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Physiotherapy is concerned with:

  • Assessing, treating and preventing human movement disorders
  • Restoring normal function
  • Minimising dysfunction and pain
  • Preventing recurring injuries and disability in the workplace, at home, or during recreational activities
  • Promoting community health for all age groups

Physiotherapists use:

  • Skilled evaluation,
  • Skilled hands on therapy such as mobilisation, manipulation, massage and accupressure;
  • Individually designed exercise programmes, relaxation techniques,
  • Specialised electrotherapy equipment and biofeedback,
  • Heat, ice and traction to relieve pain and assist healing and recovery,
  • Suitable walking aids, splints and appliances,
  • Patient education

Conditions Treated:

  • Muscle Strains – Groin, Quad, Hamstring, Calf
  • Tendinopathy/Tendinitis – Achilles, Patella, Plantar Fascia
  • Ligament Sprains – Ankle, Knee
  • Surgical Repair – Cruciate ligaments, Cartilage Removal, Shoulder/Knee/Ankle Arthroscopy
  • Tempero Mandibular Joint Pain (TMJ)
  • Headache
  • Backpain

Our Treatment Approach

  • Exclusive one-on-one treatment sessions
  • Manual therapy, massage and myofascial release techniques form part of our Hands On approach
  • 30-45 Minute treatment sessions are allocated per visit and allow for extra time should it be required
  • Clients will be required to perform exercises as part of their treatment sessions
  • Clients will be required to follow a home based exercise/stretching routine
  • Clients receive Dry-Needling/Acupuncture during the course of their treatment

Points to Consider

  • Your condition may require multiple visits and a strict rehabilitation protocol
  • Failure to comply with the protocol will not only negatively affect the outcome of your treatment, but will lead to dissatisfaction and disappointment with your progress
  • We are committed to providing services to the best of our abilities and expect the same effort from clients attending our clinic