Our physiotherapy service is focused on simply reducing pain and improving performance.

Our Physiotherapist helps the patient with physiotherapy exercises
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Whether you are an athlete of any kind, a stay at home parent or your regular worker who has sustained an injury, you can rely on us to improve your quality of life.

Our physiotherapy specialises in:

  • Sports/spinal Injury
  • Soft tissue and dry needling therapies
  • Rehabilitation
  • Work related Injuries
  • Strengthening Programs

Our Physiotherapists

Qualified, trained and experienced specialists in physiotherapy







Physiotherapy, also known as physical therapy, is a healthcare profession that focuses on restoring and maintaining physical function and mobility. Itcan benefit individuals by improving strength, flexibility, and range ofmotion, reducing pain, and aiding in injury recovery or management of chronic conditions.

Physiotherapy can help with a wide range of conditions and injuries, including musculoskeletal pain (such as back or neck pain), sports injuries, post-surgical rehabilitation, neurological disorders, respiratory conditions, and more.

If you’re experiencing pain, limited mobility, or have difficulty performing daily activities due to an injury or condition, it’s a good idea to consult a physiotherapist. It may also be an idea to get assessed by a physiotherapist if you have been referred by your GP to a surgeon/specialist and you are unsure whether this is the appropriate step. They can assess your situation and determine if physiotherapy would be beneficial for your specific needs.

During your initial session, the physiotherapist will typically conduct an assessment to evaluate your condition, discuss your medical history, and understand your goals. They may perform various tests, observe your movements, and develop a personalized treatment plan tailored to your needs.

Yes, physiotherapy plays a crucial role in post-surgical rehabilitation. Physiotherapists can provide exercises, manual therapy, and guidance to help you regain strength, improve mobility, manage pain, and promote healing after surgery.

Yes, physiotherapy incorporates various techniques and modalities such as manual therapy, therapeutic exercises, dry needling, cupping and even tens machine activation if necessary. The specific approach used depends on your condition and the goals of your treatment.

Absolutely. Physiotherapists can develop individualized treatment plans to help manage chronic pain conditions, utilizing techniques like exercise therapy, manual therapy, and pain-relieving modalities to improve function and reduce pain levels.

The duration of a physiotherapy session can vary depending on your needs and the type of treatment being provided. Generally, sessions can range from 30 minutes to an hour.

Yes, physiotherapy can be beneficial for athletes and individuals looking to enhance their sports performance. Physiotherapists can develop specialized exercise programs, provide injury prevention strategies, and optimize movement patterns to improve athletic performance and reduce the risk of injuries.

Many health insurance plans cover physiotherapy services, but the coverage may vary. It’s advisable to check with your insurance provider to determine the extent of coverage for physiotherapy treatments. Additionally, some countries may offer public healthcare systems that include physiotherapy services.

In many cases, a referral from a doctor is not required to receive physiotherapy treatment. Direct access to physiotherapy allows individuals to seek treatment without a referral.