Massage and Myofascial Release

Massage and myofascial release techniques are used to treat pain and stiffness originating from the musculoskeletal system. Massage Massage is a gentle soft tissue technique involving stroking and kneading of the skin and underlying tissues. It usually involves the use of massage oil to lubricate the skin to aid the gliding motion of the therapist’s…

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COVID 19 Treatment – Acute and Chronic/ Long Covid

Covid-19 has been with for almost 2 years, and will be a part of lives for a long time to come. The impact that Covid-19 has on people experiencing ongoing symptoms beyond their acute infection is drawing increasing attention. A growing number of people continue to feel unwell quite some time after being infected with…

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Online Consultations / Telehealth

Online

Online Consultation Can online physiotherapy really work? This is a question that is on everyone’s mind when they first hear about online consultations and Physiotherapy. While traditional physio consists of hands-on treatment like massage, dry needling and spinal mobilization; Telehealth/online consultation offer creative self-treatment techniques to treat your own body. What are the benefits of…

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Exercise programmes

We believe that treatment does not stop in the rooms. A home exercise programme is important to help maintain what you gained during your physiotherapy session. It’s important to address any muscle imbalances and stiffness that might have an effect on your pain. Whether you are an athlete, or a beginner when it comes to…

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Lung and sinusitis treatments

Lung/Chest physiotherapy involves a range of techniques that address multiple lung problems. It aims to improve lung function, and thus allow patients to breathe more optimally. This is achieved by applying different techniques that assist in reducing and clearing excess phlegm that may build up as a result of infection or other causes. By clearing…

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Electrotherapy

Laser Therapy What is Laser therapy? Laser is an acronym for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. Laser therapy makes use of a single wavelength of a single colour of light that travels in a single direction. This light beam is thus concentrated in a defined body area, producing various positive physiological adaptations in…

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Strapping techniques and tapes

Physiotherapists use strapping techniques to rehabilitate sports injuries and assist athletes in injury prevention. Strapping techniques or taping help to facilitate the normal healing process by promoting blood circulation to the area. It can also block and assist certain movements to protect the injured area. Your physiotherapist will decide what type of tape to use.…

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Dry needling

What is Dry Needling? Dry needling is a technique in which your physiotherapist will insert a thin, sterile, disposable needle into a target area of your body. It is referred to as “dry” because the needle does not contain medication. The aim of dry needling is to release the trigger point in the affected tissue…

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Be Activated

What is the Be Activated treatment system? Be Activated system is a powerful new understanding of the body. Douglas Heel developed this amazing treatment technique that is used around the world. It is used effectively with a wide scope of clients including children, the elderly, social and elite sportsmen, businessmen, and office workers. When we…

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Neural Mobilisation

What is neural tissue? Neural tissue involves the nerves can that become irritated in many ways through trauma, inflammation, and infection at any point in its anatomical course. Scar tissue, tight muscles, and even joint structures can cause compression on nerves and surrounding neural structures. This irritation and compression may potentially cause nerve pain, which…

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