Physiotherapy helps to restore normal movement and function to people who have been affected by injuries or conditions.
Physiotherapy uses an evidence-based approach, which begins with a biomechanical assessment of your body followed by a combination of manual and exercise therapy.
We specialise in the following areas of physiotherapy:
Spine rehabilitation promotes recovery and decreases the chances of acute pain becoming chronic in conditions such as:
We use treatment techniques including:
This specialty helps individuals of all ages suffering from sports injury to regain pre-injury levels in their physical fitness. We also help individuals who want to enhance their performance in their preferred sports or prevent injuries.
The types of sports injuries that we help patients recover from include:
Our physiotherapists use a video-assisted digital gait analysis system to effectively identify underlying biomechanical abnormalities in your gait cycle when you walk and run. This allows us to help runners optimise their efficiency and economy.
After a surgery, you may need therapy to help your body regain its pre-surgery strength and functions. Our physiotherapists can support you in your recovery after the following surgeries.
Our physiotherapists provide pre- and post-operative rehabilitation for patients who have undergone heart and lung-related surgical procedures such as:
Cardiopulmonary rehabilitation is suitable if you have heart and lung conditions such as:
The primary goal is to help you clear lung secretion, improve endurance and regain functional independence. This is done through personalised exercise programmes which include:
Our physiotherapists can also support you in using assistive devices such as:
Neuro-rehabilitation regimens can help patients build and regain muscle movement and function after a stroke or for neurological conditions such as:
Our physiotherapists help stroke patients relearn motor skills that have been affected due to brain lesions. We use a multidisciplinary approach to promote recovery. This includes:
In this specialty, our physiotherapists aim to alleviate symptoms of vestibular disorders. Seniors commonly experience dizziness and loss of balance, which may be linked to inner ear disorders.
We have an exercise-based programme to help patients improve their balance and prevent falls. Techniques like the canalith repositioning treatment, otherwise known as the Epley manoeuvre, are effective in patients suffering from benign paroxysmal positional vertigo.
We also offer the following physiotherapy services to promote your health and well-being:
Postnatal rehabilitation is for new mothers, with special emphasis given to pelvic floor exercises. Our physiotherapist will guide you through exercises for post-delivery recovery and to reduce the risk of health complications such as stress incontinence, and pelvic girdle and lower-back pain.
We will advise you how to set up your baby's crib ergonomically, how to care for your back and the correct carrying techniques when taking care of your newborn baby.
Clinical pilates focuses on posture, core stability, balance, control, strength, flexibility, and breathing. It can restore natural spinal curvature and help re-establish muscular control around the joints.
Its benefits include the
Onco-rehabilitation is designed to restore strength, physical function, and independence that patients may have lost due to cancer or cancer treatment. The physiotherapist will assist and design an exercise regime that can help patients to function at a minimum level of dependency and optimise their quality of life.
Physiotherapy can help in the management of type 2 diabetes and its complications. A physiotherapist can prescribe a customised exercise plan, which includes aerobic exercise and strength training, to help patients improve their physical well-being. They can also provide education on proper foot care and other areas of concern for people with diabetes.
Physiotherapy can help people with physical disabilities manage their conditions, regain certain functions or learn improved ways of performing their daily activities.
A physiotherapist can help with disabilities such as cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy and chronic pain. After assessing each patient's ability, the physiotherapist will develop a customised plan to meet their needs and goals.
Bone loss is a part of the aging process, but it can lead to osteoporosis and the increased risk of bone fractures. This risk is greater among women in menopause, although it can affect anyone.
A physiotherapist can assess your needs and develop a tailored programme for you to help improve your overall bone health and slow down bone loss. They can recommend:
Craniosacral therapy on the central nervous and fascial system helps manage both acute and chronic pain. It can also help promote overall health, improve well-being and manage stress.
Physiotherapy can help you to:
At Gleneagles Hospital in Singapore, our dedicated physiotherapists are experienced in helping patients restore their movements and performance after suffering from medical conditions and trauma. Receive the rehabilitation support you deserve in our private and comforting environment.