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Locations : Shivaji Park, Khar

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Treatments

 

Our goal is not only to help you find relief now, but also to give you tools for continued good health.

 

Mckenzie Therapy

The term manual therapy refers to hands-on treatment on muscles, tendons, ligaments, and joints.

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Therapeutic Exercise

Therapeutic exercise is a vital complement to our manual therapy techniques to obtain a good result.

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Electrical Stimulation

we use electrical stimulation modes such as Interferential Therapy, neuro-muscular muscle stimulation

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Taping

Ultrasound is a very helpful modality for some specific conditions. Painless sound waves are produced

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Core Stability Training

Core stability training is used to strengthen abdominal and spinal muscles with the aim of increasing

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Posture Training

Our goal is to relieve your back pain and improve daily function without medication and to keep you

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Manual Therapy

 

The term manual therapy refers to hands-on treatment on muscles, tendons, ligaments, and joints. This hands-on approach is the core of our treatment. It is a highly sophisticated technique that takes years of intense study and practice to master. Manual therapy aims at decreasing pain and improving function in the body. It has been demonstrated in scientific peer reviewed studies to be one of the most effective methods of treatment given by physical therapists in treatment of pain and improvement of function.

Therapeutic Exercise

 

Therapeutic exercise is a vital complement to our manual therapy techniques to obtain a good result. It is important to understand that it is not lack of strength that causes pain; it is an improper functioning musculoskeletal system. To try to correct this dysfunction with conditioning or generic exercises often makes the problem worse. Rehabilitation exercise is highly specific and very low intensity. The muscle system must first function correctly with rehabilitation; then strengthen with conditioning exercise. The initial exercises are used to enhance the correction made with the manual therapy techniques. Once the correction holds with rehabilitation, strengthening exercises are prescribed. We have literally hundreds of exercises that can be given for your specific condition. Once learned, these exercises can be performed on a self-directed basis to avoid reoccurrence.

Electrical Stimulation

 

we use electrical stimulation modes such as Interferential Therapy, neuro-muscular muscle stimulation and TENS (transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation). After a manual therapy and/or exercise treatment this is applied with either heat or ice to reduce muscle spasm, swelling, and inflammation of injured tissue. It is a pleasant sensation and by reducing soft tissue tension and pain can help facilitate a good recovery.

 

1. T.E.N.S. (Transcutaneus Electrical Nerve Stimulation) –
this method primarily aims to provide a pain relief

 

2. Interferential therapy (IFT) –
interferential utilises two currents passed through the tissues simultaneously. IFT is used in the clinical practice for pain relief, muscle stimulation, increased local blood flow, reduction of oedema

 

3. Therapeutic Ultrasound (US) –
it is a form of mechanical vibration delivered to the tissue that accelerates speed the rate of healing and enhance the quality of the repair.

Ultrasound

 

Ultrasound is a very helpful modality for some specific conditions. Painless sound waves are produced by the machine and transferred to a sound head. The sound head is placed on the body. These sound waves penetrate deep into body tissues generating heat within the body part. This will assist in tissue repair and reduction in pain.

Core Stability Training

 

Core stability training is used to strengthen abdominal and spinal muscles with the aim of increasing spinal stability. Traditional abdominal training targets the prime movers in the trunk such as the rectus abdominis muscle. Core stability training works on the postural muscles (e.g. transverse abdominis) that help to stabilize the spine and maintain a desired position while performing an activity.

Posture Training

 

Our goal is to relieve your back pain and improve daily function without medication and to keep you away from surgery if possible.

 

Good posture is an easy and very important way to maintain a healthy mind and body. When you practice correct posture, your body is in alignment with itself. This can alleviate common problems such as back pain, headaches, and fatigue. Good posture comes from strong core muscles that stabilize your torso, whether you're sitting at your desk or running errands all day.

 

Posture correction is important to treat and further prevent back and neck pain.

  • Posture assessment
  • Posture correction guidelines
  • Posture braces if required
  • Postural exercises
  • Product Recommendations to maintain posture

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