About Us

An acclaimed name in his field, Revive Physiotherapy And Fitness Centre in Anna Nagar East, Chennai is one of the most distinguished and recognized practitioners in the orthopaedics discipline of medicine. The doctor deals with the problems related to the musculoskeletal system which is concerned with the correction of spinal and bony deformities in children as well as adults. This clinic is situated at a convenient location in Anna Nagar East. F block 4th street is popular landmarks in the clinic’s close vicinity that make spotting the establishment rather easy. The doctor, with his experience in the field, has been practicing for a substantial number of years. Having received specialized training from several eminent national and international medical centres, the doctor owns immense credibility.


Our Services

Home Care Physiotherapy

Home-based physiotherapy services provide assessment and treatments to Canadians in their homes and communities for many conditions, including, stroke, heart failure, Parkinson’s disease, and recovery from hip-replacement surgery

Weight Loss Program

High-protein diets can also reduce cravings and obsessive thoughts about food by 60%, reduce the desire for late-night snacking by half, and make you so full that you automatically eat 441 fewer calories per day — just by adding protein to your diet

Neuro Physiotherapy

Neurological physiotherapy involves the treatment of people with movement and function disorders that have originated from problems within the body’s nervous and neuromuscular system. … Functional Neurological Disorders. Stroke, CVA or TIA. Spinal cord and traumatic brain injuries

Fracture Treatment

Treatment often involves resetting the bone in place and immobilising it in a cast or splint to give it time to heal. Sometimes, surgery with rods, plates and screws may be required.

Facial Paralysis

Facial paralysis is a loss of facial movement due to nerve damage. Your facial muscles may appear to droop or become weak. It can happen on one or both sides of the face. Common causes of facial paralysis include: infection or inflammation of the facial nerve.

Bone Trauma

This nerve travels a complex course through the temporal bone, confined within a prolonged bony canal that is, in some cases, not much greater in diameter than the nerve itself. The susceptibility of the nerve to paralysis can be attributed to these anatomic factors.