A rehabilitation physician works closely with other medical colleagues and allied health professionals to develop a rehabilitation treatment program and regularly review rehabilitative goals. Some specialised programs include neurological, spinal, paediatric and amputee rehabilitation.
At Gleneagles Hospitals, our clinical rehabilitative team specialists in musculoskeletal physiotherapy evaluate various techniques that can help identify specific problems that are causing pain and disability. Each therapist makes use of the latest research-based protocols and treatment plans, individually created and tailored to fit every patient's goals.
To ensure that your treatment is working correctly, all our physiotherapists keep close contact with you and your physicians so that progress is logged, and ultimately recovery is in sight.
But in order for results to be achieved, Gleneagles Hospitals encourages a partnership between both the patient and the therapist. We hope that patients take a more active role in their own recovery and stress that education and self-care as well as at-home exercise programmes straight from the very first visit.From amateur to professional, individual or even in a team, Gleneagles Hospitals is committed to help you get back in the game as fast as possible. Each physiotherapist at Gleneagles Hospitals is backed with years of experience in the field to accurately diagnose injuries from ligament tears to muscular strains and sprains. A tailored-to-fit treatment and rehabilitation plan is then suggested, designed and modified for each appropriate individual and their respective sport.
Gleneagles Hospitals also specialises in osteoarthritis, general degenerative conditions and even short and long term spinal issues for back and neck pain as well as other conditions listed below.
- Rotator cuff degeneration
- Tennis Elbow
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Manual and manipulative physiotherapy
- Soft tissue release
- Trigger point release
- Muscle energy techniques
- Acupuncture/dry needling
- Shock wave therapy
- Strapping and taping
- Personalised therapeutic exercise programmes
- Treatment of neck and back injuries
- Postural and ergonomic advice
- Work site assessment
- Treatment of acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions
- Patient advice and education
All our physiotherapists and specialists at Gleneagles Hospitals foster a close professional relationship with some of the top orthopaedic surgeons in the region. Every physiotherapist is experienced in the injuries and their corresponding surgical procedures listed below. They also work with your appointed surgeon to help identify key postoperative points for every case.
- Knee joint surgery
- Foot and ankle surgery
- Hip joint surgery
- Shoulder joint surgery
- Elbow, wrist and hand surgery
- Spinal surgery