Our Physiotherapists are able to treat most ACUTE conditions and injuries.
Primarily, our Physiotherapists treat clients using physical techniques such as manipulation, massage and heat treatment.
We have a strong focus on exercise to increase mobility, a range of motion through joints and strength of injured body parts.

The most common conditions our Physiotherapists treat include:

General movement injuries
Strength of injured body part
Reducing lower back pains, torso and neck pains
Alleviate headaches and migraines
Disk bulge
Muscle strains
Spinal conditions
Scoliosis, kyphosis and lordosis
Muscular/tendon strains and tears
Joint and spinal mobilisation


Our Exercise Physiologists focus on behavioural change and self-management to get our clients back to a healthy functioning state along with education on their condition.

Our Exercise Physiologists use prescription and education on trigger point therapy and self-massage techniques with low cost equipment including foam rollers and trigger point balls.

They will design a specific strength and condition programs for our clients so that they can do in their own home to help treat and manage their condition.

The most common conditions that our Exercise Physiologists treat include:

High Blood Pressure

High Cholesterol levels





Coronary Artery Disease


Chronic pain

Functional capacity building

Weight loss

Musculoskeletal conditions and injuries


Speech Pathologists are trained to assess and provide speech therapy for people who may experience communication and speech difficulties. The disorders could be related to language, socialising, communicating with other people, speaking, listening, writing, reading, and even using your voice.

Some of these difficulties may be caused by developmental issues, brain injuries, intellectual disabilities, dementia, or other problems that could be related to speech and language development.

The common issues our Speech Pathologists can help with are:

Speech sound disorders
Language disorders
Stuttering treatment
Stammering treatment
Reading and spelling disorders
Difficulty with feeding and swallowing
Receptive language disorders
Difficulty with repeating what is repeated back to them
Language development issues
Reading comprehension
Listening and attention
Speech impairments
Apraxia of speech
Phonological dyslexia
Producing speech sounds correctly (articulation)
Using the correct sentence structure
Speech impediments


Occupational Therapists are trained to assess and provide therapy for people who may experience difficulties with their fine, gross or visual motor skills as well as sensory and emotional regulation difficulties. 

Occupational therapists focus on promoting health and wellbeing by enabling people to participate in the everyday occupations of life, such as self-care activities including showering, dressing, preparing food; productive activities such as education, work, volunteering and caring for others; and leisure/social activities, such as being part of a community group, engaging in a hobby, and being part of a friendship group. Occupational therapists play a particularly crucial role in enabling people experiencing disability to identify and implement methods that support their participation in occupations. This may include modifying an activity or an environment.


Dietitians are experts in food and nutrition. They provide guidance about how to appropriately manage diets and nutrition for people who may be affected by health conditions such as diabetes, overweight and obesity, cancer, heart disease, renal disease, gastro-intestinal diseases and food allergies. A dietitian can help people maintain their health and reduce their risk of developing chronic disease.

Dietitians understand how nutrition impacts the body and use this knowledge to treat a range of medical conditions. Trained in medical nutrition therapy, dietitians translate scientific nutrition information into dietary advice. They use specialised coaching strategies to improve wellbeing through lifestyle and diet changes.