Humans are capable not only of motion but of creating works of art with the body, such as in dancing, drawing, playing musical instruments and others.
As such, it is paramount for the body to be fully functional at all times in order to live life to the fullest. However, this may not be as easy as it sounds.
The modern lifestyle that is mostly sedentary gives rise to ergonomic-related problems, while weekend warriors consisting of urbanites who want to keep fit, risk injuries when they over-exert themselves during weekend sporting activities. There are also occupational hazards such as carpel tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow, stiff shoulders and backache that arrest our productivity and disrupt daily activities.
Fully equipped with a wide range of rehabilitative equipment, our Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation Centre helps people with physical impairments and functional disabilities recover and regain top form again.
The Centre, led by a dedicated team consisting of a physiotherapist, occupational therapist, prosthetic and orthotic specialist, and speech language therapist, offers basic therapies to complex integrated rehabilitative programmes for patients.