Our Services

Physio science

Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy

  • Second opinion physio
  • Post surgical physio (ACL, shoulder rehab etc)
  • Hip & groin physio
  • Tendinopathies
  • Back and neck pain
  • Nerve pain
  • Headaches
  • Jaw pain
  • Dizziness
  • Muscle tears

Sports Physiotherapy

  • Acute sports related injuries
  • Tendinopathies
  • Exercise prescription
  • Sports taping
  • Sprains/Strains
  • Sports & post surgical rehab
  • ACL rehab

Vestibular Physio

Vestibular physio is the treatment of dizziness, vertigo and/or imbalance resulting from an inner ear condition

Detailed assessment including:

    • Thorough history
    • Oculomotor assessment: assessing eye movement with infrared goggles
    • Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) Assessment: movement-based assessments that stress your inner ear
    • Balance and gait assessments
    • Cervical spine (neck) screening if necessary

How we help:

    • BPPV maneuvers (i.e. Epley maneuver)
    • Neck treatment
    • Education
    • Exercise prescription
    • Proprioceptive and balance training
    • Education
    • Liaising with your medical team

 

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Facial Physio

The human eye is drawn to the face and first impressions are made within a few milliseconds. So rehabilitation of the face following injury or illness is essential in restoring communicative capacity and quality of life.

What is Facial Physio?

Acquired paralysis
Bells Palsy
Ramsay Hunt Syndrome
Removal of tumors like acoustic neuroma, facial nerve schwanoma, Parotid gland removal

Congenital paralysis
Mobeius syndrome
Birth related Bell’s palsy
Other craniofacial conditions

Post Reanimation Surgery or in conjunction with Botox
Cross face grafting
Free muscle transfers
Massateric or hypoglossal transfers
Static slings
Eyelid surgery

Temporomandibular joint disorder

Clicky jaws
Locked or stuck jaws
Acute malocclusions (bite changes suddenly and doesn’t feel normal)
Trauma to the jaw
Total jaw replacement surgery

Orofacial Pain, headache and Migraine

Pain in the face or head
Headache
Migraine

Contact us about Facial Physio

We adapt to you.

Please remember that techniques are used at a physiotherapist’s discretion within their clinical reasoning framework. If you have a preference or have had something work well for you in the past, mention it to your therapist and they will consider and explain to you whether it is a valid option for your presenting injury.

Please remember that techniques are used at a physiotherapist’s discretion within their clinical reasoning framework. If you have a preference or have had something work well for you in the past, mention it to your therapist and they will consider and explain to you whether it is a valid option for your presenting injury.