Recover with physiotherapy wherever you are

Regain and maintain strength and mobility in the comfort of your home with a personalised care plan by our certified local physiotherapists.

Available islandwide, learn how our physiotherapists can help.

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In line with MOH's latest COVID-19 advisory, home physio-, occupational and speech therapy services will continue with heightened safety requirements.
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Why many skip physiotherapy sessions

Often, physiotherapy does not cross our minds until a medical professional refers us to one after an injury. However, physiotherapy is not only for those injured. From a neck sprain while sleeping to chronic pain and conditions such as cerebral palsy and Parkinson’s, physiotherapy can help children, adults and seniors maintain and regain mobility and strength, alleviate pain, and improve their quality of life.

While we know the benefits of physiotherapy, many of us delay, skip or are tempted to skip these sessions. This may be due to cost or discomfort during and after performing the exercises.

In most cases, several sessions of physiotherapy will be required for a full recovery or visible results. This can be discouraging for those expecting a quick recovery. We may also find the frequent travelling to and fro time-consuming, costly and troublesome especially for those already facing mobility issues.

What can physiotherapy help with?

Injury

Arthritis

Chronic Pain

Cerebral Palsy

Parkinson's

Stroke

Recover with physiotherapy in the comfort of home

Many of us who need physiotherapy don’t realise that home physiotherapy is an option.

By having qualified physiotherapists conduct the session one-to-one in the comfort of your home, you can feel more at ease, receive personalised care and recover better, without having to travel or wait at hospitals or clinics. This can be a more convenient and safer alternative, especially for those who face obstacles getting to therapy facilities or have limited mobility. Skipping the commute means that you can save cost on transport as well.

With the option of home therapy, more will be able and encouraged to continue physiotherapy sessions and prevent potential health complications from developing.

How physiotherapy with Homage works

Get physiotherapy in 3 simple steps.

STEP 1: Schedule your free Care Consult

Share your care recipient’s health status, care needs and preferences with our Care Advisors. Psst, we are open daily, even on weekends and public holidays.

STEP 2: Make a Care Plan together

We will match you and your loved one with the most suitable physiotherapist who will assess the care recipient and develop a personalised care plan.

STEP 3: Recover in the comfort of your home

Through an in-person visit at your doorstep, our physiotherapists will help your loved ones recover and regain confidence with materials tailored to your progress. 

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Why Homage physiotherapists?

Highly Qualified

All Homage Physiotherapists are Allied Health Professionals recognised by Singapore’s Ministry of Health and they specialised in different areas of physiotherapy.

Strong local knowledge

Our all-local Care Professionals understand the cultural norms and speak a common language (or dialect) with your loved ones.

Only the top 10%

Only the top 10% of Homage Care Professional applicants qualify from our one-to-one interview, reference and key qualification checks.

Find the best match

Only the most suitable Homage Care Professionals from our pool of over 2,000 trained and certified local caregivers, nurses, therapists and doctors are assigned to care for your loved one.

Meet Our Physiotherapists

Hello, I’m Alvin, a physiotherapist since 1993.

My passion is in the areas of geriatric and stroke rehabilitation. The joy of my profession comes from helping seniors to walk again.

I have worked also with national sportsmen and women during my various stints with hospitals and the Singapore Sports Council. Presently, I am a full-time home physiotherapist helping those who find it hard to get to rehab clinics. Being there to modify their home environment can help the seniors to adhere to the prescribed exercises. I also talk to them in a familiar language or dialects such as Hokkien and Teochew so that they feel comfortable during the therapy visits.

I believe in empowering patients who are undergoing this process of rehabilitating and encourage caregivers to be a part of this process so as to help their loved ones recover faster.

– Alvin Chang, Homage Physiotherapist

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Homage provides simple, transparent pricing without the constraints of a contract. You need only book the hours you need at the below rates, and a Homage Care Professional will soon be assigned to your visit.

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Home PhysiotherapyRates
Session$180/session
Package$670 for 4 sessions (Save $50)

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Top questions about physiotherapy

Here are our responses to common queries families have about Homage physiotherapy service.

What do physiotherapists do?

Physiotherapists are allied health professionals who have an in-depth knowledge of how the body works and specialised hands-on clinical skills to assess, diagnose and treat injury and disability. Trained to pinpoint the root cause of injuries and other ailments, a physiotherapist will first assess your holistic health and wellbeing, before determining the kind of movements and exercises you can and should do to aid in recovery, taking into consideration a multitude of factors including your individual needs, conditions and mobility.

A physiotherapist may use different approaches to treat and manage your condition, including movement and exercise, manual therapy and hydrotherapy.

Who needs physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy is suitable for all ages and can benefit you at any time in your life. While it is commonly associated with musculoskeletal issues, you don’t have to be injured for physiotherapy to benefit you. Physiotherapy extends beyond that and can actually help with managing long-term medical conditions such as asthma, preparing for a sporting event or even childbirth.

Physiotherapists can help to improve various conditions:

  • Neurological: stroke, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s, spinal cord injuries, vestibular dysfunction, traumatic brain injuries
  • Neuromusculoskeletal: back pain, arthritis, sports injuries, whiplash associated disorder, rotator cuff tears, temporomandibular joint disorders (TMJ)
  • Cardiovascular: chronic heart disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), cystic fibrosis (CF), post-myocardial infarction (MI), rehabilitation after a heart attack
  • Respiratory: asthma, cystic fibrosis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
  • Pediatric conditions: developmental delays, cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy
  • Women’s health and pelvic floor dysfunction: urinary incontinence, lymphedema
  • Nervous: carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Sports-related: concussion, tennis elbow

Learn more about how physiotherapy can help here.

How long does a physiotherapy visit last?

Every Homage Home Physiotherapy Visit is one-hour long (60-minutes).

What is the difference between physiotherapy and occupational therapy?

Physiotherapy focuses on treating you and your loved one’s physical impairment (body movement and function). Physiotherapists are trained extensively in body mechanics and use treatment techniques that are designed to reduce pain, restore function, and prevent disability. For someone recovering from a stroke, a physiotherapist might develop exercises to strengthen the muscles for walking, standing, and other movements.

Occupational therapy focuses on holistic wellness as well as finer motor and cognitive skills. The goal is to help you and your loved one perform daily activities and meaningful interactions with maximum independence possible. The treatment plan may include physical exercise, therapeutic adaptations as well as home modifications. For someone recovering from a stroke, our occupational therapist might develop treatments to help with the management of daily activities like eating, showering and getting dressed.

Who are the Homage physiotherapists?

Homage Physiotherapists are individuals passionate and dedicated in caring for seniors and families in need. 100% local, they are certified under the Ministry of Health’s Allied Health Professions Council (AHPC).

Our physiotherapists specialised in diverse areas from orthopedic (conditions of the bones, muscles, ligaments, tendons and joints) to geriatric (age-related or progressive conditions).

How many physiotherapy visits would I need?

Every individual’s recovery and rehabilitation journey is different. The physiotherapist will be able to advise you of an appropriate treatment plan and frequency after the initial assessment.

Should I prepare anything for my physiotherapy visit?

There is no need for any preparation.

If you have any doctor’s referral letter, previous physiotherapy/ medical reports or investigations (X-ray or MRI), we would recommend sharing these information with your physiotherapist for a more thorough understanding of your condition for therapy treatment.

What should I expect during my first physiotherapy session?

During your first visit, our physiotherapist will first assess your health and physical condition, understand the goals, develop and advise a personalised therapy treatment plan which can be completed in the home setting.

If time permits, the physiotherapist will also conduct these exercises with you during the first visit.

What do physiotherapists do?

Physiotherapists are allied health professionals who have an in-depth knowledge of how the body works and specialised hands-on clinical skills to assess, diagnose and treat injury and disability. Trained to pinpoint the root cause of injuries and other ailments, a physiotherapist will first assess your holistic health and wellbeing, before determining the kind of movements and exercises you can and should do to aid in recovery, taking into consideration a multitude of factors including your individual needs, conditions and mobility.

A physiotherapist may use different approaches to treat and manage your condition, including movement and exercise, manual therapy and hydrotherapy.

Who needs physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy is suitable for all ages and can benefit you at any time in your life. While it is commonly associated with musculoskeletal issues, you don’t have to be injured for physiotherapy to benefit you. Physiotherapy extends beyond that and can actually help with managing long-term medical conditions such as asthma, preparing for a sporting event or even childbirth.

Physiotherapists can help to improve various conditions:

  • Neurological: stroke, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s, spinal cord injuries, vestibular dysfunction, traumatic brain injuries
  • Neuromusculoskeletal: back pain, arthritis, sports injuries, whiplash associated disorder, rotator cuff tears, temporomandibular joint disorders (TMJ)
  • Cardiovascular: chronic heart disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), cystic fibrosis (CF), post-myocardial infarction (MI), rehabilitation after a heart attack
  • Respiratory: asthma, cystic fibrosis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
  • Pediatric conditions: developmental delays, cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy
  • Women’s health and pelvic floor dysfunction: urinary incontinence, lymphedema
  • Nervous: carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Sports-related: concussion, tennis elbow

Learn more about how physiotherapy can help here.

How long does a physiotherapy visit last?

Every Homage Home Physiotherapy Visit is one-hour long (60-minutes).

What is the difference between physiotherapy and occupational therapy?

Physiotherapy focuses on treating you and your loved one’s physical impairment (body movement and function). Physiotherapists are trained extensively in body mechanics and use treatment techniques that are designed to reduce pain, restore function, and prevent disability. For someone recovering from a stroke, a physiotherapist might develop exercises to strengthen the muscles for walking, standing, and other movements.

Occupational therapy focuses on holistic wellness as well as finer motor and cognitive skills. The goal is to help you and your loved one perform daily activities and meaningful interactions with maximum independence possible. The treatment plan may include physical exercise, therapeutic adaptations as well as home modifications. For someone recovering from a stroke, our occupational therapist might develop treatments to help with the management of daily activities like eating, showering and getting dressed.

Who are the Homage physiotherapists?

Homage Physiotherapists are individuals passionate and dedicated in caring for seniors and families in need. 100% local, they are certified under the Ministry of Health’s Allied Health Professions Council (AHPC).

Our physiotherapists specialised in diverse areas from orthopedic (conditions of the bones, muscles, ligaments, tendons and joints) to geriatric (age-related or progressive conditions).

How many physiotherapy visits would I need?

Every individual’s recovery and rehabilitation journey is different. The physiotherapist will be able to advise you of an appropriate treatment plan and frequency after the initial assessment.

Should I prepare anything for my physiotherapy visit?

There is no need for any preparation.

If you have any doctor’s referral letter, previous physiotherapy/ medical reports or investigations (X-ray or MRI), we would recommend sharing these information with your physiotherapist for a more thorough understanding of your condition for therapy treatment.

What should I expect during my first physiotherapy session?

During your first visit, our physiotherapist will first assess your health and physical condition, understand the goals, develop and advise a personalised therapy treatment plan which can be completed in the home setting.

If time permits, the physiotherapist will also conduct these exercises with you during the first visit.

Still have questions about how Homage can help?

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