Therapy is geared towards the restoration of function which has been impaired due to disease, trauma or injury. Therapy plays an important role in restoring a patient to normalcy or at least to functional capacity. The Therapy unit has Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Speech and Language Therapists and a Clinical Psychologist.

Physiotherapy is concerned with identifying movement potential and maximizing quality of life among clients. The goal of physiotherapy is to help each client reach his or her fullest potential in activities at school, home and in the community by improving mobility and function. Conditions managed by our physiotherapists include musculo-skeletal conditions, neurological and post reconstructive surgery conditions. Physiotherapy is basically in form of exercises, electrotherapy, recommending and training use of appropriate appliances/assistive devices, providing education and advice on preventive measures. Group classes are also performed which are enjoyable for clients as they can compete and encourage each other. Exercises in form of play therapy are recommended for children so as to stimulate their growing minds.

Occupational therapy blends art and science to develop skills in activity analysis and evaluation of human occupation. Our Occupational Therapists provide a service that identifies, through evaluation, the key components that may result in inability to perform functional activities. The Occupational Therapists then use a holistic approach of treatment to improve such components which may include but are not limited to: fine motor skills; upper body strength and coordination; balance; activities of daily living (ADL) skills; such as feeding, dressing, and grooming; attention difficulties; sensory integration disorders; personal behavior modulation; following directions and problem solving; positioning; equipment and environmental adaptation; upper body splinting to prevent poor posturing and improve functional mobility and ability.

Speech and Language Therapy is concerned with providing treatment, support and care for patients who have difficult with communication, eating, drinking and swallowing. This service has made the rehabilitation process of patients, their attendants and families more holistic and comprehensive.

The Clinical psychologist aims to reduce the distress and improve the psychological wellbeing of clients. The psychologist uses psychological methods to make positive changes to clients' lives and offers various forms of treatment. We use biofeedback and relaxation techniques to help reduce pain and other physical symptoms associated with various medical conditions. Our psychologist works with clients of all ages on a variety of different mental or physical health problems including: depression and anxiety; mental illness; adjustment to physical illness; neurological disorders; addictive behaviors; challenging behaviors; eating disorders; personal, childhood developmental disorders; ADHD, Autistic Spectrum Disorders, family relationship problems and learning disabilities. We provide individual, family and group therapy services for a variety of behavioral health conditions, as well as psychological and neuropsychological testing.

Working Hours
  • General Services
  • Mon - Fri: 8:00A.M - 4:30P.M
  • Special Therapy Clinics
  • Wed:- Neurological (CP) clinic: 9:30A.M - 3:30P.M
  • Thur:-Dysphagia (Feeding) clinic: 10A.M - 3P.M