Back and Neck Pain Neck and back pain are among the most common musculoskeletal complaints. Our Physiotherapist will carry out a thorough assessment to screen, diagnose and identify possible contributing factors.
Osteoarthritis The aim of Physiotherapy is to help guide patients with a personalized and evidence-based management plan and exercise program to achieve preferred level of activity.
Total Knee ArthroplastySGH Physiotherapy has a team of physiotherapists which is specialized and well-experienced in the management of knee arthropasty.
Sport Injury Management Our Sports Physiotherapy team provides individualized Physiotherapy management for a wide variety of sporting injuries sustained by elite athletes
Upper Limb RehabilitationPhysiotherapist manage a spectrum of conservative as well as surgical shoulder and elbow conditions and help patients optimize functional recovery.
Ergonomics and Management of Work-related Musculoskeletal InjuriesErgonomics is the science of fitting jobs to people.
Foot and Ankle RehabilitationThe Physiotherapy Department provides comprehensive evidence-based assessment, treatment and rehabilitation services for all foot and ankle problems.
Hip Fracture RehabilitationOur physiotherapists is part of the multi-disciplinary team involved in the comprehensive care of patients with geriatric hip fractures which can be for surgical or conservative management.
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Chest PhysiotherapyPulmonary Physiotherapy aims to improve ventilation, facilitate removal of secretions and improve management of shortness of breath for better function.
Pulmonary RehabilitationPulmonary Rehabilitation program provides individualised education, exercise and support to patients with pulmonary diseases
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Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery RehabilitationAs with all post-operative management, the primary goals of Physiotherapy are respiratory care and early mobilisation.
Pre-habilitation ProgramPre-habilitation is a process to improve or optimize physical and psychological health before receiving acute medical or surgical treatment surgery, chemotherapy or radiation therapy.
Transplant RehabilitationPhysiotherapy services are provided for transplant donors and recipients to optimise physical fitness before transplant to facilitate recovery as well as to restore physical function after transplant.
Management of chronic pain requires a multi-disciplinary bio-psycho-social approach. Physiotherapist work as part of the multi-disciplinary team to help patients with chronic pain
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The aim of cancer or oncology rehabilitation is to improve quality of life, restore, optimise and maintain functional ability throughout the various stages and progression of the condition. We respect the unique needs of patients and provide individualized physiotherapy assessment, care plan and exercise program in both inpatient and outpatient settings. We work with community providers for seamless continuity of care as required.
How can a pelvic health Physiotherapist help?
A pelvic health Physiotherapist will perform a holistic assessment to determine the contributing factors to your symptoms. These can include poor pelvic floor muscle control, insufficient water intake, constipation or sensitive bladder. A treatment plan targeting contributing factors specific to you will be used to speed up recovery.
Pelvic health Physiotherapists can help with the following issues:
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Patients, with autoimmune and rheumatological conditions, usually present with pain, muscle weakness and/or joint stiffness which may cause limitations in their physical, social and vocational function. The aim of Physiotherapy is to help optimise physical abilities through exercises as well as to educate and empower patients in self-efficacious long term management of their chronic conditions.
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Robot-assisted walking therapy is an adjunct in Physiotherapy that can help patient to relearn walking. It is administered via the Lokomat™ which is a body weight supported robotic treadmill training system with a virtual reality environment that provides constant audio and visual feedback. It comprises of harnesses for safety and robotic orthoses attached to the legs to enable highly effective and repetitive physiologic gait training. The Lokomat™ is suitable for patients with stroke, spinal cord injury, brain injury, neurological or orthopaedic conditions. Patients will be screened and referred by Rehabilitation Medicine Physician for rehabilitation with Lokomat™.