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Physiotherapy that focuses on the assessment, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of conditions related to muscles, bones, joints, ligaments and tendons.

Sports Injury

Injuries that occur suddenly and typically result from a specific traumatic incident or a single forceful movement during physical injury.


The spine is divided into different regions including cervical (neck), thoracic (upper/mid back), lumbar (lower back), sacroiliac joint (SIJ), and coccyx (tail bone). 

Pre and Post Surgery

This form of physiotherapy helps prepare patients for surgery, aid in a smoother recovery post surgery, and promote the best possible outcomes.

Chronic Pain

Chronic pain management addressing conditions such as arthritis, back pain, and long-standing pain. 

Acute Injury

Acute injury refers to sudden, usually traumatic, and often easily identifiable injury that occurs as a result of a specific incident or event.

Manual Therapy

Hands on therapy consisting of techniques such as joint mobilisations, myofascial releases, massage, trigger points, traction and PNF stretching. 

Exercise Perscription

Designing and recommending a specific exercise program tailored to an individual's needs, goals, and physical condition. 


Treating headaches that originate from the issues in the cervical spine, the neck region or upper back. 

Acupuncture/Dry Needling

A therapeutic technique to treat muscular pain and dysfunction. It involved the insertion of thin, solid needles into specific trigger points or knots in the muscles. 

Falls Prevention/Balance Training

Programs designed to reduce the likelihood of falls, minimise injury risk, and improve overall mobility and stability. 


Strapping and taping are techniques that can be used to support and stabilise joints, prevent injuries, and manage various musculoskeletal conditions.

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