Virtually any condition that affects your muscles, joints, or nerves can be helped by physiotherapy. Common problems include:
- Back and neck pain
- Arthritis, osteoporosis,
- Pre & Post Natal related pain,
- Upper limb work-related problems, Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI)
- Sports injuries
- Work Injuries
- Tennis/golfers elbow
- Hip, Knee, Ankle strain
- Pre/Post Surgical Rehabilitation
- Sports Performance
- TMJ disorder or jaw pain
- Headaches or migraines
Our Physiotherapists are at the forefront of their field with years of experience treating pain and injury. They constantly undergo rigorous training and professional development to maintain the quality of care to their patients.
You will be offered complete hands on therapy accompanied with the latest technology. Thus the most up to date and effective treatment.
Our average appointment time is longer so you don’t feel rushed and the physios have enough time to accurately assess, diagnose and treat your condition. Our physios will help you to understand what is wrong and how you can help yourself get better. All of this ensures that your recovery is quicker, allowing you to get back into sports, activity, or living life without the worry of injury. We pride ourselves on going that extra mile to ensure you will amazed with our service.
What does a physiotherapy treatment involve
Before any action is taken your physiotherapist will assess your condition, diagnose the problem, and help you understand what’s wrong. Our physio will work with you to develop a treatment plan that takes into account your lifestyle, leisure activities, and general health. This will include advice on how you could self manage your condition; for example, you may be shown exercises that you can do between treatment sessions.
Physiotherapists use a variety of treatments.
We take care to accurately assess, diagnose and treat you using the best methods available to ensure a faster recovery.
- Exercise programs, including exercise in water and group exercise programs designed to improve mobility and strengthen muscles
- Joint manipulation and mobilisation to reduce pain and stiffness
- Muscle re-education
- Hot and cold packs
- Electrotherapy to relieve pain, reduce swelling, speed up the healing process
- Dry needling
- Clinical Pilates