We offer home physiotherapy services so that you can receive our services in the privacy and comfort of your own home.
We want to make sure that our expert versatile services are accessible to all who are unable to make it to our clinic.
Home physiotherapy treatment is quite suitable for post-surgical patients and patients having serious neurological impairments.
We also provide in-home services for patients who would like to continue their physiotherapy program, originally initiated from their home country, in Thailand.
Musculoskeletal injuries are damages that occurred to the muscular or skeletal system of the body and are usually caused by performing strenuous activities. People with such injuries may feel acute pain, burning, twitching, swelling, numbness or tingling in their entire body and muscles.
At Khao Noi Physiotherapy Clinic, we provide various treatment methodologies to help you recover from your musculoskeletal injuries. During your first 3 visits, as part of our standard treatment, we will address all the pains and discomforts felt in the injured area. Once all pain subsides, we will proceed with releasing muscle tensions via stretching and mobilization exercises followed by a full bespoke recovery programme.
Neurological conditions refer to a wide range of diseases and injuries effecting the peripheral nervous system.
Conditions can be classified into the following categories:
Neurological conditions and impairments can be the result of trauma to the body. Some examples of trauma include head injuries, spinal cord injuries, and peripheral nerve injuries.
At Khao Noi Physiotherapy Clinic, we are specialized with helping patients with these types of injuries recover and live more full and normal lives. A complete recovery may not be possible for all patients with neurological impairments however, through our treatment plans, our patients have experienced enormous improvement to the point they are able to perform majority of their normal daily activities. For serious neurological impairments, we also provide home service treatment options.
Secondary neurological conditions develop as a result of a patient's pathological process. An example of this would be the occurrence of a stroke due to the event of a disease limiting blood flow to the brain.
Based on the complexity of the neurological impairment, we will devise the necessary treatment plans with tasks that stimulate neural plasticity and progress towards patient goals.
Certain diseases can influence the degradation of the functions of the neurological system over time. With physiotherapy, a profound effect on the quality of life of patients living with these diseases.
For this category of neurological conditions, we provide treatment programmes to preserve patient's mobility, balance, activities of daily living and prescribe aids for tasks that gradually become too difficult.
Mechanical cervical traction is conducted by a physical therapist. A harness is attached to the head and neck as you're lying flat on your back. The harness is connected to a machine that applies traction force which pulls your head away from your neck and spine.
Different types and causes of neck pain, tension, and tightness can be treated using cervical traction devices. By relaxing the muscles, cervical traction helps to significantly relieve pain and stiffness while increasing neck and back flexibility. Furthermore, flatten bulging or herniated disks can also be treated using cervical traction as well as alleviating pain from joints, sprains, and spasms. Cervical traction can also be used to treat neck injuries, cervical spondylosis, and pinched nerves.
By pulling the head away from the neck, cervical traction devices stretches the spinal vertebrae and muscles to relieve pain and pressure. Creating extra spaces between the vertebrae relieves any compressions and allows the muscles and joints around the neck to stretch and relax.
Improvements in mobility, range of motion, and alignment via the cervical traction treatment will allow you to conduct daily activities with greater relief.