Each treatment is 30 minutes in duration and is tailored for your specific needs. We believe strongly in a hands on approach to treatment and regularly attend courses to bring you the most current and effective techniques.
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What are some of these techniques?
This is a manual technique to move and ‘unstick’ the fascia. Simply put, fascia is the interconnecting tissue between bones, muscles and organs and is often overlooked by therapists. Certain points of fascia within the body may become tethered down which will limit joint and muscle function and cause pain. Releasing these points can restore function and relieve pain.
This is similar in principal to Fascial Manipulation but involves sustained stretches of the fascia and focuses more superficial layers of the fascia
Muscle Energy Techniques
This technique uses the muscle’s contractile force to allow maximal relaxation and stretch, post contraction. The aim is to restore a muscle’s resting length
Sarah Key Method
Sarah Key is a well-known Australian Physiotherapist. Her treatment method is designed to mobilise individual spinal segments followed by a series of decompression and strengthening exercises. Both Kirsten and Steve are trained in the Sarah Key Method
This is a form of instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilisation. Useful in the management of muscle, tendon and ligamentous injury