The effect of ultrasound via an increase in local blood flow can be used to help reduce local swelling and chronic inflammation, and, according to some studies, promote bone fracture healing.


Magnetotherapy is a technique that exploits magnetic fields to restore the bio-chemical cell balance exclusively to therapeutic and curative purposes. It has an analgesic effect, affects muscle tension, and stimulates the regeneration of tissues 



TENS is commonly used for the management of pain. These electrical impulses flood the nervous system, reducing its ability to transmit pain signals to the spinal cord and brain.



Laser therapy works at the cellular level to trigger your body's natural healing response. Not only does our therapeutic laser reduce inflammation, but it also increases blood flow to the area giving the cells the extra nutrients and energy they need to heal.


Ultraviolet light therapy (UV light) produces an immunomodulatory effect on the skin and is widely used for the treatment of psoriasis, eczema and other conditions.



Cryotherapy, also known as ice application, is the simplest and oldest way to treat injuries. Ice flow is believed to control pain by instigating local anaesthesia. It also decreases oedema, nerve conduction velocities, cellular metabolism and local blood flow.

Procedure shock wave therapy at clinic.


Shockwave therapy enhances the healing process, fights inflammation, eliminates pain and tenderness and can prevent hip replacement surgery. In 79% of patients with necrosis Shockwave therapy also improves the osteonecrosis of the femoral head.


 Interferential Therapy (IFT) is to utilise the significant physiological effects of low frequency electrical stimulation of nerves without the associated painful and somewhat unpleasant side effects sometimes associated with low frequency stimulation.


Iontophoresis             &


Though iontophoresis is most often used to treat severe sweating, it may also be used to treat a variety of sports injuries. Adding anti-inflammatory medicines to the water during iontophoresis can ease heel pain and other soft-tissue injuries. Iontophoresis delivers topical medications through your skin using electrical currents instead of ultrasound. Phonophoresis are similar to Ionophoresis. Phonophoresis is a physical therapy technique that combines ultrasound and topical medications.



Quality patient care, depends on timely caregiver response. That response can be almost instantaneous with passive monitoring that collects and analyzes patient data in near-real time, using a wide variety of data collection points spread across a variety of patient-friendly applications.