Cuff Tear with Frozen Shoulder

Ms Chan has been suffering from frozen shoulder (also called adhesive capsulitis) and has not been able to raise up both hands for years, her pain worsens at night and sometimes disrupting sleep. Frozen shoulder condition tends to get worse with time if it is not treated.

She came to us for advice and physiotherapy treatment. Our fully experienced therapist improved her condition drastically through a combination of manual therapy and exercise programme, Ms Chan is now able to return to work as an Executive Secretary.

Acute right shoulder and neck pain

Mr Wong walked into our clinic with both neck and shoulder locked, he also experienced pain and stiffness while lifting his arm (Supraspinatus Tendinosis). After the first treatment session, he saw significant improvement and regained mobility. After a few physiotherapy sessions, he was able to resume back to his pre-injury mobility.

Acute right shoulder and neck pain

Mr Wong walked into our clinic with both neck and shoulder locked, he also experienced pain and stiffness while lifting his arm (Supraspinatus Tendinosis). After the first treatment session, he saw significant improvement and regained mobility. After a few physiotherapy sessions, he was able to resume back to his pre-injury mobility.

Patella tendon ruptured with post surgery wound infection and tendon re-ruptured

Mr Lam suffered from Ruptured Patella Tendon (complete tear of the tendon that runs around the knee) from a football game and underwent a successful surgery. However, due to wound complication and re-rupture, he went through another operation in less than a month.

Mr Lam started physiotherapy with us after the cast was removed, his knee mobility was low and experienced difficulty in walking. After a few months of tailor-made recovery programme, his active range of motion improved significantly and was able to resume his sports activities.

*The above are recovery stories of our patients, the treatment approach and result varies from person to person

FAQ

Here are some commonly asked questions to provide you with the information you need. If you have any other enquiries, please feel free to reach out to us.
What will happen on my first appointment?
It will involve an interview and physical examination. Based on findings, treatment and recovery plan will be proposed, including exercise programme to minimise the chance of recurring.
How long does a Physiotherapy session last?
Typically, an appointment will last 30-60 minutes, depending on the treatment required.
How many physio sessions are required?

This varies depending on the diagnosis.

Can I undergo physiotherapy with my cast on?
Yes, active treatment helps to recover sooner, it also prevents muscle wasting, protects the joint and promotes healing, even with the cast on. We encourage gradual weight bearing through a series of exercise programmes .
Can Physiotherapist improve my posture?
We provide assessment in physical condition – identify deficits in flexibility, muscle strength, posture, etc. Through exercises which strengthen muscles, joints and spine, posture improvement can be achieved. Our treatment programmes are suitable for both adults and kids.

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