Frequently Asked Questions

With domiciliary care, you or your loved one can continue to stay in the place you feel most comfortable – at home. You may be starting to find it difficult to complete different areas of your routine and want some support whilst staying in familiar surroundings.

Regular home visits from a fully trained professional or care worker, from 30 minutes through to several hours a day, can be arranged to help you with a wide range of everyday tasks, including:

  • Patient care attendant service
  • Physiotherapy service 
  • Personal and continence care
  • Managing medication
  • Helping to mobilize in and around the home
  • Clinical care, including catheter and stoma management and peg feeding
  • Elderly care / geriatric care 
  • Baby care / nanny service
  • Nurse service at home

Physical therapy, commonly known as physiotherapy, is a form of care that aims to improve a patient's mobility, function, and overall well-being. Physical rehabilitation, injury prevention, and health and fitness are all benefits of physiotherapy. To help you heal rapidly, a physiotherapist could instruct you to perform specific exercises independently. Depending on the patient's condition, physiotherapists employ manual therapy and a variety of techniques.

Physiotherapy is beneficial for people of all ages with a range of health conditions, such as : 

Injuries to the back, neck, shoulder, and soft tissues, as well as harm to the bones, joints, and muscles neurological or brain conditions, like Parkinson’s disease, ms, or problems with movement brought on by a stroke heart and blood flow, like heart attack recovery, and lungs and breathing, like cystic fibrosis and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)

Physical therapy can improve your workouts and help you avert difficulties down the road.

Yes, nowadays it's so easy to call a physiotherapist at home and take treatment from a registered doctor at your convenient place. Just make a call at 01405600700 or 09611530530, and within a short time our service will reach the required place.

Yes, we have qualified male and female physiotherapists. All of our physiotherapists are qualified to handle both critical and non-critical patients.

Patients who request this service are informed of their requirements. Following the patient's instructions, our service counselor will call the patient to confirm the order. According to the patient's needs, a senior or junior physiotherapist, or an intern physiotherapist will be sent.

We deal with all musculoskeletal problems, especially low back and pelvic pain, thoracic dysfunction, neck injuries, sports injuries, overuse injuries, post-surgery rehabilitation, and chronic disease management. You can take care of all those little aches and pains that progressively worsen over time.

First, a comprehensive medical history is obtained. Many inquiries about the present pain, previous injuries, and chronic diseases will be asked of you. Additionally, it would be helpful to know your typical physical routines and job demands. Next, we evaluate mobility. This typically entails movements of the affected area specifically as well as motions of the entire body, such as squatting. Different therapy modalities are used following the physiotherapist's explanation of the apparent issue. These could involve joint procedures to help offload the wounded tissues as well as massage-like releases, instruction in stretches or exercises, postural corrections, and joint adjustments. There is always room for adjustment if you feel uncomfortable with the physiotherapist’s advice. You hold the reins. Physiotherapist is suggesting, it can always be adjusted. You are in control.

We cannot tell you blindly who is right for you. You can use our Request Suggestion option to share details about your health condition, sufferings/pains and medical record to get suggestions from an experienced doctor. Though we don’t take names. We only suggest what kind of doctor or physiotherapist you need to visit.