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Physiotherapy & Acupuncture can treat a wide range of conditions, some of these include the conditions below:

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Neck Pain

Neck pain is becoming a bigger issue in today’s society, as people are living more sedentary lifestyles. Neck pain is very common with office workers, and people who rely on electronic devices.

Back Pain

Back pain is becoming a bigger issue in today’s society, as people are living more sedentary lifestyles. Back pain is very common with office workers, and people who rely on electronic devices.

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Muscle Injuries

Muscle injuries are caused by overstretching/tearing of muscle tissue. This is usually characterized by a dull, aching pain. There can be many causes of this including sporting injuries, accidents, and overuse injuries.

Joint Pain

Joint pain refers to aches, discomfort and soreness in any of the body’s joints. Arthritis is the most common condition that affects the joints. Joint pain can also be caused by injury due to muscle spasm.

Sports Injuries

Sports Injuries are commonly seen by physiotherapists. They can occur with about any sport you can imagine. Some common sport injuries include the ankle, knee, shin, hamstrings, elbow, and back.

Post-Operative Treatment

Physiotherapy treatment is essential after a surgery. If you have had surgery for any injuries (ACL reconstruction, ankle, shoulder, other knee surgeries etc), physiotherapy will help speed up your recovery.
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We are registered ACC Providers. No referral is required. We offer physiotherapy and acupuncture treatment covered by ACC. Book in online now to get your injury sorted today.

Is Physiotherapy right for me?

Physiotherapy uses evidence based techniques to restore function and movement to anyone who has had an injury or accident. Physiotherapy techniques can help relieve pain and stiffness and restore normal movement.

Is Acupuncture right for me?

Acupuncture uses a traditional Chinese healing approach to treat a variety of conditions by triggering specific points on the skin with needles. The body’s response to acupuncture involves stimulation of the immune system, increasing circulation to the area and promoting the natural self-healing process.