Treatment Techniques

6 11, 2013

Lymphoedema Management

By |2021-02-24T13:53:52+10:00November 6, 2013|Treatment Techniques|0 Comments

The lymphatic system is part of your circulatory system, consisting of a network of vessels that carry a protein-rich clear fluid called lymph from the tissues directionally towards the heart. It helps control fluid and protein levels in the body and plays an important role in your immune system by [...]

6 11, 2013

Manual Therapy

By |2013-11-06T03:19:42+10:00November 6, 2013|Blog, Treatment Techniques|0 Comments

Manual therapy consists of a variety of hands-on intervention techniques. These include mobilisations of soft tissue, joints and neural tissue. In some cases,  joint manipulations can be utilised. Overall, manual therapy is a highly effective treatment method that can provide excellent pain relief, improve range of movement and improving physical [...]

5 11, 2013

Bowen Therapy

By |2021-02-18T10:07:54+10:00November 5, 2013|Blog, Treatment Techniques|0 Comments

The Bowen Technique is a gentle but effective approach to pain relief that triggers the body’s natural healing responses. It recognises that the underlying cause of many musculoskeletal, neuromuscular and other health problems can be found in the fascia. Fascia is an uninterrupted web of soft tissue that surrounds muscles, [...]

2 10, 2013

Dry Needling

By |2013-10-02T03:11:58+10:00October 2, 2013|Blog, Treatment Techniques|0 Comments

Many people think that dry needling means acupuncture but in fact they’re not the same.  Acupuncture is a treatment practiced in traditional Chinese medicine which is based on a body’s energy flow (“Qi” energy). Dry needling is a treatment modality practiced by physiotherapists and it is based on western medicine [...]

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