Our Services

Specialties

Physiotherapy

• Acute and Chronic pain
• Pediatric rehabilitation (Erb’s palsy, cerebral palsy)
• Post op-rehabilitation for knee, hip and shoulder arthroplasty, laminectomy, CABG, Neurosurgery, Plastic Surgery etc…
• Elbow pain (Tennis elbow, golfers elbow)
• Wrist pain (Dequervain’s disease, Carpal tunnel syndrome)
• Post fracture complications (Stiffness, Pain)
• Traumatic brain injury
• Symphysis pubis dysfunction (during pregnancy)

Sports Physiotherapy

Sports Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation
Sports therapy encompasses identification of musculoskeletal injuries and the subsequent rehabilitation of those injuries. Common Orthopaedic injuries seen by a Sports Therapist include but are not exclusive to:
• Knee ACL tears and post operative rehabilitation, meniscus tears of the knee, anterior knee pain
• Rehabilitation of shoulder dislocations , shoulder rotator-cuff tears, labral tears and instability of the shoulder
• Ankle ligament sprains such as an ATFL tear, plantar fasciitis of the foot, tennis and golfers elbow, ITB band syndrome
• Low back pain, spinal disc protrusions, and injuries attributed to sports such as shin or knee pain from running or cycling, shoulder pain from swimming, shoulder and elbow issues from weight training, acute knee pain from football or rugby.

Pregnancy and Post Natal Physiotherapy

Pregnancy and Post Natal Physiotherapy
• Pelvic Girdle pain
• Hip Pain
• Back pain/neck pain
• Sciatica and Nerve pain
• Any pelvic health conditions
• Safe exercise prescription during pregnancy and post natal period
• Diastasis Rectus Abdominus rehabilitation
• Return to sport post natally
• Return to running post natally

Osteopathy

• Back pain
• Neck pain Peripheral joints pain (frozen shoulder, arthritis)
• Nerv injuries or entrapment (carpal tunnel)
• Balance and gait disorder Headaches, migraines
• Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMJ) such as jaw clicking and tightness
• Stress, fatigue, depression, sleep disturbance Trauma (whiplash)
• Surgery (scar tissue related conditions)
• Pregnancy follow-up (sciatica, thoracic oppression, dizziness)

Osteopathy For Kids

Osteopathy for Kids and Babies
• Irritability & difficulty settling, excessive crying
• Tummy or Digestive issues (e.g. colic, excessive vomiting/reflux, wind)
• Feeding complications (e.g. problems with latching/attachment and sucking)
• Disturbed sleep patterns
• Head shape changes/asymmetries
• Difficulties in movement (e.g. may only easily move head to 1 side)
• Recurrent infections (e.g. sticky eye, cough wheeze, runny nose, recurrent ear infection)
• Limb or Joint movement problems (e.g. Torticollis)
• For children and teenagers: Trauma, Postural, Breathing/Asthma, Repetitive Strain, Sports Injuries
• Chronic Ear infections
• Growth related injuries (e.g. Osgood Schlatters)
• Attention deficit
• Autism
• Allergy

Chiropractic

Chiropractors use hands-on spinal manipulation and other alternative treatments. Manipulation is used to restore mobility to joints restricted by tissue injury caused by a traumatic event, such as falling, or repetitive stress, such as sitting without proper back support. Chiropractic treatment is primarily used as a pain relief alternative for muscles, joints, bones, and connective tissue, such as cartilage, ligaments, and tendons.

Sports Massage

Sports massage differs from a normal therapeutic massage in that it can consist of a combination of deep tissue massage and trigger point massage, with the aim to give the fastest and most effective relief of pain and discomfort as possible.
It can be a vital tool in assisting injury rehabilitation and also to help prevent the occurrence of injuries in the first place. Sports massage is usually a tailored treatment that targets specific problem areas. It is the ultimate attention to detail, during the treatment everything down to tension in the micro fibres of a muscle, that can contribute to overall pain and discomfort, can be identified. Sports massage is beneficial to the body as a whole, it plays an instrumental role in circulation, lymphatic drainage, flexibility, range of motion. It helps promote sleep, a feeling of well being.
Sports massage is a very worthwhile tool for individuals who like to push themselves to the limit or suffer from high stress levels, both in daily life and in the sports arena. It is a valuable contributor to reducing recovery time, and getting back to optimum performance.

Chinese Medicine

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is an alternative medical practice drawn from traditional medicine in China.

Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) has evolved over thousands of years. TCM practitioners use various psychological and/or physical approaches (such as acupuncture, cupping and tai chi) as well as herbal products to address health problems.

Cranial Sacral Therapy and Energy Healing

Craniosacral Therapy, discovered in the 1970s by Dr. John Upledger, a doctor of osteopathy, concentrates on healing the craniosacral system in your body, which are membranes and fluid that surround and protect your brain, face, mouth, and from your spine, all the way down to your tailbone area. Alignment within your craniosacral system allows your Central Nervous System to perform properly. The Central Nervous System is vital as it controls most functions of the body and mind.

Craniosacral therapy is a good tool for both existing physical injuries and for preventative measures. Additionally, this modality supports people who suffer from migraines and headaches, mental stress, chronic pain and fatigue, TMJ syndrome, autism, learning disabilities, ADD and ADHD, as well as brain and spinal cord injuries.

During a session, you may feel the following: deeply relaxed, warmth, tingles, balanced, increase in energy, emotional, a deeper connection with their body and in some cases for more sensitive people, they are able to see images, patterns, colours, become more self-aware, connect deeper with their consciousness and Spirit, similar effects of most energy healing treatments.

Naturopathy

Naturopathic Medicine is a distinct primary health care profession that emphasizes prevention and optimal health with the use of natural, treatments and therapeutic methods. The individual is treated as a “whole” by addressing physical, emotional, mental, psychological, environmental, social, spiritual and genetic factors that encompass each person’s uniqueness. As such, it does not merely treat symptoms alone and rather focuses on the root cause of disease or illness.

Naturopathic doctors encourage each individual’s inherent self-healing capacity to restore and maintain optimal health. They combine the wisdom of nature with the tenacity of modern science and utilize protocols that are innovative, safe and effective. Naturopathic principles and practices are steeped in traditional healing methods that include the following diagnostic and therapeutic modalities: clinical and laboratory diagnostic testing, nutritional and dietary medicine, botanical medicine (plants), traditional chinese medicine and acupuncture, homeopathic combination treatments, intravenous and injection therapy (Canada), hydrotherapy, physical therapies and lifestyle counselling.

Naturopathic doctors remove barriers to good health and stimulate and support functions in the body to regain a healing internal and external environment.

Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy

In order to properly speak, breath, and swallow, the muscles in our face, mouth, and throat need to be structured in the correct position and coordinate as they move together.

Orofacial myofunctional disorders (OMDs) are “patterns involving oral and orofacial musculature that interfere with normal growth, development, or function of orofacial structures, or call attention to themselves.”

Here are a few examples of Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders:

Tongue thrust (tongue between the teeth while swallowing)
Mouth breathing (lips apart/mouth open at rest)
Jaw malocclusions (such as an overbite, underbite, or open bite)
Tongue tie
Lip tie
OMDs can be caused by a combination of a physical difference in the structure of the mouth/facial muscles and patterns of behaviors over time.

Our team can help relieve and resolve these disorders in a structured and systematic treatment programme.

Biohacking - Recovery, Performance & Longevity

Cold Plunge

Heal Hub operates one of (if not) the largest ice baths/cool pools in the UAE. Our facility has cold water immersion ingrained into the cornerstone of patient welfare. We promote all those who are befitting to try. Our cool pool is outside so you can sink into our 8-degree water while the sun shines on your face. In keeping with the original and foundational roots of cold water immersion, we encourage people to book with friends, colleagues, and family. We can accommodate up to 8 people at once. Overcoming the cold is a bonding experience to be shared, however we can accommodate for the lone wolf as well. We suggest booking an ice bath after seeing one of our therapists, working out in our rooftop gym, or even finishing a long run along the kite beach running track (straight in front of our door). We have top-of-the-range changing facilities and showers so you can train, rehab, ice bath, and get going to where you need to be. Time is of the essence but your health doesn't need to be.

We offer sessions for 80Aed + VAT.

Get in contact to book now.

Email: Hello@heal.ae
Whatsapp: +971 55 431 0436
Phone No: 042 638 555
Instagram: https://instagram.com/healhub_rehab
Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/HealHubRehab/

Ice Bath Benefits Include:

Enhanced circulation of the blood
Cardiovascular circulation is one of the most important processes of the human body. Without a healthy and strong circulation, the blood flow of the entire body gets compromised. Cold Water Immersion boosts the cardiovascular circulation, which is beneficial for a healthy heart, a strong immune system, well-balanced mental health, and a high level of energy.

Reduced inflammation of muscle
After participating in a high-intensity workout, the muscles can feel sore for a couple of days. This is because of microscopic tears in the fibers of the trained muscles, and inflammation of the muscle tissue. This type of soreness, also known as ‘delayed onset muscle soreness’ (DOMS), can be very painful. Scientifically, it has been proven that Cold Water Immersion helps to reduce muscle inflammation. The temperature of the water lowers the damage of the affected tissue, and reduces further swelling.

Weight loss
Cold Water Immersion can be of great help when it comes to weight loss. When practiced on a regular basis, Cold Water Immersion is able to increase the metabolic rate by as much as 16%. As a result of immersing the body into cold water, the body has to work hard to maintain its normal internal temperature. During this process, the metabolic rate increases in order to produce heat for the body. When practiced consistently, this can result in a loss of weight.

Sauna

1.Supercharge your cell power. Heat has been proven to positively impact your mitochondria, the ‘batteries’ powering your cells, helping your body naturally produce more energy and stay fit.
2.Slow down Father Time (aka: aging!). Cell regeneration means you slow the aging process. And if you’re not quite convinced, check out the 20 year study of Finnish men that links two to three sauna sessions per week with a 23% decreased risk of death from cardiovascular disease.
3.Detoxify heavy metals and chemicals. Everyday exposure to potentially toxic heavy metals through a variety of sources means even the most health conscious people still have toxins in the body. Regular sauna bathing helps excrete toxins such as arsenic, cadmium, lead, and mercury.
4.Make your heart happy and healthy. A 2018 study found that sauna bathing four to seven times per week reduces the risk of death from cardiovascular disease by as much as 58%.
5.Reduce blood pressure. Sauna heat helps widen blood vessels and improve circulation, which reduces blood pressure.
6.Optimize athletic performance. Blood flow improvements from hyperthermic conditioning (heat conditioning) sends more blood to the heart, leading to an increase in plasma and red blood cell volume. That process delivers more oxygen throughout the body, fueling athletic performance.
7.Improve muscle function and recovery. As more blood flow and oxygen is delivered throughout the body, muscles increase in size and muscle breakdown is diminished. One study showed that two, one-hour sauna sessions for seven days straight increases production of the human growth hormone (HGH) by two to five times.
8.Fuel weight loss. Regular sauna use is shown to regulate the appetite, increase metabolism, and improve oxygen utilization, helping to fuel weight loss along with a reduction in body fat.
9.Boost brain function. The brain-derived neurotrophic factor, or BDNF increases with regular sauna use, activating the growth of new brain cells, better maintaining existing cells, and improving neuroplasticity, the brain’s process for forming new neural connections.
10.Ignite your immune system. Heat exposure from sauna use increases the heat shock protein, stimulating antigen-presenting cells, along with releasing cytokine, thus stimulating the body’s natural immune system.
11.BONUS BENEFIT: improve emotional health and mood. When your body and brain are healthy, detoxified, and destressed, and you’ve boosted endorphins, your overall mood and emotional health improves.

Red Light Therapy

Red light is thought to work by producing a biochemical effect in cells that strengthens the mitochondria. The mitochondria are the powerhouse of the cell — it’s where the cell’s energy is created. The energy-carrying molecule found in the cells of all living things is called ATP (adenosine triphosphate).

By increasing the function of the mitochondria using RLT, a cell can make more ATP. With more energy, cells can function more efficiently, rejuvenate themselves, and repair damage.

We offer sessions for 120Aed + VAT.

Get in contact to book now.

Email: Hello@heal.ae
Whatsapp: +971 55 431 0436
Phone No: 042 638 555
Instagram: https://instagram.com/healhub_rehab
Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/HealHubRehab/

Benefits Include:
• promotes wound healing and tissue repair
• improves hair growth in people with androgenic alopecia
• help for the short-term treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome
• stimulates healing of slow-healing wounds, like diabetic foot ulcers
• reduces psoriasis lesions
• aids with short-term relief of pain and morning stiffness in people with rheumatoid arthritis
• reduces some of the side effects of cancer treatments, including oral mucositise
• improves skin complexion and builds collagen to diminish wrinkles
• helps to mend sun damage
• prevents recurring cold sores from herpes simplex virus infections
• improves the health of joints in people with degenerative osteoarthritis of the knee
• helps diminish scars
• relieves pain and inflammation in people with pain in the Achilles tendons

Hyperbaric Chamber

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy involves breathing pure oxygen in a pressurized environment. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is a well-established treatment for decompression sickness, a potential risk of scuba diving. Other conditions treated with hyperbaric oxygen therapy include serious infections, bubbles of air in your blood vessels, and wounds that may not heal as a result of diabetes or radiation injury.

In a hyperbaric oxygen therapy chamber, the air pressure is increased two to three times higher than normal air pressure. Under these conditions, your lungs can gather much more oxygen than would be possible breathing pure oxygen at normal air pressure.
When your blood carries this extra oxygen throughout your body, this helps fight bacteria and stimulate the release of substances called growth factors and stem cells, which promote healing.

5 benefits of hyperbaric oxygen therapy
• Increases oxygenation to the body’s tissues
• Increase blood flow and circulation
• Boosts white blood cell counts
• Enhances the effectiveness of antibiotics
• Reduce swelling and pain

Fitness

Roof Top Gym

Workout in our spacious roof top gym with a view of the Burj Al Arab and Kite Beach as your backdrop. We wanted to build a functionla workout space in which our clients can build up from their injuries in a more functional and strength based manner.

Workshops

Our expansive workshop is home to a collection of various classes happening daily including yoga, pilates, HIIT and much more. However there are selected spots still available to rent this space.

With over 80sqm of space and sat at the heart of the Heal Hub villa this is the perfect place to have your workshop activities. Not only are we in the centre of Dubai on Jumeriah Beach Road but right next to the iconic Kite Beach.

If you want to impress your clients in a class setting that goes above and beyond the norm then Heal Hub's workshop space is for you. It suitable for Yoga, Pilates, First Aid Courses, Conventions, Education Programmes and more!

Not to mention the biophilic feel and look in which we have brought nature indoors to the setting. Plus changing rooms with showers for your clients to rush off to their next appointments.

Get in contact to book now.

Email: Hello@heal.ae
Whatsapp: +971 55 431 0436
Phone No: 042 638 555
Instagram: https://instagram.com/healhub_rehab
Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/HealHubRehab/

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