Allied Health Service


Based on western medical practice, physiotherapists use different physical means to stimulate human physiological responses to achieve non-pharmacological treatment effects. Physiotherapy helps patients restore physical capacities, improve daily activity function and enhance their quality of life.

Occupational Therapy Service

Occupational therapy services are designed to improve the functionality, autonomy and independence of patients and their caregivers in their daily lives. Through skills training, patients’ physical capacity and cognitive function can be enhanced. Rehabilitation exercises are integrated into their normal life, with appropriate rehabilitation equipment and home modification, to improve patients’ adaptability to social life.

Speech Therapy Service

Speech therapy is a professional rehabilitation service for people with communication and/or swallowing disorders. Speech therapists will provide professional assessment services, individualised treatment plans and appropriate advice, so as to improve their communication and swallowing capabilities and improve their quality of life.

Nursing care

Nursing care services aim at providing comprehensive and continuous home care services for persons with disabilities living in the community. Nurses will visit rehabilitated persons to conduct comprehensive assessments. They will formulate care plans and implementation measures in accordance with the individual needs of rehabilitated persons and their families. This will enhance their self-care ability and the caring skills of caregivers, as well as promote rehabilitation and enhance the quality of life.

Social Work Services

Social work services are designed to improve and enhance patients’ quality of life. Through professional social worker knowledge and skills, patients and their caregivers will be connected with appropriate social resources, which will help them reshape a healthy lifestyle and actively participate in the community.

Prosthetic and Orthotic Services

Based on a patient's diagnosis and physical conditions, prosthetists will prescribe appropriate medical equipment or assistive tools that suit the patient's living habits, work needs and self-care abilities.

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