Physiotherapy rehabilitation aims to optimise patient function and well-being, to help integrate that patient back into their chosen lifestyle activities whether at home, work or leisure. Rehabilitation should focus on changes to functional disability and lifestyle restrictions based on the patient’s own goals for functional improvement.
Rehabilitation should start as soon as possible to achieve:
Manual physical therapy is a specialized form of physical therapy delivered with the hands as opposed to a device or machine. Manual therapy can be helpful for the treatment of joints that lack adequate mobility and range of motion in certain musculo-skeletal conditions. This limitation can cause discomfort, pain, and an alteration in function, posture, and movement. Manual physical therapy involves restoring mobility to stiff joints and reducing muscle tension in order to return the patient to more natural movement without pain. Thus, manual physical therapy may provide pain relief both for patients with chronic pain involving joint problems, and acute pain from soft tissue injuries such as a muscle strain or a pulled ligament.
Our clinical staff focus on detailed diagnostic assessment, thorough explanations, hands on treatment and comprehensive advice to achieve the best possible results in the shortest time. Our Physios have undergone extensive training in the management of specific injury areas including: