Physiotherapy treatment is individualised for each patient based on the type of injury, the patient's symptoms and past history, and the therapist's assessment. The patient's goals and preferences are also taken into account.
Listed on this page are the treatment options that we offer within the scope of physiotherapy treatment. All treatment plans will include rehabilitation exercises, advice & education, and some combination of the other treatments listed on this page.
See our price list for costs of initial assessments and follow up treatments.
Individualised rehabilitation exercises are prescribed to improve strength, mobility, flexibility, balance, posture, and neuromuscular control in involved areas in order to reduce pain and improve function.
Advice & Education
Whether it's how to care for your injury, what exercises are safe to do, or the best way to control your pain, we can offer our professional advice on any question/concern you may have.
Soft Tissue Massage & Mobilisation
Soft tissue massage & mobilisation helps to reduce muscle tightness and tension and improve flexibility.
Acupuncture & Dry Needling
Dry needling uses acupuncture needles inserted into muscular trigger points to increase blood flow and oxygen in order to reduce pain and tension in a muscle.
Myofascial Dry Cupping
Myofascial cupping involves the use of specialised cups on the skin to create a vacuum to encourage circulation and reduce muscle adhesions.
Manual therapy involves hand-on techniques designed to improve mobility in stiff or painful joints. Examples include joint mobilisations, joint traction, passive joint range of motion, and passive stretches.
TECAR therapy uses a high-frequency current which stimulates the body’s natural repair mechanisms. This treatment can be used in combination with the therapist’s manual approach. Learn more about TECAR Therapy by clicking here.
Gait and Movement Analysis
Slow motion video capture and pressure mapping technology can be used to assess biomechanics during gait, jumping, squatting, and other movements.
Kinesiology taping involves the application of elastic tape to a joint to offer proprioceptive support.