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Our Services

Surgical or Non-surgical

Upper limb (arm and hand) rehabilitation for injuries/dysfunction

In-Patients and Out-Patients

Examples of these conditions include: 

  •  Rotator cuff
  •  Frozen shoulder
  •  Fractures of the upper limb (arm), including hands
  •  Shoulder / elbow / finger dislocations
  •  Shoulder replacement
  •  Tennis / Golfer’s elbow
  •  Carpel Tunnel Syndrome
  •  Osteo and Rheumatoid arthritis in upper limb and hand
  •  Nerve injuries
  •  Thoracic outlet syndrome


Our consultation rooms are based in the hospital. Our rooms provide out -patient services to walk-ins as well as provide continuity to patients that we have treated in hospital following their discharge.

An appointment is preferable – you can book online from our website

Irrespective of the type of injury/dysfunction, our therapists will do a comprehensive assessment and establish the best way forward in aiding your recovery (including referring to a Specialist or sending you for X-rays if necessary)

Hands-on treatment is often coupled with prescribing relevant home exercises specific to your condition and level of functional ability.

Education is key! Our therapists will therefore educate you on what has gone wrong as well as how to best navigate your full recovery.


Physiotherapy intervention is aimed at managing and aiding the recovery of patients admitted into hospital. Physiotherapy treatment includes:

Optimizing lung function by clearing secretions, doing breathing exercises, preparation for surgery and post-operative care. We also have a very strong presence in the Bone Marrow Transplant Unit (BMTU) and Haematology (Sunflower) Wards assisting patients in their recovery from Chemotherapy.

We assist patients who have become deconditioned due to illness or a prolonged stay in hospital. This includes assisting patients in reaching a point of being able to mobilize (walk) either independently or with assistance (walking frame, crutches, etc.).

  • Lower back pain (including sciatica)
  • Neck pain (including whiplash)
  • Muscle spasm and/or trigger points (knots) in muscles
  • Injury or pain in any upper limb or lower limb joint
  • Pain or injury sustained to nerves
  • Chest treatment as above
  • Post-operative rehabilitation following Caesarean
  • Laser therapy for cracked nipples
  • Engorgement
  • Generalized and pelvic floor strengthening following pregnancy
  • Advice and education

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