Common arthritis-related diagnoses include osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoporosis, amongst others and are often associated with pain, swelling and limited mobility. Our mutli-disciplinary team which includes rheumatologist and rehabilitation specialists will develop an individualised plan of care together with your personal goals.

What is Arthritis Rehabilitation

Arthritis rehabilitation is a multifaceted approach aimed at helping individuals with arthritis manage their condition and improve their quality of life. It involves a combination of physical therapy, exercise, and lifestyle modifications to reduce pain, improve mobility, and enhance overall function.

Goals that you will achieve :


Relief from Pain:
The primary goal is to alleviate pain, which is often a significant component of arthritis


Improvement of Mobility:
Rehabilitation focuses on improving mobility by reducing joint stiffness and improving strength, which can help individuals with arthritis move more easily and perform daily activities


Restoration of Function:
By strengthening the muscles around the joints and improving flexibility, arthritis rehabilitation can help restore function and reduce the impact of arthritis on daily activities


Education and Self-Management:
Rehabilitation also involves educating patients about their condition, teaching them about joint protection strategies, and how to use assistive devices. This empowers patients to manage their arthritis more effectively and to take an active role in their own care