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Conditions We Treat At Phoenix Rehab Group

Here at Phoenix Rehab, we specialize in the recovery, rehabilitation and management of orthopedic, musculoskeletal, sports and women's health pains and injuries.

To accommodate the vast quantity of information, we have categorized the injury information on this website via the body region and specific injuries, the list are:

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A-z injuries conditions we treat




  • Calf Strain, where the muscle at the back of our lower leg can be pulled and torn, partially or even 100% rupture
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  • Cervical Radiculopathy, a painful neck condition
  • Cervicogenic Tension Headaches are headaches due to trigger points located in the neck (cervical spine) and are treatable.
  • Childhood Leukemia where children suffer from fatigue, tiredness and even cellular death due to cancer cells
  • Chronic Back Pain Back pain is considered chronic if it has been present for more than 3 months. Chronic back pain can be experienced from the neck to lower spine and it can be localised or travel to the lower limbs.
  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is a condition that affects approximately 1% of the population and without treatment, CFS often leads to disability
  • Chronic Pain Syndromes is a condition that occurs when the brain concludes there is a threat to a person's well-being based on the many signals it receives from the body
  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) causes breathing difficulty and leads to other systemic problems and will benefit from physiotherapy.
  • Clavicle Fracture is a common shoulder injury, making up 4% of all fracture types and 35% of all shoulder injuries, and will require physiotherapy intervention
  • Collar Bone Pain when there is injury or diseases that causes damage to the collar bone.
  • Compartment Syndrome is a serious medical condition that occurs when there is increased pressure in the muscular compartment of the limbs.
  • Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), formally known as RSD (regional sympathetic dystrophy), is considered to be a multi-system disorder characterized by severe pain.
  • Concussion is a traumatic brain injury that can cause lasting effects on brain tissue and change the chemical balance of the brain
  • Container Baby Syndrome A container baby is a newborn baby or young infant who is placed in a container, such as a car seat or stroller, for an excessive amount of time in a given day
  • Core Muscle Injury, often misleadingly called a “sports hernia,” is a condition that mainly affects athletes who play hockey, football, and rugby, and runners
  • Cubital Tunnel Syndrome is caused by compression of the ulnar nerve when it passes under a bony bump (the medial epicondyle) on the inside portion of the elbow
  • Cuboid Syndrome Cuboid syndrome is a condition caused by a problem with the cuboid bone, producing pain on the outer side, and possibly underside, of the foot.


  • Dancing and dance-related injuries
  • Degenerative Disk Disease (DDD) can be one cause of back and neck pain where our senior spinal physiotherapists can treat
  • De Quervain’s Tendinitis (dih-kwer-VAINS) tendinitis is a condition that causes pain and tenderness at the thumb side of the wrist, at the base of the thumb and forearm.
  • Diabetes is a condition in which the body either does not produce enough of the hormone insulin, or the cells in the body do not react normally to insulin.
  • Diastasis recti - separation of the linear alba of the stomach due to pregnancy
  • Diastasis Rectus Abdominis is a condition in which the 2 sides of the abdominal muscle separate, as the tissue connecting them stretches and will benefit from women's health physiotherapy
  • Discoid Meniscus is an abnormally shaped meniscus (cartilage that cushions the bones of the knee) present in 1% to 3% of population
  • Dizziness is a common problem, especially among older adults. In fact, for people over the age of 65.


  • Elbow Pains Physiotherapy
  • Elbow Bursitis (also called olecranon bursitis) occurs when the bursa (a fluid-filled sac on the tip of the elbow) becomes damaged, irritated, or inflamed
  • Elbow Fracture are bone breaks that can happen in any of the 3 bones in the area of the elbow joint (humerus, radius, or ulnar bones) and will need hand physiotherapy
  • Elbow Ulnar Collateral Ligament Injury (UCL) injuries generally occur when repetitive stress damages the inside of the elbow, compromising stability and require hand physio


  • Falls and a fear of falling can diminish your ability to lead a full and independent life. Falling is not a part of normal aging.
  • Fallen and collapsed arches due to over-pronation of the feet as one walks, runs and jogs.
  • Feet pain
  • Female Athlete Triad is a syndrome that can involve both the physical and mental aspects of health and will benefit from physiotherapy intervention
  • A Femur Fracture is a break, crack, or crush injury of the thigh bone. It is sometimes referred to as a "hip fracture" if it's high up near the hips
  • Flat feet, also known as pes planus
  • Fibromyalgia with generalized global pain. More on Fibromyalgia Physiotherapy here
  • Finger Dislocation is a painful result of trauma and force to finger joints
  • Frozen Shoulder with shoulder stiffness and pain with movement
  • Foot Drop where patients have difficulty lifting up their feet at the ankle
  • Foot gout
  • Foot sprains can happen due to poorly shaped feet and happens often during sports
  • Frailty and Debility is a syndrome of overall body weakness resulting in a loss of strength, flexibility, balance, and endurance.


  • Gait Dysfunctions are changes in your normal walking pattern, often related to a disease or abnormality in different areas of the body, will need physiotherapy
  • Golfer’s Elbow refers to a painful inflammatory condition affecting the inside of the elbow. Read additional article on Golfer's Elbow (Medial Epicondylitis) here
  • Greater Trochanteric Bursitis, also known as greater trochanteric pain syndrome, is one of the most common causes of hip pain and will require physiotherapy
  • A Groin Strain is an injury to the groin—the area of the body where the abdomen meets the leg and the inner thigh muscles attach to the pubic bone
  • Guillain-Barré Syndrome (GBS) is an autoimmune disorder that affects nerves and how they function in the body. Physiotherapy works on movement improvement


  • Hamstring muscle strain or pull
  • Hamstring Injuries occurs when 1 or more of the 3 hamstring muscles or tendons (at the back of the thigh) is torn, either partially or completely (Read more on Hamstring injury)
  • Headaches, like back pain, are one of the most common of all physical complaints and can be one of the most frustrating to manage.
  • Heel pain where patients experience pain in their heel.
  • Heel Stress Fracture
  • Painful Heel Spurs located in the calcaneal bones
  • A Herniated Disk occurs when the cushion-like cartilage (the disc) between the bones of the spine is torn, and the gelatin-like core of the disc leaks
  • Hip Bursitis is a painful condition that affects 15% of women and 8.5% of men of all ages
  • Hip Fracture is a very common condition that elderly face which is usually caused by falls
  • Hip Impingement (Femoroacetabular Impingement) involves a change in the shape of the surface of the hip joint that predisposes it to damage, resulting in stiffness and pain.
  • A Hip Labral Tear occurs where there is damage to the labrum within the hip joint. The hip joint is where the thigh bone (femur) meets the pelvis (Ilium)
  • Hip Pains and strains
  • Hyperkyphosis is a spinal deformity that occurs when the natural forward-curving shape of the upper back becomes excessive


  • Iliotibial band friction and pains which usually affect runners, cyclists, joggers, sprinters
  • Iliotibial Band Syndrome (ITBS) is one of the most common causes of knee pain, particularly in individuals involved in endurance sports.
  • Urinary Incontinence is any undesired leakage of urine that can occur during the day or night.
  • Inner Ear Trauma Your inner ear is critical to keeping your balance. Sometimes when the head is injured in an accident or a fall, the inner ears are injured as well.




  • Lateral Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow) is a painful condition caused by overuse of the "extensor" muscles in your arm and forearm, particularly where the tendons attach to the bones
  • Legg-Calvé-Perthes (LCPD), a hip disorder seen only in children, results from a disruption of blood flow to the head of the long bone of the leg
  • Ligament strains such as wrist sprains and ankle sprains
  • Lower back pain (LBP) is a very very common condition that can be caused by many structures in the back including joints, ligaments, muscles, discs
  • Lower Extremity Stress Fractures are fractures of the bones in the lower legs or feet that occur with repeated activities, and will need physiotherapy treatment
  • Lumbar Radiculopathy and Sciatica (also known as sciatica or radiculitis) is a condition that occurs when a nerve in your low back is injured, pinched, or compressed
  • Lymphedema is swelling generally in the arms or legs due to a blockage in your lymphatic system, and will benefit from lymphedema physiotherapy 




  • Obesity is a condition caused by the accumulation of excessive body fat. Nearly 100 million Americans are obese or overweight. Obesity is a worldwide epidemic.
  • Osteoporosis is a bone disease characterized by low bone density (thickness of the bone), decreased bone strength, a change in the bone structure and fractures
  • Osteoarthritis of the Hip (hip OA) is the wearing down of the cartilage (lining over the bones) of the hip joint. It can develop at any age and will need physiotherapy
  • Osteoarthritis of the Knee (knee OA) is a progressive disease caused by inflammation and degeneration of the knee joint that worsens over time.
  • Osteoarthritis of the Shoulder (shoulder OA) is a condition that occurs when the cartilage that lines the sides of the shoulder joint is worn or torn away
  • Osteoarthritis of the Spine (spine OA)is a condition that usually occurs with aging and is typically diagnosed after age 50, and will require spinal physiotherapy
  • Osteochondritis Dissecans (OCD) is a condition that involves damage to the cartilage and underlying bone within a joint and will benefit from physiotherapy
  • Osteomyelitis of the Jaw Osteomyelitis is an infection of the bone. The temporomandibular joint is rarely affected by osteomyelitis, but when it is, it requires immediate attention
  • Osteopenia (Low Bone Mass) describes lower-than-normal bone density or thickness and increases fracture risks.


  • Pain is one of the most common symptoms that lead a person to seek our senior physiotherapist and we're trained in the management of pain relief physiotherapy. 
  • Parkinson Disease (PD) is the second most common degenerative brain disorder affecting adults. (Alzheimer disease is the most common.)
  • Patellar Dislocation is a knee injury in which the patella (kneecap) slips out of its normal position. Often the knee is partly bent, painful and swollen.
  • A Patella Fracture is a break of the kneecap. Symptoms include pain, swelling, and bruising to the front of the knee and will require knee physiotherapy
  • Patellar Instability is the term given to a range of injuries that occur when the patella, or kneecap, is displaced from its intended resting place.
  • Patellar Subluxation Syndrome is an injury that affects the kneecap. Patellar subluxation is more common than patellar dislocation and is just as disabling.
  • Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (PFPS) refers to pain at the front of the knee, in and around the kneecap. PFPS is one of the most common types of knee pain
  • Patellar tendinopathy (Jumper's Knee)
  • A Pelvic Fracture is a crack or break in one or more bones in the pelvis. These types of fractures can cause pain and difficulty walking or standing.
  • Pelvic Pain is pain felt in the lower abdomen, pelvis, or perineum. It has many possible causes and affects up to 20% of the population including women and men
  • Peripheral Neuropathy (PN) is a condition affecting the nerves of the body that results in a symptoms including pain, changes in sensation and muscle activity
  • Peroneal Tendinopathy is characterized by an aching pain and swelling in the peroneal tendons located in the lower, outside portion of the ankle
  • Pes Anserine Bursitis is a condition that produces pain on the inside of the knee and lower leg. It occurs most commonly in young people involved in sports.
  • Phantom Limb Pain is a painful or unpleasant sensation in a body part that has been surgically amputated or traumatically lost
  • Plantar Fasciitis is a condition causing heel pain. The plantar fascia, a thick band of tissue connecting heel to the ball of the foot become inflamed or tear
  • Plica Syndrome is an irritation of a small portion of tissue in the knee joint that's part of the joint capsule (synovial membrane) and knee physiotherapy helps
  • Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) Injury occurs when one of the ligaments on the inside of the knee is overstretched and will need knee physiotherapy
  • Proximal Humeral Epiphysitis (PHE) is an injury to the shoulder of a throwing athlete who is still maturing physically and will require shoulder physiotherapy
  • Piriformis Syndrome that can also cause sciatica and radiating pain down the leg
  • Pitcher's Elbow (Medial Apophysitis) is a condition that occurs as a result of an injury or irritation to the inside of the elbow, affecting young athletes.
  • Posterier Pelvic Pain (Sacroiliac Joint Pain)
  • Pulled calf / leg muscles



  • Repetitive strain injury (RSI) refers to group of discomfort and injuries related to repeated low-trauma activities and movements including carpal tunnel syndrome (numbness in thumb, index finger, middle finger and half of ring finger), tennis elbow, golfer's elbow, de Quervain's tenosynovitis (mummy's thumb) etc
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis is classified as an autoimmune disease—a condition where the body’s immune system attacks its own tissues (Article 2 on RA here: Rheumatoid Arthritis)
  • Rotator Cuff Tear The "rotator cuff" is the group of 4 muscles and their tendons responsible for keeping the shoulder joint stable. Injuries to the rotator cuff are common
  • Rotator Cuff Tendinitis occurs when a shoulder tendon (a bundle of fibers connecting muscle to bone) is irritated and becomes sore and requires physiotherapy
  • Runner's Knee, a painful knee condition that plagues runners
  • Ruptured spinal disc that causes localize pain and pain that travels down buttocks and legs


  • Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction is a lower back/pelvic condition that can result from joint stiffness or hypermobility at the sacroiliac joints in the pelvis
  • Sacroiliitis and sacroiliac joint pain
  • Sciatica and sciatic nerve compression
  • Scoliosis is a condition that affects the normal shape of the spine, altering a person's overall trunk alignment and posture and will benefit from physiotherapy
  • Shin Splints (Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome, MTSS) is a condition that causes pain on the inside of the shin (the front part of the leg between the knee and ankle) 
  • Shoulder Bursitis (also subacromial bursitis) occurs when the bursa (a fluid-filled sac on the side of the shoulder) becomes damaged, irritated, or inflamed
  • Shoulder Dislocations are painful "pop outs" of the shoulder joints
  • Shoulder Dislocation The shoulder is the most mobile joint in the body and is the most likely joint to dislocate, and will require shoulder physiotherapy
  • Shoulder Labral Tear An unstable shoulder joint can be the cause or result of a labral tear. "Labral" refers to the ring of cartilage that surrounds the base of the shoulder joint.
  • Shoulder pain usually happens due to rotator cuff injury but can be related to other conditions too
  • Shoulder Impingement Syndrome
  • Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis (SCFE) is the most common hip disorder seen in adolescents and will need hip physiotherapy
  • Slipped disc or more medically known as Prolapsed Intervertebral Disc (PID) is a spine condition that usually happens in the lower back. It is aggravated by sitting and bending activities.
  • Snapping Hip Syndrome occurs when a muscle, tendon, or ligament rolls over a bony prominence in the hip, with or without causing pain.
  • Snapping Scapula Syndrome is a condition that involves the popping, grating, grinding, or "snapping" of bones and tissue in the scapula area with arm movement
  • Sprain thumb, also known as Skier's Thumb or Goalkeeper's Thumb is a painful thumb condition affecting the collateral ligament of the thumb when the thumb overstretches backwards
  • Spinal Compression Fractures A compression fracture in the spine occurs when the vertebrae (small bones) that form the spine collapse or break and will need spinal physiotherapy to recover
  • Spinal disc herniation
  • Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) is a common, inherited neuromuscular disease that causes low muscle tone (hypotonia) and progressive muscle weakness and wasting
  • Spinal Stenosis is a narrowing within the vertebrae of the spinal column that results in too much pressure on the spinal cord (central) or nerves (lateral)
  • Spondylosis refer to the condition where calcium deposits in the joints often causing joint pain and stiffness
  • Spondylolysis is a stress fracture of the pars interarticularis, part of the bony ring that connects the front part of the spinal column to its back portion
  • Structural imbalance


  • Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome (TTS) is the compression to the back of our tibial nerve, causing symptoms along the entire path of the nerve from the affected level. More on TTS here: Tarsal tunnel syndrome 2
  • Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMD) is a common condition that limits the natural function of the jaw, such as opening the mouth and chewing, that cause pain
  • Tendinopathy (also known as tendinitis or tendonitis)
  • Tendinosis (chronic tendinitis)
  • Tendon injuries
  • Tendon injuries in children
  • Tennis elbow is a painful inflammatory condition affecting the outside of the elbow (opposite of golfer's elbow)
  • Stress headaches are headaches that occur typically with stressful incidences and events, and are usually treatable.
  • Thigh pain refers to pain and discomfort that occurs in one or more of the four aspects of the thigh: front, outer, inner and back of thigh (read more in the article)
  • Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS) is a potentially painful and disabling condition of the upper extremity and will benefit from physiotherapy
  • Torticollis is the tilt and/or rotation of the head because of tight and weak neck muscles and will require spinal and neck physiotherapy treatment
  • Total Hip Replacement (Arthroplasty) is a common surgical intervention that is performed for severe arthritis or hip fracture and will need hip physiotherapy
  • Total Shoulder Replacement (Arthroplasty) is a surgical procedure in which part or all of the shoulder joint is replaced and will require shoulder physiotherapy for recovery
  • Transfemoral (Above-Knee) Amputation is a surgical procedure to remove the lower limb at or above the knee joint when that limb has been severely damaged
  • Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex Tear (TFCC) tear is an injury to ligaments in the middle and outer side of the wrist and will need hand therapy to recover fully
  • Trigger finger refers to a repetitive strain injury (RSI) which can cause painful locking in finger joints.
  • Trigger Finger (2nd Article)
  • Trigger point are so common in our patients that refer to tight spots in shortened/tensed muscles that are either overworked or underworked. Can even cause radiating (referring) pain to head and shoulder.
  • Trigger point myofascial pain
  • Trismus is an uncontrolled inability to open the mouth or jaw. Trismus interferes with many daily activities—chewing, swallowing, talking, brushing teeth etc
  • Turf Toe injury is an injury to the main joint of the big toe [metatarsophalangeal (MTP) joint sprain] and will benefit from physiotherapy and podiatry




  • Whiplash injuries and neck pains from falls and accidents
  • Wrist fractures are bone fractures of the radial and/or ulna bone as a result of falling on outstretched hand (FOOH).
  • Wrist Fractures due to falls happen most often when people stretch the arm straight out to catch themselves as they fall and will need hand physiotherapy
  • Wrist sprains that are painful ligamental/tendon sprains that are associated overloaded/overstretched wrist movements or carrying bags.
  • Wrist Tendinitis is a condition where 1 or more tendons in the wrist become inflamed and irritated and will benefit from hand therapy to recovery quickly

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Phoenix Rehab Physio Services

Phoenix Rehab Group works with specialist physiotherapists and rehab therapists who are highly trained, qualified, experienced and passionate to provide high level of expert care to our patients.


Patients who sustained injuries to their elbows, forearms, hands, wrists (sprains and fractures) and fingers, usually will benefit / require Hand Therapy to

  1. manage and decrease hand pains
  2. improve range of motion, strength and dexterity
  3. increase the function of their hand following injuries or post-operations

Commonly treated hand pain injuries includes


Clinical Pilates is a form of physical exercise that focuses on posture, core stability, balance, control, strength, flexibility and breathing.

It is a system of safe and effective exercises, which meet specific individual needs, to treat a wide range of injuries and conditions.

You may do Pilates as matwork or with the reformer or both, and every session will be customized 100% to your fitness, injury and tolerance.


  • Cupping TCM
  • Auricular Therapy TCM
  • Herbal TCM Medicine & Supplementation


Sports and deep tissue release massage helps to increase nutrient-rich blood flow to tired, tight and tense muscles to accelerate recovery and  shorten downtime / recovery period required.

It also prevents muscles from scar tissue micro-tears (and potential ruptures), and increases muscle performance. Having regular deep tissue and sports massage will keep your muscles healthy and fit with body/movement-confidence.

Read the benefits of regular deep tissue release therapy here.


All our allied health therapists and TCM physicians are fully insured and registered with Allied Health Professions Council (AHPC) and Traditional Chinese Medicine Board (TCMB).

See our entire team here with introductions and their specializations.

At the first session, our specialist physiotherapists will carry out a thorough assessment, helping them to select the most appropriate treatment to help you recover as well as provide treatment in the same session.

Follow up sessions are inline to provide expert treatment for your pain as well as prescribing specific exercises to reduce your risk of re-injury and giving you a long term solution.

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