Physiotherapists are able to successfully treat a wide variety of muscular and joint problems experienced by most of us at some time. In addition to common sprains and strains, our physiotherapists can treat spinal conditions causing headaches, back pain and sciatica.
Many problems require a muscle balance assessment with specific flexibility and strength exercises to assist postural re-education. All our Physiotherapists have or are studying towards post-graduate qualifications in Manipulative Therapy so are able to manipulate joints, where appropriate, to improve further mobility and function.
Therapists with advanced training in acupuncture can provide this approach where appropriate. Pamphlets are available in our waiting room which explain physiotherapy’s role in your rehabilitation from injury.
For your convenience and ours, we aim to be ‘on time’. Please be punctual or contact our reception as early as possible to rearrange your appointment. A non-attendance fee (our standard fee) will be charged to your account if an appointment is missed without prior notice.
From time to time it may be necessary and appropriate to involve other medical practitioners in the management of your treatment and rehabilitation. We have an excellent working relationship with a number of Allied Health Professionals who we regard as leaders in their field of expertise. A referral either directly from or via your family doctor may be appropriate and will be discussed with you. Some of the Professions that we commonly refer to include: