Physiotherapy

The Osteopathic Health Centre offers world class physiotherapy with a large team of physios specialising in different areas. Our goal is to help boost the quality of your life and get you back to the condition you were in before the injury or illness.

Our Services

To help prevent and rehabilitate sports injuries (sprains /strains, irritable shoulders, ligament injuries, ACL rehab etc.) May incorporate but not limited to: – Fitness testing – Strength and conditioning. – Personal Training. – Education
Help with the musculoskeletal changes and adaptation of the body pre and post delivery. Supporting mothers through their pregnancy and after to prevent and treat any musculoskeletal disorders.
Manual Therapy is a clinical approach using specialised and skilled “hands on” therapy to decrease pain, improve joint mobility, soft tissue and nerve dysfunction.
Management of acute and chronic pain will differ, your physiotherapist will address the key issues and depending on the nature of injury /condition may involve a multidisciplinary approach to optimise management and treatment.
Developmental care helping children with disabilities achieve optimal physical development and milestones. Specialised treatment involving movement and neuromuscular training strategies to help overcome their limitations.
Dry needling treats underlying muscular trigger points for the management of neuromusculoskeletal pain and improves range of motion. It can help resolve many problems such as neck pain, low back pain, spinal and joint dysfunction, sciatica, migraines and tennis elbow.
Used as an adjunct or as point-of-care testing for clinical and research purposes. Typically used to evaluate and monitor musculoskeletal pathology, tendons, ligaments and muscle injuries and can help identify healing stages.
Cupping is a healing modality used for pain relief. Special cups are placed onto targeted areas of the body creating a vacuum or suction force. Although the theory of cupping is not fully understood it is thought to stimulate blood flow, improving circulation to the area being treated which aids the healing process.
Women’s Health is a specialised form of therapy for ante-natal, post-natal and gynecological patients. Your women’s health physiotherapist will focus on your pelvic health though specialist assessment and rehabilitation for pelvis, bladder and bowel pain and dysfunction.
MLD is a specialised form of massage which helps to treat lymphodema. MLD is designed to stimulate the lymphatic system by using highly specialized techniques to restore drainage and find new pathways to drain lymph.
Ergonomics is the scientific study of people at work. The goal of ergonomics is to reduce stress and eliminate injuries and disorders associated with the overuse of muscles, bad posture and repeated tasks.
Pulmonary rehabilitation is an intervention for people who may suffer from respiratory disease and lung conditions.
Fascia is the connective tissue which connects the structures of the body. Trauma, pathology and surgery can alter the fibrous structure of fascia leading to fibrosis which can cause musculoskeletal dysfunction. Myofascial release is a technique used to relieve the tension, restore balance and help ease pain and improve function.
Whiplash-associated disorders can result in persistent neck and shoulder pain, stiffness, arm tingling and numbness and headaches. Due to the changes in motor behaviour and the complexity of muscular impairment it is essential to see an experienced therapist to avoid chronic and persisting symptoms.

Physiotherapy aimed at addressing the TMJ by reducing pain and inflammation as well as addressing any other areas that may be a contributing factor.

ESWT is a non-invasive treatment technique administered to musculoskeletal tissues. It can provide analgesic relief, boost the cellular function of the affected structures and in turn improve mobility and function to the injured areas.
Deep tissue massage to helps promote healthy functioning of the musculoskeletal system by re-aligning soft tissue, breaking adhesions and improving the range of movement.
Specialized massage to decrease muscle stiffness and lactic acid build up to help optimum recovery post sport.
ESWT is a non-invasive treatment technique administered to musculoskeletal tissues. It can provide analgesic relief, boost the cellular function of the affected structures and in turn improve mobility and function to the injured areas.
BPPV is an inner ear disorder where changes to the position of the head can lead to symptoms of vertigo. Treatment involves a short, simple procedure known as Epley’s maneuver which repositions crystal particles in the inner ear helping to restore balance.
Running Analysis is a method used to identify biomechanical abnormalities in running style. We analyze your movement patterns and load bearing tendencies which can be used to identify risk of injury. Once identified you can work with your Physiotherapist to rehabilitate the areas highlighted and retrain your gait.
Reflexology is a type of massage that involves applying different amounts of pressure to the feet, hands, and ears.
Prehabilitation helps patients recover better after surgery with better coping strategies. Post op rehab works with patients to recover after surgery to gain back their functional status and independence.