A variety of injuries and conditions can be treated such as:

  • Acute (new) and chronic (old) injuries

  • Strains/ sprains

  • Muscle pain/ reduced flexibility

  • Joint stiffness

  • Postural defects

  • Pain or injury in a joint

  • Inflammation

  • Whiplash

  • Trapped nerve

  • Sciatica

  • Back pain

  • frozen shoulder

  • rotator cuff impingement

  • Prehabilitation (pre operation)

  • Rehabilitation (post operation)

Injury Initial Consultation


The initial consultation is essential in your diagnosis. It involves questioning specific to your condition to highlight any past or existing medical conditions that could affect the diagnosis process and the type of treatment you receive.


What to expect:

  • Medical questionnaire

  • Postural/ gait assessment

  • Range of motion & strength tests

  • Special tests (identify specific conditions)

  • Diagnosis

  • Treatment

Please bring shorts and a suitable top to be worn for the postural assessment

Injury Follow Up


Short re-assessment to determine how you have felt since the last session followed by specific tests to record your progression from one session to the next.

A treatment will then be completed to adhere to your specific needs this could be in the form of:

  • Sports Massage or manual manipulation

  • Manual mobilizations of joints

  • Posture/ gait re-education

  • Heat treatment /Cryotherapy

  • Ultrasound therapy

  • Exercise Rehabilitation

  • Taping, strapping or kinesiology Taping


The specific tests will be re-done to note improvements achieved and then home exercises will be given and demonstration to maintain improvements.

Rehabilitation Session


These sessions require an initial consultation to determine what stage of rehabilitation you are currently at. These sessions maybe linked with manual therapy sessions to aid your progression and recovery.


From here we will work together to advance through the stages at a pace specific to you and your goals until full functional fitness is regained.


Reaching the re-introduction to sport or hobbies can then be accomplished with minimal risk of re-injury.


Improve your:

  • muscular balance

  • joint mobilisation & stability

  • agility

  • muscular endurance        

  • muscular strength

  • weight loss or gain

  • prevent injury                                         

  • improve performance