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Expert physiotherapists in Sharjah at Burjeel Hospital


Physiotherapy at Burjeel Specialty Hospital has a wide range of expertise in the field of orthopedics for adult's/pediatrics cases, Sports therapy, Neurological Physiotherapy, rheumatology, occupational medicine, fitness assessment and enhancement. Our highly professional team of physiotherapists in Sharjah are dedicated to provide collaborative approach of care and recuperation of patients in Sharjah and Ajman. At BSH, we ensure open communication channels between our physiotherapists and in-house as well as community highly skilled physicians and surgeons.


When to seek Medical Help?


Improve your posture


Sustained poor posture can lead to pain, muscle imbalances, poor alignment and headaches Your body is smart and will always take the path of least resistance. Slouching and forward head postures can lead to pain and dysfunction in your neck, mid and low back and pelvis. If poor posture is sustained over a long period of time, your body will adapt to this poor posture and have it become your norm. Physiotherapists can help identify which areas need postural correction, which muscles need stretching and strengthening and provide strategies to alleviate the load of these static positions.


Improve your flexibility


If you work in an office or have a sedentary job, you may not necessarily feel that flexibility is important for your job requirements. Most equate the need to be flexible with an active activity. However, sitting in the same position day after day can lead to tight, shortened muscles which can cause pain in your neck and low back. Typing and mousing can cause overuse in your forearms and forward head postures can cause neck pain. A Physiotherapist can evaluate the the musculoskeletal system to see if you have any shortened muscles, and provide specific stretches and exercises you can do at home.


Alleviate pain


There are many ways to categorize pain. You have most likely heard of acute pain and chronic pain. Acute pain typically has a sudden onset, can occur following a specific injury or trauma and has a relatively short duration. Chronic pain lasts longer than 6 months and may require the assistance of a healthcare professional. Physiotherapists are able to assess and identify the source of your pain.


Address muscle imbalances


Often we are unaware of existing muscle imbalances until the imbalances get to a point where they elicit pain and discomfort. Imbalances develop from sustained poor posture or chronic overuse of the same muscles. Repetitive movements such as mousing/keyboarding can lead to elbow pain (aka “tennis elbow”). Marathon runners perform the same repetitive movements over and over again, which can lead to an irritation in their iliotibial bands. Physiotherapists are able to assess the muscles for any imbalances and provide a plan to improve or optimize function.


Prevention of injuries


There are many things you can do to prevent future injury and flare ups of existing conditions. Whether you’re training for a sport, competition or starting a new activity, a Physiotherapist will be able to assess your current mobility, strength and stability. Based on your specific goals, a customized treatment plan will be provided to get you safely to your goals.


Improve stabilizer muscle strength


There are larger muscles called prime movers that flex and extend the joints to move your body. These muscles are the ones we tend to strength train at the gym, and we can see them get bigger with weight training. Another group of muscles that are equally important during movement are stabilizer muscles. These stabilizer muscles work to hold you steady during a movement and provide support to joints during the movement generated by the prime movers. Stabilizer muscles are often not visible as they lie close to the joints and under the prime movers. Strength in both these muscles groups are needed to produce efficient, normal movement. Physiotherapists can assess the strength of these stabilizer muscles and provide specific exercises to improve their strength and control.


Improve post-surgical recovery outcomes


Healing after a surgery can take time. There may be a period of restricted activity which can lead to muscle atrophy, weakness and general deconditioning. Poor pain management can also limit post-surgical recovery. A Physiotherapist can help you progress along your rehabilitation in a safe and effective manner.


Improve balance & coordination to prevent falls


Balance impairment is commonly associated with an older population. However, anyone who has sustained injury to a lower extremity can also present with a balance impairment. For example, an individual who sustains an ankle sprain starts the rehab process but doesn’t fully follow through with all the strengthening exercises. If they have not completed the proprioception and balance retraining, a balance impairment can lead to future injury. Impaired balance in the elderly population will increase their risk of falling. A Physiotherapist can prescribe specific balance and strengthening exercises to minimize the risk of future falls.


Improve frequency of headaches


At some point in your life, you will most likely experience a headache. There are primary headaches and secondary headaches. A primary headache is caused by over activity of the pain sensitive structures in your head and neck. They are usually not life threatening. Migraines, tension and cluster headaches are all examples of a primary headache. Secondary headaches are caused by an underlying condition like a sinus infection or tumor, which irritates the pain sensitive structures in your head and neck – triggering a headache. These can be be harmful or more dangerous. Physiotherapists can assess your head and neck to try to find the source of your headache. If the source of your headache is from pain sensitive structures, various treatment options can help alleviate your pain.


Improve urinary incontinence


Men and women can experience urinary incontinence for a variety of reasons. It has been widely accepted that a little bit of incontinence is normal and nothing can be done about it. The good news is that this is a myth! Pelvic Health Physiotherapists are specifically trained to help determine the cause of your incontinence and develop a treatment plan to help you get back to running, jumping, coughing and sneezing without leakage. You don’t have to just live with it.


services offered

Treatment and services offered at our physiotherapy clinic in Sharjah

Considered amongst the top physiotherapy centers in Sharjah, Burjeel Specialty Hospital offers the following treatments and services:

  • Treatment of broad injuries of involving joints, muscles and bones
  • Rehabilitation services following total knee replacement , total hip replacement and arthroscopic surgeries (shoulder,knee,ankle and spine)
  • Back and Neck pain management.
  • Sports Medicine
  • Restoration of mobility, strength, and function
  • Patient education program
Occupational Medicine (ergonomic evaluation):
  • Work rating for functional capacity and production
  • General assessments (post-injury and surgery)
  • Work-place screenings
  • Return to work analysis and recommendations
  • Injury prevention through client/patient education
  • Cardio- Respiratory Physiotherapy
  • Geriatric Care
Sports Physiotherapy:
  • Sport related injuries treatment.
  • Injury prevention and education
  • Special programs for fitness and enhancement measures
  • Focused training for related sport or activity
  • Stroke Management
  • Traumatic Brain injury Rehabilitation
  • Parkinsons disease management
  • Spinal cord injury Management
  • All types of headaches-migraine, stress headaches
  • All other neurological conditions
  • Developmental Delays
  • Muscular Dystrophy
  • Gait Difficulties
  • Coordination ,balance and Strength training
  • Pediatric neurological and musculoskeletal problems.

Our Facilities and Devices used:

The devices used at our center provide the safest and the most advanced means of functional restoration. They include:

  • Electrotherapy
  • Heat/Cold therapy
  • Manual therapy
  • Manipulative therapy
  • Mulligan techniques
  • McKenzie treatment for neck and back along with posture re-correction
  • Sports taping
  • Proprioception learning and re-education post-operatively
  • Specific Exercise program prescription tailored to improve functionality and recovery to all conditions (either operative or non-operative)
  • State of the art gymnasium with wide range of equipment such as treadmill, stepper, stationary bike, weights and others

Burjeel Specialty Hospital reputation is built on the quality of medical care provided. Hence, stringent standards are in place to recruit world-class medical professionals. Dedicated to offering the best physiotherapy in Sharjah, our panel of highly qualified experts has trained extensively in leading hospitals around the world and possess internationally recognized degrees from Europe and other continents. Combined with state-of-the-art technology, the team delivers exemplary care and treatment following the highest international standards and protocols.

Dr. Hanna Ghulam Murtaza

Dr. Hanna Ghulam Murtaza

 Mr.  Saad Siddeeque

Mr. Saad Siddeeque

Ms. Safa Ihsan Ali Al-Barrak

Ms. Safa Ihsan Ali Al-Barrak


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