Osteopaths are 5 year university trained in the diagnosis, treatment, management and prevention of musculo-skeletal disorders.
Myotherapy is assessment and treatment of muscular pain. Myotherapists can help to increase daily movement and decrease pain.
Clinical Pilates can be used in helping treat and, most importantly, prevent back pain, neck pain shoulder and arm pain, and hip and knee pain.
During Pregnancy the body goes through many postural, hormonal, emotional and functional changes. Osteopaths can assess and treat many of these complaints.
Exercise physiologists are knowledgeable about the effects that exercise has on the musculoskeletal system, as well as on the cardiovascular and endocrine systems.
Is the process of fitting an individual to their bike, by having a look at a person’s individual skeletal measurements, flexibility, injury history and dimensions of their bike.
Podiatrists are highly trained professionals dealig with the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of of the feet and lower limbs.
Have you every been told to ‘turn your core muscles on’ and not really been sure what that means or what it feels like. Real Time Ultrasound can help.