In order to provide you with the best possible clinical care Move Forward have developed the following Physio services to meet the specific needs of each individual patient. From the point of injury to right up until a successful return to normal activity/ full work duties, we will ensure that your recovery is rapid and complete. Our philosophy emphasizes a “hands on” approach and exercise rehabilitation to minimize the chance of injury recurrence. Let us help you move forward!
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As an exercise form, our personalized Pilates exercise programs can be invaluable in retraining movement control, strength and flexibility, balance and coordination.
Move Forward physiotherapists undergo intense continuing education to ensure that all their manual therapy techniques are up-to-date and refined.
Hydrotherapy (water therapy) combines the benefits of a non weight bearing environment with the healing and relaxing properties of warm water.
Move Forward has a number of Physiotherapists at various locations experienced in the treatment of health issues specifically related to women.
Move Forward Physiotherapy is always striving to keep our patients up to date with the latest advice and education – view any of our video links for great free health and fitness tips.
Dry needling is the insertion of filament (acupuncture) needles into the soft tissues of the body to treat musculo-skeletal pain and dysfunction.
Move Forward Physiotherapists aim to get you pain free, mobile, strong, flexible, and ready to return to sport, work and life, as soon as possible.
Getting yourself as strong, flexible and functional as you can BEFORE you have surgery will ensure you have the best post operative result possible.
Move Forward Physiotherapists use RTUI to assess and retrain the deep muscles of the body that cannot be easily palpated during exercise.
Research shows that the stabilising muscles almost always weaken following an injury and will not necessarily automatically or spontaneously re-strengthen.
Vertigo (dizziness) is often caused by illnesses that affect the inner ear and Move Forward Physiotherapists can assist with treatment of this condition.
By applying the principles of human physiotherapy to the anatomy and physiology of dogs, we can give your dog the same benefits as you would receive from a physiotherapy session.
Pain affects all of us at some stage of our lives, with some of us going on to have persistent pain. Fortunately, there have been some fantastic new developments to help our understanding and treatment for persistent pain.
Move Forward physiotherapists are equipped with the knowledge to ensure that you choose the right product for your injury to alleviate your symptoms and optimise your recovery.