If you are suffering from aches, tightness or stiffness physiotherapy can help you get back to work or enjoying your sport and fitness. All our physiotherapists are trained in a range of techniques including exercise therapy, posture, walking and balance retraining, and massage and mobilisation techniques for the muscles and joints.
Acupuncture is very effective for reducing pain and inflammation, and is an excellent way to ease discomfort. Warrick has a postgraduate certificate in Acupuncture, and has also completed courses in dry needling and women’s health. Very fine needles are used in specific points on the body. This needling triggers signals in the nervous system, causing increases in the brain’s production of natural painkillers called endorphins. These substances are morphine-like chemicals that influence the body’s perception of pain. We use new, single patient use, sterile needles at each treatment.
Our physiotherapists are able to provide remedial massage and myofascial release techniques to alleviate muscle and joint pain, improve to flexibility, and
revitalise the body.
Connect Therapy is a total body assessment and treatment model, which allows clinicians to understand and treat the whole person. It teaches clinicians how to integrate science and clinical expertise in a functional, outcome based framework. Clients are assisted in finding ways to change movement patterns that are causing pain and helped to get back to doing the things they love.
If you wish to know more about Connect Therapy please visit her website, Dr. Linda-Joy Lee International
If you have tendon pain for more than 3 months. Shockwave can be an effective way of stimulating tendons to regenerate and heal your tendon problem.
Usually between 3 and 6 sessions are required to generate a good healing response.
Liz has been working in private practice for 21yrs treating spinal, sports and work related injuries. Her training and experience give her the ability to successfully treat a wide variety of clients including the gardener who can’t bend to plant vegetables to athletes who want to feel freedom in their body while improving performance.
Liz has developed a special interest in working with patients with persistent and recurring muscle and joint problems. This led her to embrace the Connect TherapyTM (LJ Lee) whole body model of assessment and treatment, which incorporates The Thoracic Ring Approach TM( LJ LEE), an approach to assess and treat the thoracic spine and ribcage.
Finding and treating the underlying cause of a problem through whole body assessment allows Liz to move clients out of dysfunctional movement patterns and into a more enjoyable experience of their own bodies. Her training in Pilates allows her to prescribe targeted exercises specific to client’s requirements.
Liz frequently travels to Australia and Canada to update her skills. She is married with 4 adult children and enjoys cycling, tramping, swimming, horse trekking, Pilates and gardening.
Helen Dickenson is a graduate of the New Zealand College of Chinese Medicine. She has a Bachelor of Health Science Majoring in Chinese Medicine and is an ACC registered acupuncturist. Helen is able to use several methods of acupuncture and Chinese herbal formula to relieve the symptoms of pain and promote recovery from trauma. She is a registered member of the New Zealand Acupuncture Standards Authority and is a committee member of the New Zealand Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture Society. Helen also tutors part time at the New Zealand College of Chinese Medicine.