Therapy & Rehab


What is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy, also known as physical therapy, is a healthcare profession focused on the assessment, treatment, and prevention of physical impairments, disabilities, and pain. Physiotherapists are licensed healthcare professionals who have specialized training in anatomy, physiology, and human movement. They work with people of all ages and abilities, helping them to improve their physical function, mobility, and quality of life.

Physiotherapy treatments include a range of techniques, such as exercise programs, manual therapy, electrotherapy, and education on proper posture and body mechanics.


Why Physiotherapy is important

Physiotherapy plays a crucial role in promoting and restoring physical well-being, making it a vital healthcare profession. This specialized field encompasses a wide range of conditions, including sports injuries, providing effective treatments like back pain relief, knee rehabilitation, and neck exercises. For individuals undergoing post-surgery rehab, ankle sprain treatment focuses on prompt recovery. Pediatric physiotherapy addresses specific needs of young patients, and tennis elbow exercises aid in the recovery process. ACL tear recovery programs are also available for individuals seeking comprehensive care.


Chronic pain management is another key aspect of physiotherapy, offering relief through various techniques and exercises. Geriatric physiotherapy addresses the unique challenges faced by older adults, ensuring their well-being. Workplace ergonomics guidance promotes healthier work habits and prevents work-related issues. Stroke rehabilitation programs assist individuals in recovering their physical abilities, while hydrotherapy offers a therapeutic approach through water-based exercises.


Physiotherapists employ manual therapy techniques to address various conditions, including balance training exercises for stability improvement. 
With its comprehensive range of treatments and personalized care, physiotherapy plays a pivotal role in enhancing the physical, mental, and emotional well-being of individuals. It enables them to lead active, fulfilling lives by promoting independence and improving overall quality of life.

The RCP Health Expertise

Physiotherapy specialty care at RCP Health includes specialized areas within the field of physiotherapy that require additional training and expertise beyond what is covered in a general physiotherapy degree. These specialties focus on specific areas of the body or specific patient populations.

Pediatric Physiotherapy

Pediatric physiotherapy programs play a crucial role in supporting the healthy development and well-being of children. Find out more about our pediatric physiotherapy program by Clicking Here

Neurological Physiotherapy

Our neurological physiotherapy rehabilitation program provides personalized care and targeted exercises to enhance functional abilities and promote recovery. Learn more by Clicking Here

Sports Injury Physiotherapy ​

Sports Injury Physiotherapy Program at RCP Health focuses on providing targeted interventions and exercises to facilitate pain relief, accelerate recovery, restore functionality, and prevent future injuries in athletes and individuals recovering from sports-related injuries. to learn more Click Here

Orthopedic Physiotherapy​​

The orthopedic physiotherapy program focuses on reducing pain, improving mobility, and enhancing functionality through targeted exercises and interventions for individuals with orthopedic conditions or recovering from injuries. To learn more Click Here

Cardiopulmonary Physiotherapy

Cardiopulmonary physiotherapy is a specialized area of physiotherapy that focuses on the assessment, treatment, and management of individuals with cardiovascular and respiratory conditions. It aims to improve the functioning of the heart and lungs, enhance breathing efficiency, and optimize overall physical fitness and functional capacity. To learn more, Click Here

Geriatric Physiotherapy

Geriatric physiotherapy, also known as geriatric rehabilitation or elderly physiotherapy, is a specialized branch of physiotherapy that focuses on the assessment, treatment, and management of older adults with various age-related conditions and functional limitations. It aims to enhance the overall health, mobility, and quality of life for older individuals. To learn more about the program Click Here

Treatment Modalities

Electrical Simulation

TENS is a method that aims to provide a degree of symptomatic pain relief by exciting sensory nerves


It involves applying heat or cold to change soft tissue’s cutaneous, intra-articular, and core temperature.


Cryotherapy, also known as ice therapy controls pain by instigating local anesthesia.


Sound waves cause thermal changes to soft tissue thus increasing blood circulation, & promoting healing

Low Level Laser Therapy

Laser Therapy effectively treats the musculoskeletal conditions by accelerating connective tissue repair 

Manual Therapy

Relieve tension that has built up due to injury or stress. Increase blood flow which speeds up the recovery..

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When to see a physiotherapist?

Care by Medical Condition

Our modern lifestyles have put considerable strain on our necks, backs, and overall well-being. Knee discomfort, back pain, and neck strain have become a part of life. When a certain sort of pain does not go away over some time or occurs after doing a specific movement, it is best to contact a physiotherapist. Physiotherapy has a wide range of specialties that can help with the following medical issues: Neurological, Neuromusculoskeletal, Cardiovascular, and Respiratory


Respiratory muscle training can significantly help reduce the onset of asthma' attacks and improve breathing and physical abilities.

Post-Surgery Rehab

Post-surgery rehabilitation for cardiac, thoracic, orthopedic, neurological, and abdominal surgery can help faster regain of mobility and strength.


A sedentary lifestyle, poor posture, and daily travel can cause persistent back pain. A physiotherapist can help relieve pain using various techniques


Regular physiotherapy treatment can tone the muscles that helps improve patient mobility as much as possible in paralysis.

Pediatric Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy is key in assessing, diagnosing, and treating children with neurological, developmental, cardiorespiratory, and orthopedic conditions.

Parkinson's Disease

Physical therapy can help Parkinson's disease patients stay mobile and retain physical abilities as the disease progresses.

Respiratory Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy is important for most respiratory illnesses including COPD, bronchiectasis, cystic fibrosis etc.

Post Heart Attack

Physiotherapy post heart attack helps decrease the heart rate and blood pressure at rest and during exercise.


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What to expect at Physiotherapy session?

Your initial visit may last between 40-60 minutes wherein the Physiotherapist will take a detailed history of your pain or injury and your daily activities and routine. How it is limiting you from living the way the life you want to. The therapist will also try to understand your goals at the end of the treatment and your expectations from the treatment. Post- assessment, a customized treatment plan will be made in agreement with you

  1. Assessment: The physiotherapist will start by assessing your physical condition and needs. This may include questions about your medical history, current symptoms, and lifestyle factors. Your physiotherapist may also conduct a physical exam to evaluate your range of motion, strength, and flexibility.

  2. Evaluate the findings to make clinical judgments based on physical tests to determine the following
    • Range of Motion (mobility and flexibility)
    • Strength
    • Ligament and Joint stability
    • Reflexes, Sensation
    • Nerve Test
    • Swelling
    • Palpation (in which specific ligaments, bones, joints, tendons are tender to touch)
  3. Provide consultation within their expertise and determine whether you need to be referred to another professional.
  4. Implement a physical therapy treatment program in agreement with you.

Who can benefit from At-Home Physiotherapy?

Besides being highly convenient, In-home physiotherapy services provide flexibility depending on your schedule. In-home physiotherapists also offer treatment at work or at another location that is convenient for you. Thus, eliminating all travel on your part allows you to save a lot of time in the process and any waiting time that can occur when appointments run late or are delayed due to unforeseen circumstances.


Many individuals are considered high-risk patients and would put themselves in an unsafe environment by receiving in-clinic physiotherapy services due to an illness or disability compromising mobility or an increased risk of infection in public places. At-home physiotherapy allows high-risk individuals to benefit from physiotherapy in the safety of their own homes.

What are the benefits of Virtual Physiotherapy sessions?

Virtual physiotherapy makes rehabilitation treatment accessible right from the comfort of your home. Assessment, treatment, and feedback are all done online, which saves you the time and effort it takes to get to a clinic. This is a huge advantage for people with mobility issues. It is also very advantageous for people living in more remote areas, where access to supplementary healthcare is limited, it offers quality treatment that might not otherwise be available. 

High-risk patients can also benefit from virtual physiotherapy as it would avoid putting them in an environment that may not be safe for them as they may have compromised mobility or immunity due to illness or disability.

Does insurance cover physiotherapy?

Most of the healthcare plans do cover physiotherapy. Depending on your insurance plan, 80-100% of the service cost may be covered. If you are not sure about your insurance coverage, call us and we will find it out for you.