What is Physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy or Physical therapy (often called ‘physios’ or ‘PT’ in Singapore) is a professional, highly credible and Natural Medical Treatment option. The primary focus of Physiotherapy is the restoration of function. Physiotherapists are trained to assess and diagnose the problem, then plan and administer treatment programs that aim to restore function or minimise dysfunction after disease, injury or pain conditions. Physiotherapy is for anyone, at any age.
Physiotherapists are considered as Primary Medical Care Practitioners offering Direct Access to physiotherapy services without the need for doctor’s referral. It’s important to note that some health insurance plans require a doctor’s referral in order to re-imburse for claims for physical therapy treatments.
heal360 Physiolinic ’s physiotherapists are registered with the Allied Health Professional Council (AHPC). AHPC is a professional board under the Ministry of Health (MOH).
Our Physiotherapy Differences
– Personalized 1:1 with qualified physiotherapists with extensive clinical experiences
– Guaranteed appointments within 24 hours for urgent cases.
– Wide range of modern equipment, treatment techniques and rehabilitation facilities
– Convenient centralized location and House calls available.
Our Physiotherapist Specialisation
Physiotherapy is used to treat a wide range of conditions:
- Musculoskeletal disorders that affect your muscles, joints, bones, ligament, tendon and nerves
- Sports Injuries
- Post Operation and hospitalisation
- Neurological Rehabilitation (stroke, parkinson disease)
- Womens health
- Workplace Ergonomics
- Geriatrics Physiotherapy
Physiotherapy Services are Insurance Claimable
Physiotherapy is usually claimable via insurance
heal360 PHYSIOCLINIC’s physiotherapists are registered with the Allied Health Professional Council (AHPC). AHPC is a professional board under the Ministry of Health (MOH).
heal360 PHYSIOCLINIC is recognised by most local and international health insurance companies for physiotherapy treatment such as BUPA, Cigna, AIA, Aviva, AIG, Great Eastern, NTUC, Aetna International, Prudential,MSIG
Insurance claim procedures vary across different providers. It would be advisable for you to check with your agent on the claim and procedures.
You may need a referral letter from your doctor/GP or specialist.
You will need to pay for all your treatment sessions first, and subsequently claim from your insurer.