Physiotherapy is a type of healthcare that focuses on helping people improve their physical abilities and overall quality of life. Our Physiotherapists are trained to assess and treat a wide range of physical conditions, such as injuries, persistent pain, neurological disorders, and musculoskeletal problems. They use various techniques, exercises, and interventions to help their clients regain their strength, mobility, and function, reduce pain, and reduce the risk of further injuries.
Recovering from an injury: Whether it's a sports injury, a car accident, or a workplace injury, physiotherapy can help individuals regain their function, strength and mobility after an injury.
Managing persistent pain: Persistent pain can be a debilitating condition that affects a person's quality of life. Physiotherapy can help manage pain through education, exercise, manual therapy, and other techniques.
Improving strength, mobility and balance: As people age, they may experience a decline in their strength, mobility and balance, which can lead to falls and other injuries. Physiotherapy can help improve strength, balance and coordination through targeted exercise and interventions.
Recovering from surgery: After surgery, physiotherapy can help individuals regain their strength and mobility, minimise pain, and reduce the risk of complications.