Osteopaths are registered as primary healthcare practitioners and are trained to recognise various conditions in all areas of the body and not just musculo-skeletal injuries.
Remedial massage uses several specialised techniques to help the body repair damage to muscles, tendons and joints. The key benefit of massage is to increase blood flow to improve healing and repair as well as assist the removal of toxins from affected tissues. This can also help to decrease pain and sensitivity as well as easing tension around the joints and allowing for better joint range of motion.
Chiropractic is the largest drug-free primary healthcare profession with a focus on the nervous system and musculoskeletal health. Chiropractors in Australia complete a 5-year university degree requiring a significant amount of Anatomy, Neuroscience, Physiology, Biomechanics, Pathology, Diagnostic Imaging, Medical Examination, Nutrition and Pharmacology study, including hundreds of applied clinical hours treating a broad range of people and complaints.
A Myotherapist is highly qualified in assessing, treating and rehabilitating a range of musculoskeletal conditions including muscle, tendon, nerve and ligament issues. They have a thorough knowledge of anatomy and are highly skilled when it comes to their knowledge of the muscles in particular. A Myotherapist has been trained to treat using a variety of techniques, which are dependent on the condition they are treating. They may utilise remedial massage, dry needling, cupping, rehabilitative or specific exercises, stretching and/or education.
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Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
Hyperbaric treatment is a treatment that delivers oxygen under pressure, enriching cellular blood oxygen levels . HBOT floods the body with oxygen, saturating tissue that was previously oxygen deprived. The Salus 36 is calibrated to maximize pressure at 1.3ATA. This is equivalent to a dive, in water, to a depth of approx 4.12 metres.Read More