Physio Therapy

Physiotherapy, or physical therapy, involves a range of treatments and exercises to address various physical ailments, injuries, and conditions. 

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapists work with individuals who may have various conditions, such as physical disabilities, mental health issues, developmental disorders, or injuries

Behavior Therapy

Behavior therapy, also known as behavior modification or behaviorism, is a psychological treatment approach that focuses on understanding and changing an individual’s problematic behaviors and thought patterns

Activities of Daily Living (ADL)

Activities of Daily Living (ADL) are essential everyday tasks and activities that individuals typically perform to take care of themselves and maintain their well-being. These activities are fundamental for independent living and are often used as a measure of an individual’s functional status, particularly in the context of healthcare and rehabilitation

Sensory Integration Therapy

Sensory Integration Therapy, also known as Sensory Integration or Sensory Processing Therapy, is a therapeutic approach designed to help individuals who struggle with sensory processing issues. Sensory processing refers to how the nervous system perceives and responds to sensory stimuli from the environment

Neuro Development Therapy

Neurodevelopmental Therapy, also known as Neurodevelopmental Treatment (NDT), is a specialized therapeutic approach used to assess and treat individuals, often children, with neurological and movement disorders

Special Education

Special education is a form of education that provides tailored instructional support and services to students with disabilities or exceptional learning needs

Speech Therapy

Speech therapy, also known as speech-language therapy, is a healthcare profession focused on diagnosing and treating communication disorders, including speech and language impairments

Psychology and Counselling

Psychology and counseling are related fields that focus on understanding and improving mental and emotional well-being. While they share common goals, they differ in their approaches and the roles of practitioners: