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Physiotherapy Unit is located at Level 1 is part of the Department of Rehabilitation and began operations in September 2006. This unit has a staff of 14 employees, Physiotherapy, 4 Health Care Assistants (KDP) led by Rehabilitation Officer (Member) U41. Physiotherapy Unit there are 7 main sections for outpatient treatment of gymnasium, elekteroterapi, hydrotherapy, treatment rooms, neuro, pediatric treatment rooms, men's and women's health care and hand therapy.


Physiotherapy services provide accurate, effective and quality are easily obtainable by all levels of society and that it meets the needs and expectations of customers who will directly generate towards the welfare and improvement of quality of life.


Physiotherapy services provide an efficient and caring, safe and excellent based on the values ​​of ethics and professionalism.


The primary objective of Physiotherapy Unit is to provide quality rehabilitation services in line with customer expectations in line with the policy of the Ministry of Health's health promotion and care of people.

Scope of Services Provided

1. Electrotherapy
2. phototherapy
3. Physiotherapy for Women and Men Health
4. hydrotherapy
5. For Geriatric Physiotherapy
6. Intensive Care Services
7. Chronics Pain Managament
8. Vestibular rehabilitation
9. lymphoedema management
10. Ante and Post natal care
11. Spinal Rehabilitation
12. Amputee Rehabilitation
13. Stroke and neurological Rehabilitation
14. Paediatric Rehabilitation
15. Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation
16. Orthopaedic and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation


Activity Chronicle Place
Courses Soft Tissue Manipulation and Myofascia Release
14 to 15 May 2015 Hospital Sungai Buloh
Courses Effective Communication and Teamwork
29 to 30 October 2015 Hospital Sungai Buloh


14 to 15 May 2015

Raising awareness and exposure to a variety of techniques musculoskeletal physiotherapists and musculoskeletal applications in the treatment of patients in order to provide a more effective level of recovery.


29 to 30 October 2015

The course was conducted to improve the skills of communication and cooperation among members of the physiotherapy unit. It is also capable of strengthening relationships among members and will help towards a better quality of work.

Operation Hours

Day Time
Monday - Thursday
  • 8.00am - 1.00pm
  • 2.00pm - 5.00pm
  • 8.00am - 12.15pm
  • 2.45pm - 5.00pm


Main Line: 03-61454333 / Ext 5130
Fax: 03-61454222


No Name Position Cont'd E-mail
1 Ms. Nur Hazrina Bt Iderus Physiotherapy Rehabilitation Officer (U41) 5140 -

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