Expert Physiotherapy Team

Comprehensive Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Therapy Services:

Our expert physiotherapy team in Dubai is dedicated to providing cutting-edge physiotherapy and rehabilitation services.

For spinal issues, such as back-pain, sciatica, neck pain and headaches, your Chiropractor may recommend physiotherapy to complement your chiropractic care. In this case, the physiotherapy team will follow the treatment protocol advised by your Chiropractor.

For extra-spinal issues, such as pain in one of the joints, like the shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, knee or ankle, you may be referred by your chiropractor, or you may go directly to one of our physiotherapists.

In either case, the physiotherapist will undertake various healing therapies to speed up your complete recovery. Physiotherapy treatment can consist of manual therapy, mobilisation, exercise programs and the application of our high tech Zimmer equipment, which delivers a combination of ultrasound and electro-stimulation therapies. Each patient receives the correct therapy related to his or her condition at each stage of healing.

This treatment assists the rehabilitation process by developing and restoring body systems, in particular the neuromuscular and musculoskeletal systems, enabling patients to enjoy pain-free movement and improved function as soon as possible.

Benefits of Physiotherapy Treatment and Rehabilitation Therapy:

Comprehensive Physiotherapy Care for All Ages and Conditions in Dubai

Our physiotherapists treat patients of all ages for a variety of conditions, which may include: post-injuries (including sports injuries), muscles, ligaments and joints, post-surgical rehabilitation, postural issues, decreased mobility, and neurological conditions. Treatment involves encouraging the patient to return to normal exercise and mobility by the use of manual and mechanical techniques, such as therapeutic mobility and exercise therapy; various types of massage; manual lymphatic drainage; ultrasound, TENS and electro-therapy. Most importantly to many of our patients, the physiotherapists often use our high-tech Zimmer system to help reduce your overall pain levels. Patients often find this part of their treatment very relaxing. If your Doctor has advised or referred you for Physiotherapy alone, you can contact us and we will be happy to assist you with the appropriate treatment plan.

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FAQs, Tips & Info

Uncover the world of physiotherapy with our informative FAQs, covering everything from what physiotherapy is to its benefits and common conditions treated by physiotherapists.

*Physiotherapy is a valuable healthcare profession that focuses on physical rehabilitation and improvement. It is essential to consult with a qualified physiotherapist for personalised assessment and treatment plans, tailored to your specific needs and goals.

Physiotherapy, often referred to as physical therapy, is a healthcare profession that focuses on restoring and maintaining physical function, mobility, and overall well-being. It uses a combination of manual techniques, exercises, and modalities to help individuals recover from injuries, manage pain, and improve their physical abilities.
Physiotherapists assess, diagnose, and treat a wide range of physical problems and conditions. They create personalised treatment plans to help individuals regain or improve their physical function and quality of life. This may include exercises, manual therapy, education, and advice on injury prevention.
Physiotherapy can be beneficial for a variety of conditions, including musculoskeletal injuries, neurological disorders, respiratory issues, post-surgery rehabilitation, sports injuries, and chronic pain. It is also used for pre- and postnatal care, and to address issues related to posture and ergonomics.
Physiotherapy is widely recognised as an effective and evidence-based approach to managing and rehabilitating a range of physical conditions. The effectiveness of physiotherapy often depends on the individual’s condition, the severity of the issue, and their commitment to following the prescribed treatment plan.
In many cases, you can see a physiotherapist without a doctor’s referral. However, in some cases, a doctor’s referral may be required for insurance or other specific reasons.
The duration of a physiotherapy session can vary, but it typically lasts around 20 minutes. The length of the session will depend on your specific needs, the assessment, and the treatment plan.
Yes, physiotherapy is often used to manage and alleviate pain. Physiotherapists can employ a variety of techniques, such as manual therapy, therapeutic exercises, and modalities like heat or cold therapy, to reduce pain and improve overall function.
Physiotherapy is suitable for individuals of all ages, including children and the elderly. It can address various health issues specific to each age group, such as developmental concerns in children and age-related conditions in the elderly.
Physiotherapy is generally a safe and non-invasive approach to healthcare. While minor soreness or discomfort can occur, it is often part of the healing process. Serious side effects are rare but should be discussed with your physiotherapist if they occur.
Physiotherapy is often used in conjunction with other medical treatments, including medication, surgery, or chiropractic care. Collaboration between healthcare providers can optimise the overall care and recovery process.
Many health insurance plans provide coverage for physiotherapy services, but coverage can vary by policy. It’s advisable to check with your insurance company to determine the extent of your coverage and any requirements, such as referrals.
  • When the Chiropractor and the physiotherapist are co-managing a case, treatment begins with an endorsement of the patient’s case. This is a brief presentation of the patient’s condition and medical history review between the physiotherapist and the chiropractor.
  • During the treatment, the physiotherapist administers manual techniques and electro-modalities of different programs and techniques depending on the severity of the condition and the patient’s needs.
  • After the treatment, home instructions and advice on proper body mechanics are given.
Yes, when the symptoms have improved. After few treatment sessions, an exercise program is given to the patient.
  • An exercise program is introduced gradually into the treatment protocol with slow and careful progression, depending on the response of the patient to the treatment.
  • But in acute cases, where inflammation is still present, the inflammation and the pain has to be treated first before administering an exercise program.
The physiotherapist will advise you if the exercise program will either be continued, progressed or stopped depending on your response to the exercise program.
Yes. Patient education is always the key to the success of any treatment. It is important in the total recovery and healing process of an injury.
  • Yes, they can advice you on using walking aids, how to correctly use them and measure them depending on your physique. They also suggest walking aids depending on your needs and lifestyle.
  • Proper gait retraining with the walking aid is given to prevent further injuries.
  • It is advisable since this type of treatment helps in preventing further inflammation of the injured area, increase healing time of the strained muscle fibers and decrease muscle spasm for acute and chronic cases.
  • A physiotherapist can help you return to normal activities of daily living by pain management, therapeutic exercises and advice on proper body mechanics.
Yes, it is normal. The muscles surrounding the areas manipulated may go into a protective muscle spasm, which is a normal response of the body. A physiotherapy treatment lasts for at least 15 minutes (depending on the condition), which means you have to be in one position for that time, this is a factor that may contribute to your muscle stiffness. If it happens again while having the treatment, let your physiotherapist know, so the discomfort will be addressed quickly.

Physiotherapists treat a wide range of medical conditions:

  • Orthopaedic conditions
  • Musculoskeletal disorders
  • Frozen shoulder
  • Acute and chronic muscular strain
  • Acute and chronic ligamentous sprain
  • Acute and chronic pain syndromes
  • Whiplash injuries
  • Lateral epicondylitis
  • Medial epicondylitis
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Calcaneal spurs
  • Achilles tendon tears
  • Ankle inversion/eversion sprains
  • Meniscal injuries of the knee
  • Cruciate ligament tear
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Facial Palsy
  • Tendinitis and repetitive strain injuries
  • Post-fracture rehabilitation
  • Post-operative care after:
    • Joint arthroplasty
    • Arthroscopy
    • Meniscectomy
    • Laminectomy
    • Tendon release
    • Open reduction-internal fixations (ORIF’s)

Our Pelvic Floor Specialist Physiotherapist treats:

  • Urinary incontinence
  • Faecal incontinence
  • Pre- and post-partum pelvic floor issues
  • Sexual dysfunction
  • Pelvic pain
  • Pelvic organ prolapse
  • Pudendal neuralgia

They help in the overall physical health of an individual and their return to normal activities of daily living after pain, injury or illness by:

  • Prevention and management of sports injuries
  • Restoration and improvement of the range of motion in the joints
  • Improving the body coordination, proprioception, cardiovascular endurance and joint flexibility
  • Providing advice and education in pre- and post-natal care for women
  • Gait retraining for patients using ambulatory aids such as canes, crutches and wheelchairs
  • Our pelvic floor specialist physiotherapist helps with pelvic floor related issues, such as incontinence and post-partum issues.
We work all days of the week from 8:30 am to 8 pm.
  • Umm Suqeim 2
  • Jumeirah 1
If you are in a lot of pain, be sure to mention this to the receptionist and they will do their best to fit you in on the day you call. You can also send us an e-mail at info@emirateseuropean.com.
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