✨Book online and enjoy a 5% discount on your first consultation

Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation

Whether you’re recovering from a sudden injury, managing a chronic condition, or aiming to enhance your physical performance, our Dubai medical center’s Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation Department is here to assist you.

Our physiotherapists deliver evidence-based physiotherapy services to those dealing with acute or chronic musculoskeletal issues, including pelvic floor dysfunctions. Our goal is to improve, maintain, and restore optimal movement and functionality.

Our physiotherapy department provides thorough assessments and treatments for spinal and peripheral musculoskeletal disorders, sports injuries, orthopedic conditions, and men’s and women’s pelvic floor problems. All services are administered by licensed therapists with the expertise to provide top-quality, evidence-based care.

We also conveniently offer the following departments, to take care of all your holistic health needs under one roof at our multi-speciality medical center in Dubai:

Services We Offer

Range of Motion Exercises (ROM)

People recovering from fractures or surgery with limited mobility can greatly benefit from range of motion exercises. These exercises promote joint movement and enhance circulation.


Electrotherapy is an energy-based physical therapy technique that employs electrical stimulation through skin-attached electrodes. It can help combat muscle atrophy by contracting muscles.

Soft Tissue Mobilization

Also referred to as therapeutic massage, soft tissue mobilization relaxes muscles, reducing swelling in specific areas of the body. It is particularly effective for individuals with athletic injuries.

Cryotherapy/Heat Therapy

This therapy involves the use of hot or cold packs to improve mobility in stiff muscles.

Low-Level Laser Therapy

Low-Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) is a non-invasive treatment that employs low-power lasers or light-emitting diodes to stimulate tissue repair, reduce inflammation, and alleviate pain. It is widely used in physiotherapy to accelerate healing and improve musculoskeletal conditions. Our experienced therapists utilize LLLT to target specific areas, promoting cellular repair and enhancing your overall recovery.

Shockwave Therapeutic Ultrasound

Shockwave Therapeutic Ultrasound is a progressive approach to treating musculoskeletal conditions and injuries. It uses high-energy sound waves to stimulate tissue repair, reduce pain, and improve mobility. Whether you're dealing with chronic pain, sports-related injuries, or orthopedic issues, our specialized therapists employ Shockwave Therapeutic Ultrasound to enhance your healing process and help you regain optimal function.

Anti-Gravity Treadmill Gait Training

Our cutting-edge Anti-Gravity Treadmill Gait Training is designed to provide a unique rehabilitation experience. This technology allows patients to exercise with reduced impact and body weight support, making it ideal for post-operative recovery, injury rehabilitation, or improving gait patterns. Whether you're recovering from surgery, managing an injury, or seeking to enhance your mobility, our Anti-Gravity Treadmill Gait Training offers a safe and effective solution tailored to your needs.

Pre & Post Surgery Rehabilitation

If you're preparing for surgery, our pre- and post-operative physiotherapy programs are designed to assist you on your journey to recovery. For instance, if you're facing severe knee osteoarthritis and are scheduled for Total Knee Replacement (TKR) surgery, our physiotherapists will ensure you're well-prepared pre-op with exercises like squats, lunges, and step-ups to strengthen your quadriceps. After surgery, our protocols include manual therapies like joint mobilization and soft tissue mobilization to alleviate pain.

Sports Massage

Sports Massage

Conditions We Treat

Fracture Recovery
Post-Surgery Rehabilitation
Muscle Atrophy
Athletic Injuries
Stiff Muscles
Musculoskeletal Disorders
Sports Injuries
Pelvic Floor Dysfunctions


What is physiotherapy, and how can it benefit me?

Physiotherapy is a specialized form of treatment that focuses on improving, maintaining, and restoring optimal movement and functionality. Whether you're recovering from an injury, managing a chronic condition, or seeking performance enhancement, our physiotherapists can help you achieve your goals.

What types of musculoskeletal issues do you treat?

Our physiotherapy department provides comprehensive assessments and treatments for a wide range of musculoskeletal issues, including fractures, sports injuries, post-surgery rehabilitation, muscle atrophy, and more. We address conditions affecting the spine, peripheral joints, and pelvic floor.

What conditions are typically treated during pre and post-surgery rehabilitation?

Pre and post-surgery rehabilitation programs are tailored to each patient's needs. They can address conditions like severe knee osteoarthritis before Total Knee Replacement (TKR) surgery and include exercises to strengthen specific muscle groups. Post-surgery, manual therapies like joint mobilization and soft tissue mobilization are used to alleviate pain and promote healing.

Can I benefit from physiotherapy even if I don't have a specific injury or condition?

Absolutely! Physiotherapy is not only for treating injuries or conditions but also for enhancing overall movement, functionality, and well-being. Our physiotherapists can help you improve your physical performance, posture, and coordination, even if you don't have a specific injury or ailment.

Is physiotherapy suitable for individuals of all ages?

Yes, physiotherapy is suitable for people of all ages, from children to seniors. Our treatments are tailored to meet the unique needs of each age group.

What should I expect during my first physiotherapy appointment?

During your initial appointment, our physiotherapist will conduct a thorough assessment, discuss your medical history, and create a personalized treatment plan. You'll also have the opportunity to ask questions and share your goals.

How long does a typical physiotherapy session last, and how many sessions will I need?

The duration of a physiotherapy session varies but typically ranges from 30 to 60 minutes. The number of sessions required depends on your condition and treatment goals. Your physiotherapist will provide guidance on the recommended frequency and duration of sessions.

Is physiotherapy covered by insurance, and what payment options do you offer?

Physiotherapy may be covered by various insurance plans. We accept a range of insurance providers. You can visit our Insurance page to find out which insurance we accept.

Can I continue my physiotherapy exercises at home, and will I receive guidance on this?

Yes, our physiotherapists will provide you with exercises and instructions for at-home care to complement your in-clinic treatment. Consistent practice of prescribed exercises can significantly contribute to your recovery.


Hear From Our Patients

Insurance Partners

Book Now