Physical Rehabilitation Offers Promising Results for All Types of Pain

Phoenix Rehab Group has set their motto and mission to specialize and treat muscle, bone and joint pain in Singapore.

Singapore - July 3, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

There are multiple conditions that can be treated by physiotherapy. The Phoenix Rehab Group recently announced they have set their motto and mission to focus on the treatment of muscle, bone, and joint pain. Physical rehab services can be used to treat conditions like arthritis, sports injuries, and other conditions involving injuries to the musculoskeletal system.

The Arthritis Foundation recommends back and neck pain physiotherapy to help with pain management and increasing mobility. Physiotherapy is a comprehensive treatment approach that involves the drawing up of a treatment plan focusing on giving the patient the care they require while also involving them in their own self-management. Nigel Chua, a representative of Phoenix Rehab Group recently spoke on the practice's efforts.

"Each day, we have patients coming in that are in mild, moderate, and severe pain. Their lives have been negatively affected and some of them are barely able to move. We take a concerted approach to physiotherapy and hand therapy in Singapore and work to ensure our patients receive the integral rehabilitation services they need. At the conclusion of rehabilitation, our patients are better managing their pain and more mobile. We love being an integral part of their care."

With the mission of the Phoenix Rehab Group now being focused on treating an array of painful conditions, the group feels they are poised to help more individuals. "Being able to offer the fully encompassing rehabilitation services our patients need is why we opened our doors. From physiotherapy and hand therapy in Singapore to helping our patients recover from sports-related musculoskeletal conditions, we are ready to help the residents of Singapore lead pain-free lives," says Nigel.

While physical rehabilitation cannot be used to treat all types of conditions, it has been proven to help many people who are suffering from painful conditions due to injuries, accidents, falls, joint wear and tear and progressive injuries. In some cases, physical rehabilitation treatments can help individuals avoid surgery.

Although physical rehabilitation will always be a type of hands-on treatment, advances in technology are now allowing facilities like Phoenix Rehab Group to provide a more integrative and efficient approach to patient treatment. The ability to precisely pinpoint treatment ensures patients are able to experience improvements in joint function and injury healing. It will be interesting to see how treatment methods evolve as new technology becomes available in the near future.

About Phoenix Rehab Group:

Phoenix Rehab Group is a group of senior physiotherapists, hand therapists, and rehab specialists who work hand-in-hand to provide physical rehab for orthopedic conditions, sports injuries, and musculoskeletal conditions. They treat a wide array of conditions that involve pain or discomfort in the bones, muscles, joints, ligaments, and tendons. Members of the Phoenix Rehab team are highly skilled in diagnosis and treatment and each of them has their own sub-specialties. Not only do they treat the pain and mobility issues of their patients, but they also dive deeper to reveal the underlying conditions that are leading to the discomfort.

Contact Info:
Name: Nigel Chua
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Organization: Phoenix Rehab Group
Address: Novena Medical Center #10-09, 10 Sinaran Drive, Singapore 307506
Phone: +6588001830
Website: https://www.phoenixrehabgroup.com

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