Physiotherapy helps people affected by injury through movement, exercise and manual therapy.
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Massage can improve soft tissue flexibility, reduce fatigue, aid blood flow to reduce swelling and reduce muscle tension.
Your Physiotherapist will use very fine single-use pre-sterilised needles to stimulate specific acupuncture points on your body.
Pilates can be useful as an adjunct to Physiotherapy as a way to strengthen and rehabilitate following injury.
Workstation assessments ensure employees have good set-up and effective education to aid prevention and management of pain and injury in the workplace.
A series of tests/measurements and observations that provide information on how the joints move and the strength and flexibility of muscles.
Also known as gait analysis, our practitioners use high-speed digital equipment to record an individuals movement patterns that take place during walking, and running.
We can provide help with tendon pain, movement restriction and return to sport with Shockwave therapy. Common conditions treated are Achilles tendinopathy, Plantar fasciopathy and shoulder tendinopathies