Osteopathy is also manual therapy which seeks to identify and deal with mobility restrictions that can affect all structures composing the human body. Osteopaths will dive into more visceral/ organ related issues that maybe the cause of your musculoskeletal pain. Any loss of mobility of joints, muscles, ligaments and internal organs can cause an imbalance of overall health. Our osteopaths will conduct a thorough history and biomechanical assessment to develop individualized treatment plan consisting of manual, manipulative and or visceral therapy.
Physiotherapy is the practice of correcting any musculoskeletal dysfunctions in the body by restoring joint and soft tissue mechanics to resume pain free movement. Our physiotherapists will perform this through a thorough history taking and biomechanical assessment to develop specialised treatment plans consisting of manual and or manipulative therapy for recovery from injuries, prevention, and maintenance of your body’s joint mechanics.
Movement therapists , also knowns as kinesiologists, exercise therapists, strength and conditioning coaches, and or sports therapists work alongside our physiotherapists and osteopaths to analyse and correct movement dysfunction through exercise. Our movement therapists will receive referrals from our physiotherapy or osteopathy team members before performing their own movement analysis to prescribe appropriate exercises according to the stages of tissue healing after an injury or post-operative procedure, provide global and regional strengthening to allow complete recovery for all injuries and movement dysfunctions, and provide long-term injury prevention and pain management.
Chiropractic is the use of manual therapy with orthopedic, neurologic and movement-based assessment to diagnose and treat biomechanical pain. We use a variety of skills to evaluate the patient’s complaint and set up a treatment plan which includes pain management and prevention.