Physiotherapy in hospital is primarily for acute care. It focuses on early mobilisation, optimal respiratory function and the prevention of secondary complications.


 In hospital physiotherapy covers a wide range of conditions such as:


  • Cardiac rehabilitation
  • General surgeries
  • Orthopaedic surgeries
  • Maternity and women’s health
  • Geriatrics
  • Paediatrics
  • ICU and High care
  • Medical patients 
  • Neurological patients


Thereafter we continue to manage you or your loved ones in an outpatient capacity or we can even come to your home or facility of residence.


The great part about physiotherapists is that they are first line practitioners, meaning you don’t need a referral to see one. Your physiotherapist can also send you for basic investigations such as ultrasounds and x rays and even refer you onto specialists. We treat a variety of physiotherapy conditions in our rooms such as:


  • Back pain, neck pain and headaches
  • Post-surgical rehabilitation
  • Sport injuries
  • Chest infections (adults and children)
  • Neurological rehabilitation (adults and children)
  • Woman’s and Pelvic health
  • Sinusitis
  • Hand therapy
  • Muscle activation therapy to improve posture, stability, flexibility, sports performance and reduced risk of injury
  • Developmental delays
  • Low postural tone disorders
  • Surgical scar management
  • Mastectomy and Reconstruction 
  • Temporomandibular dysfunction
  • Chronic pain
  • Injuries on duty (IOD)