Physiotherapy

Physiotherapists undertake a minimum of four years of training at University in order to comprehensively understand the human body; the intricate relationship of nerves, muscles, tendons, joints and bones, injuries and ultimately how to manage these as well as prevent them from occurring.

Your PhysioWISE therapist undertakes additional training to that provided by University. Attendance at external courses at the post graduate level is encouraged as part of PhysioWISE professional development. Our internal quality training ensures a gold standard of service by our physiotherapists that you will find difficult to match anywhere else.

There are various techniques and tools used for the management of injuries and conditions that you may have come across or heard of. Here are a few that your PhysioWISE therapist may use to help you.

Feel free to discuss these and any other techniques with your PhysioWISE therapist.

Athletic Taping

Craniosacral Therapy

Cupping

Dance assessment

Diagnostic Ultrasound Retraining for continence and back pain

Dry Needling

Exercise Management

Ergonomic Assessments

Functional Capacity Evaluations

Gait Analysis

Galvanic Stimulation

Kinesiology

Kinesio Taping Technique

Mobilisations

Muscle Energy Technique (MET)

Musculoskeletal Therapy

Myofascial releases

NAG’s and SNAG’s / Mulligan’s Technique

Orthotic Prescription

Physiocise Method

Pilates

Post Surgical Rehabilitation

Posture Analysis

Occupational Health Consulting

Sarah Keys’ Method

Spinal Manipulations

Trigger Point Therapy

Ultrasound

Visceral Manipulation

Yoga

Women’s Health