Physiotherapy can help you if you’re suffering from pain or are experiencing difficulties moving. Your Physiotherapist is able to recognise disease and disability and care for the impact they may have. They work towards rebuilding a client’s mobility and self sufficiency when they have a problem that has developed as a result of physical injury, neurological, cardio-respiratory or other disorders.
Physiotherapists work closely with their patients, playing an important role in their rehabilitation. They also work with other healthcare professionals that include doctors, occupational therapists, psychologists and exercise physiologists to deliver the best care, treatment and rehabilitation for their patients.
It is required that all Physiotherapists have qualifications, insurance and are registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Registration Agency (AHPRA). It’s of importance that they continue their education and are constantly updating and developing their skills.
Your Physiotherapist can treat a variety of different issues ranging from:
- back and knee pain
- aches, sprains and injuries
- recovery from broken bones
- paediatric physiotherapy
- pre & post natal conditions
- sporting injuries
- work & motor vehicle accident rehabilitation
- pain management
- general aches and pains
- movement difficulties or biomechanical issues
- post-surgical rehabilitation
- vestibular disorders (vertigo)
At Core Physiotherapy & Pilates Studio (in Adelaide) our therapists combine hands on therapy with a focus on Pilates based strengthening. Coupled with this is our expertise in educating clients how to manage their own complaints through at home exercises between visits to our clinic.
We utilise the McKenzie Method of spine assessment, diagnosis and treatment which helps clients not only quickly alleviate their pain, but gain and keep control of their problem long into the future.
Our care for clients focuses on listening to their problems and finding the quickest solutions to alleviate pain and begin the healing process.
Your Physiotherapist will assess your problem and decide the best form of treatment to relieve your symptoms and improve your condition. This may include:
- Hands on therapy
- Joint mobilisation
- Massage therapy
- Dry needling
Your Physio is also able to help you understand your symptoms and manage them, preventing future injuries from occurring. You don’t need a referral to see a Physiotherapist, when you visit your Physio let them know about any health problems that you may be experiencing, prior injuries and the amount of exercise that you do. To make a booking with one of our Physios at a location across metro adelaide press here. You can find out more about the other services that we provide by visiting this link.