The Physical Therapy at neuropsychiatric Ndera hospital provides services to in-patient and out-patient adult and pediatric patients. Evaluation and treatment are offered to patients with neurological, orthopedic, rheumatologic, psychosomatic, developmental delay, acute or prolonged physical dysfunction or pain.
Our staff is experts in their field and all of them hold degrees in recognized universities. And have extensive training in a specific practice area such as sports, clubfoot management, cerebral palsy management, and other neurological conditions.

Physiotherapy services at neuropsychiatric Ndera hospital are available for both inpatients & outpatients on a daily basis from Monday to Saturday, 7:00am to 5.00pm.


-Musculoskeletal orthopaedics disorders
-Short and long Term -Neuro-rehabilitation
-Developmental Delay & other pediatric conditions.
-cardiopulmonary physiotherapy
Physical Therapy Department Programs

-Physical Therapy/ Occupational Therapy Internship training program.
-Physical Therapy/ Occupational Therapy Summer training program.
-Rheumatology rotation for fellowship training program.
Physical Therapy Services

-Musculoskeletal orthopaedics disorders
-Post-surgical Rehabilitation (TKR, THR, ACL, ORIF , Spinal and general surgery)
-Short Term-Neuro-rehabilitation
-Oncology cases (general & lymphedema treatment)
-Post Cardiac Surgery (CABG)
-Women's Health & Men's health.
-Developmental Delay & other pediatric conditions.

General Scope of Practice: Physiotherapistv Physiotherapy provides services to individuals and populations to develop, maintain, restore and optimise health and function throughout the lifespan. This includes providing services to people compromised by ageing, injury, disease or environmental factors. Physiotherapy identifies and maximises quality of life and movement potential by using the principles of promotion, prevention, treatment/intervention, habilitation and rehabilitation. This encompasses physical, psychological, emotional, and social well being.

Physiotherapy involves the interaction between physiotherapists, patients/clients, other health professionals, families/whanau, care givers, and communities. This is a people-centred process where needs are assessed and goals are agreed using the knowledge and skills of physiotherapists.

Physiotherapists are registered health practitioners who are educated to practice autonomously by applying scientific knowledge and clinical reasoning to assess, diagnose and manage human function.

The practice of physiotherapy is not confined to clinical practice, and encompasses all roles that a physiotherapist may assume such as patient/client care, health management, research, policy making, educating and consulting, wherever there may be an issue of public health and safety.