I-Shall™ Programme

Enhance Your Recovery with Robotics Rehabilitation Therapy

I-ShallTM Programme is developed by a multi-disciplinary group comprising physiotherapists, occupational therapists and speech therapists, focusing on restoring functional abilities and revitalising life beyond challenges. Depending on your rehabilitation needs and conditions, we are able to tailor a personalised rehabilitation plan, with a combination of any of the five key areas in our I-ShallTM Programme.


Regain or improve your walking capabilities through intensive gait-specific training, using robotic devices and approach-specific interventions such as:
  • Robot-assisted gait trainer (Lokomat Nanos)
  • Instrumented treadmill with body weight support and augmented virtual reality system for gait, balance assessment and training (C-Mill VR+)
  • Neurodevelopmental treatment (NDT)
  • Ceiling hoist path


Restore upper limb and hand function through intensive task-specific training, thereby allowing you to carry out activities of daily living independently.
  • Upper limb robotic devices (ArmeoSpring, ArmeoSenso and EsoGLOVE)
  • Constraint-induced movement therapy (CIMT)


Boost your confidence in daily social settings with a comprehensive programme for individuals with tracheotomy tubes or Parkinson’s disease, to improve clarity of speech and volume. We also work with clients on palliative care on end-of-life conversations and provide training for caregivers of clients with dementia on feeding and daily communication.


Regain strength, stamina, coordination and agility when resuming your current sports or fitness routine or explore and trial new leisure activities through the use of assistive devices.


Explore the possibilities to return to your previous employment with task or environmental modifications or discover alternative meaningful vocations such as volunteering.


  • St Luke’s ElderCare Bukit Batok Centre
  • St Luke’s ElderCare Active Ageing Hub@Northshore
  • St Luke’s ElderCare Salem Centre

Referral can only be made through a registered medical doctor or a registered AHPC healthcare professional.

For further enquiries, please email referrals_admissions@slec.org.sg or call 6717 2777.

Please click here to refer a patient for this programme.