Ice Bath

Ice baths involve immersing the body in cold water to reduce inflammation and soothe sore muscles. This method is often used by athletes and individuals to aid in recovery after intense workouts and can help manage musculoskeletal discomfort. It also promotes weight loss, induces relaxation and helps to improve sleeping pattern.

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Robotic spine aligner (CE Certified), delivered using a device called vertebral mobiliser, is a cutting-edge approach for treating spine-related conditions. This technology assists in precise spinal adjustments and alignment, offering non-invasive alternatives. It can be especially beneficial for those with back pain and spinal issues.

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (Using Oxyhealth Vitaeris 320, USA - FDA Approved) involves breathing pure oxygen in a pressurized chamber at a level higher than 1 atmosphere absolute (ATA), which enables oxygen to dissolve and saturate the blood plasma which yields a broad variety of positive physiological, biochemical and cellular effects aiding wound healing, strengthening the immune system and promote tissue repair.

Hydrotherapy is a therapeutic approach that uses water, often in the form of temperature controlled pools, to help alleviate pain and promote healing. The buoyancy of water reduces the impact on joints and muscles, making it a beneficial option for individuals with musculoskeletal issues, sports injuries, or those seeking relaxation. Hydrotherapy helps to improve circulation, increase flexibility, and aid in rehabilitation.

FDA approved Cryotherapy chamber (CryoStar - Vacuactivus, USA) provides whole-body exposure to extremely cold temperatures for a brief duration. This therapy is often used for muscle recovery, pain relief, inflammation reduction, reduced stress, improved sleeping pattern, aids weight loss and enhances skin rejuvenation. The cold temperature is thought to trigger various physiological responses that may benefit individuals with musculoskeletal conditions or athletes seeking to enhance performance and recovery.

Photobiomodulation, also known as laser therapy, uses Class 3b laser,  a machine that detects painful trigger points, repairs tissues, wounds, muscle, tendon, bones and nerves as well as it stimulates cellular function and promote healing in damaged tissues. It is employed for pain management, injury recovery, and reducing inflammation in musculoskeletal conditions.

Pilates is a system of exercise designed to improve flexibility, promote weight loss, strengthen the core, and overall body awareness. Clinical Pilates tailors these exercises to address specific musculoskeletal conditions and rehabilitation needs. It can help individuals with back pain, postural problems, and injuries regain strength and mobility. We are equipped with the best in class reformers by Balanced Body, USA.

The advanced Robotic Spinal Decompression Therapy offers targeted spinal decompression to alleviate pain and discomfort in acute and chronic spine conditions like Herniated Discs, Bulging Discs, Degenerative Disc Disease, etc. Its programming allows adjustments in a 3-dimensional plane and the system features motorized control and a computerized cockpit for precise and safe treatment.

This is a form deep thermotherapy, which has Resistive Energy Transfer (RET) and Capacitive Energy Transfer (CET). RET and CET ensure overall pain is reduced significantly, and the injury is healed faster. Some commonly treated conditions are: Muscle spasms, SynovitisTendinopathy, Osteoarthritis, etc.

Acoustic Wave therapy is a type of regenerative medicine (also known as an orthobiologic therapy).
Acoustic Wave is aimed at the affected areas that are the source of chronic pain. The influence of the shockwaves causes to the dissolution of calcium deposits and leads to better vascularization. The after-effect is relief from the pain, promotes healing, regenerating and reparative processes. It's a unique, non-invasive solution for pain associated with the musculoskeletal system, stimulate cells that generate new bone tissue and connective tissue, enhance collagen synthesis, release growth factors, and stimulate your body’s healing process to alleviate pain and help you stay active.

EMS training uses electrical impulses to stimulate muscle contractions and reduces strain on your joints and ligaments, it allows for targeted muscle stimulation. By adjusting the electrical impulses, one can focus on specific muscle groups, making it possible to strengthen weakened muscles without overloading the rest of your body. EMS training aids in improving circulation and reducing inflammation, better blood flow ensures muscles are well-supplied with the nutrients. With the qualified EMS trainer, one can progress at a pace that suits you and adjust the intensity of your workouts as your recovery progresses. This customized approach can help prevent re-injury and  carefully ensures your complete strength recovery.