Restore Motion, Restore Life
Pain is never a normal part of life. It’s our body’s way of warning us that something is wrong so that we can take action to protect our body from further damage – and more pain. When this happens, you need gold-standard, proven rehabilitation that is as unique as you are. This is exactly what we deliver to every patient, alongside the support and knowledge to empower you to stay healthy, happy and active for many years to come.
What You Can Expect From Us
To recover well and feel your best, you need leading, proven rehabilitation that is uniquely tailored to your pain, body and lifestyle.
Longer appointments mean you get the time and care you need – because caring for your health should never be rushed.
Many keys to optimum recovery lie in the information you share with us about yourself, your history, and the events around when your pain began.
Effective healthcare doesn’t just relieve symptoms now, but gets to the roots to help you well into the future.
Can Physiotherapy Help Me?
If you’re experiencing any musculoskeletal pain or discomfort, whether it’s from an injury, an accident, or the repetitive stresses of your day, there’s a good chance that we can help you. We also work extensively with those wanting to improve their strength, technique over a large number of sports, ergonomics and general efficiency of their body. We’ve had great results in helping people who have not had success with previous treatments.
Small Lifestyle Changes, Big Improvements
We often see patients whose goal is to correct their posture. Their biggest challenge is that they don’t know how to do so effectively, and end up over-correcting their posture – which may lead to a different set of issues! This is why we have a strong focus on education – because once you understand what’s happening and the muscles involved, you can make the right changes, often small, that can lead to large long-term improvements.
You’ll realise that your deep postural muscles may be ineffective or switched off, because they’re being overpowered by the big outer muscles that have taken over this postural role – though not very well! The smallest of changes can allow the larger outer muscles to be used for shorter bouts of strength rather than trying to maintain posture – which they weren’t designed to do in the first place!
This same principle is why we also offer Clinical Pilates & Core Strength Training, which can help you recover from surgery and painful injuries by activating the right muscles in our one-on-one sessions.
But Don’t Just Take Our Word For It…