Every movement you perform, whether it’s opening a door or putting on shoes, requires core control, strength and stability. When the demands on our body exceed our core’s capability, the movements become difficult, and we are vulnerable to injury and pain.
Our ongoing investment into the latest technology enables us to deliver superior clinical outcomes to our patients. Our Pod Pro Suite includes the Zebris Gait Analysis System, Lunula Laser, Orthema Orthotic...
If you’re wanting to run faster, move better and more efficiently and reduce your chance of injury, then join high-performance professional athletes and get your walk or run analysed by the innovative Zebris Gait Analysis Treadmill.
The Erchonia® Lunula Laser is a revolutionary low-level laser device bringing new hope to people suffering from painful, discolored and disfigured toenails associated with nail fungus.
When prescribed by a biomechanical expert and tailored to a 3D scan of your feet, orthotics have the ability to improve the way you move, help heal injured muscles and tissues, alleviate pressure from painful foot surfaces and significantly improve your quality of life.
The Bodyflow enhances circulation and boosts your recovery following an injury, a sports game, and even after surgery. It works by stimulating the smooth muscle around blood vessels, as opposed to the skeletal muscle in TENS machines, producing superior targeted outcomes.
Dry needling is a great technique we utilise to address tightness and restrictions in muscles. It’s great for localised pain, where we use fine needles to release painful knots present in muscle and loosen tight structures. We commonly use dry needling in the calves, legs and feet - and generally anywhere.
Stretching and strengthening exercises are so much more than just a daily routine or general advice - they work to strengthen and lengthen crucial muscles throughout the body. In turn, these muscles stabilise the surrounding structures.
Joint mobilisation is fast and efficient way to create movement at the joints and stimulate healing in the foot. With each foot containing 26 bones that all move independently of each other, over time the joints tend to lock up as a result of the impact sustained from running, walking, standing and general life.
A biomechanical examination is a comprehensive assessment of the joints, bones, muscles and ligaments of the feet, legs and pelvis, relating to your issue or injury. We analyse the way your body functions together to get you moving and feeling steady on your feet. By assessing what is and isn’t working effectively.
If you’re like us and are in shoes almost all day, you’ll know the importance of having the right, supportive and comfortable shoes in keeping you going on your feet.
Our cycling assessments provide you with a comprehensive analysis on your cycling performance and your alignment and movement throughout.
Over time, and under certain circumstances, caring for your feet, nails and skin can become very difficult. Nails grow thicker, skin becomes harder, and feet can become more difficult to reach.
Remaining injury-free as a runner is a task only a very small proportion of people are able to achieve and that’s exactly what we help you do. By optimising your running technique so your feet and legs.
I go there and they have pretty much excelled in the way they deal with me either looking after my feet or going to Lyle for a massage. When I walk through the door I feel welcomed and the staff there are excellent. Troy should be proud of the wonderful staff he has.