PhysioActive is one of the largest private physiotherapy clinics in Singapore. Our highly experienced team of international trained physiotherapists has the highest standards in physiotherapy in Singapore. All our physiotherapists hold degrees and have a vast variety of post-graduate training.

High quality treatment and state-of-the-art facilities will provide you with the best possible care for physiotherapy in Singapore. Please see below what we are specialized in:

  • orthopedic injuries
  • post-surgical rehabilitation
  • sport injuries
  • women’s health
  • neurological disorders

Please click below on the area, in which you have pain for more information:

Physiotherapy will have a benefit on the speed and quality of your recovery. It also plays a crucial role in preventing injuries from reoccurrence.

Don’t make the mistake and wait until your injury becomes chronic and much longer to treat. Contact us today for an initial consultation.

We are the experts in getting you back to a pain free and healthy life!!!

Common Conditions We Treat

Neck Injuries

Neck pain is very common and can be very disabling as well as painful. In the absolute majority of all neck patients at PhysioActive the pain is caused by acute inflammations or tight muscles. Sometimes the pain is localized in the neck, but it may also refer to the thoracic spine or shoulder. If the nerve is irritated the pain may even radiate into the arm or fingers. Common causes are poor posture, joint degeneration, muscular weakness, stress and general inactivity.

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Shoulder Injuries

The shoulder is the most mobile joint in your body and hence very prone to injuries. Shoulder pain is very common, but is most often felt on the outside of the upper arm rather than in the joint itself. In most cases the pain develops gradually over a long time without any known reason to the patient. In the beginning lifting the arm feels uncomfortable, but after a while it turns into a sharp pain.

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Elbow Injuries

Elbow pain and injury respond favourably to physiotherapy intervention when early treatment is sought. An accurate diagnosis is vital to the correct management of your elbow pain. It can be caused by local muscle, tendon or joint injury. Alternatively, elbow pain can be referred from your neck joints. It’s similar to sciatica of the upper limb.

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Back Injuries

Back pain is very common and can be very disabling as well as painful. In the absolute majority of all lower back patients at PhysioActive the pain is caused by acute inflammations or tight muscles. Sometimes the pain is localized in the lower spine, but often it can radiate into the hip or buttock. If the nerve is irritated the pain may even radiate into the leg or foot. Common causes are poor posture, joint degeneration, muscular weakness, stress and general inactivity.

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Hand Injuries

The hand is one of the most important ‘tools’ of our body. That’s why injuries to the hand are usually very disabling in daily activities. The most common causes of injuries are due to sports, falls and accidents. One of the most important aspects with hand injuries is that patients should not wait too long to seek for medical help from a doctor or physiotherapist, because chronic hand conditions may take an unreasonable time to heal.

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Hip Injuries

Hip injuries and knee pain are very common and can have many causes. Therefore it is essential to make a correct diagnosis of the underlying cause in order to provide appropriate treatment for an optimal recovery. Injuries may affect muscles, ligaments, meniscus, cartilage or bones. Most commonly the pain is localized around the injured area and can be felt during activity, after activity or constantly. Many injuries can be treated conservatively with physiotherapy.

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Knee Injuries

Knee injuries and knee pain are very common and can have many causes. Therefore it is essential to make a correct diagnosis of the underlying cause in order to provide appropriate treatment for an optimal recovery. Injuries may affect muscles, ligaments, meniscus, cartilage or bones.

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Lower Leg Injuries

Lower leg injuries mainly involve bone fractures due to a trauma or muscular problems due to sport injuries.

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Foot Injuries

The most common injury to the ankle we see in our Physiotherapy clinic is a sprained ankle. This can happen during sports or any daily activity and occurs in various degrees of severity. Since the ankle joint is a weight bearing joint it is prone to degenerative injuries such as arthritis. Usually this has an effect on the gait pattern, which may lead to secondary problems affecting muscles and ligaments.

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If you do not see your conditions, please ask us