Frequently Asked Questions

How Do I Book an Appointment at Anatomy Rehab?

Its super easy to book your appointment with us by either:

Call or WhatsApp us on 056 409 8353 (DIFC Branch) or 055 686 1886 (Palm Branch)
Write to us via
Link contact form

Is there Parking at Anatomy Rehab Clinics?

YES – Both of the Anatomy Rehab Dubai Clinics have free underground parking.
Please refer to our contact page for more details and directions.


Can I Claim my Session on my Medical Insurance?

YES – At Anatomy because we are DHA Licensed you can claim all sessions back on your medical insurance but this is policy dependent as what insurance companies cover varies policy to policy.

We will provide you will an email or hard copy after your session with your invoice and insurance form.

Do I Need a Doctors Referral for Physiotherapy or Chiropractic Treatment?

If you are not claiming on your medical insurance then you do not need a referral to come for a session at Anatomy Rehab. Our therapists are highly skilled in assessing and diagnosing your problem and will always refer you to a Medical Specialist if further investigations are required.

If you are wanting to claim on medical insurance then you may require a Doctors referral for Physiotherapy/Chiropractic treatment if your insurer requires this. We always advise you to call and check this with your insurer.

Are the Therapists at Anatomy Rehab DHA Licensed?

YES – All of the Physios, Chiropractors, Sports Massage Therapists and Osteopaths at Anatomy Rehab Clinics are fully DHA Licensed and highly experienced.

How long will my Physiotherapy Session Last?

All Physiotherapy sessions at Anatomy Rehab are 45 minutes which we feel allows your Physiotherapist to assess you condition and also give treatment in every session including the first one.

Will my Therapist Assess me Prior to Treatment?

YES – A thorough orthopaedic assessment will be done by your therapist in the initial session in order to diagnose you and also formulate a treatment plan to treat your needs and target problem areas.

What is the Difference between Dry Needling and Acupuncture?

Dry needling is a form of Acupuncture that specifically targets trigger points in muscles and also used to treat fascia. The needles and insertion technique is exactly the same as with acupuncture. Dry needling is commonly used by our trained therapists as an adjunct to other manual therapy and rehabilitation techniques to treat musculoskeletal conditions.

What are the most Common Conditions Treated at Anatomy Rehab?

– Knee Pain and Injury
– Shoulder pain
– Back and Neck pain
– Ankle Sprains
– Pre and Post-Surgical Cases
– Pre and Post Natal
– Paediatrics
– Muscle Injuries
– Sciatica
– Tennis Elbow
– Postural Problems
– Sports Injuries
– Running Gait and Biomechanics

For any further questions or if you did not find the answer you were looking for please WhatsApp or Call the team on 0564098353.