About Us

Established in 2012 with vision and mission to provide world class treatment and consultancy to patients and their families.
A modern and research based initiative started with this organization to provide advanced treatment for each patients.
The treatment plans are fully rehabilitation and physiotherapy oriented, make by renowned Physical Therapy experts and other health care professionals.

KEY FEATURE
• Consultancy for patient and families
• Equipped with modern modalities
• Treatment @ low price
• World class rehabilitation facilities
• Experts from health care fields’
• Home care by highly trained professionals

ABOUT PHYSIOTHERAPY

Who

• Physiotherapists are primary health care practitioners who consult and collaborate with
clients and others to provide quality client-centered services. Physiotherapists contribute
to keeping people productive throughout their lives by maximizing function and
improving quality of life. Through evidence-informed practice, physiotherapists prevent,
assess, and treat the impact that injury, pain, disease and/or disorders have on clients’
movement, function and health status. Physiotherapists practice both independently and
as part of interprofessional teams along the health system continuum from primary to
tertiary care.
• Physiotherapists provide professional services to patients of all ages spanning from
pediatric to seniors care. While services are most often offered to individual clients,
services are also offered to community groups, employers, government agencies and
others. When delivering services physiotherapists take into account many associated
factors such as culture, occupational demands, and socio-economic factors.

What

Physiotherapist Roles

Expert: As experts in function and mobility, physiotherapists integrate all of the
Physiotherapist Roles to lead in the promotion, improvement, and maintenance of the
mobility, health, and well-being of Canadians.

Communicator: Physiotherapists use effective communication to develop professional
relationships with clients, families, care providers, and other stakeholders.
Collaborator: Physiotherapists work collaboratively and effectively to promote
interprofessional practice and achieve optimal client care.

Manager: Physiotherapists manage time, resources, and priorities at all levels for
individual practice and to ensure sustainable physiotherapy practice overall.
Advocate: Physiotherapists responsibly use their knowledge and expertise to promote the health and wellbeing of individual clients, communities, populations and the profession.

Scholarly Practitioner: Physiotherapists are committed to ongoing learning for the
purpose of improving client outcomes through seeking, creating, applying, disseminating,
and translating knowledge to physiotherapy practice.

Professional: Physiotherapists are committed to the best interests of clients and society through ethical practice, support of profession-led regulation, and high personal standards
of behavior.

Goals of physiotherapy service:

• Promotion of physical activity and overall health and wellness
• Prevention of disease/injury/disability and mobility limitations
• Managing chronic conditions and activity limitations
• Restoration of function and rehabilitation of disease/ injury/disability with therapeutic
exercise programs and other interventions
• Counseling and planning of maintenance and support programs to prevent re-occurrence,
re injury or functional decline

Areas of clinical practice:

• Core areas of physioforu practice focus on the neuromusculoskeletal, neurological and
cardiopulmonary-vascular systems. Within these systems, physical therapists of
physioforu practice in areas including oncology, women’s health, pain, wound care,
occupational health and sports medicine.

Where

Community-based: client residences, child development centers, community health
centers, sporting events, schools, group homes, senior centers, adult day care centers,
home care, Primary health care, community access centers, sport teams.
Facility based: hospitals, rehabilitation centers, nursing homes, residences/assisted living for older adults, extended care, and hospices.
Clinic based: private practice, sports medicine clinics, and ambulatory care clinics.
Business/industry: work sites, medical equipment suppliers.
Educational institutions: universities, colleges
Government: health policy departments
Research facilities