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Physiotherapy is concerned with human function and movement and maximising quality of life

What should I expect Physiotherapy to involve?

Physiotherapy involves a thorough physical assessment of the patient. This is followed by the implementation of a range of treatment modalities specific to the individual. Treatments are often 'hands on' in nature and are aimed at restoring optimal joint movement and tissue function. Patients are usually prescribed appropriate exercises or stretches to do in the clinic and at home.

What sort of treatment do physiotherapists use?

Physiotherapists are trained to assess your condition, diagnose the problem, and help you understand the condition and manage your health.


If you are suffering from any of the following, or any other physical pain, call us sooner rather than later.

Ankle Sprain

Physiotherapist management of an acute ankle sprain involves the reduction of pain and swelling, restoration of ankle motion, muscle conditioning, and exercises to allow a successful and timely return to sport, work or everyday activity, and help preventing this injury from occurring again.

Sports Injuries

Physiotherapists can also help reduce the likelihood of injury or recurrence by educating and changing patient’s posture, prescribing exercises that will strengthen and support muscles around the back, and equipping patients with strategies to prevent injury such as safe lifting techniques and environmental changes at work and home.


Physiotherapists can help minimize the effects of osteoporosis and help prevent further damage from fractures by developing a holistic treatment plan including a targeted strengthening and falls prevention exercise program and advice on diet on consultation with other health professionals.

Fractured Bone in Arm

Immediately after a fracture, a physiotherapist may make a splint for your arm to ensure proper healing of the bone. They will also give you an exercise program to maintain movement and strength in the unaffected joints and muscles in the arm. Once the bone has healed, the physiotherapist is there to provide you with treatment to restore movement, reduce stiffness and increase strength.

Tennis Elbow

Is a condition where the outer part of the elbow is sore and tender and is most common in people who play racquet sport. A physiotherapist can manage this condition by initially reducing pain and then developing a specific exercise program that will help minimize symptoms and prevent likelihood of recurrence to enable you a timely return to sport.

Back Pain

Back pain is a common and debilitating condition. Physiotherapists can help you manage this by using a variety of techniques including mobilizations, manipulation and massage.


Our physiotherapists heal patients in the comfort of their homes. They assess, diagnose, and develop a treatment plan which varies depending on the patient’s needs. A physiotherapy session is usually of an hour, depending on the criticality of the problem. Our experts help with basic and advanced movement exercises to improve the patient’s mobility.