Physiotherapy is a healthcare profession dedicated to working with people to identify and maximize their ability to move and function throughout their lifespan. Physiotherapists work to restore optimal physical health in those affected by injury, disease or the process of aging.
Physiotherapy is anchored in movement sciences and aims to enhance or restore function of multiple body systems. This holistic approach incorporates a broad range of physical and physiological therapeutic interventions and aids, some of which are: manual therapy, exercise, movement training, education, load management, and lifestyle interventions.

The profession is committed to health, lifestyle and quality of life.

Physiotherapy can help:
• sprained joints
• whiplash
• neck or back pain
• post fracture healing and return to play
• post surgical rehabilitation and return to function, work or play
• strength training
• improve balance
• stiffness – such as reaching a top shelf, or getting up from the floor
Lets get you back to living your life.

Pelvic Health:
Pelvic floor physiotherapy refers to the rehabilitation of the muscles that we use for bowel/bladder function, sexual health and stabilization of the pelvic/low back regions in females. Jacqueline McAllister, a pelvic health physiotherapist can assess and treat pelvic floor challenges.
Pelvic health affects many people. Dysfunction in the pelvic floor is common, and can occur in pregnancy, after having a baby, with menopause, persistent pain conditions, post prostatectomy, after hormonal changes or trauma.
Do you experience:
• leakage when you sneeze, cough or laugh?
• do you find you have to rush to get to the toilet?
• Do you know where every bathroom is – just in case?
• Do you have pelvic pain?
• Are you pregnant and would like to know how to push, or how to train your muscles?
• Do you have rectus diastasis – or a split in your stomach muscles?
• Have you had a baby and are noticing some changes ‘down there’

The good news is pelvic floor challenges are treatable. In Pelvic Health Physiotherapy the goal is to address your concerns, get things working, and get you back to living your life. Get in touch.

Vestibular Physiotherapy:
Vestibular physiotherapy uses an exercise based approach to relieve the symptoms and discomfort of vestibular disorders such as vertigo. The vestibular system is in the inner ear and sends signals to the eyes so a person can maintain visual focus while moving.

Vestibular physiotherapy can help with episodes of:
• spinning
• dizziness
• motion sickness
• unsteadiness
• and balance problems.


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