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Our Approach

At Humansa, we offer patient-centred physiotherapy. We pride ourselves on listening to clients’ stories and needs, tailoring individualised programmes to ensure optimal results. Our goal is to identify underlying causes of problems through dedicated, one-on-one sessions. We use a holistic model to help clients understand their issues and take control of their recovery. An evidence-based approach guides our practice, focused on manual therapy and exercise, along with other modalities.

Our Process

Telling your story

The consultation begins with the client sharing the reason for the appointment, how and when their symptoms developed and their functional goals.

Our clients are encouraged to share in detail and bring along any imaging and doctor’s reports, as it is important that our physiotherapists hear all the relevant information.

Physical examination

Our physiotherapists examine clients’ posture, range of movement, strength and flexibility, as well as test different muscles, ligaments and tendons. During this stage, any symptoms such as pain and swelling will also be noted for


After an in-depth conversation with the client and a thorough physical examination, our physiotherapists reach a diagnosis and explain it in a way that the client understands.

Care plan

Based on the findings, our physiotherapists develop a care plan in collaboration with each client, incorporating modes of treatments best suited to the symptoms, targeted to their goals.

Our Scope of Services

Manual therapy

This involves hands-on manipulation and mobilisation of joints and soft tissue to improve mobility and aid relaxation of tense areas.

Exercise prescription

Our physiotherapists prescribe a variety of specific exercises to support the main therapy sessions requiring engagement from the client, this is key to optimal return to full sport/activities

Dry needling

This technique involves applying fine needles directly at trigger points, targeting treats a variety of musculoskeletal conditions.

Shockwave therapy

Shockwave therapy utilises high-energy waves that are delivered to the tissue via the surface of the skin, promoting blood circulation and the formation of new blood cells as well as cell generation to achieve improved metabolism and self-healing, ultimately leading to a reduction in stubborn pain

Huber 360

Huber 360 is a revolutionary technology equipped with force sensors under a motorised platform and on the handles to support an integrated physical rehabilitation program in four movement fundamentals – flexibility and mobility, strengthening, posture and balance, and endurance.

Gait analysis

This incorporates a full static evaluation of the body, followed by video gait analysis to observe dynamic movement, designed to highlight potential biomechanical insufficiencies.

Clinical Pilates (coming soon)

Different from traditional Pilates, the clinical variation is designed to offer therapeutic effects through movements that stretch, strengthen and balance the body.

Make an Appointment

5/F, New World Tower II, 16-18 Queen's Road, Central

+852 3180 2260

+852 6299 5220