Unani Tibb

Dr Faeeza Abdullatief

Medical consultation

Involves taking a full medical history, reviewing the patient's diet and lifestyle factors (sleep, emotional state/psychological wellbeing, elimination, physical activity, and contributing environmental factors), examination of blood pressure, vital signs and physical examinations leading to diagnosis. Referral for further tests and investigations also provided where required.

Pulse and tongue anlaysis

This is an ancient form of diagnosis used in Unani Tibb. The Unani Tibb practitioner will evaluate various parameters of the pulse and tongue which reflects the state of internal organs. It serves as a map to the state of the organs and gives the practitioner insight into where the patients imbalance or dis-ease is stemming from.

Temperament Analysis

Unique to Unani Tibb where every individual has a unique composition which is made up by their personality, physical features, preferences which also predisposes you to certain diseases. The practitioner aims to assist the patient to maintain their ideal balanced state by advising on diet, lifestyle and other forms of treatment within the Unani Tibb scope of practice.

Dietotherapy

Unani Tibb focusses on providing advice on foods that will assist to restore the patient back to his/her ideal health state. Specific foods are advised to correct the cause of disease and provide adequate nutrients to support the patients health and wellbeing.

Lifestyle Advice

Lifestyle advice involving advising on certain types of movement and exercises, breathing exercises, Self help techniques to support emotional wellbeing and detoxification.

Aromatherapy

Unani Tibb uses Aromatherapy as a form of treatment. Specific oils (essential oils and others) with pharmacological actions to support the patient's condition is used.

Cupping Treatment

Cupping therapy is an ancient technique and main form of treatment used in Unani Tibb. It involves applying suction cups to specific locations on the body to stimulate specific organs. The two main forms of cupping is dry cupping and wet cupping. It is largely used for detoxification, muscle and joint pain relief but can be used for a wide range of illnesses such as anxiety, chronic disease of lifestyle and female reproductive disorders to name a few.

Herbal Medicine

Unani Tibb practitioners compound specific herbal formulations for patients according to their condition e.g. herbal medication in the form of pills, tea, tinctures, confectionary, medicated creams and oils. They may also prescribe natural medication.

Physiotherapy

Meisoraa Stemmet

nebulisation and chest physiotherapy

Combination of nebulisation and chest physiotherapy The combination of nebulisation and chest physiotherapy is more effective than nebulisation only. It is important to reconsider the combination of nebulisation and chest physiotherapy to overcome airway obstruction problems. Chest physiotherapy is a broad term used in research that incorporates physiotherapy treatment techniques that address the removal of secretion and improve airway clearance thereby help to improve respiratory efficiency. Ch

Sports injuries

 Sprains. Overstretching or tearing the ligaments results in a sprain. Ligaments are pieces of tissue that connect two bones to one another in a joint.  Strains. Overstretching or tearing muscles or tendons results in a sprain. Tendons are thick, fibrous cords of tissue that connect bone to muscle. Strains are commonly mistaken for sprains. Here’s how tell them apart.  Knee injuries. Any injury that interferes with how the knee joint moves could be a sports injury.

Geriatric Physiotherapy

The nature of physiotherapy means that assessment and treatment tend to focus on the physical nature of a person's condition. For older adults, the physical tasks of daily life are an important starting point for treatments. Intervention include (re)assessment of a person's abilities and difficulties in performing functional tasks such as transfers on/off a chair or the bed and general mobility. The physiotherapist then identifies the underlying impairments impact

TENS therapy & Infrared

Combination of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) and infrared therapy TENS is a method of electrical stimulation which primarily aims to provide a degree of symptomatic pain relief by exciting sensory nerves and thereby stimulating either the pain gate mechanism and/or the opioid system. Infrared light is a unique treatment that harnesses the healing power of specific wavelengths of light to improve circulation, reduce inflammation and pain, decrease muscle spasm and stiffness a

Spinal and joint mobilisation

Joint mobilization is a skilled manual therapy technique aimed at improving joint range of motion and reducing pain. How does it work? The therapist manually applies targeted pressures or forces on a joint in specific directions to help improve the mobility of that joint.

Paediatric Neurology

Neurological conditions in children may include congenital, genetic or acquired disorders. Neurological physiotherapy for children will improve their muscle strength and length, mobility and independence with everyday activities.  Treatment may involve soft tissue massage, mobilisation, stretching, specific therapeutic exercises and posture education. Because Children are not small adults these therapists encourage children to move to the best of their abilities through play

Adult neurology

Neurological physiotherapy involves rehabilitation of people with neurological conditions. Neurological conditions are problems with the brain, spinal cord or peripheral nerves. People with neurological conditions may have difficulties with their physical functions including mobility, muscle strength, range of movement and balance.

Adult neurology

Neurological physiotherapy involves rehabilitation of people with neurological conditions. Neurological conditions are problems with the brain, spinal cord or peripheral nerves. People with neurological conditions may have difficulties with their physical functions including mobility, muscle strength, range of movement and balance.

Exercise programs

Exercise programs custom designed for you to rehabilitate, improve pain and mobility

Orthopaedic Physiotherapy

Orthopaedic physiotherapy is an area of physiotherapy that is focused on the treatment and management of conditions related to the musculoskeletal system, this being the skeleton and the muscles surrounding it. Because of the movement of the joints and the muscles acting across them there is the risk of injury to these joints, these injuries could be traumatic injuries in which fractures, ligament rupture and muscle tears can occur which may or may not require surgery

Naturopathy

Dr Khalida Sabi

Medical consultation

Involves taking a full medical history, reviewing the patient's diet emotions and other factors, examination of blood pressure, vital signs and physical examinations leading to diagnosis. Referral for further tests and investigations also provided where required.

Diet therapy

Naturopaths provide detailed dietary advice and recommendations to assist the patient in restoring balance and good health.

Aromatherapy

Naturopathy uses Aromatherapy as a form of treatment. Specific oils (essential oils and others) with pharmacological actions to support the patient's condition is used.

Massage therapy

Massage therapy  Scientific manipulation of the soft tissues of the body, consisting primarily of manual (hands-on) techniques such as applying fixed or movable pressure, holding, and moving muscles and body tissues.  massage therapy benefits include pain relief, healing sports injuries, reducing stress, relaxation, easing anxiety or depression and aid in general wellness.  In conjunction with having beneficial effects on certain pathologies, massage therapy seems to provide common relief

Natural Medicine

Naturopaths advise and prescribe over the counter natural supplements to assist the patient in restoring good health and correct disease

Iridology

Iridology is “diagnosis by examination of the iris of the eye”  combination of “science and art” of microscopic analysis of the iris and pupil.  The iris and inner pupillary border are the visible aspects of the autonomic and central nervous systems (ANW).  structural markings in the iris and eye colours (pigments) carry both personal and genetic significance.  The colour of the iris llustrates certain genetic and constitutional traits.  Some signs are important for what they look like

Reflex zone therapy

Reflex zone therapy:  Reflex zone therapy (RZT) is the simple application of touch by one person to the feet, hands, back or head  It relieves pain, discomfort and restores health.  RZT depends on the premise that body changes which occur when there is less than perfect function in any part are reflected on the mirror of the surfaces of the feet, hands, back and face

Electrotherapy

What is Electrotherapy? The application of electrical stimulation transmitted through the body via electrodes for a therapeutic purpose. What does it do? The waveform current flows through the body from one electrode to the other and causes different physiological reactions depending on the type of current selected, the parameters of the selected current and the output intensity. Forms of Electrotherapy: - NMES - TENS - EMS - FES

light therapy

Light therapy  therapeutic exposure to full-spectrum artificial light that simulates sunlight, used to treat various conditions, as seasonal affective disorder.  Also called phototherapy  sources include:  incandescent lamps  fluorescent lamps Light therapy boxes that emanate full-spectrum light similar in composition to sunlight are also often employed. Identifying the individual circadian rhythm and selection of proper timing is critical for adequate administration of light therapy.

Aromatherapy

Aromatherapy  Aromatherapy uses aromatic essential oils medicinally to improve the health of the body, mind, and spirit. It enhances both physical and emotional health.

Vibrational medicine

Vibrational medicine  Vibrational medicine’ refers to an “evolving viewpoint of health and illness that takes into account the many forms and frequencies of vibrating energy that contribute to the “multi-dimensional” human energy system  Vibrational Medicine has four components: anatomical, physiological, observations of disharmony in pathological disease and therapeutics (healing, flower essences, magnet therapy, bodywork and others)

Exercise prescription

Exercise prescription An exercise prescription is a basic plan or program of activity designed by professionals to enhance the well-being of a patient.

Phytotherapy

Dr Mariyam Kisten

Medical consultation

Involves taking a full medical history, reviewing the patient's diet emotions and other factors, examination of blood pressure, vital signs and physical examinations leading to diagnosis. Referral for further tests and investigations also provided where required.

Herbal Medicine

Phytotherapist specifically compound and dispense various forms of herbal medicine to patients as a form of treatment. This can be in the form of poultice, compress, creams, tinctures, teas and various other dosage forms.

Dental Practitioner

Dr Andrew Prince

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Orthodontic consult

This service involves consultation and evaluation with the dental practitioner for orthodontic braces.

metal braces

Conventional Braces or Traditional Braces are the most popular and most common form of braces. They consist of metal brackets, rubber bands and an archwire that is fixated to the front of the teeth, using special dental glue. They are typically made of high-quality stainless steel. Metal braces are a cost-effective option that provides fun coloured rubber bands choices, making this a particularly good brace option teenagers and adults alike.

clear aligners

Active Aligners provide candidates a quicker alternative to traditional braces. You can have the smile you’ve always dreamed of in an average of 6 Months! Active Aligners are clear aligners that have been developed specifically for aligning your teeth in a predictable, smooth, clear and comfortable manner. Instead of the usual metal brackets and wires , you’ll be wearing a thermoplastic material to achieve your desired results - while going unnoticed by the people around you.

ceramic braces

Ceramic braces are similar to metal braces, but they use clear or tooth-coloured brackets rather than gray or metallic silver brackets and wires. Many people opt for ceramic braces because they’re less noticeable on your teeth than metal braces. This can be a huge advantage if you’re considering braces and don’t want to feel self-conscious about wearing them.