Treatmentsoffered by South Coast Physiotherapy

 

Physiotherapy

Our experienced Physiotherapists will be able to diagnose, treat and manage all musculoskeletal injuries. They have the knowledge and skill set to carry out manual treatment techniques such as joint mobilisations and manipulations as well as soft tissue treatments including myofasical release, trgger point release and deep tissue massage. They can implement both home and gym based exercise programs to restore function and compliment any manual treatments.

Our Physiotherapists will be able to order and request investigations such as x-rays or scans when necessary or interpret any that you may already have. In doing so they will work alongside your Doctor or any other health professional who maybe involved.

All our physiotherapists are fully accredited to Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).

Performance Psychology

The pace of life it is getting faster. We are being asked to work quicker, be more efficient, productive, skilled. But at the same time we need to be more human, empathetic, understanding and compassionate. Performance Psychology can help us with these demands.

Performance Psychology takes the latest advances in the world of neuroscience, positive psychology and sports science and applies it to our performance - in work, sport and our personal life. It looks at what makes us flourish, perform at peak levels and get the most out of our lives. Performance Psychology isn't only for the elite. It will give you the edge.

Myotherapy / Remedial Massage

Myotherpay consists of assessing, treating and managing pain associated with soft tissue injury. Treatments can include;

  • Soft tissue manipulation
  • Myofascial stretching
  • Dry needling
  • Cupping
  • Deep tissue massage
  • Trigger point release

Myotherapy treatments can be used as both preventative and corrective measures towards injury management.

South Coast Physiotherapy Blog & News

  • Knee Osteoarthritis Program

    Knee Osteoarthritis Program

    Knee osteoarthritis is one of the most common joint diseases and is an expensive burden to health care across the globe. As a result there has been a push over the last 2 years to look at how non surgical management strategies can be improved. As I discussed in my blog ‘Happy Knees’ (click here to read) an area where non surgical management has failed in the past is by addressing knee OA as a purely mechanical and structural entity and not addressing the complexities of osteoarthritis and the associated biopsychosocial factors. Programs such as the GLA:D program in Europe

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