Our physiotherapists use excellent assessment and diagnosis methods coupled with a broad arsenal of physiotherapy service options to achieve the best outcomes for our patients. Here are some of the most common injuries we see.
Tendinopathy is a type of tendon disorder that results in pain, swelling, and impaired function. The pain is typically worse with movement and can affect any tendon in the body. Most commonly the shoulder, ankle and hip.
Post Surgical Recovery
The success of your surgery doesn’t finish the moment you leave the operating room. You will most likely need help to regain full function following surgery. Physiotherapy will help you regain full range of motion and strength post-surgery.
Neck and Back Pain
It is estimated that 70–90% of people will suffer from lower back pain in some form at some point in their lives!
The female body is very unique. It goes through immense changes throughout the stages of life. As many as one in three women will experience some kind of “Women’s’ health” problem in their lifetime, many of those will be too embarrassed to ask for help. At Invigorate, we want to be part of the change surrounding this area of physiotherapy.
Women’s Health Physiotherapists can assist in the management and treatment of many conditions affecting women throughout the life stages. We focus on a whole body approach to treatment, looking at how your pelvic floor, core stability and ¬mobility is impacting your musculoskeletal dysfunction.
All consultations and treatment are carried out in our private rooms.
If you have been injured at work, quality physiotherapy treatment and a speedy recovery is vital!
Our physiotherapists are highly experienced in working with injured clients who fall under the Worker’s Compensation scheme. We have an in-depth understanding of the importance and benefits of a safe and durable recovery, not just relating to the workplace, for everyday life.
We provide a variety of treatments from manual therapy to exercise based rehab.
Our physiotherapy treatment will enable you to return safely to your sporting activity sooner and stronger than you were pre-injury.