At Perfect Bounce, we offer a wide range of physiotherapy services to help you recover from injuries, manage chronic conditions, and improve your overall physical health. Our team of experienced physiotherapists is dedicated to providing personalized care and developing individualized treatment plans for each of our patients. We not only care for your physical but also mental well-being.


  • Relieve your muscle pain and stiffness.
  • Increase your flexibility.
  • Improve your range of motion.


Dry needling is an invasive procedure where a fine needle is inserted into the skin and muscle. It is aimed at myofascial trigger points (MTrP) which are hyperirritable spots in skeletal muscle that are associated with a hypersensitive palpable nodule in a taut band.


  • Improve Joint issues
  • Improve Disk issues
  • Decreases Repetitive motion disorders
  • Improve Spinal issues


  • Cupping helps to reduce pain and inflammation.
  • Improves blood flow.
  • Used for relaxation, well-being and deep tissue massage.


Cupping therapy is one of the oldest and most effective methods of releasing toxins from body tissue and organs. It is also known as Dry cupping & vacuum cupping.
This causes the tissue beneath the cup to draw up and swell causing increase in blood flow to the affected area. Enhanced blood flow under the cups draws impurities and toxins away from the nearby tissues and organs towards the surface for elimination.


  • Muscles:Stimulates blood flow and lymphatic drainage.
  • Joints:Increased blood flow and secretion of synovial fluid.
  • Nervous System:Stimulates sensory nerves in the skin, Improves ANS.
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Cupping therapy is indicated for both healthy patients (anti ageing treatment, rejuvenation purpose) and those suffering from ailments. Localized ailments that benefit from cupping therapy include headaches, lower back pain, neck pain, and knee pain. It is also beneficial for reducing anxiety, stress and mental trauma. Contraindications

  • Excessive dry or cracked skin
  • Open wound or ulcer
  • Fractured bone.


  • Non-invasive and drug-free.
  • Effective for a wide range of conditions.
  • Can be used on its own or with other therapies.


Myofascial release is a soft tissue treatment of skeletal muscle pain and immobility. Myofascial release involves applying gentle pressure to connective tissue and fascia. Fascia is a structure of connective tissues that surround muscles, blood vessels, and nerves.
A myofascial release technique helps to detect restrictions and can facilitate the release of the fascia. Injury, surgery, poor posture, or inflammation of tissues can create myofascial restrictions that produce pressure and pain upon sensitive structures


  • Improved range of motion
  • Pain relief
  • Improved circulation
  • Reduced muscle soreness
  • Improved posture
  • Reduced stress and anxiety
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The pain usually originates from specific points within your myofascial tissues called “trigger points”. Myofascial release focuses on reducing pain by easing the tension and tightness in the trigger points. Myofascial release works with the broader network of muscles that might be causing your pain. It tries to reduce tension throughout your body by releasing trigger points across a broad section of your muscular system Myofascial release (MFR) therapy focuses on releasing muscular shortness and tightness. There are several conditions and symptoms that myofascial release therapy addresses –

  • Chronic neck pain and back pain (upper and lower)
  • Chronic shoulder and hip restrictions
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Migraines and headaches
  • Plantar fasciitis(the most common type of heel pain)
  • Fibromyalgia
  • A build-up of scar tissue
  • Post-surgical rehabilitation
  • Acute sprains and strains
  • Poor posture and/or loss of flexibility


  • Non-invasive and drug-free.
  • Can be used on various soft tissue conditions.
  • Can be used alone or in combination with other treatments.
  • Reduces treatment time.
  • Enhances the efficiency of soft tissue therapy.


Instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM)  is a skilled myofascial intervention used for soft-tissue treatment.

It is applied using instruments that are usually made of stainless steel with bevelled edges and contours that can conform to different body anatomical locations and allows for deeper penetration. It is used for the detection and treatment of soft tissue disorders.

Instruments effectively break down facial restrictions and scar tissue. The ergonomic design of these instruments provides the clinician with the ability to locate restrictions and allows the clinician to treat the affected area with the appropriate amount of pressure.


  • Improved range of motion
  • Pain relief
  • Improved circulation
  • Reduced muscle soreness
  • Improved tissue mobility
  • Improved scar tissue healing
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The introduction of controlled microtrauma to affected soft tissue structure causes the stimulation of local inflammatory response. Microtrauma initiates reabsorption of inappropriate fibrosis or excessive scar tissue and facilitates a cascade of healing activities resulting in remodeling of affected soft tissue structures. Adhesions within the soft tissue, which may have developed because of surgery, immobilization, repeated strain or other mechanisms, are broken down, allowing full functional restoration to occur.

  • Medial Epicondylitis, Lateral Epicondylitis
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Neck Pain
  • Plantar Fascitis
  • Rotator Cuff Tendinitis
  • Patellar Tendinitis
  • Heel Pain/Achilles Tendinitis
  • Post-Surgical and Traumatic Scars
  • Myofascial Pain and Restrictions
  • Muscle Strains
  • Back Pain
  • IT Band Syndrome
  • Shin Splints
  • Chronic Ankle Sprains
  • Open wound (unhealed suture site)
  • Unhealed fracture
  • Thrombophlebitis
  • Uncontrolled hypertension
  • Patient intolerance/hypersensitivity


  • Non-invasive and drug-free.
  • Can be used on a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions.
  • Can be used alone or in combination with other treatments.
  • May reduce the need for medication or surgery.
  • Can improve overall physical function and quality of life.
  • Trigger point release.


A specialised area of physiotherapy/physical therapy for the management of neuro-musculoskeletal conditions, based on clinical reasoning, using highly specific treatment approaches including manual techniques and therapeutic exercises.


  • Improved joint mobility
  • Pain relief
  • Improved circulation
  • Reduced muscle tension
  • Improved tissue mobility
  • Improved posture
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Manual Therapy Therapeutic Effects

  1. Physiological: A positive placebo response can be produced.
  2. Biomechanical and Physical: Manual therapy facilitates tissue repair and modelling.
  3. Psychological: Manual therapy can reduce pain which improves an individual's psychological state. This pain reduction is achieved by stimulating the pain-gate mechanism, muscle inhibition, reduction of nociceptive activity, and reduced intraarticular or periarticular pressure.

Joint mobilization is a manual (hands-on) therapy treatment meant to help decrease pain, improve range of motion, and increase function.A therapist generally performs this technique by stabilizing one segment of a joint and applying manual pressure or traction to the nearby section. The applied force is usually directed in a plane of motion that is very tight, or hypomobile, in an effort to improve overall joint function. Depending on the patient’s tolerance and the overall goals of the treatment, several different types of mobilizations may be used.


Joint mobilizations are known to be effective in reducing pain, improving range of motion, and enhancing the overall function in a targeted area.This physical therapy technique has been found to have significant benefits in the treatment of a wide variety of musculoskeletal issues, including:

  • Knee osteoarthritis (wear-and-tear arthritis)
  • Lower back and neck pain
  • Lateral Epidondylitis (tennis elbow)
  • Wrist fractures
  • Lateral ankle sprains
  • Mild osteoporosis (brittle bones)
  • Inflammation in the joint
  • Local fracture or tumor

Chiropractic adjustment is a therapeutic treatment where a licensed chiropractor uses their hands or special instruments to manipulate joints in your body. This treatment is also called spinal manipulation or joint manipulation. A chiropractic adjustment can help reduce pain, correct your body’s alignment and how your body functions physically.

A popping or cracking sensation during a chiropractic adjustment is because of the gases, like oxygen, nitrogen and carbon dioxide, released from your joints. Gas gets trapped in small cavities of your joints when you move and stretch. While this gas release may be more apparent during a chiropractic adjustment, you experience a similar sound when you crack your knuckles.

The conditions for chiropractic adjustments are done –

  • Joint pain and dysfunction.
  • Lower back pain.
  • Neck pain.
  • Sciatica.
  • Stiff muscles or muscle aches.


  • Non-invasive and drug-free.
  • Can be used on a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions.
  • Can be used alone or in combination with other treatments.
  • May reduce the need for medication or surgery.
  • Can improve overall physical function and quality of life.


The trigger point is a taut band of skeletal muscles inside a muscle group. Trigger points are tender to the touch and can refer pain to distant parts of the body. You may have regional, persistent pain resulting in a decreased range of motion in the affected muscles.

Trigger point therapy is a soft-tissue treatment that helps release tense, painful knots in your muscles and fascia (web of connective tissue).


  • Pain relief
  • Improved range of motion
  • Reduced muscle tension
  • Improved circulation
  • Improved muscle flexibility
  • Improved tissue mobility
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Inflammation occurs when a muscle is injured. The body recognizes this and causes pain which makes you protect the muscle to prevent further damage. The pressure of trigger point therapy ‘reprograms’ the neuromuscular system so that pain decreases. This encourages the muscles to return to their normal state. This promotes healing as the inflammation decreases and the individual experiences reduced pain and tightness.


Trigger point therapy can be beneficial for conditions including:
  • Muscle injury
  • Muscle tightness
  • Carpel tunnel syndrome
  • Repetitive strain injury
  1. Theragun
  2. Trigger releases ball
  3. Foam roller
  • Reduce pain.
  • Increase blood flow.
  • Break up scar tissue.
  • Decrease lactic acid.
  • Release muscle spasms.
  • Increase lymphatic flow.
  • Improve the range of motion.
  • Improve body awareness.

Start with only a few knots at a time, the most painful area being first. The idea is to trap the knot in the muscle with the ball and apply gently to medium pressure until the painful sensation has faded.

  1. Reduce Muscle Soreness
  2. Eliminate Tension and Tightness
  3. Increase Flexibility
  4. Improve Blood Circulation
  5. Cultivate Relaxation


  • Non-invasive and drug-free.
  • Can be used on a wide range of conditions, including acute and chronic pain, muscle spasms, and joint disorders.
  • Can be used alone or in combination with other treatments.
  • Can reduce the need for medication or surgery.
  • Can improve overall physical function and quality of life.


Electrotherapy is a method of treatment which uses electric current to the affected areas. It is mostly used by physiotherapists to treat a variety of conditions ranging from muscle pain to arthritis. 


  • Pain relief
  • Improved muscle strength and function
  • Reduced inflammation
  • Increased circulation
  • Increased tissue healing
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  • TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation)
  • Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS)
  • Therapeutic Ultrasound


TENS is a method of electrical stimulation which primarily aims to provide a degree of symptomatic pain relief by exciting sensory nerves and thereby stimulating either the pain gate mechanism and/or the opioid system.


  • Lower back pain
  • Myofascial pain
  • Arthritic pain
  • Neuropathic pain[trigeminal neuralgia, phantom pain]
  • CRPS [complex regional pain syndrome]


  • Pacemakers
  • Malignancy
  • Active infection
  • Pregnancy
  • Cardiac conditions – cardiac arrhythmia
  • Neurological condition - stroke


Electrical muscle stimulation (EMS) is a type of electrotherapy stimulates a muscle contraction using electrical impulses to strengthen weak muscles, reduce swelling, relieve pain and help heal wounds.


There are several uses for EMS which include:

  • Pain relief: EMS can be used at low levels to reduce the amount of pain. This can be done by modulating the amount of pain signals to the brain or releasing natural pain-killers called endorphins.
  • Muscle contraction: EMS can be used at different intensities to stimulate a muscle or help maintain muscle tone.

Benefits of EMS include:

  • Decreasing pain
  • Promote tissue healing
  • Increase muscle strength
  • Maintaining and regaining muscle activity


Ultrasound is an electrotherapy that promotes healing and reduces inflammation at a cellular level. An ultrasound machine creates mechanical sound waves that produce energy, which when they enter the skin causes micro vibrations in the cells, improving tissue healing and reducing pain.

Ultrasound is a painless treatment and is commonly used to treat soft tissue problems such as ligament sprains or muscle tears.

Therapeutic ultrasound is often used to treat chronic pain and promote tissue healing. It may be recommended if you experience any of the following conditions:

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Shoulder pain, including frozen shoulder
  • Tendonitis
  • Ligament injuries
  • Joint tightness


  • Over open wounds
  • With women who are pregnant
  • Near a pacemaker


  • Can be used to treat chronic pain and injuries.
  • Can improve recovery time after intense physical activity.
  • Can be used to improve athletic performance.
  • Can reduce stress and anxiety levels.
  • Can improve overall physical function and quality of life.


Massage therapy helps in relieving tension in specific muscles that have built up due to injury or stress. Massage therapy helps you to get the blood flowing which speeds up the recovery process.

Hand techniques like effleurage, stroking kneading are used to release tension.

The skin is lifted, pressed down, and squeezed, pinched and rolled. Alternate squeezing and relaxation of the tissues stimulates the local circulation and may have a pain-relieving effect with some muscular disorders.


  • Reduced muscle tension and pain
  • Improved joint mobility and range of motion
  • Increased circulation
  • Improved posture
  • Increased relaxation response
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Massage can help lower cortisol levels and increase levels of oxytocin, a hormone that relaxes the body and produces soothing effects.

It can also help with physical symptoms of stress, such as tight muscles and shoulders and tension headaches. A deep tissue massage can address these issues and help your body relax.


Deep tissue massage reduces stress and tension, which impacts blood pressure. Massage has positive impacts on systolic, diastolic, and arterial blood pressure. The massage can also increase production of serotonin, which promotes good feelings and happiness.

Getting regular deep tissue massages can help break up this scar tissue by improving lymphatic circulation and drainage to improve flexibility and range of motion in the area of the scar tissue.

Deep tissue massage therapy can be used to treat many different symptoms of arthritis, like pain, stiffness, limited range of motion in joints, and sleep issues.

Moderate pressure can reduce arthritis pain and ease tension, making it easier for those with arthritis to move around. It can also help with sleep issues by alleviating pain that may keep arthritis patients awake at night.
A deep tissue massage can help stretch tight or twisted muscles and can also facilitate the movement of toxins from your muscles.

Deep tissue massage therapy is used frequently to treat sports-related injuries. Many athletes are incorporating deep tissue massage into their recovery protocols, as they can help delay the onset of muscle soreness, help with muscle fatigue, and prevent injuries.

  • Any type of skin infection.
  • Open wounds.
  • Circulatory problems such as thrombosis.
  • Bleeding disorders: Less than 48 hours after injury.


  • Can be used to prevent injuries or re-injuries.
  • Can be used to provide support during rehabilitation.
  • Can improve athletic performance by reducing the risk of injury.
  • Can be used to manage chronic conditions, such as arthritis.
  • Can be used in combination with other therapies to enhance their effects.


A technique used to provide support and stability to joints and muscles during physical activity. It involves applying adhesive tape to the affected area to improve proprioception and reduce the risk of injury.

Taping is the process of applying tape (dynamic tape) directly to the skin in order to maintain a stable position of bones and muscles during athletic activity or movements.

In the taping process, dynamic tapes are used, which are specially designed to work mechanically, to alter movement patterns while absorbing load & re-injecting that energy into movement. Taping is used to treat acute and chronic musculoskeletal complaints including, but not limited to, pain, function, joint instability, and edema.

Some common conditions include plantar fasciitis, patellofemoral pain syndrome, patella fat pad impingement, lateral ankle sprains, sciatica, and overuse conditions.


  • Improved joint stability
  • Reduced muscle fatigue
  • Reduced pain and discomfort
  • Increased proprioception (sense of body position and movement)
  • Increased confidence during physical activity


  • Enhanced posture and alignment.
  • Lowered risk of musculoskeletal disorders.
  • Improved comfort and reduced pain.
  • Prevents repetitive strain injuries.
  • Enhanced balance and stability.
  • Increment in productivity and focus.
  • Maintains long-term musculoskeletal health.


Postural / Ergonomic Training involves educating patients on proper posture and ergonomics to help prevent future injuries and pain. Ergonomics is the science of designing a workplace to fit your body. Therefore, office ergonomics is crucial for the occupational health of employees. Workplace injuries, particularly musculoskeletal injuries due to poor posture, can be avoided with ergonomic training.

Its benefits include reduced risk of work-related injuries and illness, higher productivity, improved health, improved mental insight, better product quality, decreased pain, happy employees, improved employee engagement and a better safety culture.

Physiotherapy evaluates your body mechanism, mobility, and strength to determine exactly what needs to be done. Full body assessment and posture analysis, joint mobilization, dry needling, and exercises are some of the techniques we use for ergonomic correction.


  • Improved muscular strength and endurance.
  • Increased joint mobility and flexibility.
  • Enhanced circulation and oxygenation of tissues.
  • Diminished muscle tension and stiffness.
  • Improved body image and self-confidence.
  • Increment in overall physical performance.


  • Improved postural alignment and balance.
  • Reduced occurrence of musculoskeletal issues.
  • Enhanced body mechanics and movement patterns.
  • Prevention of repetitive strain injuries.
  • Improved concentration and focus.
  • Heightened body awareness and mindfulness.
  • Promotion of long-term musculoskeletal health.


Post-surgery rehabilitation is the crucial process of re – establishing muscle strength, joint motion, full joint movement and restore full body strength and functionality, through physiotherapy sessions and exercises.

Physiotherapy Rehabilitation is necessary for a variety of surgical procedures like rotator cuff surgery, knee/hip replacement, ligament, ACL repair, fracture, joint repair surgeries. All types of surgery are presented with a number of post operative consequences which can help with physiotherapy.

Post-Surgery Physiotherapy helps in effective management of your pain. It enhanced your weak muscles and helps you return to activities of daily living. This involves stretching of muscles that may have become stiff in order to help you get back to the level you were previously. It also improves your posture and helps you regain your independence.

Physiotherapy rehabilitation reduces any anxiety that may act as a hindrance in regaining your confidence as well. Mobilization exercises helpto improve circulation and range of movement. We also advise our patients on effective positioning so as to increase their comfort.


  • Improved circulation and blood flow
  • Enhanced energy levels and reduced fatigue
  • Diminished tension and stress in the body
  • Improved appearance and body language.
  • Enhanced joint stability and flexibility.
  • Decreased risk of falls and injuries.
  • Increment in self-confidence and self-esteem.
  • Improved well-being and quality of life.
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Benefits of post-surgical rehab include-

  • Regain your independence.
  • Reduce any anxiety that you may have and regain your confidence.
  • Mobilization exercises to improve circulation and range of movement.
  • Advise on effective positioning to increase comfort.


  • Can improve overall health and quality of life.
  • Can increase life expectancy.
  • Can improve self-esteem and body image.
  • Can reduce the need for medication or medical intervention.
  • Can improve fertility and pregnancy outcomes in women.


One of the biggest myths about physiotherapy is that it can only help a person recover from an injury or solve troubles like stiff neck and leg pain. However, physiotherapy is much more than that. Physiotherapy can heal you holistically, promote wellbeing and do away with problems that might be coming your way.


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  • Reduced risk of chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, and cancer
  • Improved insulin sensitivity
  • Reduced inflammation
  • Improved sleep quality
  • Improved mobility and physical function
  • Improved mood and mental health
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Hilipo Detox

  • Deep Heat and Vacuum Therapy Combo

Detoxification is removing impurities, toxins from fat cells, and it is done through vacuum and heat therapy. This Combination burns Fat and removes toxins. Hi-Lipo Detox combo is a smart, sturdy, lightweight ABS constructed body and is one of the most advanced and convenient infrared deep heat therapy combined with powerful vacuum therapy systems of these times.

  • Deep Heat Therapy

Deep heat therapy can create heat 2 inches or more below the skin surface by 60ºC Heat increases the inter molecular temperature of fat cells, which further results in breakdown of the bindings between tissues and muscles of the treated area, resulting in loosening of fat cells, enhancing the process of slimming.

  • Vacuum Therapy

Vacuum simulates the manual cupping movement of massage which helps to mobilize and break down the excessive, accumulated stubborn adipose tissues. It improves body metabolism and increases blood supply, when combined with Heat therapy it removes toxins and waste materials through lymphatic drainage. HilipoCavi 40 KHz Ultrasonic Cavitation Therapy for Cellulite Reduction Hi LipoCavi is one of the most advance and efficient systems using low-frequency 40KHz ultrasound for easy, painless & non-surgical reduction of localized subcutaneous unwanted fat from the problem areas & treatment of cellulite. Hi LipoCavi works by selectively targeting unwanted fat cells in specific problem areas in the adipose tissue and effectively shaking the cell membrane till it ruptures which will then be disposed off by the liver cells and renal besides a good physical activity, without affecting the surrounding tissue , such as nerves or blood cells. The treatment lasts about 30 minutes, it is totally painless and with no known side effects. In most cases the result can be seen immediately and depending on individual clients, most will need between 3 – 7 treatments with intervals of 7 – 10 days. HiLipoCavi is the true alternative to surgical liposuction

HiLipo Contour

  • Advance way to inch loss and muscle rehabilitation

Hilipo Contour uses bio-electrical stimulation to strengthen and tone the muscles and promote endurance. It can bring you sustainable inch loss, increased muscle definition, better posture and balance. Also mimics the body’s natural bio-electricity to work out muscles in a much more safe and effective manner than a traditional workout..

FDA-cleared Hilipo Contour exercises the muscles around the problem areas in a very powerful way, while you are lying down on a massage table. Hilipo Contour’s treatments when combined with a diet plan and detox session, bring fast and long lasting results.


  • Can be used to prevent injuries or re-injuries.
  • Can be used to improve rehabilitation outcomes.
  • Can be used to develop individualized exercise programs or orthotic prescriptions.
  • Can improve athletic performance by optimizing movement patterns.
  • Can improve overall physical function and quality of life.


Posture Analysis

GaitON posture analysis system analyses the standing posture of the patient. Its posture analysis protocol identifies key postural deviations from multiple views & exports all data to a report


  • Identification of abnormal or asymmetrical movement patterns
  • Identification of potential causes of pain or injury
  • Improved understanding of the underlying biomechanics of movement
  • Identification of potential muscle imbalances or weaknesses
  • Identification of potential areas for improvement in athletic performance
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  • A detailed report highlighting abnormal postural deviations.Side by side comparison of left & right extremity data.
  • Representation of postural deviations through angles & Plumb Lines.
  • Automatic documentation of all observations in the report.
  • Diagnosis of posture-related disorders
  • Pre/post rehabilitation comparison
  • Monitoring effects of orthotics/supportive gear
  • Posture screening camps at schools/corporates


Running gait analysis software is used  for a detailed running analysis. Its running protocol analyses the lower & upper body motion of the runner & identifies any biomechanical faults. 3 step workflow: CAPTURE, ANALYSE, GENERATE REPORT

  • A detailed report with reference values and all abnormal gait patterns.
  • Comparison between left & right extremity gait of the patient.
  • Accurate identification of biomechanical faults in running form.
  • Automatic documentation of all observations in the report.


  • Improved awareness and understanding of running mechanics.
  • Perfected form and improved running technique.
  • Reduction in risk of running-related injuries.
  • Personalised training plans based on individual needs.
  • Refined rehabilitation and recovery.
  • Upgraded long-term running health.


    GaitON gait analysis system is used by clinicians to detect gait abnormalities & monitor gait changes in the patient. Its gait analysis protocol is based on RLA terminology & assesses thePelvis, Hip, Knee & Foot motion during the Gait Cycle. 3 step workflow: CAPTURE, ANALYSE, GENERATE REPORT
  • A detailed report with reference values and all abnormal gait patterns in the patient.
  • Comparison between left and right extremity gait of the patient.
  • Accurate identification of muscle imbalances using Kinematic graph.
  • Monitor gait changes through pre-post
  • Improved awareness of walking mechanics.
  • Enhanced walking technique and mechanics.
  • Minimised risk of walking-related injuries.
  • Facilitation for rehabilitation and recovery.
  • Improved functional mobility.
  • Perfected postural correction
  • Optimized assistive devices.
  • Increment in confidence and well-being.


  • Can be used to prevent and manage chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, and osteoporosis.
  • Can be used to manage pain and improve function in conditions such as arthritis and back pain.
  • Can be used to prevent injuries or re-injuries.
  • Can be used to improve rehabilitation outcomes.
  • Can improve overall physical function and quality of life.


S & C tend to focus on movement quality to improve performance, this can be in any given sport focusing on speed, strength, and power. Equally, it could be improving performance in real-life scenarios, such as standing up with ease for elderly clients. Focus on preventing injury. Developing better movement patterns helps to prevent injury in athletes which can help accelerate their career. In our real-life scenario, this could be an elderly client working on proprioception & balance to help them fall less frequently.


  • Improved muscle strength and endurance
  • Improved cardiovascular health
  • Reduced pain and inflammation
  • Increased joint mobility and range of motion
  • Improved balance and coordination
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General population also gets same benefits if they train under some professional, and may get best out of their current fitness levels too while minimizing chances of metabolic/cardio vascular disorders.

  • Lower Abdominal Fat. ...
  • Better Cardiovascular Health. ...
  • Controlled Blood Sugar Levels. ...
  • Reduced Cancer Risk. ...
  • Lowered Injury Risks. ...
  • Strengthened Mental Health. ...
  • Improved Flexibility and Mobility. ...
  • Elevated Body Image.




Plyometric exercises are a form of strengthening exercise, incorporating jumping, bounding, and hopping movements, which work to increase power in the muscles. Power is used in the vast majority of all sports and so plyometrics can be used to help develop this for most athletes. It is a form of exercise based on making quick, powerful movements. Both competitive athletes and people who train for enjoyment and general health can use plyometrics to increase their overall power. Plyometrics are commonly used by athletes, especially martial artists, sprinters and high jumpers, to improve performance, and also after ACL reconstruction surgeries or ligament tears. Benefits of plyometrics - Plyometric exercises help train a person’s muscles to respond with power and efficiency. The potential benefits of this training process include:

  • increased power output in the muscles
  • increased force in muscle contractions with less energy consumption
  • faster speed of muscle contractions or speed in general
  • improved ability to change directions quickly, which fitness professionals may refer to as agility or nimbleness.
  • overall better control when stopping and starting movements.
  • increased jumping height.
  • decreased risk of injury to the joints and muscles


  • To maintain high level of functional activity.
  • To improve balance and proprioception.
  • To increase muscle strength and power.
  • To maximize reaction time.
  1. Agility

Agility training forms an integral role during performance rehabilitation. The focus of this intervention is to develop the connection between the physical and psychological systems necessary to carry out complex multidirectional. tasks in response to a stimulus with the aim of improving the mind–body. connection when processing signals and cues from the environment. Challenging an athlete’s mental processing speed during sport-specific tasks reinforces reaction learning and allows them to initiate movement faster. and/or with the most appropriate timing to achieve the best outcome.

  1. Aerobics

Aerobic exercise (also known as endurance activities, cardio, or cardio-respiratory exercise) is physical exercise of low to high intensity that depends primarily on the aerobic energy-generating process. Aerobicis defined asrelating to, involving, or requiring oxygenand refers to the use of oxygen to meet energy demands during exercise via aerobic metabolism adequately Aerobic exercise refers to the type of repetitive, structured physical activity that requires the body’s metabolic system to use oxygen to produce energy. Examples include walking, cycling, swimming, jogging, dancing, hiking,long distance running.
EQUIPMENTS: Aerobic equipment can comprehend.

  • Floor mats
  • Dumbbells
  • Swiss ball
  • Trampoline
  • Ropes
  • Steps
  • Bicycle


  • Freestyle aerobics
  • Step aerobics
  • Sport aerobics
  • Dance aerobics
  • Water aerobics
  • Aerobic Kickboxing


  • Strengthens the muscles involved in respiration, to facilitate the flow of air in and out of the lungs.
  • Strengthens and enlarges the heart muscle, to improve its pumping efficiency and reduce the resting heart rate, known as aerobic conditioning.
  • Improves circulation efficiency and reducing blood pressure.
  • Increases pain tolerance.
  • Maintains independence in later life.
  • Increases the total number of red blood cells in the body, facilitating transport of oxygen.
  • Improves mental health, including reducing stress and lowering the incidence of depression, as well as increased cognitive capacity.
  • Reduces the risk for diabetes.
  • Reduces risk for heart disease, blood clots, and stroke.
  • Lowers total cholesterol.
  • Promotes weight loss.
  • Prevents bone loss.
  • Lowers inflammation.
  • Prevents vascular dysfunction.
  • Stimulate bone growth.
  • Reduce the risk of osteoporosis for both men and women.


  • Pilates



Pilates is a system of exercises, designed to improve physical strength, flexibility, and posture and enhance mental awareness. It is a unique body conditioning exercise. By bringing it into its correct neutral alignment, it rebalances the body. It does so by targeting deep postural muscles (Transverse abdominals and muscles of the pelvic diaphragm). In essence, Pilates challenges the core muscles and builds strength from the inside out. Clinical Pilatesare used to treat people with musculoskeletal injuries. Benefits it is more individualized to the person and their problem. In addition, it can also be more functional. Clinical Pilates is a form of exercise that both facilitates the strengthening of these deep muscles whilst educating a person where a neutral spine lies. In time a person will feel that their back is stronger, as they become more aware. of what sitting or standing in a good posture entails. In the long term they will also have the endurance to sustain these better postures for longer periods, through conducting the exercises.

  • General fitness and body awareness, greater strength and muscle tone
  • Improved flexibility
  • A flatter stomach
  • Improved efficiency of the respiratory, lymphatic, and circulatory systems
  • Better posture and awareness.
  • Less incidence of back pain
  • Increased joint mobility.
  • Lower stress level

How can Pilates help me?

  • Reduces muscle spasms.
  • Corrects muscle imbalance.
  • Restores normal and efficient movement patterns.
  • Reduces pain from poor posture.
  • Encourages the correct alignment of the spine.
  • Improve movement control.
  • Increase muscle tone.


  • Pelvic floor



Pelvic floor is a group of muscles found in the floor (the base) of your pelvis (the bottom of your torso). The pelvic floor muscles give you the ability to control the release of urine, faeces. flatus and to delay emptying until it is convenient. When you contract the pelvic floor muscles, they lift the internal organs of the pelvis. and tighten the openings of the vagina, anus and urethra. Relaxing the pelvic floor allows passage of urine and faeces. This function is especially important if your urethral or anal sphincters (muscles) do. does not work normally, as may be the case after giving birth or after prostate surgery. It also provides support for the baby during pregnancy and needs to be relaxed during the birthing process. If your pelvic floor muscles are not functioning well, the internal organs will lack full support. This may stop you from being able to control your urine, faeces or wind. Common causes of weakened pelvic flooring are pregnancy, childbirth, prostate cancer. treatment in males, obesity, and the associated straining of chronic constipation. What happens to the pelvic floor during pregnancy and birth? As your baby and belly grow, your pelvic floor changes, too. Pelvic floor muscles work harder than normal during pregnancy: they are required to. support the weight of the growing baby. They are also softened by the effects of pregnancy hormones. Whether you give birth vaginally or by caesarean, your pelvic floor muscles will be impacted. Pelvic floor exercises are designed to improve your muscle tone. In addition, they improve your brain's connection to these muscles. Doing these exercises may prevent. the need for corrective surgery.
Pelvic floor muscle exercises can help with:

  • improving bladder and bowel control.
  • reducing the risk of prolapse (in women)
  • better recovery from childbirth and surgery (in women)
  • better recovery after prostate surgery (in men)
  • improved sexual function.
  • increased social confidence and quality of life.

Exercises to increase pelvic floor strength.

  • Reverse Kegel.
  • Hypopressive Exercises.
  • Transverse Abdominis Activation.


  • Can improve overall health and quality of life.
  • Can increase life expectancy.
  • Can improve athletic performance and recovery.
  • Can improve mental health and mood.
  • Can improve fertility and pregnancy outcomes in women.


Nutrition plays a pivotal role in the healing process and can either enhance or hinder a patient’s recovery from musculoskeletal injury. 

The food you eat can either be the safest and most powerful form of medicine or the slowest form of poison.” 

Bodily tissues, whether due to their ongoing regenerative processes, physical adaptation to exercise or due to regeneration following injury, require and are made up of various nutrients. Nutrients are also needed for the formation of neurotransmitters. The nutrients need to be included in the diet or supplementation regimen in sufficient amounts and subsequently absorbed and utilized in order to make possible the regeneration of these tissues.



  • Improved energy levels and metabolism
  • Improved cognitive function and brain health
  • Reduced risk of chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, and cancer
  • Improved immune function and resistance to infections
  • Improved digestive health
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Types of Diet

  1. Detox
  2. Anti-inflammatory
  3. Weight loss/weight gain
  4. High protein diet


  • Can prevent or manage chronic diseases.
  • Can improve overall health and quality of life.
  • Can improve mental health and reduce stress
  • Can improve. communication with healthcare providers.
  • Can improve patient satisfaction with healthcare experiences.


Health care counselling is regarded as one of the indispensable factors in promoting good health and well-being.

Mental health is not merely the absence of a mental disorder. It exists on a continuum to include flourishing mental health, very good mental health, mean mental health, decreased mental health, mental health problems and mental health disorders


  • Improved understanding of health and wellness
  • Improved ability to manage chronic conditions such as diabetes or heart disease
  • Improved mental health and well-being
  • Improved adherence to medical treatment plans
  • Improved overall lifestyle habits such as diet and exercise