Physiotherapy, Braces & Rehabilitation


After an injury or surgery, our supervised exercise conditioning program will help you return to daily activities and enjoy a more active, healthy lifestyle. Following a well-structured conditioning program will also help you return to day to day work, job, sports and other recreational activities.

Braces :

 Braces/ orthosis is a specially designed external medical device constructed of varying lightweight and durable compositions of metals and high-density materials to provide biomechanical assistance to stabilize and support an injured or operated  joint and its surrounding ligaments, tendons, and muscles by extending above and below the knee joint to provide healing support for injuries, diseases, inflammations and post-surgical recovery and rehabilitation of the knee.

Knee Brace:

1. ACL Knee Brace:

2. Knee Multiligament brace:

3. OA Knee Braces:

OA (Osteoarthritis) knee braces are ideal for relieving osteoarthritis knee pain and other knee symptoms that result from arthritis. They also help with knee stability during walking and help encourage mobility in patients.

How do Arthritis Knee Braces work?

  • Arthritis knee braces are a great way to help alleviate the pain associated with arthritis.
  • They’re especially effective for patients with osteoarthritis. Arthritis knee braces are designed for everyday use and may help patients live an active lifestyle with less pain.
  • They do this by helping support the weight of the body on the unhealthy parts of the knee and shifting the pressure to the healthier areas.
  • Because arthritis knee supports encourage mobility and activity, they can also help reduce stiffness in the joint.
  • Well-designed knee braces will be lightweight so they’re easy to wear and won’t weigh you down. That’s what makes them so great for daily use!

Shoulder Brace:

A few common shoulder injuries include strains or sprains, torn rotator cuff, dislocated shoulder or shoulder instability. Shoulder injuries can happen on impact while you’re playing sports, have an accidental fall, household fall  and even from overuse. If you feel pain in your shoulder, start by resting and immobilizing your shoulder with a brace or sling after expert advice. A shoulder brace will help give your shoulder extra support while helping minimize the movement while you seek medical advice or begin your recovery.

Benefits of wearing a Shoulder Brace:

  • Whether you want to prevent a shoulder injury, currently have an injury, or are looking for post-operative shoulder support, a shoulder brace will help provide the support and stability you need.
  • A shoulder brace limits the range of motion in your shoulder which helps reduce rotator cuff injuries or shoulder dislocations.
  • Many of shoulder supports can be worn during non operative management of Shoulder injury as well as for  sport to help prevent over-rotation.