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Causeway bay Physiotherapy

Unlock Your Body's Potential with Jeff Law Physiotherapy

Scientific, One-on-one Sports Physiotherapy Center in Hong Kong

Welcome to Jeff Law Physiotherapy, where we believe that having a healthy body leads to a happy life. We, at Jeff Law Physiotherapy, specialize in treating different conditions, from sports injuries and post-operative rehabilitation to chronic pain and arthritis. Whether you're an athlete looking to get back in the game and improve sports performance or an office worker seeking relief from back pain, we are here to help you get the best physiotherapy treatment in Hong Kong. 

At Jeff Law Physiotherapy, we believe that a thorough assessment is essential for identifying the root cause of your problem. That's why we take the time to understand your medical history, lifestyle, and regular sports activities to develop a personalized physiotherapy treatment plan that meets your unique needs.

Why choose us?

At Jeff Law Physiotherapy:

  • We prioritize personalized care for each of your unique requirements and goals.

  •  We take the time to understand your condition and develop a comprehensive treatment plan that incorporates the latest techniques and technologies to help you reach your maximum potential.

  • Our goal is to make you feel better both physically and psychologically when you leave our Hong Kong sports clinic.

Our Services

We offer a holistic, one-on-one approach to help you get better through our physiotherapy treatments in Hong Kong. Here’s what you can get at our clinic:

Frequently Asked Questions

What is physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy is a healthcare profession that applies scientific knowledge and evidence-based practices to help people recover from physical impairments, injuries, and disabilities. Physiotherapy treats people without the use of any medicines, surgery, or radiation.

What are the 3 types of physiotherapy?

The three main types of physiotherapy are orthopaedic, neurological, and cardiopulmonary physiotherapy. Find out more about these Physiotherapy treatments.

Do physiotherapists only treat sports people and athletes?

No, physiotherapists can treat a wide range of conditions and patients, including those with acute or chronic pain, injuries, neurological conditions, respiratory conditions, and more.

What is the difference between a physiotherapist and a general practitioner?

While general practitioners can provide primary care for a variety of conditions, a physiotherapist specializes in the management of musculoskeletal conditions and can provide targeted, hands-on therapy to address your specific needs. In most cases, you will be referred from a general practitioner to a physio if such treatment is necessary.

When should I see a physiotherapist?

You should consider seeing a physiotherapist if you are experiencing any physical discomfort or pain, or if you have any movement or mobility issues that are affecting your daily activities. Some examples of conditions that may benefit from physiotherapy include back pain, neck pain, joint pain, sports injuries, and post-surgical rehabilitation. It is always best to consult with a physiotherapist to determine the most appropriate course of treatment for your specific needs.

How often should I attend physiotherapy sessions?

The frequency of physiotherapy sessions depends on your individual needs and the nature of your condition. Our physiotherapist will work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan, which may include the recommended frequency of sessions.

What is the difference between sports physiotherapists and regular physiotherapists?

Sports physiotherapists have specialized training and knowledge in the prevention, management, and rehabilitation of injuries related to sports and physical activity. They have an in-depth understanding of the demands placed on the body during different sports and activities and can provide tailored treatment and exercise plans to help athletes and active individuals recover from injuries and optimize their performance. While regular physiotherapists may also treat sports injuries, they typically work with a wider range of patients and focus on managing many different conditions, disorders, and problems not necessarily related to sports.

What are the differences between a physio, a chiropractor, and an osteopath?

While physiotherapists, chiropractors, and osteopaths all focus on treating musculoskeletal conditions, there are some differences in the approach and training. Physiotherapists focus on evidence-based practices and often use a combination of manual therapy, exercise, and other techniques to address a patient's needs. Chiropractors focus on spinal manipulation to address musculoskeletal conditions, while osteopaths focus on the relationship between the body's structure and its function. All three of these professionals can contribute towards various health benefits depending on the type of treatment you need, however, physiotherapy is the only discipline  that is evidence-based and is also a part of the modern medical system. 

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Room 1804, 29 Leighton Road, Chinachem Leighton Plaza, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

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