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5 physiotherapists with over 35 years of collective experience will attend to your rehabilitation requirements. Our skilled practitioners will provide:

  • a comprehensive assessment, ensuring your concerns are heard
  • a detailed explanation of findings along with a diagnosis,
  • and education on the latest evidence based  management techniques.

We have a “hands on” approach so that you can resume your normal lifestyle as soon as possible. They will do this in a professional, ethical and responsible manner.

Our physiotherapists have excellent professional relationships with various specialists, coaches, trainers and colleagues to ensure a multi disciplinary approach when required for a timely and effective result.


Physiotherapists have extensive experience & success with treating (but not limited to):


  • Sports Injuries
  • Sports specific rehabilitation programs
  • Necks and Backs
  • Headaches
  • Jaw pain - Temporomandibular dysfunction (TMD)
  • Joint, Muscle and Nerve Injuries
  • Womens Health Issues
  • Work Injuries
  • Motor Vehicle Accident Injuries
  • Posture Related Problems
  • Rectifying muscle recruitment patterns
  • Post Operative Management

In order to achieve an effective and successful return to activities of daily living, the physiotherapists may utilise a variety of treatment techniques including:

  • Joint mobilisation/manipulation
  • Soft tissue massage, trigger point therapy and dry needling
  • Muscle stretching, strength and conditioning
  • Dynomometer strength assessment
  • Compex - Muscle stimulation device
  • Biomechanical & ergonomic assessment and correction
  • Neural mobilisations
  • Proprioceptive/balance exercises
  • Video analysis of sporting techniques
  • Sports strapping and bracing
  • Exocast (removable casts allowing to wash, dry or itch your skin)
  • Thermoplastic splints

What is Physiotherapy?

If you have ever had a muscle, joint, nerve or bone injury, or some other condition that caused you to lose some or all of your functional movement, you would most likely have been referred to a physiotherapist. Physiotherapy deals with restoring and maintaining functional movement in individuals throughout the lifespan. Such movement may be compromised through aging, sickness, disease or injury.

Physiotherapy is concerned with the physical, psychological, emotional and social well being of the individual. As such the benefits of physiotherapy are many and varied. For the individual suffering from cardiopulmonary disorders (COPD) physiotherapy can help the person regain condition through supervised ambulation and manual therapy to assist in clearing lung secretions. In orthopedic cases, like hip or knee surgery, physiotherapy can train a person how to use an assistive device to ambulate safely until he/she can walk independently without a device. Strengthening exercises also form part of the treatment to help regain lost strength. Neurological disorders like stroke, spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury and others also respond well to physiotherapy.

In helping to rehabilitate the patient, a physiotherapist makes use of a lot of different modalities to achieve the desired outcome. Hot packs may be used to treat pain and loosen tight muscles in preparation for exercise. Cold packs also help to relieve pain while other modalities like TENS, E-stim, ultrasound and laser treatment help get rid of pain and trigger points that cause pain.

A physiotherapist can sometimes work as a part of a team of rehabilitation specialists all working together for the benefit of the patient. Patient safety is a major issue in physiotherapy. A patient who is unsafe in his/her ambulation or in using a walker or some other assistive device is a patient who is prone to recurring injury. To ensure your safety, we take much care to train you in the proper methods of transferring from one area to another and in the safe way to use an assistive device. We also make recommendations on the best type of mobility aids for your condition. Training in the proper way to exercise and in the use of exercise equipment also fall within the domain of physiotherapy.

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