Physiotherapy is a science-based profession that takes a ‘whole person’ approach to health and wellbeing in relation to your lifestyle. Physiotherapists help people affected by injury, illness or disability through movement and exercise, manual therapy, education and advice.READ MORE
Sports massage is the term applied to the discipline of using massage for the specific benefit of all sports and exercise participants. It is the vigorous manipulation of the soft tissues in the body for the athlete or active individual.READ MORE
‘Acupuncture’ simply means the insertion of small needles into the body. The purpose of this is to aid recovery by bringing about changes in muscle tension, pain and blood flow. This is achieved, not by the injection of substances through the needles, but by needling specific point locations throughout the body.READ MORE
Clinical Pilates is a Physiotherapist led matwork session that can help to get you back moving without pain. Our specialist APPI (Australian Physiotherapy Pilates Institute) Pilates instructors will focus on coaching in a 1:1 or a group online setting so that movements can be tailored and your technique can be perfected.READ MORE
Biomechanics play a large role in injury prevention and treatment by identifying and correcting imbalances in foot position, walking/running patterns and lower limb deformity. This can be achieved by assessing both your static and dynamic postures through a unique footscan® assessment using our state of the art foot scan equipment from RS Scan.READ MORE
Posture is responsible for the vast majority of desk related aches and pains, as well as being a huge contributor to movement dysfunctions and repetitive strain injuries. The new ‘normal’ posture is hunched and rounded in the upper back/shoulders and extended at the lower back, this places a huge strain on the body and can easily lead to overuse injuries.READ MORE
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