Health Professionals

Health Professionals

 

Do you have a patient who is suffering from pain, movement impairments, or some injury affecting the muscle, joints, tendons, ligaments, brain, lungs, or nerves? Are they going to have some form of surgery or you want to prevent them from having surgery? Do you have a patient with diabetes, hypertension or is struggling with obesity? Then you need to place them in the hands of a registered physiotherapist.

Training

 

Physiotherapists are university trained extensively in sciences. Some of these areas include anatomy, physiology, neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, kinesiology, biomechanics, physics and pathology.

Treatments and interventions

 

Because of our extensive knowledge base and training, physiotherapists use a variety of interventions when managing a patient. All our management techniques are evidence based and utilize best practice guidelines. This leads to improvement in mobility, reduction of pain and prevention of injury in our patients.Conditions we treat

 

Here’s a list of just some of the conditions we treat