What is Physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy is concerned with human function, movement and physical potential. It uses physical approaches to promote, maintain and restore physical and social well-being, taking account of variations in health status such as sports injuries, women’s health issues, post surgery rehabilitation and postural assessment.
Physiotherapy helps to relieve pain, improve muscle strength and performance, joint range and mobility and improve respiratory function.
Physiotherapy in Singapore and Worldwide
Physiotherapy is governed by the Allied Health Professions Act and regulated by the Ministry of Health, Singapore. A physiotherapist should be registered with the Allied Health Professions Council (AHPC) to practise in Singapore.
At Body with Soul, our physiotherapist is registered with the AHPC, Singapore and has extensive experience working in the UK and in Singapore helping numerous patients achieve positive health outcomes.
Conditions managed by our Physiotherapists
Our Physiotherapist has extensive experience and specialises in assessing and treating issues such as:
- Pregnancy-related pelvic girdle pain (symphysis pubis, sacro-iliac joint)
- Postnatal separated abdominal muscles (rectus abdominis diastasis)
- Pelvic floor problems for both men and women (urinary/bowel incontinence, prolapse, painful sexual intercourse)
- Breastfeeding problems (mastitis, engorged breasts, blocked ducts)
In addition to these, our Physiotherapist also commonly works with patients in the following areas:
- chronic pain management, sports performance
- injury prevention and treatment
- rehabilitation after stroke/injury/disease
- child development and problems and
- gerontology/care of the elderly
At Body with Soul, our physiotherapist runs routine clinical pilates classes which is a holistic discipline that improves physiological fitness and enhances psychological wellbeing. It combines the mental focus and specific breathing of yoga and Chinese martial arts with the physicality of gymnastics and other sports movements.
- Group class (limited to 5 pax) every Tuesdays & Thursdays – Call for booking at 6779 0660 – Packages available.
- Private One to One sessions are also available on the Reformer.
What to expect from your visit
Most clients ‘self refer’ to a physiotherapist for treatment. While referral by a doctor or General Physician (GP) is not necessary, we encourage you to keep both your doctor and physiotherapist fully informed. Physiotherapists work closely with your doctor as part of the medical team to ensure that you receive advice on such matters as home activity, return to sport and progression of treatment. This holistic approach helps the practitioner provide best healthcare for you to achieve maximum movement and independence, reduce the risk of further injury, achieve a healthier lifestyle and reach optimum wellness outcomes.
Generally, your first appointment is for 60 minutes to allow the physiotherapist to get a full history while subsequent appointments will be for 45 minutes. Our physiotherapist is registered with the appropriate national body in the country they qualified and stays updated with continued professional education (PD). They are also registered with the Allied Health Professions Council (AHPC), Singapore.
Please feel free to contact us for more information on our Physiotherapy services or to book an appointment.