“The art of medicine was to be properly learned only from its practice and its exercise.”
— Thomas Sydenham
For your successful recovery
The Physiotherapy Department at Dubai London Clinic and Speciality Hospital offers a variety of physiotherapy services for both inpatients and outpatients. The Department works closely with our Orthopaedic Specialists to ensure that each patient is treated on an individual basis with a focus on rehabilitation, education and a return to independence.
Physiotherapy can benefit you at any time in your life. Whether you are preparing for childbirth or a sporting event, recovering from surgery or have joint pain, our physiotherapists look at the ‘whole person’, including your lifestyle. They treat a wide range of musculoskeletal problems ranging from sports injuries to post-operative care. They are here to help you maintain the ability to move and fulfill an active lifestyle.
The inpatient service specialises in the assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation of patients who have undergone orthopaedic surgery. The aim is to ensure that those patients have the best chance of restoring full function.
- Sports Injuries rehabilitation and prevention
- Postural correction for back and neck pain
- Back pain and sciatic symptoms
- Shoulder pain and instability
- Exercises to retrain muscle imbalances
- Gait analysis
- Sport and kineseo-taping
- Post-operative orthopaedic and general surgery rehabilitation
- Women’s health (ante and pre natal pelvic girdle pain)
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CMF Sport Sys device
Breaking the records in rehabilitation & regeneration treatments
CMF Sport Sys device offers the latest development in regenerative medicine driven by physical extremely low-energy in rehabilitation and pain therapy.
The device uses complex magnetic fields, for rehabilitation and regeneration of bone, muscle, nerve, tendon and soft tissue. With its 15programs, it is specially designed to support patients both in their daily workout and after a traumatic injury, providing:
- Anti-inflammatory effect
- Anti-oedema effect
- Analgesic pain
- Regenerative effect that can reduce the healing time by 60% working on molecular, cellular and tissue repair
What are complex Magnetic Fields?
CMF technology is now used effectively in different branches of medicine including pain therapy, regenerative medicine, sports medicine, dentistry, orthopedics, dermatology, ophthalmology and aesthetic medicine, providing solutions for:
- Injured tissues
Optimal therapeutic efficiency, with no side effects
CMF is a groundbreaking solution that can be utilized for treating pain and tissues regeneration with the same medical device, which is especially convenient in pre and post-operative phases.
An innovative therapeutic instrument for fast and effective treatments
Electromagnetic field, more commonly used in physiotherapy, releases a certain amount of energy proportional to its frequency. The very low and precise signal emitted from CMF has the possibility to reach directly the pathological target with a consequent reduction of the response time and a remarkable improvement in the therapeutic outcome.
Magneto-electric field emission frequency used in the revolutionary CMF technology is extremely low, equivalent at the source to the intensity of the gravity of the earth, so does not transmit any energy, resulting in no damaging effect on the cells, transferring bioactive information without interfering with DNA molecular structure.
No side effects
Contraindications in usage of CMF are almost non-existent, subject to particular states such as pregnancy, pacemakers and the presence of oncological disease.In addition to being extremely effective from a therapeutic point of view, the signals of the CMF system are very safe, both for patient and operator.
Following 35 years of study and research in the field of Molecular Medicine and Biophysics of cells Communication conducted by a group of Italian doctors and researchers. CMF Sport Sys was present at the Olympics in Rio in 2016 as a support for Italians athletes.