causing fluid to build up in the body, and cause swelling.

Lymphatic Drainage Massage is a form of gentle massage that encourages the movement of lymph fluids around the body – reducing swelling and improving circulation.

There are different types of manual lymphatic drainage (MLD) including Vodder, Földi, Leduc and Casley-Smith. You should only be having MLD from someone who has been trained in one of these types.


OMT (Orthopedic Manipulative Treatment) is a set of hands-on techniques designed to diagnose, treat, and prevent illness or injury.

It is performed to decrease muscle spasm and increase strength and joint mobility. Our therapists are trained to practice the following methods of treatment: Maitland Technique, McKenzie Method, Mulligan Mobilizations, Cyriax Approach, Kaltenborn Concept.

OMT is used to treat patients with low back pain, neck pain, sports injuries, repetitive stress injuries, and strong headaches.

Manual Therapy:

  • It is a physical maneuver that helps in alleviating and resolving your condition, pain or injury.

Aim: to improve movement and function of the affected area which will reduce pain and speed up recovery.

Potential Benefits:

  • Pain relief.
  • Improved joint and soft tissue mobility.
  • Improved flexibility.
  • Reduce scar tissue.
  • Improved muscle and joint function.
  • Restoration of normal joint mechanics.
  • Better quality of life/return to normal activities and sports.

Trigger point therapy: trigger points are hyperirritable knots or bands of tissue within skeletal muscle or fascia which often occur in a contracted muscle causing reduction of the local blood supply to discomfort and pain.

Potential Benefits:

  • Muscle relaxation
  • increased circulation and oxygen to the muscles
  • reduced tension and improved muscle length/elongation
  • pain relief
  • improved muscle activation and function


Physiotherapists may decide to include electrotherapy modalities in their treatments to achieve the desired outcomes. The electrotherapy can assist with decreasing acute pain, loosening of tight soft tissues or decreasing swelling and inflammation. Scar tissue treatment and postsurgical treatment can also be done with these modalities.

Your therapist will inform you of the reasons they are using the electrotherapy and what sensations you can expect during and after the session. Some of the treatment options your therapist may choose include:

  • Ultrasound
  • Interferential therapy
  • Combination of ultrasound and interferential
  • Laser
  • Hot wax therapy
  • Hot/cold pack

Osteopathic Spinal Manipulations

Osteopathic spinal manipulative treatment is hands on treatment method to treat mechanical pain experienced in the upper back,low back. Treatment involves gentle pressure to manipulate the muscles,soft tissues and joints.


There may be occasions where electrical therapy may be indicated for a patient or condition. The role of electrotherapy is usually to decrease levels of inflammation and swelling, decrease pain levels or improve muscle and nerve function. The main modalities we use for this are ultrasound and interferential (electrical stimulation). We can also use laser for the mobilization of scar tissue and help with post-surgical recovery and the treatment of wounds and ulcers.

The use of Extracorpeal Shockwave Therapy is to help the body to recover from injury and is used on soft tissue injuries of muscles and tendons. These injuries can include tennis elbow, shoulder rotator cuff tendinitis and foot plantar fasciitis. The treatment consists of high powered shockwaves being administered through the injury. This helps break down any scar tissue that has formed and helps stimulate new tissue formation. The treatment is highly effective, but can be uncomfortable at times due to the high intensity.

Wet and Dry Cupping Therapy:

  • History of Cupping: Is an old traditional method of placing cups on specific areas of the body to treat different conditions. The cups create a suction effect that is used to treat inflammation, increase blood circulation and helps with pain.

Wet Cupping:

  • Mild suction is created using a cup that is left in place for about 3minutes.
  • The practitioner then removes the cup and uses a specially designed blade to gentle pierce the top layer of skin to allow toxic blood to be released once suction is applie.

Dry Cupping:

  • Uses special cups to create a vacuum pressure in specific areas of the body.
  • Promoting healing, helps in releasing toxins to trigger the lymphatic system.

Benefits of Both:

  • Helps in relieve pain.
  • Ease stiff muscles.
  • Reduces mental stress.
  • Chronic fatigue syndrome.
  • Rheumatism.
  • Enhanced blood circulation.
  • Helps to boost immunity.
  • Improves digestion.
  • Detoxify the body.
  • Enhance overall well-being.

Contraindicated Patients:

  • Bleeding disorders like hemophilia.
  • Blood clotting problems, DVT or history of stroke.
  • Skin condition, eczema.
  • Epilepsy, seizures.
  • Pregnancy.
  • Diabetes.
  • Corticosteroids inhalers.

Dry needling:

  • it is a trigger point therapy

Aim: to release painful or problematic myofascial trigger points within a muscle.


  • Relatively painless insertion of a needle into a muscle.
  • Stimulation of a twitch response within that muscle.
  • Temporary reproduction of your pain or other sensations.
  • Expect muscle ache/heaviness for 24hrs after treatment.


  • Pain relief.
  • Increased range of motion/flexibility of that muscle or body part.
  • Restoration of muscle activation and strength.