and we care
Whether you require complex rehabilitation or simple relaxation, remedial massage or exercise prescription, we provide a holistic, multi-disciplinary approach to pain.
Physio One is dedicated to providing the most up-to-date evidence based treatment to get you moving more better, faster. We take the time to get to the source of your condition quickly and explain things in plain English. Our experienced physiotherapis
Our highly qualified health professionals will ensure that our treatment is tailored to your individual needs, works around your lifestyle and is targeted towards achieving your health goals.
We believe using a holistic approach, throughout assessment and treatment, is essential to ensure all mental and physical aspects of our patient's health are understood.
We value our patients, and place importance on patient satisfaction. All of our therapist's and friendly staff work towards providing our patient's with the most enjoyable experience as they are receiving treatment.
Physiotherapy is the assessment, treatment and prevention of dysfunction associated with the musculoskeletal system. Our skilled practitioners, specialising in sports, musculoskeletal and chronic pain management, provide a holistic approach in discussing your past and current history, specific concerns and working with you to achieve your personal goals. Our therapists provide hands-on consultations, objectively assessing our patient’s needs, tailoring a treatment program for each individual. At physio one, you will receive the most up-to-date, evidence-based practice, guiding and working with you through treatment and self-management methods to reach your highest level of physical function and maintain your health.
Common conditions include, but are not limited to, the following;
Pilates is a low impact, strengthening and conditioning form of exercise which is helpful in the management of low back pain and neck pain. Regular practice helps you enjoy daily activities and sports with greater ease and less chance of injury. Targeting a holistic approach, in maintenance of mobility and strength, additional benefits of Pilates include:
• core stability • improved strength • improved function
• improved balance • better co-ordination • decreased stress levels
Physio One holds one-on-one lessons, and Clinical Pilates classes, run by our experienced physiotherapists. Suitable for all ages and abilities, no prior experience is required. We advise you to contact our clinic for an individual consultation to discuss the foundations of Pilates, prior to your first session.
Yoga is an incorporation of mindfulness with strengthening and flexibility, that creates an awareness of our mind and body. We teach a form of yoga known as ‘vinyasa,’ which involves a combination of breathing with poses, allowing a beautiful flow of movement. Controlled breathing techniques has been shown to be effective in managing stress, facilitating our “rest and digest” system and provides a sense of calm to our daily lives.
Yoga is beneficial for all age groups and activity levels, can complement exercise programs or be used independently. Key benefits of yoga include;
Remedial and Sports Massage are western styles of massage therapy that treat musculoskeletal problems. Whether it’s pre-event preparation, post event recovery, aches from training, aches from gardening or aches from stress, both of these massage styles will aim to;
Acupuncture is the insertion of very fine needles into specific locations on the body to treat a wide range of physiological and stress conditions.
The list of scientific evidence supporting acupuncture is growing and includes, amongst others;
• Allergic rhinitis (perennial & seasonal)
• Knee osteoarthritis
• Chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting (with anti-emetics)
• Chronic low back pain
• Postoperative nausea & vomiting
• Headache (tension-type and chronic)
• Postoperative pain
Want similar benefits of acupuncture, but without dry-needling?
Tuina is the manual therapy branch of Chinese Medicine. You can think of it as acupuncture without needles as it uses the same system of channels and points,but it incorporates a large variety of hand techniques to treat a wide range of conditions from musculo skeletal through to the symptoms of gastrointestinal disorders, gynaecological conditions and other body systems. It also has a large base of scientific evidence to support the efficacy of the treatment. Tuina is typically performed through clothes or a towel.