Our team aims to provide excellent and competent care to the clients who entrust us with their health. Living actively makes our lives worth living. Allow us to move you to a healthier life where movement is independent, enjoyable, and pain-free.
This is a clinic located at the heart of Malolos City where treatment sessions are individualized and one-on-one to allow focused and personalized management by our duly licensed, accredited, and highly-trained healthcare practitioners. The collaboration of medical specialists, physical therapists, and osteopaths in Health In Motion is first in Bulacan.
Physical Therapy is a branch of rehabilitative medicine aimed at helping patients maintain, recover or improve their physical abilities.
Osteopathy is a gentle and effective hands-on approach to healthcare and is based on the principle that how the body moves influences how it functions.
Bowen Therapy is a gentle Australian healing system that is applied to treat a broad range of physical ailments including muscular, structural and visceral complaints.
Dorn Method, developed by Dieter Dorn in the 1970's in the South of Germany, has become the widely used therapy for back pain syndromes and many spinal disorders in Germany.
Craniosacral Therapy or CST, is a gentle, hands-on therapy developed in USA that taps into the body’s own natural self-corrective ability to create balance and wellness in the nervous system.
The Ken Yamamoto Technique (KYT) is a Japanese treatment system for chronic low back pain and other spine-related pains done via specific therapy skills that is centred on positioning the human body to its ideal frame.
Kinesiology taping provides support and stability to joints and muscles without affecting circulation and range of motion. It can also be applied for the purpose of prevention and to treat pain and edema.
During treatment and rehabilitation of injuries, taping contributes to the healing process by supporting and protecting the injured structures from further stress or damage.
This is done by a World Health Organization-trained wheelchair service provider and trainer.
Dry Needling utilizes acupuncture needles to stimulate trigger points in muscles and fascia. It is a technique done by trained physical therapists and osteopaths.