About Us

Reflex Physiotherapy CentrePhysiotherapy Center

Our Approach

We at reflex physiotherapy centre, follow a unique style of treating our patients. With the experience of more than a decade we have treated many patients.

At Relflex Physiotherapy Centre, our goal is to restore, maintain, and maximize your functionality by educating our patients on their injuries. Your physiotherapy assessment includes

  • Evaluation of health history
  • Education on your injury and the treatment process
  • Evaluating pain
  • Movement pattern
  • Range of movement & functional movement

 Our Focus

We started with a small clinic in Indiranagar, kammannahalli and have now developed as a team which can service across Bangalore. We have highly experienced physiotherapist to deal with more crucial injuries for any age.

Our clinical skills used in the assessment process focuses on principles of evidence based practice.Our physiotherapists will work closely with you to develop individualized goals and treatment plan.

Patient suffered from  injuries like

  • Ankle Sprain

Ankle sprains are a common but painful injury that can happen in sports like running, soccer, basketball or volleyball, or simply by stepping unexpectedly onto an uneven surface. We conduct a thorough assessment of your injured ankle and plan a rehabilitation program tailored to your level of activity that will help reduce swelling and pain, and promote healing and recovery.

  • Arthritis

Arthritis is usually caused by the deterioration of a joint. Weight-bearing joints are affected, with the knee and hip being the most common joints involved. We develop an individualized program for flexibility, strength,coordination,
balance and aerobic exercise.

  • Fracture

Weakened bones are more prone to break or fracture. Fractures that occur because of a fall from a standing height or less, such as a trip, slip or stumble, at walking speed or slower are also called fragility fractures. These types of fractures usually cause immediate and severe pain, which often results in a trip to the emergency room. In most cases, a cast, splint or sling is used to prevent the bone from moving while the break heals, but sometimes, surgery is required. We recommend exercises once it is time to begin restoring movement and strength.

  • Back Pain

Low back pain is a complex condition with multiple contributors to pain, including physical, social and psychological factors. Our backs play a supportive role for our bodies – at rest and in motion. Extra bodyweight puts greater demand on our spines and other joints. We provide education on your spine and posture, as well as create a personalized treatment plan including back exercises and ergonomic solutions for your workstation.

  • Broken Wrist

The wrist is made up of eight small bones which connect with the two long forearm bones called the radius and ulna. Although a broken wrist can happen in any of these 10 bones, by far the most common bone to break is the radius – called a distal radius fracture. Depending on the type of fracture, wrist injuries can be treated with splints or casts. In more serious or complex breaks, surgery may be required to correctly position and stabilize damaged bones.

  • Muscle Injury

A strain is an injury to either a muscle (which provides the power to move a joint) or a tendon (the tough, elastic tissue that attaches muscle to bone). The injury itself may be mild, moderate or severe, ranging from a mere overstretched muscle or tendon to a partial or complete tear of their fibres. A sprain is a stretching or tearing of a ligament (the tough, flexible bands of connective tissue that lash together two or more bones inside joints). Whether the injury is a strain or a sprain, our approach is likely to be similar. In the first 24 to 48 hours, the goal is to reduce pain and swelling, typically by following a straightforward procedure Rest, Ice, Compression and Elevation.

  • Diabetic Foot Complications

Diabetics are at increased risk of developing foot wounds and is the most common cause of foot ulcers, infection, and amputation. Approximately 25% of diabetics will develop a foot wound in their lifetime. Diminished foot sensation, altered foot mechanics, decreased sweating (leading to dry skin which is prone to cracking), structural changes in the foot, and peripheral arterial disease (PAD) are the common factors.

  • Dislocated Shoulder

A dislocated shoulder occurs when the humerus separates from the scapula at the glenohumeral joint. Shoulder dislocations are extremely serious and must be dealt with properly, to minimize any potential permanent damage from occurring. We will not treat this condition until a Cat scan (CT) or a Magnetic resonance image (MRI) has been conducted which tells us how severe the region has been damaged.

  • Elbow Pain

Lateral epicondylitis, commonly known as tennis elbow, is not limited to tennis players. The backhand swing can strain the muscles and tendons of the elbow in a way that leads to tennis elbow. The key to nonsurgical treatment is to keep the collagen in your tendon from breaking down further. Our goal is to help the tendon heal. Our physiotherapist may advise that you wear an elbow strap that wraps around your upper forearm in a way that relieves the pressure on the tendon attachment.

  • Ergonomics

Most office workers spend long periods of time at a desk, seated in the same position for many hours every day. The health risks associated with prolonged sitting are made worse by poorly designed work stations that promote poor postures and lead to musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) and repetitive strain injuries (RSIs). The injury will heal completely if given immediate attention.

  • Hamstring Injury

Our hamstring muscles are at the back of the thigh. They’re commonly injured among athletes and weekend warriors alike. There are three main muscles in the hamstring: the semimembranosus, semitendinosus and biceps femoris. The primary goals of a rehabilitation protocol for hamstring injuries is to return the athlete to sport at the prior level of performance, and to minimize risk of reinjury.

  • Knee Pain

Almost all of us will have knee pain at some point in our lives and for some of us, it can be debilitating. Strengthening quadriceps muscles in the upper thighs helps to take some of the stress off knees. Good low impact exercise such as swimming or simply getting up and down several times from a chair can be helpful.

  • Ligament Sprains

A sprained ankle results when the ankle ligaments stretch or even tear and is one of the most common types of ankle injury, particularly in sports. Cross friction massage applied to the injured ligaments during the acute phase, after about five days from when the ankle is sprained, will help to prevent scar tissue from forming.

  • Workplace Assessments

A workplace assessment is often the first step in helping a team get “unstuck”.  It gives you the information required to understand the various influences that impact a work team, ultimately allowing you to address the root causes.

Next Steps…

We request you to book appointment to see the doctor.