Spectrum Healthcare Physiotherapy
Spectrum Healthcare’s physiotherapy aims to rehabilitate and manage various musculoskeletal, sporting and occupational injuries. Our practitioners incorporate the use of state-of-the-art rehabilitation equipment such as the Alter G Anti-Gravity Treadmill and Real-Time Ultrasound to enhance and expedite the recovery process.
At Spectrum Healthcare our practitioners are certified to provide a form of Western Acupuncture known as Musculoskeletal Dry Needling. It is a treatment modality that can be provided in conjunction with traditional Physiotherapy or Chiropractic treatments.
Physiotherapy plays an integral role in the management of many common sporting injuries. Prompt assessment and diagnosis is essential to ensure successful treatment and rehabilitation of such injuries. Our Spectrum Healthcare physiotherapists are trained to deal with a wide range of sporting injuries.
Post Operative Care
At Spectrum Healthcare our experienced physiotherapists will work with you to tailor a rehabilitation program specific to your needs. We will also liaise directly with your surgeon to ensure we are familiar with the specifics of your procedure and any particular rehabilitation requirements that will ensure you make the quickest possible recovery.
Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy (VRT)
Dizziness caused by conditions such as Meniere’s disease, Begnin Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) and Vestibular Neuritis, account for approximately half of all cases of persistent or ongoing light-headedness. Symptoms of Vertigo can be managed with Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy (VRT), which is a specific set of exercise based treatments prescribed by a trained practitioner.
At Spectrum Healthcare the Wattbike is incorporated into our Strength and Conditioning programs. Comprehensive data recording allows our practitioners to assess and monitor maximum power output, fatigue and test endurance. It is a great tool to gauge the progress of rehabilitation or the fitness levels of our elite level athletes. Click to learn more.
Conditions that respond to Physiotherapy
- Sporting injuries
- Back and neck pain
- Whiplash injuries
- Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI)
- Muscle strains and sprains
- Recovery from trauma
- Post-operative rehabilitation
- Headache and migraine management
- Core strengthening
- Strength and conditioning
- Postural re-education
Spectrum Healthcare Physiotherapy
Spectrum Healthcare’s physiotherapy aims to rehabilitate and manage various musculoskeletal, sporting and occupational injuries. At Spectrum Healthcare we focus on providing hands on physiotherapy treatment. This involves the use of soft-tissue or massage therapy alongside, exercise prescription. Our practitioners are specially trained to diagnose, treat and manage injuries. Your physiotherapist will use a range of diagnostic methods including observational and tactile assessments, orthopedic and neurological testing to ensure accurate diagnosis and therefore, the effective treatment of injury.
Physiotherapy can assist with the treatment of any condition which affects muscles, joints or nerves.
Treatment aims to manage and provide pain relief. Moreover, it can repair damage and heal injuries. Physiotherapists also provide post-operative rehabilitation and at Spectrum Healtcare we specialise in rehabilitation for knee reconstructions and hip replacements. Physiotherapy treatment aims to improve mobility and increase strength.
Our physiotherapists have further accreditation in dry needling, clinical pilates, post-operative rehabilitation, specialising in knee reconstructions, hip replacements and shoulder or ankle surgery. Our practitioners incorporate the use of state-of-the-art rehabilitation equipment such as the Alter G Anti-Gravity Treadmill and Real-Time Ultrasound to enhance and expedite the recovery process.
Where necessary we also refer patients to appropriate specialists or co-manage with other health care providers, to ensure that our patients receive optimal care as quickly as possible.
Our skilled physiotherapists use orthopaedic, neurological and muscular tests to arrive at a diagnosis. Diagnosis will enable our therapist to develop a suitable treatment plan.
Before any treatment is carried out, your Physiotherapist will assess your condition. The assessment will involve the diagnosis of the issue and the development of a treatment plan. Your therapist will work with you to devise a treatment plan which takes into account your lifestyle, general health and fitness.