Support Services

We provides access to a wide variety of medical specialties for a full range of clinical services while ensuring our patients receive the best quality care.

Connecting people with the care they Need

At Westcare, we are dedicated to providing quality care in a warm, private and comfortable hospital environment across our branches.


Westcare Physiotherapists help people recover with injuries sustained from accidents, illnesses, ageing or disability. They guide patients to improve their strength and movement and prevent further problems in future. Our physiotherapists work to diagnose the causes of injury and put together a treatment plan, sometimes including exercises, manual therapy and electrotherapy (using electrical energy as a medical treatment. They also advise on managing long-term conditions and treat a wide range of people, including children, sportspeople and the elderly.
Our are of specialties include:

Musculoskeletal physiotherapy – treating issues such as strains, sprains, back pain and posture problems
Cardiorespiratory physiotherapy – aiming to prevent or improve the symptoms of conditions including asthma, chronic bronchitis, and other cardio-respiratory disorders

Neurological physiotherapy – targets disorders affecting the nervous system, including Parkinson’s, strokes and brain injuries.

Geriatric physiotherapy – focusing on the complex movement needs of older adults

Paediatric physiotherapy – rehabilitating children after diseases or injury

Sports physiotherapy – working to reduce pain and reintroduce range of movement after sports injuries

Women’s health –  focuses on treating conditions related to the female reproductive system, childbirth, prenatal and postnatal care

rehabilitation and pain management – introducing exercises to reduce and manage pain following surgery, injury or illness.



At Westcare our Prosthetics department provide artificial limbs (prostheses) to enhance the function and lifestyle of persons with limb loss. These prosthesis are unique, we use combination of appropriate materials, aligned, designed and constructed  to match the functional needs of the individual. These needs are complex and vary for upper and lower extremities. Lower limb prostheses might addresses stability in standing and walking, shock absorption, energy storage and return, cosmetic appearance, and even extraordinary functional needs associated with running, jumping, and other athletic activities. Upper limb prostheses addresses reaching and grasping, specific occupational challenges such as hammering, painting, or weight lifting, and activities of daily living such as eating, writing, and dressing.

Our Orthotics department provide external braces (orthoses) as part of a patient’s treatment process. The orthosis acts to control weakened or deformed regions of the body of a physically challenged person. Orthoses may be used on various areas of the body including the upper and lower limbs, cranium, or spine. Common orthotics include thoracolumbar spine orthosis, broad arm sling, knee and ankle brace etc