. Therapy

Holistic care requires a comprehensive range of skills.

We have a patient-based approach to achieve your objectives. After an initial assessment, we provide a scientific explanation of your medical condition. We then co-design a suitable care plan that is convenient to the patient.
This journey varies depending on the factors we discuss during our consultation and history to customize your treatment. Treatments unusually fall into different categories, including mainly Patient Education, Ergonomics modifications, “hands-on” manual therapy, exercises, dry needling, and other interventions such as Taping, Electrotherapy, Ultrasound, and Traction.
Based on these factors, we will indicate how long your period of recovery will take.
At our center, we strongly believe in the power of touch. So, combined with other interventions in a studied care plan would accelerate the progress and make recovery more tolerable through all stages of the healing process. In hands-on therapy, you focus on specific movements, exercises, and manual skills. These allow you to achieve better results till you reach what we both aim for as a goal, usually pain-free movement.
Hands-on treatment would include stretching, deep tissue massage, joint mobilization, joint manipulation, and PNF and Mulligan techniques.

Exercise Rehabilitation

Getting an injured patient back to normal is often done by restoring both muscular and joint range of motion, regaining muscle strength, and optimizing muscle performance. We select the movements based on your specific case following the examination and diagnosis. The frequency, intensity, and difficulty of each exercise are decided based on many variables. These variables include the patient’s condition, age, physical activity, thus making it easy for the patient to commit to the program conveniently. All of these fall in the goal of getting better and allowing you to function in the ideal state you reach.

Ergonomics and Behavior modifications

What you do outside the clinic and how you do it is more important than what you do inside the clinic. To get a speedier and efficient recovery, it’s always better to focus on the 23 hours you spend outside and not only the one-hour session. This awareness can mainly involve being aware of your posture at home and work, getting more often to sit more upright, and sleeping in a proper position. You can also focus on modifying what could be a reason to trigger your pain, like redesigning or reorganizing your workspace and home. Surround yourself in a safe environment to prevent any fall downs, if needed, and much more. Also, remember your breathing patterns, physical training loads, programs, and techniques and refer to a specialist if required.

Patient Education

It is often an essential part of what we all require to progress. Sometimes, it is all that is needed to understand your medical condition and get better. Understanding the problem and being an active part of the treatment help you throughout your recovery. We reveal the issue by investigating the causes behind strains and stress on the affected area and discovering what might worsen the condition. The next step would be working on resolving them. The process involves using specific movements, positions, and actions in a way that helps to relieve worry and encourages you to give your best to get better. One of our primary goals is to educate the patient and his family about all case-related details and how they can manage at home, clinic, and community. Once you track this and get involved in the care plan, you get halfway there to achieve your objective.