Our physiotherapy department is built on the principles of flexible and personalized care, empowering patients to achieve their rehabilitation goals faster and more effectively. Our team of specialized physiotherapists utilizes the latest evidence-based practices and cutting-edge technologies to deliver personalized plans for specific needs and goals ensuring a supportive environment for healing.

When to consult with a physiotherapist?

Physiotherapists are experts with clinical skills and training that help people of all ages for better physical functioning.

They are specialized in treating the following conditions:

  • Persistent or severe pain affecting your daily activities: shoulder pain, pain related to the spinal column, or plantar fasciitis.
  • Difficulty in maintaining balance, sudden movement, and coordination.
  • Muscle weakness, numbness, or stiffness.
  • Limited function of neck, back, shoulder, and knee due to any injury, trauma, or medical condition.
  • Overall physical function limitation because of some neurological disorder.
  • Referral from any specialist or surgeon.
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Why choose services ​from ​Reem Hospital​’s physiotherapy clinic​, Abu Dhabi?

The physiotherapy clinic at Reem Hospital, Abu Dhabi is considered a pioneer physiotherapy service provider in UAE because of the highly skilled, trained staff utilizing the latest cutting-edge technology. Our facility is equipped with the finest rehabilitation gym along with a hydro pool, underwater treadmill, antigravity treadmill, and assisted robotic gait training system. Our physiotherapists provide expert evaluation, guidance, and personalized treatment plans. Providing comprehensive and targeted therapy to optimize your movements, control pain, and improve your overall health.

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Treatments offered by physiotherapists at Reem Hospital Abu Dhabi.

At ​our​ clinic, we have the best physiotherapists in Abu Dhabi who specialize in:

  • Ultrasound usage for enhancing the process of tissue healing.
  • Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) uses low-voltage electrical currents via the skin for pain relief. Targeting the nerves responsible for pain sensation prevents transmission of pain signals. It is used in osteoarthritis, tendinitis, and fibromyalgia.
  • Interferential Current: It generates low-frequency currents within the tissues by concurrently using two medium-frequency currents. It’s used for pain relief, enhancing tissue repair, and relaxing muscle spasms. It is effective for lower back pain and sciatica.
  • Hot Moist Therapy: Application of heat to increase the blood flow.
  • Paraffin Wax Bath: The application of heated wax helps in improving blood flow to the affected area and hence decreasing pain sensation.
  • IRR massager.
  • Manual Therapy.
  • Passive motion therapy.
  • Stroke Rehabilitation.
  • Post-orthopedic surgery rehabilitation: After total knee replacement, spinal surgeries, fracture, or ACL repair surgery.
  • Post-neurosurgery rehabilitation.
  • Physiotherapy for sports injuries.
  • Neuro-developmental therapy.
  • Gait training.
  • Strengthening training: TheraBand training, resistance training, Swiss ball training, and ergonomics training.
  • Balance exercises: Proprioceptive exercises, and coordination exercises.
  • Pre and postnatal rehabilitation.
  • Physiotherapy for geriatric patients.
  • Hydrotherapy: Practicing underwater exercises with less resistance to help people with chronic weakness.
  • Dry needle pain therapy: It helps to relax muscle tightness.
  • Pediatric rehabilitation.
  • Specific therapy prescriptions and medications.
  • Ultrasound usage for enhancing the process of tissue healing.
  • Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) uses low-voltage electrical currents via the skin for pain relief. Targeting the nerves responsible for pain sensation prevents transmission of pain signals. It is used in osteoarthritis, tendinitis, and fibromyalgia.
  • Interferential Current: It generates low-frequency currents within the tissues by concurrently using two medium-frequency currents. It’s used for pain relief, enhancing tissue repair, and relaxing muscle spasms. It is effective for lower back pain and sciatica.
  • Hot Moist Therapy: Application of heat to increase the blood flow.
  • Paraffin Wax Bath: The application of heated wax helps in improving blood flow to the affected area and hence decreasing pain sensation.
  • IRR massager.
  • Manual Therapy.
  • Passive motion therapy.
  • Stroke Rehabilitation.
  • Post-orthopedic surgery rehabilitation: After total knee replacement, spinal surgeries, fracture, or ACL repair surgery.
  • Post-neurosurgery rehabilitation.
  • Physiotherapy for sports injuries.
  • Neuro-developmental therapy.
  • Gait training.
  • Strengthening training: TheraBand training, resistance training, Swiss ball training, and ergonomics training.
  • Balance exercises: Proprioceptive exercises, and coordination exercises.
  • Pre and postnatal rehabilitation.
  • Physiotherapy for geriatric patients.
  • Hydrotherapy: Practicing underwater exercises with less resistance to help people with chronic weakness.
  • Dry needle pain therapy: It helps to relax muscle tightness.
  • Pediatric rehabilitation.
  • Specific therapy prescriptions and medications.
Written By
Ahamed Jasir Neroth

Therapy Team Lead

Ahamed Jasir Neroth is a seasoned physiotherapy expert with over 14 years of dedicated experience in rehabilitation care. Holding a Master’s degree in Physiotherapy, he is steadfastly committed to enhancing clinical capabilities.Throughout his illustrious career, Ahamed has made significant contributions...

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