Balance & Proprioception
Proprioception is defined as the sense of knowing where a body part is in space at any one time. Because proprioception occurs subconsciously, it is sometimes difficult to grasp the concept until you lose this sense.
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FREE FIRST CONSULTATION
At your first consultation the
Physiotherapist will take a detailed medical history, including information about your lifestyle such as your level of physical
activity, your work environment and your
diet, together with any relevant past
The goals are to improve mobility and strength, to relieve pain and to restore physical function. This enables you to resume your regular activities of daily living.
A GREAT ALTERNATIVE TO SURGERY
Before you undergo expensive or invasive surgery, try physical therapy. For some conditions treatment by a physical therapist is as effective as surgery
PARTICIPATING IN PATIENT’S RECOVERY
Physical therapists work collaboratively with their patients and clients. Treatment plans are designed for each person’s individual goals, challenges, and needs.
COMMON PHYSIOTHERAPY TREATMENT OPTIONS
EARLY INJURY TREATMENT
SUB-ACUTE SOFT TISSUE INJURY TREATMENT
PROPRIOCEPTION & BALANCE EXERCISES
REAL TIME ULTRASOUND PHYSIOTHERAPY
SOFT TISSUE MASSAGE
BRACE OR SUPPORT
ELECTROTHERAPY & LOCAL MODALITIES
JOINT MOBILIZATION TECHNIQUES