Cardiorespiratory physiotherapy assists, rehabilitates and prevents diseases or injuries which affect the heart and lungs. This often includes heart disease or asthma and is especially beneficial to those preparing or recovering from surgery.
If you have suffered from a severe brain injury, damage to the spiral cord or neurological diseases like Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis or a stroke, neurological physiotherapy can help.
For managing and treating chronic or acute orthopaedic conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, amputations or osteoarthritis, orthopaedic physiotherapy help patients recover and prepare for surgery.
Pain & Prevention
By using interdisciplinary and psychologically informed approaches, your Melbourne physiotherapist can treat and prevent pain, while working with other socio-health professionals to manage pain at the acute stages.
Vestibular physiotherapy can assess and treat dizziness caused by inner ear conditions such as BPPV (Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo).
Whether it's a dancing injury or an accident on the sporting field, sports physiotherapy helps by diagnosing, treating and preventing sport injuries for professional athletes and regular Australians alike. Contact us for more.
Occupational health physiotherapy services ensures workers receive the appropriate support to reduce risk, improve workplace safety and helps workers who are making a return to work.
Physiotherapists use a range of techniques to treat clients with musculoskeletal issues including hands on treatment, exercise prescription, biomechanical retraining and load management.
Dry needling involves finding the most ideal way to manage and treat acute conditions like arthritis, spinal dysfunction, as well as general strains and sprains.