Assessment, Treatment and Advice for:
Acute and Chronic back and neck pain, stiffness and restricted movement
Hip, groin and sciatic discomfort
Occupation related problems
Soft tissue aches, pains and discomfort
Injuries - management from onset through to return to work or sport
Clinical Remedial Massage
Remedial massage and its associated physical therapy has long been used to successfully treat many painful conditions of the body. Remedial therapy involves far more than many peoples preconceived idea of a simple massage. Successful treatment can significantly reduce your pain, increase ease and range of movement and improve your quality of life.
Injury Management & Rehab
Sports therapy involves the application of the principles of sport and exercise science to manage your injury through each stage of the body's natural healing process. The aim of sports therapy is to achieve the best possible tissue repair in the shortest possible time. Note - the same principles can be successfully applied to any soft tissue injury irrespective of its cause.
Myofascial pain is pain located in the muscles and connective tissues of the body. It is often difficult to pinpoint the source of myofascial pain. The pain may move around connected areas of the body and the intensity of the pain may fluctuate. Suitable treatment techniques can significantly reduce or erase the pain and symptoms of myofascial pain syndromes.