Physiotherapists study the science of movement to rehabilitate injury, provide pain relief and improve biomechanical function. A comprehensive treatment plan is informed by the findings from a thorough health history and a physical assessment examining movement, range of motion, muscle testing, joint mobility evaluation, palpation of tissues, functional tests and global biomechanics. Physiotherapists typically treat those suffering from sports injuries, post-operative conditions, pain, impingement, decreased range of motion, other injuries, and for maintenance of wellbeing and physical soundness.
Treatments may incorporate soft tissue work, joint mobilization, tailored movement techniques and exercise prescription to restore optimal function and improve performance.
Based on a variety of advanced post-graduate studies, our physiotherapists employ game-changing, transformative techniques including Neurokinetic therapy, Anatomy in Motion, advanced manual therapy, SFMA, Neurofunctional acupuncture, McKenzie technique, performance taping and other techniques to not only rehabilitate injury and movement dysfunction, but to provide injury prevention and performance optimizing care. These techniques allow our therapists to assess and treat dysfunction before it becomes an injury or impediment to performance in order to improve enjoyment of sport and activity.