• Spinal Pain

    Spinal pain involves pain whose origin is in the neck, thoracic spine (middle back) or low back. These are very common issues in our community however there are many varying causes and management choices. Physiotherapists are skilled in managing spinal pain of all types.

  • Headaches

    Cervical or cervicogenic headaches are headaches caused by abnormalities in the cervical (neck and head) region. They are frequently caused by joint or muscular dysfunction in the neck, and may be precipitated by poor posture, stress/tension or a combination of these.

  • Women’s Health

    Women’s health is a branch of physiotherapy dedicated to those problems that affect women exclusively, particularly relating to pregnancy, childbirth and menopause. A significant part of managing women’s health problems involves pelvic floor dysfunction.

  • Musculoskeletal Problems

    The term ‘musculoskeletal problems’ is used to describe a variety of conditions that affect the muscles, bones, and joints. These problems are extremely common, and risk increases with age.

  • Sports Injuries

    Sports injuries are those that occur while playing or training in a sporting activity. They may be either as a result of a trauma or overuse of a body part or specific tissue.

  • Dry Needling/Acupuncture

    Dry needling is a technique used by our physiotherapists to stimulate certain points in the body to assist in reducing pain or muscle tissue abnormality.

  • Exercise Programs

    Exercise programs are able to be devised and tailored to meet the needs of each individual client, with modification and progression along the course of their rehabilitation.

  • Pilates & Fitball

    Pilates and fitball exercises can be used to help with alignment, breathing, strengthening and improving coordination and balance while recovering from injury.

  • Rehabilitation

    Rehabilitation is a treatment or course of treatments designed to aid in the process of recovery from injury, illness, or disease to as normal a condition as possible.

  • Hydrotherapy

    Hydrotherapy involves exercise based therapy in the comfort of a pool heated to around 34°C.


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