Physiotherapy is an effective treatment for a wide variety of conditions, from sports injuries and foot problems to chronic diseases and pregnancy related discomfort. Glen Eira Physiotherapy has multiple therapies that can be used alone or in combination. The physio in Carnegie provides patients with services to maintain mobility, ease pain and address soft tissue injuries.
Patients with a variety of conditions find relief with physiotherapy techniques. Therapeutic massage and similar therapies are often effective for problems that don’t respond well to traditional treatments. Personalized treatment, management and rehabilitation programs are developed for each patient and modified as needed to reflect the client’s changing needs.
Clinicians at the practice treat children, teens and adults of all ages. A hands-on approach is taken to ease pain, restore functionality and return patients to their regular activities quickly. Manual manipulation and mobilisation is available to retrain muscles and assist patients with conditions that makes it difficult for them to move freely.
Therapeutic massage is a mainstay of the physiotherapy practice and is beneficial for those who have developed scar tissue or undergone surgery, individuals with neurological disorders and soft tissue injuries. Massage therapy is used extensively by professional athletes around the world who have sustained injuries, for rehabilitation needs, and for enhancing sports performance.
Massage therapy increases circulation, relieves pain and works with the body’s own healing abilities. It aids in eliminating toxins from the body, stimulating the immune system and accelerates healing. Massage relieves tension and helps prevent injuries. It’s also effective in treating osteoporosis and TMJ pain.
Clinical Pilates is a specialized type of exercise that builds core and pelvic floor strength, increases stability and aids in preventing injuries. It tones and enhances flexibility. The flowing movements are beneficial for both genders and are especially beneficial for alleviating pain and discomfort affecting pregnant and nursing women.
Patients have access to the services of a podiatrist and custom orthotic devices to address issues that include bow-legs, toes that point in or out too far, and high or low arches. The devices provide support and proper alignment, address conditions associated with chronic disease, and ease pain in the feet, knees, hips and lower back.
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