Physiotherapy

Welcome to our Physiotherapy clinics

 You deserve happiness, not the pain

Our team of highly experienced physiotherapies provides you with the best, evidence-based treatment for pain and reduction of joint stiffness without the use of medications.

We use a multi-disciplinary approach that is tailor-made to your condition, aimed at restoring, maintaining, and improving your function and movement to enhance your quality of life.

 

Who needs physiotherapy services?

Our physiotherapy clinics offer assessment, diagnosis, treatment, and management of a range of musculoskeletal conditions including back pain, soft tissue injuries, joint pain postural dysfunction as listed below to individuals of all ages;

Neurological disorder: Cerebral palsy

Development conditions: Delayed milestone, Autism spectrum disorder, Attention deficit, Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD)

Bones, joints, and soft tissue: such as Spinal/back pains, neck pain, shoulder pain, osteomyelitis, arthritis, post burns contractions, and sports injuries Fracture complications General body weakness, Ambulation, sports injuries Rickets (Bow legs/knock knee), corrective surgery and post-surgery care

Brain or nervous system; such as Hemiplegia/stroke, multiple sclerosis, Scoliosis,  

Genetic disease: Downs Syndrome

Congenital – spinal bifida, hydrocephalus, clubfoot

Benefits of seeking treatment at our Physiotherapy clinics include;

  • Reduction in pain.
  • Assist your child to achieve developmental delayed milestones
  • Rehabilitation to a near-normal position
  • Correct your posture and gait.
  • assist you to find ways of coping with the effects of disability
  • Assist you to maintain the functional ability of the muscles.
  • identifying tasks people find difficult to carry out
  • Prevent contractures and improve joint range of motion.
  • Assist you to improve the quality of your life at home, at work, or in schools
  • Educate you, your child, and your guardians on the importance of physiotherapy.
  • Psychosocial support

How long does a session last?

  • Our services are tailor-made; a session may last between 30 minutes to 1 hour depending on the client’s condition or type of injury.
  • The first session involves an evaluation of the client to determine whether the individual will benefit from our physiotherapy services or not.
  • Next, an assessment to determine your strength, flexibility, and movement patterns, and simple tests to determine why where your symptoms originate
  • Then, the physiotherapist will discuss with the client the evaluation and together formulate a treatment plan
  • Individuals may experience increased pain while recuperating and recovering. We encourage clients to adhere to the entire treatment course for better results.

What to expect for treatment at APDK’s Physiotherapy clinic;

We aim at improving mobility and physical health of persons with disabilities (PWD) through various rehabilitation and habilitation techniques and approaches, which include;

  • Treadmills
  • Static Monark cycle
  • Pulleys
  • Parallel bars
  • Exercise mats
  • Wall bars
  • Multi-gym exercises

B) Electrotherapy

Our treatment involves the use of modern technology machines such;

  • infra-red
  • ultra-sound
  • electrical stimulation
  • wax bath therapy
  • provision and fitting of orthopedic appliances such as corsets, collars, knee/ankle/foot support, teed socking (anti-embolic stockings)

C) Manual Therapy

We offer special manipulative techniques commonly known as “hands-on” to relieve pain, and pressure and relax tense soft tissues.

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Book an appointment 

We are located on Waiyaki Way opposite ABC Place/ between Njuguna’s meat joint and Kabete Army Barracks, we are open from Monday to Friday from 8:00 am. Call 0722 33 46 77 to book an appointment.