Casting – Most skeletal fractures require a period of immobilisation ( usually around 6 weeks) to allow healing of bone and soft tissue to occur.
Hydrotherapy – (Aquatic Physiotherapy) Our onsite Hydrotherapy pool helps us cater to a wide range of conditions both medical and orthopaedic. Come and enjoy an hour of exercise and fun.
Joint mobilisation – A common practise among physiotherapists where a joint is moved passively to achieve a therapeutic effect to increase joint range of motion. This is also known as Manual Therapy.
Manipulative Therapy – Manipulative Therapy is used as a means of promoting healing, increasing joint mobility and relieving pain by the use of joint and soft tissue mobilisations (occasional manipulation) and continual reassessment of treatment effectiveness each time.
Pre and post-operative conditioning and rehabilitation – exercise prescription to maximise recovery after operations such as total knee replacements for example.
Sports Therapy – Our Physiotherapy staff are active sports participants and our in-depth knowledge of spinal & limb biomechanics determines that we are able to treat a number of sporting conditions and injuries.
Ultrasound – Ultrasound is a high-frequency sound wave used to create a deep micro-massage effect of the tissues. It is used as an adjunct to other forms of therapy.