K. Duenphen Palsarn
I’ve suffered from office syndrome for years, along with having injuries from playing various sports. To the point that my doctor wanted me to do surgery, which I did not want to do. I went to visit a physiotherapy clinic instead and met the BPC team.

Everyone has been a revelation to me and has constantly pushed me to go further and injury was not required. They always remember my name, who I am and what is happening to me.

I could really feel their sincerity and I could also see the results of the pain going away. Along with therapy, all the therapists always showed me the way I should sit and what I should do to make sure the pain does not come back again. There were many stretches taught to me as well.

Most importantly, the talk therapy. They always had a great conversation piece, were friendly, at ease, and never made me feel like this was my personal struggle. We were in it together and together we solved our way out. Thank you!

Polwat Palkawong Na Ayutthaya
First time I did physiotherapy was when I had office syndrome and it never went away, until I went to the right place and met the right person. Bum at BPC cleared me and solved my problems. She was very knowledgeable, attentive, and took down all my history before deciding to diagnose me. Since then, I’ve been a regular with Bum for years.

What was clear to me is that my symptoms went away rather quickly and Bum always showed me the way to exercise and strengthen my body so that my pain would not come back. Thankfully I have listened and I no longer have this problem.
Separately, I have also had knee injuries from sports and Bum has trained me to get back to playing football again.

Pichet Hong Han
After my accident, and I was home for 1 month recovering, I got diagnosed with urinary tract infection and the staff at the hospital recommended that I should do. After 1 month of physiotherapy at the hospital, I got better. Oh, I forgot to mention, my accident left me paralyzed, and I am now in a wheelchair for life.

The physiotherapist who saved my life back then? K. Bum at BPC. She’s been a revelation to me and below is what I could do before physiotherapy and after physiotherapy.

1. Could not lift either side of my arms
2. I would faint very fast and feel dizzy all the time
3. I could hardly turn my neck left and right
4. I had less oxygen in my body

After Physiotherapy:
1. Both my shoulders a lot stronger and I’m able to paint again
2. I can sit for longer, prolonged periods and the dizziness is gone
3. I can turn left and right finally

Mr. Aekapong Anthony Pansuwannakee
I've been doing therapy with Khun Boom for a while now.

From the beginning I couldn't lift my arm because of severe muscle inflammation, but my arm is so much better nowadays and Khun Boom is a big part of that.

She is a friendly and kind individual who really cares about her patients. She would always give her best to help me and will not end each session before she is certain that I really feel better. She would teach me how to exercise and train the muscles. Also, she is always punctual with every appointment.

Overall, I'm very impressed with her five stars service.

Siriwan Yodsrichinda
I’ve been having pain in my right shoulder for years, from prolonged use of sitting in front of a computer. Just pressing a mouse would hurt until I cannot use it anymore. Thankfully I met BPC. They helped me check my body, found out that my right shoulder was very tensed, and actually down to my elbow too. Turns out, my pain that is in my shoulder radiated from my elbow, something I had no idea of! Finally, I was enlightened to physiotherapy and then understood the ways to fix myself.

Initially I was both worried and skeptical, but with the teams help, using shockwave therapy, laser treatments, and exercises after, I am pain free again. Everyone is very attentive, knows their job and made me feel very confident that I was at the right place.

My condition got better, step by step and finally I’m able to get back to work again. However, my therapists did warn me that I would have to change my sitting position and strengthen my muscles if I did not want the injuries to relapse again. In any case, I also enjoyed the conversations we had as everyone was really friendly all the time.