Shoulder Injuries

The shoulder is the most complex and most dynamic mechanical structure in the body. The reason for this is the entire stability is provided by soft tissue in order to create a large range of motion.

Musculoskeletal Injuries

Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy focuses on mechanical conditions and injuries and their rehabilitation. A condition is classified as musculoskeletal once it is established as mechanical, like disc related lower back pain.

Knee Injuries

Traumatic injuries, such as high impact sports injuries with immediate onset of pain, and insidious injuries and conditions that can be caused by overuse or misuse of the knee.

Sports Injuries

In the world of sport, time isn’t usually on the athlete’s side, and every second off the field can create a significant difference in the trend of the player and the game. Rehabilitation provides a safe return to sport.

Chest Physiotherapy

Focusing on the lungs and symptoms of various lung related diseases. Pneumonia, bronchitis, bronchiectasy and cystic fibrosis can cause accumulation of secretion in the lungs and breathing difficulties.

Elbow Injuries

Conditions such as tennis elbow, golfers elbow and ligament strains in the elbow region are quite common.