Physical Therapy at Wellbeing Medical Centre
At Wellbeing Medical Centre, our Physiotherapy team is dedicated to your health and wellbeing. They are experts in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of a wide variety of injuries and musculoskeletal problems. Our physiotherapists work with our patients with the aim of relieving pain, restoring normal movement and designing custom treatment plans.
Consultation and treatment
Your initial physiotherapy session is typically a 45-minutes consultation involving both assessment and treatment.
- A full history of your problem and a medical history is taken and documented.
- A physical examination of the area involved is performed.
- You will be given an explanation about your problem after the assessment.
- The Physiotherapist will then discuss a treatment plan with you and will start your treatment.
- Should your physiotherapist feel further investigation is needed, they will inform you and arrange a referral to an Orthopedic Specialist.
Follow up treatments are typically 30 minutes long although extended sessions are available if needed. The number of treatments you require will depend on your condition. Wellbeing Medical Centre has a strong emphasis towards manual therapy and hands on treatment.
We also use a range of other treatment modalities including:
- Dry Needling
- Applied Kinesiology
- Kinesiology tape
- Therapeutic Massage
Back and Neck Pain, Stiffness Frozen shoulder, elbow pain Discs Problems, Sciatica Dizziness, Headaches Cervical syndromes Numbness and tingling Scoliosis, Tendinitis Hip and Joint replacement Sports Injuries and improved performance Arm and Leg Pain, Sprains and Strains Neuro-pediatric, motor developmental problems, musculoskeletal Osteoarthritis, osteoporosis Pregnancy and Pelvic Pain (Pelvic Floor Dysfunction) Posture and ergonomic advice Muscle Pain through Dry Needling Dry Needling Our Physiotherapist at Wellbeing Medical Centre which is an effective and efficient technique for the treatment of muscular pain and myofascial dysfunction. The treatment involves needling of a muscle’s trigger points and is extremely effective for relaxing overactive muscles. The technique should not to be confused with the traditional acupuncture.