Physiotherapy involves the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of pain and dysfunction. We seek to give you an accurate diagnosis of your pain in conjunction with seeking the underlying cause, whether that be traumatic, biomechanical, nutritional or even purely postural.
The clinician will conduct a medical history and a full assessment before making a diagnosis. They will then offer a course of treatment that may include manual therapy, dry needling, nutritional advice and exercise. Modalities such as ultrasound or infra red may be utilised to enhance healing and reduce pain as required.
Our Physios believe in empowering you as a patient to contribute towards your own healing. Through a thorough education on your condition whether post surgical, traumatic or chronic we hope that you will grasp management strategies to hasten your own recovery.
Common Conditions Treated with Physiotherapy
Pain syndromes/Sports Injuries
- Neck/Back Pain
- Radiculopathies (nerve pain)
- Tennis/Golfers Elbow (pain on the outside or inside of your elbow)
- Plantar Fasciitis and other heel pain.
- Patellofemoral Knee Pain (or pain at the front of the knee)
- Patella tendonitis/tendonosis (Jumpers Knee)
- Shoulder impingement
Commonly Treated Post Surgical Conditions
- Ligament repairs (e.g. ACL)
- Mensicus Repairs/Menisectomies
- Tendon repairs (e.g. Rotator cuff/Achilles tendon)
- Labral Repairs (Hip and shoulder)