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Physical: We have all been trained in the basics, and most common treatment techniques, so we know about what you may have already tried.

We will look at different things – we don’t want to take you down a path you have already tried unsuccessfully.
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Neurophysiological: Pain is never purely “psychological” – telling a patient that their pain “is not real” or in some way “made up” is as insulting as it is incorrect.

There can be issues with the processing of pain by your nervous system – and our clinicians can determine how much effect this has on your individual condition.
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The research is now overwhelmingly strong, and it agrees wholeheartedly with the clinical experience of our physiotherapists – those patients who know *why* their pain is happening are far more likely to make significant improvements than those who don’t. We want you to know exactly where your pain is coming from and how we can begin to treat it.
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Our treatment methods (amongst others) include Manual Therapy, trigger point releases, massage, neural mobilisation, dry needling, home exercise programs, and movement education.
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To ensure long-term relief from your pain, we teach strength programs, educate on the importance of mental strengthening, help you to set goals, and encourage movement as part of an overall healthy lifestyle.
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