• Tan Song Yi (Student)
    I came to PhysioActive because of slipped disc, which gave me severe back pain for several months. Leah explained my condition to me clearly, and gave me a clear overview of how we were going to deal with the back pain, and how I could help myself reduce the pain. Leah is very understanding and my back pain has reduced greatly ever since I started my Physiotherapy with Leah!
  • Gregor
    Due to a hiking accident I had multiple fractures of my shoulder and arm. Following a complicated surgery, I needed to learn again moving my arm and shoulder as well as to build up muscles. Denis is helping me in an excellent way and I make good progress in this lengthy and painful process. The treatment is extremely professional and personalised. Therefore, I can highly recommend Denis and PhysioActive to anyone seeking help.
  • Rajiv Ishwardas
    This is definitely the best Physiotherapy Center in Jakarta. Had Lower back Pain and it has tremendously improved due to the Deep tissue Massage given by Tim. Great treatment and Good hygiene in the therapy rooms all keeping in line with covid 19 Safety protocols. Keep it up guys. Good job !!! https://goo.gl/maps/TWrCeSXteZfobvCi6  
  • Puneet Suri
    Have visited this centre for severe back pain due to muscle spasms and an injured knee + heel. Ibu Ika helped me recover and gain strength in the weak areas as mentioned. She is very professional, has a very positive attitude and understands body dynamics extremely well. https://goo.gl/maps/bcpD3kmL7xctBZ6S7
  • Yvonne Schuh
    I came here with horrible back pain and I couldn’t move. After a couple of sessions with Ika I am free of any pain and stiffness. She is a wonderful person and fantastic teacher. She explains everything exactly and very, very professional. Always open for questions. I can move again and I am very happy choosing Physioactive!
  • Agassi Revano
    I have consulted my back pain several times at physio active, and they have an excellent customer service, professional therapist definetly recommended👍 https://goo.gl/maps/yUVhGerGFtmkE21i6
  • Ita Dewi
    my sprained and spasm muscle unable me to move around freely, sit or even stand up/ walk around. scheduled a home visit and therapy the morning after, and 1 day after i was able to move around again. definitely helps me so much! i highly recommend this place for sure. https://goo.gl/maps/4WrzdrZV4aHfscrh9
  • Samuel Niode
    recommended place for physiotherapy. The staffs were all friendly, professional services and effective. https://goo.gl/maps/xonKHcpaWicwzXpX6
  • Ningsih Sabaruddin
    PhisioActive is Super.. I can barely walk straight and in pain due to muscle clamp in my hip and lower back. thanks to the therapy done by Timothy. All pain gone and my muscle back to normal. Once again Thank you. https://goo.gl/maps/UoBBbuaS6C4ZHo4aA
  • Marissi Jordan
    Thorough explanation with my injury and the best physiotherapy in Jakarta. Very professional https://goo.gl/maps/74q8TbHT8LafkaVY7
  • Cindy Fransisca
    Great experience with Andy. He explained the issue very clearly and gave exercises to do at home. The place is very clean and tidy too. Health protocols made me feel very safe there. https://goo.gl/maps/QJLu4chdSFg6Jwk29
  • Jeffrey Ng
    I am grateful to our Therapist Ibu Ika Setia Ningsih, for her professional, excellent, & effective physiotherapy sessions that has helped me recover from my lower back pains. Ibu Ika is especially, patience, caring, and dedicated to the patients care and welfare. We also thank all physiotherapy front office staff for their kind, prompt and diligent attention to patients and appointments. Thank you Ibu Sunita dan Rekan -Rekan https://maps.app.goo.gl/R89HoDX5bq19ZDVh7

Back Injuries

Back Pain & Injury Treatment

Back pain is very common and can be very disabling as well as painful. In the absolute majority of all lower back patients at PhysioActive the pain is caused by acute inflammations or tight muscles. Sometimes the pain is localized in the lower spine, but often it can radiate into the hip or buttock. If the nerve is irritated the pain may even radiate into the leg or foot. Common causes are poor posture, joint degeneration, muscular weakness, stress and general inactivity.

  • Price List

    1 session

    S$ 70

    5 session

    S$ 665

    20 session

    S$ 1,260

    1 session

    S$ 90

    5 session

    S$ 855

    20 session

    S$ 1,620

    1 session

    S$ 110

    5 session

    S$ 1,045

    20 session

    S$ 1,980

Common Back Injuries:

  • Acute lower back pain

    Acute lower back pain is defined as nonspecific or mechanical pain present for up to six weeks. It has no serious underlying pathology or nerve injury and is often unrelated to a specific activity. 98% of all back patients are related to nonspecific acute lower back pain. It is the most prevalent orthopedic injury among our modern society and 80% of all people experience a significant episode of lower back pain at some point of their lives. Rest, painkillers, and physiotherapy, including massage, stretching, strengthening exercises, and posture training, are the treatments of choice for returning to a pain free life and preventing acute lower back pain from recurring.

    Rest, pain killers and physiotherapy, including massage, stretching, strengthening exercises and posture training is the choice of treatment for returning to a pain free life and to prevent acute lower back pain from reoccurrence.

  • Disc herniation

    A herniated disc, also known as a slipped disc or ruptured disc, is a common condition in where one of the cushion-like discs between the vertebrae moves out of position and presses on the nerves of the spinal cord. A herniated disc can irritate those nerves and sometimes result in pain, numbness or weakness in the leg or toes. However, most people who have a herniated disc don’t need any surgery. Conservative treatment including medication, rest and physiotherapy will help to fully recover

  • Sciatica

    Sciatica refers to pain that radiates along the path of the sciatic nerve, which branches from your lower back through your hips, buttocks, and down each leg. Injury to the sciatic nerve may cause the characteristic sharp, burning pain to one of its branches. Physiotherapy can help to relieve pain and to restore full function.

  • Lumbar spondylosis

    Lumbar spondylosis is a general term for age-related wear and tear affecting the disc and joints in your lower back. In most cases conservative treatment with physiotherapy can reduce the pain significantly and allows the patients to have a rather normal life without many restrictions. Only in very severe cases the choice of treatment might be surgery.

  • Scoliosis

    Scoliosis means a side-to-side (lateral) curvature of the spine usually combined with a rotation of the vertebras. Scoliosis usually develops during childhood and the cause is still unknown. Physiotherapy plays an essential role in the treatment of this condition and comprises posture training, back exercises and in more severe cases also bracing.

  • Spinal stenosis

    Spinal stenosis refers to narrowing of the spinal canal and is most commonly caused by degeneration of the discs between the vertebrae. The result is compression of the nerve leading to pins & needles sensation in the legs and feet. Mild to moderate spinal stenosis is treated with physiotherapy to relieve the nerve irritation. Posture training and muscle strengthening play an important role to support the lower back. However, when symptoms are severe and persistent, surgical resection of the tissue that is impinging the nerve may be necessary.

  • Fracture of the vertebra

    A fractured vertebra is usually associated with a major trauma, such as from a fall or car accident. However, patients with osteoporosis can suffer from a broken vertebra without even knowing it.

    Injuries can range from relatively mild fractures with only localized back pain to severe fractures with associated spinal cord injury. Depending on how severe the injury is the patient may experience pain in the back, difficulty with walking, or even the inability to move the legs (paralysis). Many fractures heal with conservative treatment; however severe fractures may require surgery to realign the bones.