At AIWO, physiotherapy transcends the age-old notion of mere injury treatments.


  • Posture Correction

    Neck, Knee & Lower Back Solutions

    PCOS/PCOD Exercise Regimen

    Parkinson’s & Neurological Care

  • Sports Conditioning

    Ligament & Musculoskeletal Recovery

    Overcoming Postoperative Stiffness

    Foot Stability & Retro Walking

Trained Physiotherapists

Specialist physiotherapists in advanced Mashing and Stretching techniques

At-home services

Uncompromised results, ensuring personalised care in familiar surroundings.


Originating from the fusion of Thai Massage and Japanese Ashiatsu, Mashing, also known as Thai 'Mashiatsu' Massage, is a unique approach using the feet, rather than hands, for therapy. These sessions can take place on either a specialized table with overhead bars or a yoga mat. The use of feet ensures a profound deep-tissue effect without the intense discomfort one might associate with thumbs or elbows. The compressive nature of Mashing provides relaxation and eases muscle tension throughout the body.


Stretching can offer remarkable pain relief, addressing discomforts that many believe they simply have to endure. Stretching isn't just an accessory to exercise; it stands strong as an essential workout on its own. After periods of inactivity, stretching serves as a gentle re-introduction to an active lifestyle, whether you're resuming a past routine or initiating a new one. For those working remotely, it provides relief from the strains of prolonged seating or makeshift workspaces. Ideal for those with demanding physical roles, stretching can alleviate tired backs, ease muscle discomfort, and mitigate stress.


Strength training plays a vital role in weight management by boosting the resting metabolic rate and facilitating effective fat loss. It improves insulin sensitivity, reducing the risk of type 2 diabetes. Additionally, strength training positively impacts cardiovascular health, mental well-being by reducing stress, and enhances posture, balance, and flexibility. The personalized exercise routine underscores the importance of an individualized approach for a resilient and healthier life.


  • MFR, or Myofascial Release, is a type of physical therapy often used to treat myofascial pain syndrome, a chronic pain disorder caused by sensitivity and tightness in your myofascial tissues.
  • MFR is a manual therapy targeting the fascia, the connective tissue surrounding muscles, bones, and organs.
  • MFR works by applying gentle, sustained pressure to restriction points, allowing the fascia to elongate and relieve pain.
  • This therapy is often used to treat myofascial pain syndrome, a chronic pain condition where pressure on sensitive points in your muscles (trigger points) causes pain in seemingly unrelated parts of your body.

At AIWO, physiotherapy transcends the age-old notion of mere injury treatments.

Every breath deepens wellness,

Every exercise redefines balance,

Each test unmasks potential,

Each stretch harmonizes posture,

We pioneer a holistic approach, emphasizing not just pain relief, but strength building, endurance enhancement, and rhythm realignment.

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Belicia Towers, MRC Nagar


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