Heritage Physiotherapy Clinic

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Heritage Physiotherapy Clinic is well positioned and accredited by the Medical Rehabilitation Therapists Board of Nigeria (MRTB) and registered with Health Facility Monitoring and Accreditation Agency (HEFAMAA) to provide QUALITY and EXPERT MANAGEMENT of conditions that require medical rehabilitation and physical therapy.

We are poised to provide our physiotherapy services to individuals, families, communities hospitals, corporate organizations, and enrollees of HMOs. We serve you optimally with our expertise, state-of-the-art equipment top-notch customer service, excellent recovery rate and superb ambiance.

We currently offer quality services to private individuals and organizations, as well as reputable Health maintenance organizations (HMOs).

We have a formidable team of licensed, experienced and well-motivated physiotherapists at Heritage Physiotherapy Clinic who are on their toes to ensure outstanding service delivery.

We give expert care in the management of the services below.

Home Care
We bring physiotherapy services to your doorstep. We are readily available to go to clients who cannot come to us.
Hospital Visits
We partner with hospitals to administer physiotherapy treatment to their patients within their facilities.
Therapeutic Massage
Physiotherapists use this type of massage helps to relieve pain, reduce stress and work on specific problems such as frozen shoulder.
Manual Therapy
Physiotherapists help patients restore mobility to their stiff joints and reduce muscle tension in order to return them to more natural movement without pain.
Speech Therapy
It is the evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of communication disorders of speech and language, voice, swallowing and cognitive-communication disorders.
We currently offer quality services to private individuals and organizations, as well as reputable Health maintenance organizations (HMOs).
Logistics Support/Ambulance Services
We offer affordable logistics support and ambulance services to our patients for easy access to our facility.
Physio Supplies and Equipment
We have a wide range of physio supplies and equipment. We deliver right to your doorstep.
Nutrition and Diet
Nutrition directly affects recovery and function while a client is under the care of a physiotherapist and as such should be taken very seriously. Food consumption factors and patterns can influence the outcome of physical therapy. Therefore, our clients are educated on these factors as well as their dietary pattern relative to their conditions to ensure adequate recovery and return to daily routine.
Kinesio Taping
Kinesio tape is a stretchy tape made from a blend of nylon and cotton and is designed to be as elastic as the skin so that when attached to the skin, would allow for full range of motion. Kinesio taping is used in the prevention and treatment of sporting injuries and other conditions. It helps to improve blood and fluid circulation, support weak muscles and joints, re-educating muscles, enhancing performance of user, managing scars and so on.
Low Back Pain
For many people, back pain can be caused by poor posture and bad habits. The accumulated wear and tear our bodies experience on a day-to-day basis put us at risk of experiencing back pain, regardless of occupation. This increases with age as the spine begin to lose its flexibility. Routine activities like gardening, housework, picking up a child, reaching for an object or even coughing, can trigger an episode of acute back pain: pain that can last for hours, days or even years.
Infant Birth Deformities/Acquired Infantile Disorders
They happen during fetus development, usually within the first three months of pregnancy due to a range of reasons such as smoking, drug and alcohol use by the mother, infection during pregnancy and genetics. Examples are clubfoot, down syndrome and spina bifida. Physiotherapists create individualized goals for each patient since infant’s needs will vary according to disability and disorder.
Occupational Therapy
Common occupational therapy interventions include helping children with disabilities to participate fully in school and social situations, helping people recovering from injury to regain skills, and providing supports for older adults experiencing physical and cognitive changes.
Neurological Disorders
Physiotherapists can help people with neurological disorders and conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease, brain injury, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, spinal cord injury, and stroke. Treatment may aim to increase limb responsiveness, treat paralysis, and reverse increase muscles strength by reducing muscle atrophy.
Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Disorders
Physiotherapy can benefit people affected by some cardiopulmonary conditions and surgical procedures. Treatment can increase physical endurance and stamina.
Sport Injuries
Sports Injury Rehabilitation helps in the prevention, evaluation, and treatment of injuries. Typically, the initial stage of treatment involves reducing pain and promoting healing. Once pain and swelling are reduced, progressive reconditioning treatment will begin. Exercises will be prescribed to target specific goals such as mobility, flexibility training, coordination of balance and joint positioning. As progress is made, the athlete and trainer can work together towards re-establishing strength.
Spinal Cord Injuries
Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) occurs when the spinal cord gets damaged following an accident, a fall, sporting injuries, or following diseases, such as Polio or Spinal Bifida. Physiotherapy treatment is focused on: • Stretching activities to maintain muscle and tendon length and reduce or keep muscle spasms/spasticity to a minimum. • Flexibility and strengthening exercises for the whole body. • Breathing exercises to maximize lung function and prevent chest infection. • Balance and posture exercises • Functional activities to improve fundamental movement patterns • Walking re-education
Stroke Rehabilitation
Physiotherapy is an integral component of your road to recovery from a Stroke. Stroke known as a cerebrovascular accident is a result of lack of oxygen to the brain due to a clot causing decreased blood flow, or ruptured vessel in the brain. Physiotherapy applied early in the patient journey will improve, function, health, and independence. Treatment for Stroke • Improve motor control • Learning theory approach • Functional electrical stimulation • Biofeedback • Limb physiotherapy Sensory re-education, Balance retraining, Fall prevention, Gait re-education, Functional mobility training.
Arthritis & Joint Pain
This causes inflammation within the joint and the growth of bony spurs on the edges of the vertebrae. The pain may be limited to the back or it can radiate to the lower abdomen, groin, leg or foot. The distance the pain travels can be an indicator of the seriousness of the injury. Symptoms such as pins and needles, numbness or a burning feeling in the leg or foot region that accompany the pain pathway are also an indication of severity and should not be left untreated. Physiotherapists are skilled in the management of back injuries. A physiotherapist will provide a comprehensive assessment of your back to determine the source of the problem, and to develop an individualized program to treat your symptoms.
Physiotherapists have a role to play in the prevention and management of obesity. Obesity leads to restrictions in movement, affecting engagement in physical activity. A treatment plan for an obese patient may comprise of: • Provision of personalized lifestyle advice, taking into account individual attitudes, beliefs, circumstances, cultural and social preferences, and readiness to change • Prescription, supervision, and progression of appropriate physical activity to increase muscle strength, flexibility, and endurance, and sustain energy output to enhance and maintain weight loss under safe and controlled conditions • Management of associated conditions such as arthritis, back pain, and other musculoskeletal and chronic conditions, such as heart disease


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