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I had a muscle pull in the right glutes ( butt) and initial muscle relaxant and painkillers only helped a bit. After 2 weeks, I could feel hardness in the affected area and muscle cramping had not reduced. I then sought the help of Jeffry. He applied heat, ultra sound treatment and electrotherapy. They did such a good job, I only needed one treatment. The hardness started to melt away within couple of hours. This is my first time visiting a physiotherapist and next time I will visit Platinum Physiotherapy first instead of relying on meds. Jeffry did an excellent job.
I had a terrible sprain on my left ankle from futsal, doctor recommended physio but i was reluctant to go. As this is not my first sprain, normally sprain will heal within 2 weeks. Sadly after 2 weeks of healing, there were no significant progress as this was really a bad sprain. I decided to give it a go. Ms Tan was my physician, she open my eye into another world of sports rehab. As my normal practice are treatment from Chinese Physician. Physio is much more than that, other that healing there is so much knowledge on muscle strengthening, stretching, warming up & posture during exercise. I would definitely recommend Ms Tan.
I am really happy and thankful to "Your physio - Kepong" for giving me opportunity to complete my internship here and it has been a great and valuable experience to me. All the therapist here are extremely helpful and constantly guide me through doubts I encountered. Besides, from their years of experience in this field, they also willing to share the knowledges and help me in confirming diagnosis sometimes. I would say the therapists here are very passionate and dedication in the field towards patient, they always prioritize the patient's needs and work towards the ultimate goals together. At this centre, I also get the chance to perform some hands on skills to treat patient which helped me to learn and grow the skills. After this internship, it has instill much confidence in me than before in handling patient. I like the environment here so much, with all those abstract and meaning arts hanging along the walls and music played are rhythmically soft which can help patient to easily feel relaxing and comfortably from pain. Besides, the centre here is so clean and you can even smell the freshness in the air from the plants planted. Fret not to visit, during this epidemic period, the place is strictly following SOP and constantly sanitize before and after the treatment. The centre here also perfectly equipped with tools and machine for patients, they do provide special equipment like shock wave therapy and dry needling technique that not all physio centres offer. Once again, thank you to "Your physio Kepong" and the therapist team for this 4 weeks - Mr Ben, Miss Fei, Miss Jing Yi, Miss Xin Yi and Mr Yong 😁 From Edwin Cheong, MAHSA university (3/8 - 28/8/20).
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Spinal decompression therapy, or nonsurgical decompression, is a procedure used to relieve back pain by gently stretching the spine. It uses a traction table or similar motorized device that is controlled by a computer, known as Spinal Decompression Table, which makes repetitive movements to gently lengthen and releases the spine.
While spinal decompression therapy is mainly used to relieve back pain, it has also been used in an attempt to treat:
During spinal decompression therapy, your doctor will strap you to the spinal decompression table using a harness around your pelvis and trunk. You may lie face up or face down on the table. To keep you comfortable and your spine in the correct position for decompression, pillows will be used. Once you are in the correct position, the doctor will operate the table using a computer and customize treatment to your specific needs. While the upper part of the table remains in a fixed position, the lower part moves back and forth, providing traction and relaxation.
Some patients with extensively injured disc may experience mild discomfort, but the procedure is typically painless and relaxing. Should you feel any discomfort; the doctor can stop the therapy at any point. The therapy usually lasts around 30 to 45 minutes.
You can leave the hospital or the clinic straight after each therapy session. Since you may need 20 to 28 therapy sessions over five to seven weeks, it is advisable that you stay in Malaysia until all of your sessions are completed. Your medical care team or medical travel team should be able to advise you regarding this matter.
The recovery time depends on your specific condition. For the therapy itself, little to no downtime is required. You should take it easy for the remainder of the day, but you may be able to resume your normal activity the next day. You should also make sure to avoid any strenuous activity for several days.
After each session, you will need to drink more water to ensure that your body is properly hydrated, as well as eat a well-balanced diet to ensure your body is full of healthful nutrients. Your doctor will likely give you a few exercises to practice between your therapy sessions as well. The exercises will encourage continued progress and prevent any regression during your normal routine. To help relax your muscles and prevent inflammation, your doctor may also recommend cold packs or a heating pad.
More research is required to establish the effectiveness and safety of spinal decompression therapy. Research into the therapy is ongoing, with a number of studies showing that the results are favorable.
The alternatives to spinal decompression therapy include physical therapy, chiropractic treatment, acupuncture, exercise, limited rest, bracing, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), and steroid injections. Alternatively, you can also undergo surgical spinal decompression, such as laminectomy. Make sure to consult with your doctor the best alternative for your specific case.
Before spinal decompression therapy, you may have back pain, neck pain, sciatica, herniated discs, worn spinal joints, or injured spinal nerve roots. After the procedure, you should start experiencing relief of pain during the first week. You will then experience significant relief after 2 to 6 weeks following the procedure.
Whilst the information presented here has been accurately sourced and verified by a medical professional for its accuracy, it is still advised to consult with your doctor before pursuing a medical treatment at one of the listed medical providers. This content was last updated on 28/11/2020.