K.H.Poon Physiotherapy services from professional therapists
Our clinic offers a wide range of services and therapeutic treatment for most musculoskeletal injuries.
It can be any type of surgery the patient had, for example, open reduction internal fixation (ORIF) of the elbow, spinal surgeries (discectomy/laminectomy/fusion), hip, knee, shoulder replacement etc. At the initial stage of the rehabilitation, the focus of the treatment will be on the reduction of inflammation and pain. These will be followed by regaining […]Read More
Sports Injuries Rehabilitation for the upper and lower limbs injuries. Precise assessment of pains will be conducted prior to rehabilitation. We also conduct rehabilitation programs after sports surgeries (ACL/PCL recon, bankart, ankle reconstruction). Send us a message:Read More
Physical activities and exercises are KEYS to COMBAT FRAILTY! We have the know how. Many elderly people are afflicted by degenerative diseases like Parkinson’s Disease, Stroke, musculoskeletal disorders like knee or back pain. As a result, they become inactive physically and become frail. However… Frailty can be reversed. We aim to get the elderly to […]Read More
Children with musculoskeletal problems, for example congenital talipes equino varus (CTEV) with foot pointing downwards or walking with a tip toe posture would need pediatric rehabilitation. In addition, children with scoliosis (C- or S-curve spine), torticollis etc would also require such treatment. Treatment includes stretching tight muscles and strengthening the weaker muscles. In addition, we […]Read More
The treatment for Bell’s Palsy patients focuses on restoring facial function by integrating electrotherapy and facial exercises. Electrotherapy such as electrical muscles stimulation would be able to preserve the muscles properties and improve the quality of movement on the affected area.Tailored exercise programmes such as using mirror feedback is essential in regaining the function of […]Read More
We are able to help stroke patients with left or right hemiplegia (paralysis and weakness). We will try to make use of the “golden period” for rehab, that is 3-6 months after the onset of stroke in which early spontaneous improvement of stroke can be seen most rapidly. However, patients who had stroke many years […]Read More
We employ a range of exercise and movement strategies to maintain and improve levels of functional independence, thereby improving patients’ quality of life. The exercises assist in maximizing muscle strength and joint flexibility. Where possible, we also help to improve and correct abnormal movement patterns and posture to maintain balance and minimize risks of falls. […]Read More
Weight management programmes are designed to empower participants with moderate exercises to make positive lifestyle changes to achieve the best outcomes in terms of weight loss and sustainability. K. H Poon Physiotherapy has a 10-week (approximately two and a half months) Weight Management Programme that provides tailored advice and customized exercises so you can make […]Read More
Active Therapeutic Movements is a new concept developed in the United States. It is an integrated passive/active intervention in weight-bearing. Passively re-positioning and holding a certain body region using the Advanced ATM 2 facilities in our clinic, we are able to change the impaired movement to become pain-free.
Neuromuscular training in the form of 10-15 repetitions of ATMs could effectively reduce most musculoskeletal pains.
K.H. Poon is proud to be the first clinic in the whole of South East Asia to adopt this treatment concept.Read More
HOT MAGNER THERAPY combines Magnetotherapy, Heat Therapy and Microvibration, all at the same time. This gives the user a pleasant therapeutic effect over the affected areas. The HOT MAGNER therapeutic unit is able to generate a constant, rhythmic alternating Pulsed Magnetic Field (PMF) that effectively alters the electric potential of our body’s nerves and cells, providing essential pain-relief effects and accelerates the healing process of injured tissues.