Physiotherapy makes use of physical means to treat the diseases and symptoms of human musculoskeletal system.

A complete cure needs to take into account of individual's  physical and mental health, lifestyle, working environment and work procedures. Proper education of daily care and maintenance is also essential for good recovery.

Cervical Radiculopathy
Natural degeneration of cervical spine may lead to symptoms such as pain, muscle tightness, loss of curve, reduced range of movement. In severe case, numbness and weakness in arms and fingers may occur indicating nerve roots involvement. Treatment to relieve symptoms and realignment of posture are especially useful. Stretching and strengthening exercise will then follow for further improvement. Last but not least, education in postures of daily activities is essential to maintenance healthy condition.
Frozen Shoulder
Frozen shoulder usually attack at age around 50.
Tennis and Golfer’s Elbow
These are names of disease but not necessarily happened to tennis and golf players only. The major cause of the diseases come from over use of forearm muscles. Most of the time it accumulates over time therefore repeated movement such as typing or holding a electronic device static are the actual " injury".
Prolapsed Intervertebral Disc
Intervertebral disc is the structure in between 2 spinal vertebrae to serve shock absorb and allow movement of back. Accumulated strain and adapted postures cause wear and tear of the disc and may slip out of the original position. If the slipped disc touches nerve root, symptoms including pain, numbness or even muscle weakness are typical. Depending on stages of prolapse and severity of nerve root compression, treatment will vary from pain relief, realignment of disc, stretching and muscle strengthening and last but not the least postural correction.
Sciatica includes symptoms along the sciatica nerve which branch out from the spine to back of leg.
Sprain ankle
Plantar Fasciitis
Plantar fasciitis refers to inflammation and symptoms in sole and heel. Plantar fascia is a soft tissue structure spread throught the sole to stabilise bones and tendons in the area. Inflammation is caused by prolong walking/ standing, improper shoewear, weakness in leg muscles and in born malalignment of the foot arches
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