Domiciliary Physiotherapy
Domiciliary physiotherapy:
Domiciliary Physiotherapy:
  • Stretches and joint mobilizations
  • Manual therapeutic techniques
  • Physiotherapist analgesic treatments: ultrasound, transcutaneous nerve stimulation, acupuncture
  • Home exercise program
  • Assessment of home environment

Domiciliary physiotherapy involves providing home rehabilitation services to patients that are either unable/inconvenienced to come to the clinic or require home assessments. This may include patients requiring assessment and treatment for issues including: pediatric, geriatric, fracture trauma, stroke rehabilitation, spinal cord injuries, chest physiotherapy and other musculoskeletal issues.


Why choose domiciliary physiotherapy?


Domiciliary physiotherapy services enable patients to become more active, preventing complications such as muscle atrophy, stiff joints, lung infections, heart problems; and begin a home rehabilitation program addressing personal goals such as improving mobility, reducing pain, gaining independence with functional exercises. The home environment can simultaneously be assessed to allow for a safer and more independent living area.



 Basic Services:

 1. Post-surgery patient

 Patients who have recently undergone surgery (such as orthopedic, cardiac chest surgery), physiotherapy may be provided for various reasons such as enhancing lung function and physical rehabilitation to speed up the recovery.


 2. Chest therapy and assessment

 Provide chest physiotherapy, such as postural expectoration, breathing exercises, enhanced lung function, reduce the chances of infection.


 3. Pain and trauma therapy

For persons suffering from low back pain, neck pain, sports injuries, muscle strain; physiotherapy will be able to perform an in-depth examination and provide an effective treatment.


For these scenarios, the therapist will be equipped with portable electrotherapy equipment. Some of electrotherapy’s benefits include:

  • Relieving chronic pain
  • Promoting soft tissue healing
  • Stimulating muscle activity


4. Physical Training

 Physical training helps with a wide variety of problems, ranging from enhancing sports performance to pain management to stroke rehabilitation. It does this through a range of mechanisms such as correcting posture and body movement patterns, improving body balance, increasing muscle strength, flexibility, endurance and coordination.


5.Training for specific day to day activities

The main goal for most patients is to reduce their dependency on people and devices, and improve the amount of activities they can do by themselves. Physiotherapy can help with the rehabilitation of patients back to their daily activity needs. Activities can range from generic everyday activities such as walking, picking up objects, getting out of bed; to individual specific activities such as knitting or playing mah jong.



Each treatment session lasts for about 45 minutes however it can differ depending on the complexity of the disease and needs.