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NECK AND BACK PAIN
One of the most common reasons for someone to seek out a physiotherapist is pain in the back or neck. Sometime this is spinal related, and sometimes simply related to muscle strain. Pain, stiffness, loss of movement or lack of tolerance to sitting/standing can all be managed with the help of a physiotherapy assessment.
Get back on the park faster! Learn from us how much that injury needs protecting, and how much you can push yourself while recovering. Sports injuries from the acute and debilitating, to persistent niggles that just won't go away are an everyday matter for us.
JOINT REPLACEMENTS AND ORTHOPAEDICS
Major surgery is a daunting prospect, but unfortunately many of us end up needing it to help us achieve our best quality of life. Physiotherapy isn't limited to rehabilitation after orthopaedic surgery either, 'pre-habilitating' in many cases can strengthen joints before surgery to make recovery an easier process.
DIZZINESS, VERTIGO AND CONCUSSION
Feel like the room is spinning? Perhaps we can help, as exercises can be a first line treatment for the most common causes of vertigo.
Struggling to get back on with sport and life after a head trauma? For many concussion improves with rest, but unfortunately persistent symptoms exist. Physiotherapy can help with neck pain, dizziness, balance problems or fatigue related problems after a concussion episode.
Injured at work? Rehabilitating an injury is one thing, but adapting to an extended period away from your job can be a whole added challenge. Get your body right for work by increasing your fitness under the expert guidance of a physiotherapist.
GROUP EXERCISE CLASSES
Our group exercise classes are conducted within the clinic in small sessions with a maximum of 4 people per class. After an initial consultation with one of our physiotherapists we will tailor an exercise program specified to your individual needs. Once this program is established you are free to join one of our morning or afternoon group classes to add a social aspect to your developing health and fitness.