Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation

Restoration Of Musculoskeletal Systems

Regarding the treatment
Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation

Musculoskeletal rehabilitation, as the name implies, is the rehabilitation of muscles and bones. Musculoskeletal rehabilitation assists patients in regaining maximum function and independence while enhancing the overall quality of life.

Typical Symptoms and Disorders

Tendinitis, bursitis, arthritis, and trauma injuries such as strain, sprain, joint damage, and replacement are some of the ailments that may benefit from this sort of therapy. Joint/muscle discomfort, swelling or soreness in the joint, reduced range of motion, diminished joint flexibility, pain while ascending or descending stairs, and pain while lifting heavy weight are all typical symptoms.


• Fitting and maintenance of casts/braces for various joints such as the cervical collar, tennis elbow band, and lumbar belt.
• For pain management, use electrotherapy modalities (pain alleviating equipment) such as TENS (Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulator), IFT (Interferential therapy), and muscle stimulators.
• Exercise routines that increase range of motion (passive and active).
• Exercising flexibility and mobility through stretching and strengthening.
• Methods for retraining gait (walking) for safe ambulation with a walker, cane, etc.
• Education and counseling for patients and their families
• Ergonomic recommendations for the avoidance of workplace injuries.

Recovery period

The length of recovery is determined by the condition and degree of the pain. Treatment for pain using equipment and exercise therapy helps to avoid future amplification of symptoms. The discomfort usually goes away in 4-5 days, and full healing takes around 2-3 weeks.

"Healing through motion and dedication. Passionate about helping you thrive and get back life back in motion."

Dr. Eman Hekal

Senior Physiotherapist


During your first session, the physiotherapist will conduct an initial assessment to understand your condition, medical history, and treatment goals. They may perform physical tests, ask questions, and evaluate your movement and strength. Based on the assessment, they will create a personalized treatment plan.

Physiotherapy treatments can include manual therapy (such as joint mobilization and soft tissue techniques), therapeutic exercises, stretching, electrotherapy (e.g., ultrasound, electrical stimulation), heat or cold therapy, hydrotherapy, and education on self-management techniques.

The duration of results can vary depending on the type of service and individual factors such as age and lifestyle. For example, Botox typically lasts 3-4 months, while the results of a chemical peel can last several months to a year. It’s important to discuss expected results and maintenance with our healthcare professional.

Physiotherapy can provide long-term benefits by improving your physical function, reducing pain, and preventing future injuries or complications. It can also help you develop healthy habits, learn self-management techniques, and provide guidance on maintaining an active and healthy lifestyle.

You should consider seeing a physiotherapist if you are experiencing pain, limited mobility, or functional limitations due to an injury, illness, or a chronic condition. Our physiotherapists can also help with rehabilitation after surgery and provide preventive care to reduce the risk of future injuries.

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