Sports & Orthopeadic
- Ankle sprain.
- Groin pull.
- Hamstring strain.
- Shin splints.
- Knee injury: ligament or meniscus
- Elbow pain: Tennis or golfers elbow
- Achilles pain
- All muscular strains and sprains
- Roatator cuff tears
- Pre- and postoperative condition
- Strengthening rehab-sport specific
- Stress fractures
- Joint Dislocations
- Joint fracture
- Post operative fractures
- Rehab after removal of cast or moon-boot
- Rehab after removal of splint or sling
- Rehab pre- and post-external fixation
- Frozen Shoulder
- Back Pain ( upper and lower)
- Neck pain
- Shoulder tension
- Spinal stenosis
- Pre- and Post back surgery
- Cervicogenic Headache
- Pain associated with poor posture
- Back stiffness
- Weak Core
- Nerves pain
- Entrapped nerves
- Muscular Tension
- Slip disc
- Herniated disc
- Locked Joints
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Old age degeneration
- HIV/AIDS related degeneration
- Chronic lunch disease
- Secondary lung infections
Some of the Physiotherapy Treatment Techniques Used
Soft tissue massage, sports massage and myofascial release which is used to loosen tight and painful soft tissue structures such as muscles, tendons ligaments and fascia.
Exercise rehabilitation is prescribed to strengthen the weak muscular structures and improve joint mobility or stability and balance.
Joint and spinal mobilisation techniques are used to loosen joints increasing mobility, loosening entrapped structures (such as nerves) as well as increasing nutrients to the joint structures.
Taping techniques can be used for multiple therapeutic effects depending on the technique used. These effect include joint support, muscle activation or fluid drainage. We use many different types of tape including kinesiotape.
Electrical therapy modalities which include ultrasound, Interferential therapy and Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS)
Dry needling may be used to resolve muscle knots (trigger points) which helps improve pain and muscle mobility.
Chest physiotherapy for productive chest conditions help drain the chest of stagnant secretion which improves lung oxygenation.