Ankle Foot Pain

Ankle injuries are usually determined by how the mechanism of injury and the type of tissue that is damaged – ligament, tendon or bone.

Arthritis

Arthritis is a medical term used for joint pains – it is not however defined as a single disease but the term covers over 100 medical conditions of which Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common form and generally affects elderly patients, followed with rheumatoid arthritis (RA)

Chest Wall Pain

Front and back chest-wall tenderness (mild to agonizing) is pain reproduced by specific joint play motions of the thoracic spine, costo-transverse articulation, costo-chondral junction, and the costo-sternal junction.

Hand Pain

When it comes to hand and upper limb therapy, we evaluate and test the hands and upper limb to assess the cause of your pain. From here, we construct a personalised treatment appropriate for you.

Headache

Headaches are one of the most common medical conditions, with almost everyone experiencing them occasionally, especially the office workers stressing in the Sydney CBD. Some people experience frequent, recurring, or chronic headaches.

Hip Pain

The hip is a ball and socket joint involving the articulation between the thigh bone and pelvis. The hip joint is surrounded by many strong ligaments and muscles which aid in stabilising and controlling the movement and mobility of the joint.

Jaw (TMJ) Pain

Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) symptoms can be the result of an injury to the joint, improper alignment of the jaw and teeth, overuse due to excessive or vigorous chewing, or the action of orthodontics

Knee Pain

Apart from spinal conditions, knee pain is one of the most common ailments of the musculoskeletal system.

Lower Back Pain

Back pain is a very common complaint among people of all age groups.

Neck Pain

Neck pain is a very common complaint among people of all age groups. It is, however, more commonplace among people in their thirties and onwards. Neck pain is mainly due to degenerative or wear and tear changes in the spine and is most often part of a progressive disease.

Plantar Fasciitis & Heel Pain

The Plantar fascia is a fan-shaped, strong band of connective tissue which holds the foot bones and joints in place and attaches from the heel bone to the ball of the foot.

Pregnancy Pain

First and foremost, congratulations on finding out you’re pregnant. Being pregnant may be smooth sailing at first; however, as we progress through the weeks, our body undergoes quite a few changes.

Regional Coccyx Pain

Coccyx pain (tailbone pain) also known as coccydynia can be quite frustrating to an individual and can significantly play a role in our day to day life, however, relief is possible.

Rotator Cuff Injuries

The rotator cuff is a group of muscles and tendons that help to move the shoulder and hold the joint in place and centered.

Shoulder Pain

Painful shoulder conditions that limit movement are common, and are caused by problems with the shoulder joint and its surrounding structures. The shoulder is more prone to injuries than other joints because of its wide range of movement.

Sports Injuries

Sport is a great part of Australian culture and from the professionals to the weekend warriors, sporting injuries are very common.

Tennis Elbow/Golfers Elbow

Acute Tennis Elbow is an injury to the muscles that extend the wrist and fingers. Golfers-ElbowGolfer’s elbow, also called Medial Epicondylitis, is similar to its counterpart. The primary differences between these conditions are the location of the pain and the activity that leads to injury.

Thoracic Pain

Back pain is a very common complaint among people of all age groups. It is, however, more commonplace among people in their thirties and onwards, but is not unfamiliar to those younger due to the increasing demand to sit (sedentary lifestyle).

Work Related Injuries

Work related injury is defined as the result of an accident that gives rise to musculoskeletal injury. No matter what it is you do, whether you work in an office, in a factory or driving a truck there is always a chance that you could injure yourself.