Physiotherapy is a health care profession that offers a wide range of specialized services. The aim is of physiotherapy is to make a proper diagnosis and afford customized treatment in order to prevent further damage or disease. Physiotherapists work primarily with people recovering from injuries. The goal is to get patients back in motion with exercises, massage, and other techniques, and therapy usually happens in the hospital setting. Physical therapy often focuses on preventing further injuries, and it can help people to avoid surgery or long-term dependence on medications.
Our physiotherapists assist their patients, ably, so that they recover quickly and become independent. This is done by targeting the therapy on those systems of the body related to movement and muscle strength. Physical therapists at Columbia Asia Referral Hospital work with the patients to evolve the best course of treatment for them. They focus on applying therapy to those parts of the body that cause limitation of the ability to move, to play sports, or to perform activities of daily living.
The inpatient and outpatient services offered by Physiotherapy are designed with a primary goal in mind: to restore the function of the concerned body parts and to achieve a better quality of life on the whole. Whether it is about managing pain, or learning to walk, or preparing to work, or adjusting to life after illness, our team of experts engages with the patient and his/her family to design a customized treatment plan tailored to suit the patient’s absolute needs.
“The goal of Physiotherapy is to get your body back to its original function as soon as possible.”
Physiotherapy is offered to individuals who are experiencing:
Physiotherapy is offered to individuals who are recovering from:
Our multidisciplinary team provides care for all ages – from the pediatric to geriatric patients.
Additional clinics/programs are also operational, namely:
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