General Physiotherapy

If you have a musculoskeletal pain or dysfunction, a physiotherapist is who you need to see, and you have come to the right place with Platinum Physiotherapy, Mont Kiara. A physiotherapist will conduct a thorough assessment, provide an accurate diagnosis, and appropriately treat and advise individuals who may be experiencing pain, or injury.The aim of physiotherapy is to aid in one’s recovery and maximise their potential for healing, helping them to return to sport or optimal daily function as soon as is possible.

People will typically come to see a physiotherapist if they are experiencing pain, movement limitation or dysfunction, weakness, changes to sensation (in the form of pins and needles or numbness), and/or impaired function in the activities of daily living.
 Physiotherapists will use a variety of treatment techniques, and these do depend on the particular patient presentation.

Some of which include joint mobilisations & manipulations, massage, taping and dry needling. Exercise therapy, or prescription, is also an integral component in physiotherapy and this includes strength retraining, balance training programs, postural re-education, stretching, neural stretching, and core stability/pilates exercises. A physiotherapist will treat all areas of the musculoskeletal system effectively. Whether the core of the problem is driven by a nerve, vessel, bone, joint, muscle, tendon or ligament, a physiotherapist is well trained to assess and treat your problem area. A skilled physiotherapist will perform a thorough examination and apply the appropriate treatment techniques to get you the results you want. If your problem is with a component of the musculoskeletal system, then a physiotherapist is who you need to see. The musculoskeletal system is our domain, that is where our expertise lie.

Sports Physiotherapy

Platinum Physiotherapy understands that many people within Mont Kiara and Klang Valley are active people. We also understand that sportsmen and women have different and quite specialised physiotherapy needs.

Our teams experience working with the elite level sports person enables us to quickly and accurately diagnose your problem, we are familiar with the pressures surrounding deadlines and timeframes for important return to sport dates. Once a diagnosis has been reached and you have been educated on the condition, we are able to commence effective treatment sooner.
Whether you are an Olympic athlete, a team player, a weekend warrior, or a recreational enthusiast across any sport, you can be confident that you are in expert hands with Platinum Physio. Whatever the injury, whatever the sport, we have seen it, and we have returned that injury to the playing arena in the shortest possible time frame.

Our goal is your goal: ‘to get you to the stage where you are able to compete at your maximum potential, in your chosen sport, in the shortest possible time frame’.

At Platinum Physio we strive to provide the highest level of sports medicine services to assist athletes in their diagnosis and rehabilitation. If you have a sports related injury, or are concerned with your ability to return to sport successfully, please call today for your initial consultation.

Patients suffering with ankle sprains and pain, knee ligament injuries, hip joint pain, shoulder pain and instability, & elbow and wrist pain will benefit most from seeing a sports physio at Platinum Physiotherapy.

Neurological Rehabilitation

Neuro Physiotherapy is specialised therapy for individuals who have experienced injury to the nervous system which can occur either in the brain, spinal cord or the peripheral nerves to the face, body, arms or legs. This may be due to disease, surgery or accident.

Due to the complexity of the nervous system individuals can present with a significant variation of motor, sensory and cognitive deficits such as; paralysis, poor coordination/balance, spasms/tremors, impaired sense of temperature, pressure or vibration, difficulties with speech, swallow or vision. Some individuals may experience problems with concentration, planning or short term memory. With Neurological disorders caused by illness, accidents or congenital injuries, the neurological pathways connecting the brain and body become disrupted, resulting in the body not functioning ‘normally’.

Motor nerve, sensation and brain patterns can all be affected and the disruption may be temporary or permanent. Medical diagnosis, advice and outlook are often very uncertain. What is certain, is that your body feels and behaves differently and you will be uncomfortable with this.

You may be worried, afraid and angry. Your daily life may be affected adversely. You would like to try and get better, to learn how to manage the changes and to do something positive to improve your situation.

You would like to Improve your physical and functional ability, Learn how to manage the changes in your body or Do something positive to improve your situation.

Post Operative Rehabilitation

The success of your surgery depends largely on what you do in the post operative stage. Often, if the post operative stage after orthopaedic surgery is not managed carefully with the help of a physiotherapist, you may continue to experience ongoing problems with stiffness, pain, swelling and general lack of confidence with the limb.

As the area may be swollen and somewhat uncomfortable in the early stages, physiotherapy will help you to regain movement, decrease swelling and strengthen the muscles around the joint.

Your physiotherapist will let you know how and when you can return to normal activities including sport. You will be given an exercise program that is specifically designed to guide you back to your pre operative activity.
Your return to normal activity/ sport will depend on the nature of the surgery and the amount of damage that was present.

Exercise Prescription and Programming

Exercise therapy, or prescription, is also an integral component in physiotherapy and this includes strength retraining, balance training programs, postural re-education, stretching, neural stretching, and core stability/pilates exercises. Our experienced physiotherapists at will prescribe exercises within each of the above categories at exactly the right point in your rehabilitation.

It is also important that your exercise program is progressed at precisely the right time. At Platinum Physiotherapy, we are very exercise aware. You can be assured that when your treatment is complete and you have been discharged from our care, that you will have a comprehensive list of exercises.