about us

being healthy is more than the state of  your physical health


We have a special interest in assessing and treating neuro-musculoskeletal (NMS), spinal and peripheral joint disorders using a clinically reasoned hands-on approach of manual therapy and rehabilitation.

The physiotherapist will perform a thorough assessment in order to make an accurate diagnosis and create a patient-specific treatment plan. The goal of treatment is to reduce pain, address impairment and obtain optimal function. Patients with conditions or impairments which do not fall within our scope of practice, or that needs a multi-disciplinary approach, will be referred to the applicable healthcare professional. Our treatment is based on the latest research and is therefore evidence-based and scientific. We have spent years establishing trusted relationships with other medical professionals to be part of a comprehensive multi-disciplinary team ensuring the best possible outcomes for our patients.

services include

  • Manual therapy
  • Rehabilitation
  • Pilates
  • Biomechanical assessments
  • Dry needling
  • Strapping
  • Home visits
  • Geriatric mobilisation and rehabilitation
    with the focus on function


  • Back and neck pain
  • Headaches
  • Sport injuries
  • Acute injuries
  • Pre- and post-operative rehabilitation
  • Postural syndrome
  • Chest conditions
  • Repetitive strain injuries/ overuse injuries
  • Trauma

More about our services

Manual therapy

Manual therapy refers to using our hands to mobilise joints, muscles and nerves to optimise and restore joint range of movement, muscle length and neural mobility. We make use of a wide variety of manual therapy techniques as the groundwork of all our treatments. This is an extremely effective method of reducing pain, muscle spasms, joint stiffness, and neural tension. These factors all contribute towards a limitation of function in acute and chronic conditions.


Rehabilitation is a critical part of the treatment process. Exercise prescription forms part of rehabilitation and refers to patient-specific exercises, as part of a home exercise program, to maintain and improve the effects of your treatment on pain, joint range of movement, muscle length and neural mobility. The goal of rehabilitation will be different for each patient and could be to address muscle imbalances with regards to muscle strength, length and endurance, to improve joint mobility and proprioception, to improve balance and motor control and to address posture. Rehabilitation is essential for all individuals, regardless of activity level, to ensure optimal restoration of function and to prevent recurrence of injury.

Pre-operative rehabilitation refers to rehabilitation done before surgery to improve the chance of a positive outcome after surgery. It prepares you mentally for surgery, reduces pain and inflammation, restores range of movement, improves muscle control of the injured joint and helps you to gain a good understanding of the exercises that you will perform immediately after surgery.

Post-operative rehabilitation refers to rehabilitation done after surgery to regain joint range of movement, muscle strength and function. This plays an imperative role in a positive post-surgical outcome and typically has different phases with different goals in each phase.


We offer fun and interactive individualised rehabilitative Pilates classes. Pilates is a great form of exercise for the old and young. It is an excellent way of strengthening the lumbopelvic-, shoulder girdle- and abdominal stabilisers, which will result in improved muscle form, motor control, mobility and posture, on the sports field or at your office desk.

Ergonomic assessments and biomechanical assessments

Work-related injuries can be caused by sitting with an incorrect posture for long periods. Incorrect desk- and computer setups are big contributing factors to work-related pain and injuries. These types of injuries often present as back and/or neck pain, headaches, joint pain, and muscle injuries. Our team of physiotherapists can help to resolve these injuries by doing an ergonomic- and postural assessment and giving advice on how to correct your posture and workstation setup accordingly.

A biomechanical assessment refers to a critical assessment of your body and all its moving parts. This assessment allows your physiotherapist to understand what body parts and tissues are moving too much and what’s not moving enough, what’s tight and what’s loose, and what’s strong and what’s weak to develop a patient-specific treatment plan. A biomechanical assessment is crucial in identifying the underlying cause of the pain to ensure successful treatment and long-term results, opposed to just treating your symptoms.

Dry needling

Dry needling is the Western approach to traditional Chinese Acupuncture. We use acupuncture needles, placed into the areas of pain, injury and muscle spasm to stimulate the body's healing response by promoting blood flow to the area. This technique also stimulates the body's many natural pain inhibition systems, thus also stimulating the secretion of natural pain inhibitors.


Strapping is a technique used alongside other physiotherapy modalities to facilitate the body’s natural healing process. We make use of different types of strapping, as well as different strapping techniques, depending on the desired effect. Some strapping is used to provide external support and stability and other strapping has been found to aid circulation and provide proprioceptive stimulation at the site of injury. Strapping can also be used as an aid to postural awareness and correction, which can help to maintain and promote the effects achieved during treatment.

Geriatric mobilisation and rehabilitation with the focus on function

Alongside all the positives that come with advancing age and life experience, many physical and emotional changes can affect our level of function and well-being. People are living longer than ever before. Osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, dementia and Parkinson’s Disease are a few of the many conditions that can lead to reduced muscle strength, compromised proprioception and impaired balance, making the elderly more vulnerable to falling or becoming inactive. Rehabilitation and mobilisation of the elderly after an injury or illness or due to the natural ageing process is important to maintain functional independence in the elderly.

Home visits

We provide the convenience of home visits in the Atlantic Seaboard for those patients who are unable to come to our rooms for treatment.


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