Helping you regain your mobility

Physiotherapy Department at Fakeeh University Hospital provides acute and rehabilitation services to meet the needs of the patient population in outpatient units, inpatient units, and acute care settings (intensive care units – ICUs). The physiotherapy department provides services to both adult and pediatric groups where services are indicated.

We provide complete patient evaluation and evidence-based approach by all physiotherapists, addressing impairments and disabilities resulting from:​

  • Complex trauma
  • Musculoskeletal injuries
  • Neurological disorders
  • Cardiorespiratory conditions
  • Sports injuries
  • Women’s health – pelvic floor dysfunction/ante and postnatal
  • Lymphatic disorders
  • All post-operative care indicated for physiotherapy

Our Services Include But Not Limited to:​

  • Exercise therapy
  • Manual therapy techniques – joint mobilization and soft tissue mobilization techniques
  • Trigger point release/myofascial release techniques
  • Neural mobilization and gliding techniques
  • Muscle energy techniques
  • Neuromuscular re-education
  • Strength and endurance training
  • Oedema control
  • Pain management
  • Electrotherapeutic modalities
  • Hot and cold therapy
  • Spinal treatment, manual therapy, neural tissue mobilization, trigger point therapy, spinal mobilization, and manipulation
  • Peripheral joint mobilization and manipulation
  • Balance/proprioception/vestibular training
  • Flexibility training
  • Functional mobility, training-bed mobility, transfers, ambulation
  • Cardiorespiratory physiotherapy
  • Postural and ergonomic advice
  • Individual home exercise plan
  • Kinesio taping
  • Gait aid prescription and training on orthotics
  • Proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation
  • Spinal core muscle and pelvic floor muscles training
  • Sensory integration training/motor control/motor learning techniques for developmental delays in paediatrics
  • Complete decongestive therapy
  • Post-surgical rehabilitation
  • Dry needling
  • Dry cupping

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