Read more about how our physiotherapist use their knowledge, tools, hands and machines help recovery and accelerate healing. Different techniques target specific structures, but they are always used in combination in order to get the maximum effect. It forms part of a complete treatment consultation. So, you will never be paying for only one technique, but your physiotherapist seamlessly switches between them as needed.

One treatment in isolation will not fix your problem. It’s the complete treatment package that shows the real improvement. The experience and skill of your physio makes all the difference to identify and apply the technique accurately and with precision. Our physiotherapists have years of clinical experience and in depth knowledge of your body’s anatomy considering our background in physiology and anatomical pathology. We understand different painful conditions and injuries and will know exactly what treatments are suitable to help you heal quicker.

Demonstration of physiotherapy treatment called sports massage Joint mobilization

We manipulate and mobilize soft tissue with a combination of different techniques like trigger point therapy, myofascial release and deep friction to alter movement patterns.

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Demonstration of physiotherapy treatment called Acupuncture

After making a diagnosis, needles are inserted at certain points identified by the Physiotherapist. Acupuncture needles stimulate nerve endings and activate an immune response which accelerates the healing of the tissue.

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Demonstration of physiotherapy treatment called strapping

Strapping is used to redirect forces in your body, to relieve pressure or strain off the painful area. Each type of strapping has its own function and acts on the tissue in various ways.

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Demonstration of physiotherapy treatment called ultrasound

An Ultrasound machine causes vibrations in your body’s cells. These vibrations increase the rate of cellular activity and stimulates small blood vessels to open up.

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Demonstration of physiotherapy treatment called laser therapy

As Physiotherapists, we use Low Level Laser Therapy. These lasers are called cold lasers because they do not burn. Over 4 000 studies support the effectiveness of lasers for tissue repair.

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Demonstration of physiotherapy treatment called TENS

Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) involves the application of electrical current to the affected area. This is achieved via a number of electrodes that can be fixed to the skin.

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Manual therapy is a clinical approach, based on skilled, “hands on” treatment from your physiotherapist.  Our aim is to decrease pain and increase range of motion.

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Visceral manipulation restores the normal movement of your internal organs and the connective tissue surrounding them. It is a very gentle, hands-on treatment technique.

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Inserting needles from 25mm to 100mm beneath the skin to stimulate an immune response. The clinical reasoning justifies the physiological effects.

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Some muscle spasms can be stretched, but if the origin is nerve, you’ll tear the fibers apart. Muscle tightness can guard a deeper underlying problem. If you keep on stretching, you’re working against your body’s way of protecting itself.

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Treatment of almost any injury or painful condition will involve some form of movement retraining. We use movement pattern retraining to teach you to find this safe, or ideal, zone of movement.

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The word mobilization means: to make something movable or capable of movement. In other words, joint mobilization is a treatment that involves movement of a joint with the aim of improving its capability to move.

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More than just power training and lifting weights. Strengthening is your capacity to be able to move with a certain perceived effort.  In recovery from an injury we use strengthening to rebuild your muscles to match your own ‘normal’.

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This is the ability of your nervous system to change its connections and re-wire itself in response to changes or injury. When one part gets injured, the rest is affected as well.

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This is a type of taping we use in treatment to protect an injury and enhance muscle contraction over a particular pattern. Without much effort we can redistribute forces along a pathway of contraction to unload or disperse load.

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This treatment uses a stretchable tape that recoils and assists the movement your muscles are performing.

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Physio also use cupping to dilate the capillaries, the smallest blood vessels responsible for circulation. Like a vacuum collects dust and dirt, suction cupping draws fresh circulation to the targeted area.

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A nerve treatment to ease trapped, pinched, irritated or compressed nerves. Neurodynmics is testing and restoring the movement of your nerves.

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Ice, cold therapy is a treatment that greatly reduces inflammation and swelling. Physiotherapist use cryotherapy to restrict and control cellular activity in a certain area.

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Vestibular rehabilitation therapy is used by physiotherapists to treat various vestibular symptoms like dizziness and vertigo.

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Waste products are transported by your lymp system, but many conditions and surgery breaks it down, leading waste to accumulate that presents like swelling of an arm or leg. It must be manually drained back into the portal system, and this is exactly what this treatment does.

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Do you feel like …
  • You thought the pain would get better by now

  • But the pain is still not going away, it’s just getting worse

  • Even the pain medication don’t do much

  • Frustrated by other health care staff that don’t really get you

  • Youtube stretches & DIY exercises are not working

  • No matter how much you rest it, its feels even more stiff & tight than before

This is what we can do for you

  • Diagnose the root cause of your problem

  • Find & treat the origin of your pain

  • Speed up your recovery with the right set of exercises

  • Lower or completely stop your need for painkillers

  • Avoid dangerous & costly surgery, and painful injections

  • Get you back to your life as soon & safely as possible