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Areas of Expertise
Biomechanics incorporates the analysis of every day activities that effect our posture and how we move.
How we sleep, sit, stand and move our bodies is assessed in order to diagnose and treat bio-mechanical dysfunctions that can result in pain, discomfort and misalignment.
Photo-Bio-Modulation / Low Level Laser Therapy LLLT
Low Level Laser Therapy also known as Photo-bio-modulation Therapy uses light to boost the body’s natural healing ability in response to pain, inflammation, swelling and muscular spasm, and increasing oxygen levels to injured cells. Benefiting pain management and inflammation levels resulting in faster recovery from injuries. Learn more about Low Level Laser Therapy.
Sutherland Cranio-Sacral Osteopathy
Cranio sacral osteopathy is a non invasive gentle technique developed by William Garner Sutherland. The technique assists with reducing muscle restrictions and re-aligning bone structures, and restoring the bodies natural cranial mobility. This can be used to help with TMJ syndrome, tinnitus, stress, pain disorders and neurological conditions, also exceptionally useful in new born babies for birthing strains and feeding issues.
GEMt Dry Needling
Dry needling treats muscle tissue by de-activating trigger points causing a relaxation and release of muscle tissue relieving pain and tension.
GEMt is a trusted and evidence based technique of dry needling, this is not the same as acupuncture. This technique is used by Osteopaths. This is useful for muscular spasms, pain, injuries and inflammatory conditions such as plantar fasciitis and tennis elbow.
NADA ear acupuncture, also known as Acu-Detox protocol is used to assist people suffering from acute trauma in emergency and disaster settings, PTSD, addictions, withdrawal from substance use, stress, anxiety and mental health complaints.
The technique involves the insertion of five small, sterilised single use acupuncture needles into specific points on each ear and retained for 45 minutes. For further information about NADA click here
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