Physiotherapists make good use of various therapies to help people of all ages, the general public and patients with various diseases (such as brain, cardiopulmonary, surgery, internal medicine, pediatrics and geriatrics, etc.).

Children and young people

Target issues that affect their health, growth, and physical and mental development,
Provide cardiopulmonary rehabilitation, weight loss, and exercise to promote physical development.


Through mental, intellectual and physical examinations, exercise classes, analgesia, and balance exercises,
Fall risk assessment and prevention, special health lectures, etc., promote the overall health, self-care function and quality of life of the elderly.

Patients with waist, neck and spine problems

Through analgesic management, spinal care and relapse prevention, patients can relieve pain and return to daily activities.
Common treatments include: traction therapy, manual therapy, electrotherapy, training, acupuncture, stretching and muscle strengthening exercises, etc.

Patients with neurological diseases, such as stroke, Parkinson's disease, cerebral palsy, etc.

Through treatment, including physical activities and functional exercises, prevention of complications,
Home environment assessment and arrangement help patients overcome obstacles in activities and life, so as to restore the patient's independent activities and living ability as soon as possible.

Offering home therapy and in-home assessments

For patients with limited mobility who cannot receive treatment in outpatient clinics, physiotherapy can provide home therapy and in-home assessments to enable patients to carry out appropriate activities at home and integrate patients into the community as early as possible.

Physiotherapists will also provide professional consulting services, special lectures and workshops to the public.

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