A01-en,Body Wisdom Physiotherapy


We feel that the human touch is an essential ingredient to our evaluations, care plans and rehabilitation protocols. Hands-on stimulation is also used to activate muscle, mobilize the nervous system, assist lymph flow and enhance immune system.

Our well trained and experienced therapists use no equipment but their own hands for assessment and treatment. Through their hands, your functional, structural (anatomy) and mental status are taken into consideration. After finding the signals of impairment or restriction, detecting the imbalance of the various body systems, an integrated therapy modal can be carried out according to individual’s needs.

For instance, our therapy not only address headache or neck pain directly. Instead, treatments also focus on potential origin like shoulder muscles spasm, upper back muscle imbalance, history of trauma, emotional stress, etc. This holistic approach is to identify and isolate areas of dysfunction within the body and its various systems, and how they affect each other. As the true origin of disease or discomfort is revealed, most long term pain syndromes and difficult problems can be resolved.

Many patients relied on medication for decades to cope with long term headache, fibromyalgia, sleep disturbance, etc., were benefited from our non-invasive, hands-on techniques to achieve and maintain optimum wellness. Come experience it and feel the fundamental changes deep down from your body and soul.

Manual Therapy

A clinical approach utilizing skilled, specific hands-on techniques, including but not limited to manipulation/mobilization, used by the physical therapist to diagnose and treat soft tissues and joint structures for the purpose of modulating pain; increasing range of motion (ROM); reducing or eliminating soft tissue inflammation; inducing relaxation; improving contractile and non-contractile tissue repair, extensibility, and/or stability; facilitating movement; and improving function. (Definition from American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy (AAOMPT) and American Physical Therapy Association (APTA).