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    The Best Physiotherapy Clinic in Gurgaon

    Orthocure Healthcare is a top rated physio-therapeutic chain of clinics in Gurgaon. Orthocure provides a holistic one-stop solution for all the physical therapy (PT) treatments under one roof. Orthocure has a team of one of the best and highly experienced professional Physiotherapists known for their services across the industry. Orthocure leverages on state-of-the-art machines, latest techniques, equipment and infrastructure while providing one the best physiotherapy treatment to its patients. One of the key features at Orthocure is developing physiotherapy treatment as per the requirement and suitability of the patient. Doctors and practitioners at Orthocure Healthcare are prominent and have a earned a good reputation in the medical fraternity.

    • A team of highly skilled, specialists, trained in the most advanced physiotherapy techniques are their to solve your problem.
    • Advanced Techniques  are used(Taping, Dynamic Cupping, Dry Needling, Mulligan)
    • Integrated treatment (approach by a supported team of orthopedist, chiropractor and orthotists)

    Not every bone and muscle condition
    needs a surgery!

    Orthocure offers surgery free treatment for your orthopaedic problems. Our 4 Point protocols and international medical equipment helps us in bringing accuracy and rectifying your problem with our regular exercise plans without any surgery.

    India's 1st chain of specialty clinics for Orthopaedic problems



    Powered by a team of experienced and highly specialized Orthopaedic Consultants.


    Medical Fitness

    Strength Training Program for people in 40 years – 100 years age group. Stay Strong Stay Active



    Highly skilled physiotherapists trained on advanced treatments.

    Orthocure Clinic in gurgaon

    Regenerative Orthopaedics

    Super specialized techniques for treating moderate and severe conditions of muscles and joints.



    Gurgaon’s only licensed Chiropractor Doctor & Spine Specialist – Dr Solenee de Waverechin from France


    Foot Orthotics

    Advanced Computerized Setup for custom foot insoles and orthotics.

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    What does a physiotherapist do?

    Physiotherapy is a health care professional who helps the patients to restore movement,maintain their functional ability, relieve pain,improve strength and prevent disability.

    Do physiotherapists diagnose the problem or condition?

    Yes,Physiotherapists are the first line of medical practitioners who independently evaluate diagnose and give treatment followed by rehabilitation. They help manage acute and chronic problems, give lifestyle advices and prescribe exercise plans for leading an active and pain free life.

    Do physiotherapists diagnose the problem or condition?

    Like Orthopaedics and other doctors, physiotherapists can be termed as a “primary contact” practitioners who are able to examine, diagnose and then suggest the way forward to treat injuries. There are two types of physios, one who are present in an emergency department to handle musculo-skeletal injuries that require urgent care and others who help in rehabilitation after injuries or amidsts a certain condition.

    How quickly does physiotherapy work?

    Depends upon patient conditions (acute,subacute,chronic). Acute pain patients can get relief within few sessions, where chronic patients take 2-3 weeks or more to be treated.

    Who needs physiotherapy?

    1.A person having pain with or without injury
    2. Person who are not able to do their normal anatomical and desired movements in any joints or muscle in addition to this pre and post-operative patients also need physiotherapy rehabilitation (TKR, THR,Obs)

    Do physiotherapists do home visits or online consultations?

    Both, home visits and online consultation can be done by Physiotherapists.

    How do I know if a physiotherapist is qualified?

    As a patient you can always ask the therapist for their highest degree and specialization.

    What treatments do physiotherapists use?

    Physiotherapist use advanced therapies like Hands-on therapies including mobilisations, manipulations, soft tissue releases, Dry Needling, Cupping and Kinesio Taping, Spinal Decompression therapy, Strength training and conditioning.

    Do physiotherapists provide a massage?

    No physiotherapists are not massage therapist. It is a different discipline.

    Do the Physiotherapists help in muscle pain?

    Yes, That’s the most common reason for which a person visits a physiotherapist. Physiotherapists are best suited to provide relief for muscular pain.

    Does physio help nerve pain?

    Yes, physiotherapist help in relieving nerve pain also but in integration with other therapies.

    Do damaged nerves ever heal?

    Damaged peripheral nerves do heal which is called nerve regeneration. The extent of healing depends on the type n severity of the nerve damage.

    Does exercise help nerve regeneration?

    Certain set of exercises will help in nerve mobilization. Also strengthening of the muscles supplied by that nerve is important.

    Do I need Physiotherapy for sports injuries?

    Yes, definitely it is required. As every sports injury has some local and global effects on the body. If it is addressed timely:- You can return to sports early.

    You can avoid the chances of re injuries.

    And above all, you can avoid creating more dysfunctions in the body.

    We provide 360 degree solutions for your condition

    Our unique 4 point protocol allows for an all round approach.

    We start with the right diagnostics, and then proceed to initial pain relief and structural corrections to treat the condition of the root cause of the ailment.

    Diagnostic Test

    Initial Pain


    Maintenance &

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