Programmes that Teach & Treat

Holistic Programmes that Teach & Treat

On a regular basis, we would conduct workshops and talks targeted at the general public, specialized workshops for those preferring a specific focus, such as Childbirth Education, be they patients, their family members, or staff of companies that care. While some of these are purely educational, the others incorporate self-care techniques with hands-on sessions. Some of our highly demanded programmes are:

1. KID Steps

Our children face as much risks as adults where back pain is concerned. Silent spinal damages can start from as early as school going years and are caused by heavy school bags, sports and excessive desk work, such as when preparing for exams or working on computers.

Some of the most commonly affected areas are the back and the ankles. Children need to be educated on the accurate way of handling their heavy school bags and be taught on how to avoid getting hurt while active in sports. Early rectification will mean less permanent damages, and thus, less reason for pain, when they enter adulthood.

2. Pre- and Post-natal Care


  • Pre-natal care:
    At different stages of the pregnancy, the expectant mother experiences different levels of pain and discomfort, such as back pain, leg edema, fatigue, abdominal muscle separation (diastasis), frequent urination and shortness of breath. With appropriate guidance, these conditions can be alleviated through relevant deep tissue massage, stretching and strengthening exercises and maintaining proper postures as the pregnancy gets heavy.

  •  Post-natal care:
    After childbirth, the new mother should continue to focus on pelvic floor muscles, prolapse prevention, urinary incontinence and strengthening abdominal support. We will help with how you should handle the baby without hurting yourself. With a full recuperation, you will get to enjoy motherhood and be well-prepared for more pregnancies to come.


3. Counselling

It is traumatic when in the midst of our lives, we have a stroke, or when a family member suffers one. It feels as if our lives have been totally messed up.

How do we cope with the depression and frustration that come with a long healing process? How we cope with the sudden change in the way we used to communicate with one another, especially when speech is affected? And when a loved one can no longer be physically active?

In many cases, not only the patient needs to be counselled, but the family members as well. At Steps & Providence, we want to help both with the stroke itself, and the invisible side of it. Talk to us.