The Otago Exercise Programme (OEP) is an evidence based training programme designed to improve mobility, flexibility, strength, balance and walking abilities in patients who are at increased risk of falling, or those with previous history of falling. Our physiotherapist is a qualified OEP leader and is therefore in position to assess patients on individual basis and will advice whether one-on-one sessions or training in a group setting is appropriate.
Dry needling is a relatively modern physiotherapeutic treatment method whereby thin sterile needles are used to release trigger points, reduce muscle tension, relief pain and increase joint mobility. Dry needling is used for the treatment of a wide variety of conditions such as arthritis, fibromyalgia, sports injuries, headaches and migraines.
Manipulations & Mobilisations of the Spine and Peripheral Joints
Manipulations and mobilisations involve manual techniques that will help improve joint mobility, reduce pain and restore function.
Manipulating a joint involves fast movements, often accompanied by a clicking or popping sound as pressure is released within the joint. Joint mobilisations are gentle, smooth techniques that involve repetitive movements of the joint in a specific direction.
Depending on the condition and individual needs, your chartered physiotherapist who has been trained to provide these treatments will advice on the most suitable method that will offer optimal results.
Massage is the manipulation of soft tissue (muscles, tendons, fasciae…etc.) through the application of different massage techniques. Prohealth365 offers a range of different massage treatments, from pregnancy massage, trigger point massage, classic therapeutic massage, sports massage to relaxation massage. Depending on your needs, different massage techniques are sometimes applied during one treatment session.
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