Physiotherapy is an effective, proven form of manual treatment that is instrumental in the management and recovery of many painful and limiting musculoskeletal conditions.

A qualified physiotherapist will work closely with clients, using a variety of techniques to alleviate painful conditions and challenging symptoms, fostering an optimised recovery and return to health.

Physiotherapy has been proven to effectively treat and alleviate the following conditions and more:

  • Jaw And Neck Pain
  • Shoulder, Elbow And Arm Pain
  • Back Pain (Sciatica, Limited Mobility)
  • Painful Pregnancy Symptoms
  • Hip And Pelvic Pain
  • Sports Injuries, Sprains, Strains And Weaknesses
  • Arthritis, Tendonitis And Rheumatological Symptoms
  • Post Surgery-Rehab
  • Strength Conditioning After Trauma (Breaks And Fractures)
  • Symptoms From Fibromyalgia And Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  • Bowel And Bladder Incontinence
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What should I expect from my first Physiotherapy Session?

During the initial consultation,your concerns will be assessed in detail. Very often, the cause of your pain can be identified and treated with gentle mobilisation, manual therapy, acupuncture and ongoing at-homeexercises or studio rehabilitation if appropriate.

Complementary equipment used at SA Wellness Centre.

To optimize your treatment outcome at SA Wellness Centre, your therapist may refer to one of our quality complementary treatment devices.

Specific to physiotherapy and massage, the G5 Vibramatic Digital is leading edge technology that is particularly effective in physical therapy, sports medicine and respiratory therapy. A digitally operated and handheld apparatus, the device replicates specific percussion, clapping and vibration techniques that are extremely effective in achieving a range of improvements for:

  • Myofascial Release
  • Sports Rehab
  • Deep Muscle therapy
  • Trigger Point Reduction/Therapy
  • Pain Relief
  • Lymph Drainage
  • Postural Drainage
  • …and more
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Upon assessment, your therapist will determine whether the G5 Vibramatic Digital is likely to improve your therapy outcomes.

What should I bring to my physiotherapy appointment?

Dress comfortably for your physiotherapy appointments, as full mobility will position you for the most effective treatment. You may find it more convenient to bring a loose pair of shorts to wear during your session, but usually, loose non-restrictive casual wear with lots of stretch is most suitable.

A referral is not required in order to book an appointment with a physiotherapist.