A physical therapy clinic is a healthcare facility that provides treatment, pain relief, and physical rehabilitation to help patients return to their daily lives as normally as possible. We have a team of physical therapists who specialize in providing treatment and restoring physical function. We also have state-of-the-art rehabilitation equipment that is standardized, safe, and sufficient for providing quality care. Our patient care encompasses promoting health, prevention, treatment, and physical and mental rehabilitation to ensure that patients can resume their normal lives.
Physical therapy for musculoskeletal patients:
- Treating office syndrome (neck pain, shoulder pain).
- Managing back pain, using pillows to support spinal alignment, treating chronic back inflammation, or patients with chronic back pain.
- Treating individuals with muscle pain and inflammation, such as pain in various joints.
- Rehabilitation and exercise for patients with joint degeneration, such as knee osteoarthritis.
- Treating injuries from work-related activities, fractures, and surgical procedures.
Our physical therapy clinic is equipped to provide comprehensive care to patients with various musculoskeletal conditions, helping them recover and regain their quality of life.
Physical therapy for neurological patients
Rehabilitation of stroke patients or those with spinal cord injuries results in conditions like hemiplegia and paralysis.
Recovery includes regaining muscle strength, addressing weakness in the arms and legs, rehabilitating patients with Parkinson’s disease, and post-surgery neurological recovery.
Physiotherapy for cardiovascular and respiratory system patients.
Provides services through physical examination and analysis of issues related to the cardiovascular and respiratory systems in order to reduce the various complications that may arise from prolonged bed rest. Offers physical therapy with specialized techniques, including positioning, chest percussion, chest vibration, and suctioning of mucus.
- Providing care, treatment, and rehabilitation for athletes both before and after competitions helps reduce issues arising from injuries.
Treatment Activity Rehabilitation Program
- Providing rehabilitation services with a focus on assessing and planning treatment strategies tailored to the individual needs of elderly individuals and stroke patients. Rehabilitation efforts emphasize swallowing stimulation and various activity-based therapies to maximize the benefits and efficiency of patient care.
- Hand function training program: A program designed to stimulate and improve control of arm and hand movements.
- Swallowing training program: A program for assessing and rehabilitating difficulties with swallowing.
- Cognitive training program: A program aimed at assessing and improving cognitive functions, including perception and memory.
- Pre-speech training: A program to enhance communication skills before speech therapy.
- Activities for Daily Living training: Training to improve the skills necessary for daily activities.
The benefits of rehabilitation activities include:
Physical Conditioning: Through appropriate and interesting activities designed and conducted by a team of experts, individuals can exercise and strengthen their major and minor muscle groups and their brain.
Quality Leisure Time: Participating in enjoyable and non-monotonous activities that stimulate imagination can help individuals feel a sense of self-worth and value, benefiting themselves and others.
Social Interaction: Interacting with friends and acquaintances, as well as reducing stress and boosting positive motivation, are outcomes of such activities for older adults.
Building Good Relationships: These activities can foster strong family relationships, strengthening bonds among family members, and improving their quality of life when relatives and healthcare professionals engage in them together.
Monitoring Progress: The healthcare team can assess the progress and arrange complementary treatments more effectively by organizing engaging activities that allow the medical staff to understand the patient’s rehabilitation development.