Physiotherapists are University trained Health professionals who use a wide range of evidence- based and clinically tested techniques. They consider each patient as a whole, not just as an isolated body part, and treat an extensive range of conditions. Physio’s work closely with GP’s, surgeons and other health professionals to acheive optimal outcomes for their patients.
Our Physios use a ’hands-on’ approach including joint mobilisation, soft tissue massage and release techniques. We also offer exercise and stretch prescription, electrophysical modalities such as ultrasound, hot & cold therapy, ergonomic and postural advice, Clinical Pilates, education and advice. Our exceptionally friendly and caring Physio’s will take the time to listen to your needs and concerns, and , after a thorough assesment, design a custom-made treatment approach striving to reach your goals as quickly as possible.
Some of the conditions we treat include
- Back and neck pain
- Sporting Injuries
- Joint and Muscle problems
- Ligament and tendon issues
- Bone injuries and fractures
- Pre and post surgical rehabilitation
- Women’s health / Incontinence
- Balance problems and Falls prevention
- Work place injuries
- Overuse injuries
- Chest congestion / pneumonia
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