Spinal and Joint Mobilisation
Mobilisation is a passive movement applied to painful or stiff spinal or peripheral joints.
Massage and Trigger Point Therapy
Trigger Point Therapy releases a tight knot or band within a muscle which causes pain and shortening of the muscle.
Neural Tissue Mobilisation
Neural mobilisation is a gentle movement technique used by physiotherapists to restore mobility of injured nerves.
Dry needling is used to release muscular trigger points.
Taping can aid recovery of joint pain, relax muscle spasm and assist in injury prevention.
Treatment includes Epley Manoeuvre and rehab exercises for vestibular hypofunction.
Addresses muscle imbalances and includes stretches, strengthening, balance and proprioception exercises.
Ergonomic Work Assessment
Ensures that a worker’s workstation is ergonomically designed to minimise the risk of injury and maximise productivity.
Pain Neuroscience Education
Is an educational approach that focuses on teaching people about chronic pain.