- Back and Joint Treatment
We use a variety of techniques to treat back and joint pain. Thorough assessment allows us to determine if the joint is stiff, moves too much or perhaps is being overworked due to problems elsewhere. Treatment techniques can include mobilising or manipulating stiff joints, changing biomechanics if overuse is an issue, or strengthening programmes if the joints are too mobile. — Read More
- Soft Tissue Treatment
Soft tissue injuries are the most common injuries in sport. Soft tissue refers to the tissue that connects, supports or surrounds other structures in the body and includes muscles, ligaments, tendons, nerves, fat, blood vessels and fascia. Types of soft tissue injury include, bruising, sprains and strains. — Read More
- Dry Needling
Dry needling is used for treatment of muscle pain and involves inserting thin acupuncture type needles into tight bands or trigger spots in the muscle.
If you think you would like to try dry needling, be sure to ask the receptionist when making your booking to ensure you see one of our Physiotherapists trained in this area. — Read More