Physiotherapy is an evidence-based practice that can significantly improve your symptoms, the way you move, and your quality of life.

Back and neck pain

Back and neck pain are common, and they don’t need to be tolerated! Let us teach you how to prevent back pain from recurring.

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Foot, heel and ankle pain

A-J has worked in a specialty clinic treating foot and ankle injuries, throughout her career this has been a major interest. There is more to treating foot pain than getting orthotics.

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Hip and pelvic pain

This is an area where imbalances in muscle tension show up. It is not always about strengthening, it is often learning to relax certain muscles that gives you the relief you are looking for.

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Headache and jaw pain

Do you have a clicky jaw ever? Do you wake with a stiff neck? This type of treatment is treated holistically as stress often plays a part. AJ has had further training in TMJ pain.

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Shoulder pain

Treat the cause of your shoulder pain not just the symptoms. If your mid back is stiff it will affect your shoulder function. It may be why the shoulder pain, even rotator cuff injury,  came in in the first place.

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Thoracic rings approach

AJ has completed training in this approach up to level 4 and had years of experience treating the thorax (mid back), and rib pain.This area can be the cause of other pains throughout your body.

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Knee pain

Knees are aften the ‘victim’ between stiff hips and feet. The knee joint is a hinge joint, if above and below are stiff … read more here.

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Sports Injury Rehabilitation

A-J enjoys looking after the older athlete these days. She has rehabilitated many athletes in her career particularly runners, snow skiers, footballers and even polo players. She enjoys treating people with an accumulation of injuries over years. As a sports therapist she has further postgraduate studies in Exercise and Sports Science and more. She was awarded the title of Sports Physiotherapist in 1999.  

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Persistent or chronic Pain

Persistent pain is more than just physical.  

 It is a type of pain that needs to be treated holistically taking into account body, mind, lifestyle, emotions, beliefs and more. Yoga therapy aims at the holistic treatment of somatic dysfunctions ranging from back problems, digestive issues to emotional distress. The combination of Physio and Yoga is a scientifically proven modality to help ease persistent pain and allow you to live a quality life.

Other modalities we use:

Craniosacral Therapy - gentle release of restrictions withing the nervous system

Visceral Therapy - restore mobility of the organs and their effect on the musculoskeletal system

Dry needling and laser therapy