We are a dynamic physiotherapy practice with a special interest in spinal conditions including lower back and neck pain, headaches and referred pain. At our initial consultation, we aim to ensure an accurate diagnosis following an extensive assessment and examination.
Holistic physiotherapy approach
Pelvic asymmetries, SIJ pain and ITB also fall into the spinal disorder category as they are often linked to spinal conditions. Likewise, TMJ pain can be associated with tension-type headaches. We also treat and rehabilitate post-operative conditions such as total knee replacements, ligament repairs and arthroscopies.
As first line practitioners, you do not need a referral to see us.
We treat each condition specifically and appropriately in order to improve your symptoms and reduce your pain. We use a variety of treatment modalities, but hands-on techniques form the basis of our treatments. We are also all trained to do dry needling when appropriate.
Sessions are 45 minutes long.
Our treatments always consist of an extensive assessment or reassessment in order to ensure that we provide you with the most effective physio treatment and home exercise program. This also guides us as to whether further investigation or referral to a specialist is required.
We aim to improve your condition in four to six sessions. For patients suffering from chronic pain, we recommend a multi-disciplinary approach, (supported by scientific literature and research) as this has been shown to achieve the best outcomes.
We are passionate about providing you with an outstanding service and are continuously attending courses in order to keep our knowledge and skills up to date. We all have postgraduate qualifications in the field of OMT (Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapy) and are registered with the SASP (South African Society of Physiotherapy) and the HPCSA (Health Professionals Council of South Africa).
- Whiplash associated pain
- Locked Facet Joints
- TMJ (temporo-mandibular joint) pain
- Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
- Muscle spasm
- Postural Dysfunction
- Nerve root inflammation and entrapment
- Neural tension
- Disc bulges and prolapses
- Spondylolisthesis and spondylosis
- Pain associated with osteoarthritis
- Pain associated with rheumatoid arthritis
- SIJ (sacro-iliac joint) pain and dysfunction
- Post-operative treatment following spinal fusions, discectomies, disc replacement surgery
- Post-operative treatment following trauma
- Chronic pain
- Frozen Shoulder
- Rotator Cuff tears
- Shoulder impingement
- Tennis elbow and golfer’s elbow
- Repetitive strain injuries
- Post-operative treatment following rotator cuff repair, shoulder joint replacement surgery
- Reflex sympathetic dystrophy also known as regional pain syndrome
- COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease)
- Hip joint osteoarthritis
- Groin strain/sprain
- Osteitis pubis
- ITB (Iliotibial Band) pain / “runners knee”
- Knee joint osteoarthritis
- Anterior knee pain
- Patella maltracking
- Meniscal and ligament strains and sprains
- Tendinopathies, including infrapatellar tendinopathy, Achilles tendinopathy
- Plantar fasciitis
- Muscle strains/sprains
- Post – operative treatment following hip and knee replacements, ACL repairs and arthroscopies
Physiotherapy Treatment Modalities
Our physiotherapists use a selection of treatment approaches specific to the presentation of the condition including:
- Maitland Mobilisations and Manipulations
- Rocabado Mobilisations and Manipulations
- Mulligan Mobilisations
- Myofascial Release
- Selective Soft Tissue Mobilisations
- Neural Mobilisation Techniques
- Dry Needling
- Pain Education
- Ergonomic Advice
- Lifestyle Advice and Pacing Parameters