We offer high quality treatment in our comfortable rooms incorporating and adjoining exercise and pilates studio.
Physiotherapy is primarily the therapeutic application of physical means to prevent and/or minimise any pain, movement dysfunction or disability. As well as sports and musculo-skeletal medicine, physiotherapy is effectively used with cardiovascular, neurological, perinatal, aged care and almost every other type of problem.
Each person is given an individualised assessment and the treatment is devised using the most effective treatment modalities for that person by the physiotherapist. We encourage and educate our clients to be able to help themselves with exercises using pilates influence and strength & conditioning principals. Also assiting by altering the home and work environment as well as helping to change any harmful habits. This may involve implementing or changing a exercise regime or a re-education program, which could include changes in the work and home environment.
At Bangalow physiotherapy we have excellent skills in general, broad-based physiotherapy. Our experience is wide moving to such varied groups as sports, the aged and all those in between. We constantly update our knowledge.
Physiotherapy helps by restoring function and relieving pain. We give effective hands-on-treatment, as well as showing you how to help yourself to improve and to stay that way.
We can help you if you have a chronic condition that has been worrying you for a long time; and we can also effectively treat a recent or acute problem. Acute injuries may become chronic but if treated promptly by a physiotherapist, the problem will improve more quickly and is much less likely to become long-term.
Our physiotherapists restore functional pain-free movement using manual and on occasion needling techniques and then educate the patient how to maintain these functional restorations by exercising to strengthen, stretch and gain better whole body postural control whether stationary or through movement.
- Neck pain and headaches
- Shoulder, wrist and hand pain
- Hip, knee or ankle pain.
- Sports injuries, including dance and yoga injuries
- Injuries or diseases involving the nervous system
- Occupational injuries
- Repetitive strain injuries
- Arthritis pain
- Trauma from accidents, sports and the workplace
- Postural problems
- Post-operative care