Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy is one of the allied health professions that, by using mechanical force and movements (bio-mechanics or kinesiology), manual therapy, exercise therapy, and electrotherapy, remediates impairments and promotes mobility and function. Physical therapy is used to improve a patient's quality of life through examination, diagnosis, prognosis and physical intervention.


Why Physiotherapy?

  • Did You Know?

    Physiotherapists are considered experts in the treatment of musculo-skeletal injuries and possess in-depth knowledge of how the body works and moves.

    They assist people to restore, maintain, and maximize strength, function, movement, and overall well-being. Their role includes the hands-on clinical assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of various conditions, injuries, and disabilities.Some examples of conditions treated include back pain, neck pain, knee pain, muscle tension, headaches, sciatica, sports injuries, and joint pain such as whiplash, arthritis, diabetes, spinal cord injury, nerve conditions, post-surgical, etc. Questions? Book a Free 15 minute consultation with our Physiotherapist!

  • Additional Info

    Prevention: Maintain A Toned Physique.

    Prevention is a key role for Physiotherapists. Physiotherapy promotes toned muscles and most physiotherapy patients find they have gained strength and muscle and lost fat after a few weeks of consistently going to their therapy sessions and performing their home exercises regularly.

  • Help & Support

    Personal Independence and the pursuit of the perfect posture.

    njury can easily effect activities of daily living and occupational performance. Pain can be a major barrier inhibiting personal independence, through limitation in movement and function. Would you like to be one of those people who seem to naturally have great posture? Physiotherapy can help you get there. While good posture requires thought and effort at first, over time it gets easier. It also becomes more natural as you strengthen your core muscles, which a physiotherapist can help you do.

  • Restore

    physiotherapy
  • Maintain

    physiotherapy
  • Physical Independence

    physiotherapy
Privacy Policy