An objective assessment of an individual’s mobility, transfer skills and ADL’s, used to establish a baseline for setting rehabilitation goals.
The passive movement of a joint done by the Physiotherapist to aid in restoring motion and relieving pain.
This aims to restore full mobility of a joint by applying a single rapid thrust.
Biomechanical and Gait:
The analysis of the ability of the patient to walk. The assessment will have static and dynamic aspects to it, addressing key areas such as muscular strength, joint movement, balance, posture, sensory perception and spatial awareness.
The mixture of different massage techniques addressing the needs of sportsmen and women to aid in their performance.
Acupuncture Dry Needling:
Also known as intramuscular stimulation, this is where acupuncture needles are inserted directly into myofascial trigger points in the muscle to relieve pain.
Whiplash and Trauma treatment:
A thorough assessment of your mechanism of injury, range of motion of the joint involved, your symptoms and imaging to help us come up with the best pain management techniques, specific active release work, exercises and education for you.
Lower back, Sciatica and neck education and treatment:
A thorough subjective and objective assessment will be undertaken to determine the best treatment program for you.
When too good for Physiotherapy, this rehabilitation is the bridge between Physiotherapy and independent participation in your sport or hobby. It focuses on strengthening your specific weaknesses, alignments and postures.
Strength and Conditioning programs: Our specific programs are tailored to your individual needs, which help towards achieving or surpassing your goals.
Deep Oscillation Hivimat Treatment:
This is a technology which creates an electrostatic field in the tissue of the patient which aids with wound healing, pain relief, oedema and haematoma reduction, improves tissue quality, pre and post-operative therapy and lymphedema.
A rehabilitative technique that provides support and stability to muscles and joints without restricting the body’s range of motion.