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PhysioRelieve Physiotherapy Clinic is one close to my heart with a vision of relieving all ailing. My clinic ensured my personal attention to every patient. Giving each patient the justified time they deserve for their treatment gives me immense satisfaction with my work.

Within ten months we had crossed the mark of 100 patients and within sixteen months we crossed a turnover of 200 hundred patients annually.

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Physiotherapy is a treatment designed to restore, maintain and maximize patient mobility, function, and well-being. Physiotherapy helps with physical rehabilitation, prevention of injury, and health and fitness. Physiotherapy is getting you involved in your own recovery.

Manual Therapy:

Manual therapy uses specific hands-on techniques, (including, but not limited to, manipulation / mobilization), used by the physical therapist to diagnose and treat soft tissues and joint structures for the purpose of modulating pain; increasing range of motion ( ROM).


Acupressure is similar to acupuncture, but is performed with hands rather than needles. Acupressure has several advantages and is applied to the same pressure points and meridians with a gentle to firm finger pressure as acupuncture. They are known as acupressure points and are stimulated as part of care in various conditions. This is also being used for general health, including stress control.

Foam Roller Therapy:

The most common purpose of a foam roll in a prescription exercise is likely to achieve massage-like effects. In order to achieve relaxation effects, we typically use a foam roll in combination with your own body weight by lying on a foam roll with the affected muscles directly at the top of the roll. By gradually rolling over the target region of the affected body part, we are essentially massaging the muscle. By rolling over these ‘trigger points’ with the weight of the body, the muscles are compressed, which in turn elongate the local muscle fibres.


Thermotherapy or heat therapy is the use of heat in treatment. The therapeutic effects of heat include increasing soft tissue extensibility, decreasing joint stiffness, minimizing discomfort, alleviating muscle spasms, and increasing blood flow to improve the healing process. There are two different forms of rain, either humid or dry. Dry heat appears to work more on the surface of the skin while moist heat penetrates deeper in order to enhance therapeutic results. The most popular method of heat application for recovery is the use of moist hot packs (Hydro collator packs).

Paraffin Wax:

Paraffin wax is used to apply moist heat to the hands or legs to relieve discomfort and stiffness. This form of heat therapy is a good alternative for people with arthritis or other rheumatic disorders – heat helps improve blood flow and relax muscles. This is also a safe and good choice for muscle, tendon, and ligament disorders for this reason. Paraffin wax is especially helpful in reducing discomfort and loosening the joints of the hands and fingers before exercise.


Pilates is a special equipment workout program intended to enhance physical strength, flexibility and balance and increase mental awareness. Pilates offers several advantages as a tool and workout activity. The regular practice contributes to an improvement in lung capacity and circulation. It also increases bone density and joint safety. It is important to note, in the exercise of Pilates, that every movement should be performed slowly and include each of the six fundamental principles.


Athletes usually use taping as a defensive measure in the event of an current injury. Several of the purposes of taping are to limit mobility of injured joints, soft tissue compression to minimize swelling. Promote anatomical structures and as defense against re-injury. Taping is used as a means of recovery or prophylaxis where support and stabilization are required, as a first aid device, to avoid injury and to protect the wounded anatomical structure while healing.

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PhysioRelieve offers ergonomic and work-site tests to improve the worker’s work-site relationship and eventually reduce the risk for work-related injuries. The detection of possible risk factors within an occupational environment is an integral component of the health and well-being of workers and of the promotion of well-being within the facility. Ergonomic hazards can be identified in order to create an action plan to change or remove possible risk factors.

Physical and organizational problems are discussed, with special focus on work place operations, functional work place design, environmental problems, biomechanical concerns and overall system design.

Proprioception and Balance Exercises:

Proprioception is an important neuromuscular sensation of the body. It falls within our “sixth sense,” more generally known as somatosensation. The term somatosensation is an all-encompassing concept that includes balancing and proprioception. Feedback from all these various sensory elements comes from our peripheral nervous system (PNS), feed information to our central nervous system (CNS), both at the level of the spinal cord (reflexive), and sent to the cerebral cortex for further processing. Activating all the systems together to compensate for the unfortunate loss or weaker sensations is the key in training for Balance rehabilitation.

Static Muscle Strengthening:

Muscle strength testing is usually conducted as part of a patient’s objective evaluation and is an essential component of a physical test that can provide details about neurological deficiencies. This is used to determine vulnerability and can be useful in separating true weakness from imbalance or poor endurance. It is the first stage of treatment in surgical rehabilitation and acute joint pain such as acute arthritis of the knees.

Muscle Energy Techniques (MET):

Muscle Energy Technique (MET) is a type of manual therapy that uses muscle energy in the form of gentle isometric contractions to relax muscles through autogenic or reciprocal inhibition and lengthen muscles. Compared to static stretching, a passive technique in which the therapist does all the work, MET is an active technique in which the patient is also an active participant.

Paediatrics (Children’s Physiotherapy):

Paediatric physiotherapy is a branch of medicine dealing with the development, care, and diseases of infants, children, and adolescents and is taken care of, by specially trained therapists. Physio-Relieve Physiotherapy is proud to provide pediatric clients with customized physiotherapy services. Cases of delayed milestones, diplegia, cerebral palsy, downs syndrome have been treated very successfully by us.

Mobile Physiotherapy Services:

Are you unable to make it to our clinic? We at PhysioRelieve provide mobile physiotherapy and can provide our services in the privacy and comfort of your home. If you are staying in a house or an apartment, we will give you our physiotherapy services. This may include our one-on-one physiotherapy and walking evaluation.

Myofascial Release (MFR):

Myofascial release (MFR) is an alternative medicine treatment believed to be effective for treating skeletal muscle immobility and pain by relaxing contracted muscles, enhancing blood, oxygen, and lymphatic circulation, and stimulating stretch reflex in muscles. The use of myofascial release as a cure is not backed by sufficient evidence; as a supplement for traditional cancer care, it risks causing harm.

Rehabilitation Exercises:

Rehabilitation is about enabling and encouraging individuals to recover or adjust, to achieve their full potential and to live as fully and actively as possible. Rehab should begin to speed up recovery as soon as possible. Research shows that it can improve your mobility and activity levels, reduce the amount of time you need to stay out of work, and greatly improve the quality of your life. This includes Prenatal. Postnatal, Post-surgical, Frozen shoulder, Knee injury, Slipped disc, Stroke, Tennis elbow, Motor neuron (Parkinson) Post fracture, etc.

Geriatrics (Senior Friendly Care):

The geriatrics area discusses the dynamic nature of several problems associated with the aging process. It balances multiple medical conditions, challenging social and emotional needs, independence and coordination with disabilities, and barriers to independent living. Mobility and coordination can be improved by muscle-enhancing exercises, calming routines to facilitate transfers and walking, and support from assistive devices such as walkers and canes.

Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy:

Pelvic floor physiotherapy includes an internal and external pelvic examination to determine and manage imbalances in the pelvic floor muscles. Usually adapted exercises are recommended for the treatment of pelvic floor muscles that are either too weak or too strong. Patients are encouraged to learn new techniques for posture and movement, and to build conscientious body consciousness, balanced bladder and bowel habits, and safe exercise.

Biomechanical Analysis:

Biomechanics is a human motion analysis. The study of biomechanics is critical in determining what causes injuries and therefore how we can prevent them from recurring. Physiotherapists are highly qualified to diagnose biomechanical defects that can predispose you to injury.

In sport and exercise, biomechanics refers to the study of human movements, and the relationship between the athlete, athletic equipment and the exercise environment.


Electrotherapy uses electrical impulses to interfere with the delivery of neuronal pain signals to the brain. Effectively slows down or distracts the message from the nerve to the brain. It affects one’s ‘Pain Gate,’ whether in acute or chronic pain episodes, is a critical treatment field and electrotherapy is a very useful tool where traditional drugs are not as effective. Electrotherapy can also require the use of this electrical current to speed up the healing of tissues where tissue damage has already occurred.

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