We specialize in applying evidence based principles of sports to pain management & performance enhancement & provide a range of services for different needs
Physiotherapy is a science which aims to restore movement and function of an individual who is affected by injury, illness or disability. Physiotherapy is not limited to rehabilitation of injury and the effects of disease or disability but physiotherapist also provides education and advice for health promotion, disease and injury prevention.
Benefits of Physiotherapy
01. Improved Stability
02. Reduced Pain
03. Prevents Surgery
04. Aids in Injury Recovery
05. Improves Balance
06. Helps manage Diabetes & Vascular Conditions
07. Helps managing Age-Related Issues
Physiotherapy at HEAL includes but not limited to the ones listed below
- Injuries sustained in falls/ accidents
- Ligament sprains or tears
- Joint instability/ subluxations/ dislocations
- Muscle or tendon strain and tears
- Spinal disc pathologies
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Frozen shoulder
- Shoulder Impingement syndrome
- Spondylosis, Work- related neck or back pain
- Chondromalaciae patellae etc.
Physiotherapy for Rehabilitation (Post Operative Rehabilitation) includes but not limited to the ones listed below
- ACL reconstruction
- Rotator Cuff Repairs
- Elbow and/or wrist and hand surgeries
- Sub-acromial decompression
- Any post-surgery rehabilitation
- Sports Injuries Rehab
Specialized branch of physical therapy deals health issues concerning the physical disabilities of the senior citizens.
- Age related muscular or joint aches and pains
- Age related nerve pain
- Age related muscular weakness
- Parkinson’s, Arthritis
- Post-surgery rehabilitation for Hip replacement
- Post- surgery rehabilitation for Hip resurfacing
- Post- surgery rehabilitation for Knee replacement (full and partial)
Specialized branch of physical therapy which deals with sports injury management and sports injury treatment. Sports Physiotherapy includes injuries and issues related to athletics, not limited to the below
- Ankle sprain
- Groin Pull
- Hamstring Strain
- Shin Splints
- ACL tear
- Tennis Elbow (epicondylitis)
- Post Marathon Recovery
Specialized branch of physiotherapy to resolve musculoskeletal/orthopedic issues for children of any age, starting from new born until 15 years
- Birth defects like- Congenital Tallipes Varus (CTEV), Torticollis, Congenital Hip Dislocation (CHD)
- Sports/ activity related injuries and pains like Osgood Schlatter’s Syndrome, Jumper’s knee
- Rehabilitation following orthopedic surgery e.g. fractures, leg-lengthening procedures
- Long-Term Joint and Muscle Pain, e.g. low back pain, anterior kneepain
- Acute Soft Tissue Injuries, e.g. muscle and ligament sprains
Specialized branch of physiotherapy aims to resolve various musculoskeletal changes that occur in a woman due to child-bearing
- Low and mid back pain
- Shoulder and neck pain
- Sacro-Iliac Joint pain
- Difficulty/pain with movement
- Carpal tunnel symptoms
- Post caesarean pain (after healing)
- Rectus Diastasis
Why choose HEAL?
Physiotherapy at HEAL Institute is an amalgamation of Sports Physiotherapists, Pediatric Physiotherapist, Musculoskeletal Physiotherapists who have a varied experience and learning from India and different parts of the world.
We bring together Injury and Pain management + Prevention and Rehabilitation skills based on a thorough Anatomical, Biomechanical and Functional assessment and the use of – latest evidence-based techniques.
Our treatment approach uses a state of the art injury rehab clinic which includes techniques like Soft-Tissue Release, Joint Mobility, Dry Needling, Muscle Energy Techniques (MET), Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF), Sports + K + Dynamic Taping, selected Electrotherapeutic Modalities and Exercise Therapy to name a few.
We believe in -‘ Relieving the Cause and Not Just the Symptoms and in providing a sustained Long-term Relief.’
To book a FREE Physiotherapy Consultation in Mumbai, drop in at any of our clinics for a FREE Physio Consultation (20 Minutes) with our Physiotherapists in Mumbai.
My biggest achievement was to complete the run and create a Guinness World Record without any major injury. This was possible thanks to Dr. Mohsin Khan, Sports Physiotherapist from HEAL Institute. He ensured I get right treatment to recover well every day after running.
The best part about Dr. Manasi is her diagnosis. There have been a few times when I had absolutely no idea why the issue was for months, trips to the GP were with no outcome. But Manasi's diagnosis was spot on and has helped me thru with getting the right treatment. Not just on this one occasion but on others as well. Then comes the fact that she is always so eager to help and make sure that you recover from the injuries/ issues and that too always with a smile and lot of motivation!!!
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The first Consultation with a Physiotherapists will last for anywhere between 45-50mins. In this duration, our physiotherapists will assess you thoroughly, and then provide you a brief of what is causing the pain/ injury along with a list of do’s and don’ts to start with. The 2nd session onwards would again last for 40-45mins including the treatment and demonstration of exercises to be done at home (if any applicable).
Yes, the pain during the session will be that of the physiotherapist treating your already tight and painful areas. Post the session you may experience muscle soreness which is a common after- effect of Manual Therapy treatments. You will be advised to ice suitably to relieve the soreness and also be instructed the do’s and don’ts after every session.
It’s best to not come in for a physiotherapy session immediately after a heavy meal (e.g. Lunch), because post-meal most of the blood supply of the body is redirected towards the digestive system. If you do the session, the manual therapy will redirect the blood flow towards the treatment area and may leave you uncomfortable or light-headed.
It is ideal for the client/ patient to disrobe as needed for the treatment session, so it is advisable for you to carry a pair of shorts and a vest. Our Physiotherapists will make sure that your session is performed in a closed cubicle maintaining all the necessities following ethics and your complete privacy and confidentiality.
It differs from client to client. Post your first consultation, our physiotherapists will give you a guideline for how you need to plan your sessions. Ideally it is good to have a physiotherapy session 2-3 times a week, with a minimum gap of 24-30 hrs between two sessions for your body to recuperate from the after-effects of the previous session.
Our Physiotherapist’s schedules are planned around pre-booked appointments so it is advisable for you to pre-book your appointments.