Is a form of treatment geared toward active people. It is the assessment, treatment and management of musculoskeletal conditions, which primarily affect movement and mobility. Sports therapists aim to prepare the body for athletic activity and maintain it in optimal condition, utilising a combination of techniques available.
Is a treatment modality that manipulates the soft tissues of the body including movement for a specific therapeutic effect, rather than a general therapeutic effect. It uses relevant techniques, lubricants and movements according to the client’s needs and response. This leads to the healing process, which begins at the cellular level aiding soft tissues in repairing, restoring functional integrity and adapting back to health.
Is the assessment, treatment and management of musculoskeletal conditions, which may cause muscular dysfunction and pain thus affecting movement and mobility. Myotherapists utilise a range of treatment techniques to restore and maintain the normal integrity of the soft tissue structures (muscles, tendons, ligaments and fascia).
Is a form of drug-free non-invasive manual medicine that focuses on total body health by treating and strengthening the musculoskeletal framework, which includes the joints, muscles and spine. Its aim is to positively affect the body’s nervous, circulatory and lymphatic systems. This therapy is a unique holistic (whole body) approach to health care. Osteopaths do not simply concentrate on treating the problem area, but use manual techniques to balance all the systems of the body, to provide overall good health and well- being.
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Is a non-invasive form of myofascial trigger point therapy, whereby a solid filiform needle is inserted into a muscle suffering multiple contraction knots. A great way of aiding the release of muscle tightness, it also promotes recovery at the cellular level.
Is an ancient Chinese medicine which involves a suction on the skin. The suction decompresses the muscle tissue allowing for fresh blood to flow into the muscle and remove toxins. The marks that you see on the skin post treatment is old stagnated blood. The darker the mark the greater stagnation that has occurred, indicating that area has poor blood flow.
Was designed as a path to spiritual enlightenment. In more recent years it has formed into a gentle form of exercise and stress management. There are many different varieties of Yoga, the main focus is built on three main elements; exercise, breathing and meditation. Centring the physical and mental well-being of whom to chooses this practice. Yoga can: Improve flexibility, build strength, improve balance, support joint health, teach better breathing, assist with mental calmness and clarity, reduce stress, improve mindfulness, reduce fatigue, combat inflammation in the body, improve posture.
Was originally introduced to help injured athletes and dancers safely return to exercise and maintain fitness levels. In most recent years it has morphed into aerobic and non-aerobic form of exercise; that requires focus and concentration into order for your body to move through precise ranges of motion. Lengthening and stretching majors muscle groups whilst utilising and building abdominal core strength
By its simplest definition is a movement or exercise chosen to correct a specific dysfunction.
When injuries, tightness and dysfunction arise in our bodies it is common practice to seek out treatment in the allied health setting. While soft tissue work generally has positive outcomes, combining treatments with a structured approach to corrective exercise can often accelerate the recovery process by improving joint stability or mobility and as a result, movement competencies are also enhanced.
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Pneumatic or sequential pressure is used through the leg cuff, targeting the feet, achilles, calf, hamstring, quadriceps, and adductor muscle groups. Increase circulation, enhance muscle recovery and reduce oedema.