Physio Central offers physiotherapy services in central Malta.  Our approach is holistic and we treat the cause of the pain and not just the symptoms.

Every patient is different and so our approach is different from patient to patient, however, we are strong manual therapists, and patient educators, and have excellent rehabilitation skills.  We devise a specific exercise programme individualised just for you rather than pre-prepared sheets of exercises.

We run a strict appointment-based system.  We see one patient only at a time and make sure we have enough time to listen to your story, your injuries, and your expectations.  Then together with you, we will devise a treatment plan that is right for you.

We work as a team – that means that we all work together to make sure that the patient’s journey is smooth and pain-free as quickly as possible.  You can see anyone on our team and even different therapists at different times because we share and discuss patients all the time.  This helps us grow as practitioners but also provides you with more options for treatment.

Your care is our priority and we want to get you pain-free as soon as possible.  We liaise with a network of other therapists, doctors, and consultants.  No referral is needed to see a physiotherapist because we can assess and diagnose your injuries.

Our Pilates classes have stopped due to the pandemic but we are still offering FREE Pilates classes available online on our YouTube Channel. for all our patients at Physio Central.  


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Physiotherapy

Our physiotherapy sessions are based on strong manual skills, use of acupuncture and specific exercise-based programme. We aim to treat the injury long-term and not just ‘fix’ the pain or put a ‘band-aid’ on the symptoms. We find out WHY you are getting pain and we make sure we help you to make long-term changes to be pain-free, healthier, and fitter.

Pilates

Our group Pilates classes have stopped due to Covid-19, however we are still offering one-to-one Pilates sessions. This individualised approach helps us be very specific with your needs and this is very important especially in patients who are in pain, had surgery or are hypermobile.

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Acupuncture & Dry Needling

The use of Chinese acupuncture and dry needling is very helpful in treating patients in pain. All our therapists have post-graduate qualifications in the use of needling within the scope of physiotherapy and this is used in combination with our
physiotherapy treatment.


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Post-Surgery Physiotherapy

We can help you regain your movements and strength back following orthopaedic
surgery – we see patients after fractures or after neck, back, shoulder, wrist, hip, knee
& ankle surgeries. We also see women post caesarian sections.

Women's health physiotherapy treats a wide range of women's needs in addition to pregnancy and birth support. Sara Quina specialises in the treatment
of women with all disorders affecting the pelvis and the pelvic floor – this could be
incontinence, prolapse, pelvic pain or constipation. There is growing evidence that physiotherapy can alleviate, and in many cases, cure these symptoms. She also sees women before and after birth and helps them return back to intimacy, fitness and exercise. Read more about this and book online.

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Dance & Musicians Injuries

It is not just athletes that have aches and pains.  Musicians struggle with injuries too and physiotherapy can help. Sam Bonnici has vast experience treating musicians. She has volunteered with BAPAM in London and offered workshops and training with the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra. Dancers are also prone to aches and pains due to the high demand for training and performance. We have extensive experience with dancers' injuries and have helped several dancers become stronger and better in what they do—book here


Sam Bonnici & Jake Fenech have a special interest in the treatment of sports injuries.  Sam has extensive experience working with different sports teams and Jake Fenech has a special interest in running injuries.  Sports physiotherapy helps the athletes in recovery and returning back to training and performing, and also provides education on the prevention of further injuries.  Read more about running injuries here, and book here

Hypermobility is when your joints move beyond the normal range of motion.  This is particularly common in dancers and in gymnasts.  Jane Attard is our clinical specialist in this area and has helped a lot of patients through advice and specific programmes to help these patients increase strength around their joints.  Book here for a consultation about hypermobility.


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