About the Physiotherapy Department
Our team is comprised of talented and
experienced international Physiotherapists
. The Moving Body Group's Physiotherapy Department plays an integral part in the healing process for individuals who have experienced acute injury, post-surgery, or for those with chronic or progressively degenerative conditions. We have highly qualified in-house Physiotherapists who can put together a treatment plan tailored to your needs. Our clients have achieved tremendous results in their Physiotherapy sessions which included manual therapy, such as soft tissue release and joint mobililisation. All our Physiotherapists
are registered with the AHPC (Allied Health Professions Council) and we have close ties to the Singapore Physiotherapy Association.
Movement and activity play a key role in our lives today and when pain limits or interferes with these activities, it can be restrictive. We offer a range of different treatments skills such as muscle stretching and strengthening, soft tissue release, joint mobilisations, taping and electro physical modalities, ergonomic advice, as well as exercise prescription.
Benefits of Physiotherapy:
- Improve Breathing Technique
- Improve Movement Patterns
- Improve Nervous System Function
- Improve Overall Daily Function
- Improve Posture
- Improve Range of Motion
- Reduce Pain
- Reduce Muscle/Joint Stiffness
- Relieve Stress
- Strengthen Muscles
Back pain is becoming more prevalent and affects our lifestyle and mobility. Lower back pain is one of the most common injuries affecting humans today with 80% of us experiencing at least one episode of low back pain in our lives.
At The Moving Body, we provide a full Physiotherapy
consultation which includes screening and assessment and an individualised treatment plan to restore function and also prevention recurrence.
Physiotherapy promotes your child's performance in gross motor skills such as sitting, standing, walking, running, skipping, jumping, bike riding, ball skills and generally having fun!
Benefits of Physiotherapy for your Child:
- Advice on footwear, orthotics, splints and braces
- Improved mobility, strength and flexibility of your joints and muscles
- Improved movement and co-ordination
- Improvement in posture and walking pattern
- Increased participation in play with peers
- Less pain, leading to a more active daily life
- Minimise swelling and stiffness
Pre and Post-Natal Physiotherapy
Within a short period of time, the physical changes to a woman's body related to pregnancy are multiple and may cause discomfort and pain. Our Physiotherapists
will assess your symptoms, answer your questions and create a treatment plan that integrates Pilates
and Physiotherapy to treat early signs of pelvic pain, lower back pain and incontinence. Learn how to manage post-natal issues such as rectus diastasis and get advice on back and neck care when handling your baby.
Pre and Post-Surgery Rehabilitation
Following a major injury, you may require surgery and this can have a limiting effect on your lifestyle and activities. Surgical rehabilitation refers to the recovery process that you will embark on either immediately before or directly after surgery.
Rehabilitation refers to Physiotherapy intervention before surgery. This can help speed up recovery and minimise any complications after surgery.
The overall goal of post-operative rehabilitation is to optimise the healing and recovery process and enable full return to functional activities of daily life including sports.
Massage Therapy has a long history in cultures around the world. Depending on the application and techniques used, massage is beneficial in treating sports injuries and other problems affecting the musculature of the body such as postural misalignment and many painful conditions.
Sports Massage helps to recover after sports training and optimises your performance. This massage utilises medium to hard pressure focusing on muscular releases and stretches.
Manual Lymphatic Drainage is a technique used to gently work and stimulate the lymphatic system, to assist in reduction of localised swelling. The lymphatic system is a network of slow moving vessels in the body that carries cellular waste toward the heart, to be filtered and removed. Lymph also carries lymphocytes, and other immune system agents. Manual lymphatic drainage claims to improve waste removal and immune function.
A massage can be part of the Physiotherapy treatment or can be booked separately.