Physiotherapy Home Visit Singapore
You know, even though we have multiple locations for our physiotherapy clinic branches over singapore, it still takes time to travel plus waiting time incurred to get physiotherapy, hand therapy and sports massage sessions.
We do provide physiotherapy house calls and home therapy for patients in Singapore who, for a variety of reasons, are not able to come to our clinics. Common conditions of patients who can't come include post-surgery, where they still feel lethargic and weak to travel, clients who have been immobile for some time, patients who had just had a stroke, or those with severe back pain.
If you prefer home visits, we'll send our physiotherapist to you, at your preferred time and location of convenience.
Rates are between SGD 200 - SGD 250 per session, and it's net amount with no additional charges, no matter where you are in Singapore. We are available Mondays to Fridays full days, and Saturday half days.
We will issue official receipts for you to claim from insurance or offset tax if it's for your loved ones (for this, please check with your insurance agents and your tax accountants - different countries have different tax laws). In Singapore, one may claim tax deductions if they pay for their dependents i.e. parents or children who require physiotherapy, hand therapy and sports massage sessions.
Of course, once the injury or diagnosis has stabilized, we would recommend for you to bring them to our clinics to enjoy the benefits of our fully equipped clinics. The duration of each physiotherapy session is about 45 minutes to an hour, and frequency and total length of physiotherapy depends on multiple factors - compliance of patients to therapy, motivation of patients to continue self-physiotherapy between physiotherapy home visit sessions, the body's response to therapy.
Some patients may be discharged after a couple of sessions, but these are usually for orthopedic and musculoskeletal cases, where once fractures unite, muscles and tendons heal, recovery is rapid, usually between 6 weeks to 12 weeks. However, if the case if more complex, such as an ageing individual who requires geriatric rehabilitation, or the person who had suffered a stroke etc - such condition may require months, if not years of physiotherapy, hand therapy and deep tissue release.
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