Our Rehabilitation Centre provides both inpatient and outpatient therapy services by qualified physiotherapists, speech therapists and occupational therapists in the areas of paediatric medicine, orthopaedic surgery, geriatric medicine, general medicine, cardiopulmonary and neurological rehabilitation medicine and general surgery.
The aim of our service is to identify and address impairment, maximise functional activity and promote active participation for better quality of life.
Some of our programmes include:
Physiotherapist will assess and provide interventions as part of the clinical management for adults or children with chest infection. A medical referral is required.
Children Speech and Language Program
The speech therapist provides speech and language assessment and specialised management to help children to achieve their greatest potential in the areas of communication, speech and language skills that are age-appropriate. The program may involve strong collaboration with parents, teachers and other professionals, parent education and counselling, referrals to appropriate agencies such as psychologist, audiologist and special schools.
This program is suitable for children who are in mainstream schools as well as those who require special needs.
Dysphagia Rehabilitation Programme
This program is designed for adults or children with swallowing difficulties and individuals who are on nasogastric feeding for a long time. Swallowing evaluation is also recommended to ensure safety of oral feeding for those in need of special attention.
Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Programme
The physiotherapist provides assessment and treatment to alleviate impairment such as pain and swelling, and improve the integrity of the musculoskeletal system of your body in order to facilitate recovery and injury prevention.
This program is suitable for a person with back or neck pain, shoulder pain, knee pain, arm pain and leg pain or post joint and orthopaedic surgeries. A medical referral is required to exclude pain with non-mechanical origin.
This program is suitable for a person presenting with neurological deficits from stroke and neurosurgical procedures. It improves movement control, tolerance of positions and activities, cognition, swallowing ability, speech intelligibility and promotes active participation in their activities of daily living. We adopt a multi-disciplinary approach to patient care, involving physiotherapists, speech therapists and occupational therapists. A medical referral is required.
Speech Articulation and Fluency Programme
This program is for adults and children who have difficulty pronouncing words or displaying disturbances in speech fluency commonly known as stuttering or stammering.
Sports Physiotherapy Programme
The sports physiotherapists provide assessment and treatment in order to relieve pain, maximize function and prevent further sporting injuries. Our goal is to get our athletes and patients returned to their sporting activities as soon as possible.
This program is suitable for persons who have sustained recent or recurrent injuries over a weekend sports game or during competitive sports training or competition.
Voice Care Programme
The speech therapist conducts assessment on the quality of voice, resonance, pitch and loudness and provides treatment and advice accordingly. This could be conducted on a one-to-one session or group session. Lectures on voice care can also be arranged upon request.
This programme is for persons interested in managing their lifestyles in a positive manner. This could be conducted on a one-to-one session or group session by an occupational therapist. It covers four specific topics: education on stress, relaxation techniques, directing thoughts and time management.
Home visits for physiotherapy, speech therapy and occupational therapy are available upon request.