Chiropractic

Chiropractors are specialists in the diagnosis and management of spine and spine related conditions. The most common conditions that people consult a chiropractor for are back pain, neck and shoulder pain, and headaches; however, these are not the only conditions that respond to chiropractic care. Suprisingly to some, many patients that present to our practice do not have any symptoms at all - ... Read More

Chiropractors are specialists in the diagnosis and management of spine and spine related conditions. The most common conditions that people consult a chiropractor for are back pain, neck and shoulder pain, and headaches; however, these are not the only conditions that respond to chiropractic care. Suprisingly to some, many patients that present to our practice do not have any symptoms at all - they simply want to move and perform better in their chosen activities and have been made aware of our movement based approach.

Chiropractic means ‘done by hand’ and, as a manual therapy, is famous for its manipulative techniques (adjustments) for the spine and pelvis, peripheral joints and soft tissues. People are sometimes surprised that a chiropractor is interested in their hip, knee, ankle, shoulder, elbow or wrist, but as a practice with a sports injury focus, these are areas that we assess and work with every day. Whilst these manipulative skills are highly effective and largely unique to the profession, they are not the only approach that modern chiropractors use.

We promote active care and prefer a collaborative approach with our patients. Accordingly, we advise on topics such as exercise prescription, stretches, ergonomics and stress management.


Myotherapy

Myotherapy translates to 'muscle therapy' and is the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of soft tissue pain and dysfunction. Myotherapists use a number of techniques including massage, dry needling, joint mobilisation, muscle energy technique and exercise rehabilitation. Although many patients present with pain, you do not have to be in pain to see a Myotherapist, as myotherapy assessment... Read More

Myotherapy translates to 'muscle therapy' and is the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of soft tissue pain and dysfunction. Myotherapists use a number of techniques including massage, dry needling, joint mobilisation, muscle energy technique and exercise rehabilitation. Although many patients present with pain, you do not have to be in pain to see a Myotherapist, as myotherapy assessments can identify areas of dysfunction that may lead to pain if not managed correctly.


Remedial Massage

Remedial massage focuses on a specific area of the body that is producing pain or not performing correctly and treats the muscles, tendons, ligaments and connective tissue with the aim to regain full range of motion and decrease pain. In remedial massage there are multiple techniques used including, deep tissue, myofascial tensioning, cupping, trigger point, application of heat and stretching. ... Read More

Remedial massage focuses on a specific area of the body that is producing pain or not performing correctly and treats the muscles, tendons, ligaments and connective tissue with the aim to regain full range of motion and decrease pain. In remedial massage there are multiple techniques used including, deep tissue, myofascial tensioning, cupping, trigger point, application of heat and stretching. All of these techniques are designed to increase blood flow and reduce muscle tension.



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