Location: Previously known as LivingWell Physio Centre, now have change to Out Patient Physiotherapy, situated beside multi storey carpark, entrance via Brown road.
TYPES OF PHYSIOTHERAPY SERVICES
To access the service you are required to obtain a referral letter from your doctor recommending you for physiotherapy. To ensure quality service from your physiotherapist, you are encouraged to fix an appointment with your therapist prior to your visit and keep to your appointment date and time.
During your first assessment, you may choose for a male or female therapist. For better progression of your treatment, you are advised to follow one primary therapist. At times when your primary therapist is not available, you will be assigned to another therapist. Rest assured that you will only be attended to by one of our highly qualified and certified physiotherapists at every session.
During the assessment, your therapist may ask you questions related to your condition such as your day to day activities and how you manage your symptoms. You may also need to show the therapist the injured part of your body. Afterwards, your therapist will explain his or her findings and plan of treatment. This includes frequency of visits, duration, estimated cost and types of treatment.
For safety purposes and to ensure you get a comprehensive explanation prior to your treatment, your therapist will ask you to sign a consent form after he/she explains your condition and plan of treatment.
In the event of absence or defaulted appointment without first informing your therapist for 2 consecutive weeks, you will need to see your doctor to obtain another referral before proceeding with your treatment.
Musculoskeletal Physical Therapy
For sufferers of musculoskeletal injuries, including those rehabilitating from orthopaedic surgery such as fractures, acute sports injuries, arthritis, sprains, strains, back and neck pain, spinal conditions and amputations.
Paediatric Physical Therapy
For paediatric patients with musculoskeletal problems and neurology developmental delay.
Hydrotherapy is a relaxing patient specific water based exercise designed by physiotherapists to assist your rehabilitation programme. At the Out Patient Physiotherapy it may be included as part of your complete physiotherapy treatment programme.
Return to Work (RTW) Programme
The Adventist Physiotherapy service has been appointed by PERKESO as their subscriber for Return to Work (RTW) programme panel since 2008, we provide high quality physiotherapy and rehabilitation programmes to help the workers recover from their injuries and return to work.
The Return to Work programme is a collaborative process that facilitates recommended efficient treatment plans to assure that appropriate medical care is provided to Insured Persons with injuries or diseases to ensure an early and safe return to work. This programme involves a proactive approach taken to help the Insured Persons with injuries or diseases, opportunities for safe and productive work activities as soon as it is medically possible or when medical improvement is achieved with the primary focus of minimising the impact of injuries or disabilities.
To gain access to physiotherapy service under this program, the PERKESO insured person need to be referred by the PERKESO to our centre.
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