Why Physiotherapy?

Do you have muscular or joint pain? Do you have pain or limited movement following surgery, an accident or an injury? Do you have back or neck pain or suffer from headaches? Is a cardiac condition hindering you from performing your normal activities of daily living? Are you suffering from arthritis? Do you experience difficulty moving as a result of a stroke, Parkinson's disease or another condition? Have you lost strength and balance as a result of aging? All of the above and more are reasons to see us.

Physiotherapists use their manual skills including massage and joint mobilisation, they prescribe therapeutic exercises, and they use physical agent modalities such as ultrasound to treat a variety of conditions and to help individuals restore or attain normal functional movement.

Why People See Us

Arthritic complaints

Asthma

Back problems

Cardiovascular disease

Core stability

Diabetes

Ergonomic consulting

Fibromyalgia

Flexibility

Incontinence

Injury prevention

Joint injuries

Mobility independence

Motor vehicle accident rehabilitation

Multiple sclerosis

Musculoskeletal conditions

Neck pain and headaches

Neurological problems

Nutrition

Occupational rehabilitation

Osteoarthritis

Osteoporosis

Paediatrics

Post-fracture rehabilitation

Post-operative rehabilitation

Posture correction

Pregnancy

Sciatica

Scoliosis

Sports psychology

Stroke rehabilitation

Tingling or numbness

Whiplash