Ankle injuries can cause significant pain and hinder standing, walking and running
Depending on the area being treated, the physiotherapist may require you to change clothes to fully assess the problem area. If you have relevant X-ray, Ultrasound, CT, MRI scans please bring these and the reports with you to your initial visit. If you are taking Prescription or alternative medication your Physiotherapist will also require you…
Our physiotherapists are all skilled and highly experienced in managing any musculoskeletal problem or sports injury that you may experience. Each Physio has their own individual ‘special interests’ and these can be read through the practitioners profile if you are seeking something very specific in the way of treatment. See more about our Physios (LINK)
Our reception staff are familiar with most conditions which are managed by our Physios. If unsure, they will check with the Physio at the time of your enquiry to ensure that your condition can be appropriately managed by physiotherapy.
This varies between individual conditions but the Physio will be able to give you an idea of the time that might be necessary to resolve the problem at the initial visit.
When you see a physiotherapist there is an initial assessment. During this assessment the history of your problem will be taken, and there is also a physical assessment that will look at the affected area of your body and the area around it. The treating therapist will look at your movement patterns, muscle strength, flexibility…
Initial and subsequent consult are 30 minutes. if you require a longer appointment please ask when making a booking.
Headaches can cause significant pain and hinder daily functions.
Arthritis often causes significant discomfort and pain effecting mobility dexterity
During pregnancy, your body constantly changes. Your muscles stretch, especially those in your abdomen and your pelvic floor. Your ligaments that provide support for your joints also soften.