The Team at Invigorate value your time. We undertake a thorough assessment to diagnose your condition, which means that your therapy will be effective and you will recover faster.
Our physiotherapists will provide you with:
You matter to us. This means we will never see two people at once and you will have our undivided attention for your whole session.
To top it off, our physios only use treatment techniques that have been shown to work. This is evident with their continual upskilling and dedication to staying on-top of the newest research. This will result in significant and meaningful change in your life.
Rehabilitation and strengthening is a huge part of the recovery process. We offer this in two ways:
- Personalised Rehab Program: a detailed strength assessment is completed and an individual program is constructed and followed to provide results.
- One-on-one Rehabilitation: after completing a strength assessment you spend 30 minutes with our physiotherapists completing a rehab “workout” in the gym.
Dry Needling is different to Acupuncture. When using Dry Needling, the practitioner inserts short, thin, stainless steel needles into trigger points/knots in the affected muscle or soft tissue. Overall, what makes needling effective is that it basically encourages your body to fix the injury and reduce the pain by naturally healing itself.
There are many benefits to Dry Needling, these include:
Remedial massage is a complementary therapy that focuses on assessing and treating muscles. It can be effective in treating conditions that affect the muscles, bones, fascia, ligaments and tendons.
Our remedial massage therapist works specifically on your affected area to achieve a significant change. The change includes; reduced pain, improved mobility, less tension, or a combination. Remedial massage can either be deep or shallow, gentle or strong, depending on the problem to be addressed.
The objective of cupping is to; draw more blood to the surface of the skin to improve circulation, loosen tight/painful muscles, release scar tissue and improve lymphatic drainage.
The cups are placed onto the skin by creating a partial vacuum inside the cup. There are two methods used to do this:
Oil is massaged onto the skin beforehand so that the cup can be moved over the affected area easily. Oil also helps to create a better seal for the cup. The cup is usually left on between five and ten minutes and then removed.
There will be a distinctive red circle left on the skin where the tissue has been pulled up. This will fade over the course of several days.