Professional treatments performed by fully qualified physiotherapists. Physiotherapy is a clinical discipline that gives proven results in treating injuries and pain.
Physiotherapy helps to restore movement and function if you are affected by injury, illness or disability. Coming to Pure Harmony Clinic for a series of treatments will improve your quality of life and, with our education, help you avoid injury in the future.
We treat the body as a whole, not just focusing on the specific problem. We give tailored advice on things that can affect your daily life such as posture, safe lifting and carrying techniques.
Physiotherapy treatments cover massage, electrical stimulation, exercises and routines you can take away to practice at home.
There are many different types of back pain. We will help identify and treat the affected area to restore functionality and reduce pain.
Frozen shoulder is a condition that leads to pain and stiffness of the shoulder. It's also known as adhesive capsulitis or shoulder contracture.
When nerves in the lower spine, running along the sciatic nerve, become pinched, severe pain can develop affecting the entire length of the leg, making walking, sitting and getting comfortable extremely challenging. It is important to visit a doctor for diagnosis in order to check the condition does not need surgical or medicinal attention. Our treatments involve manipulation and massage, alleviating pain discomfort.
Calf strains occur when you tear or overstretch one of the muscles in your lower leg. This type of strain is often accompanied by swelling and can sometimes restrict mobility.
Specific exercises will restore function to your knee and strengthen the leg muscles that support it.
There are various levels of Ankle Sprain and it is important to identify the correct one. We can help treat sprains, but a doctor's visit may be necessary in the case of severe injury.
The Achilles tendon is the thickest and strongest tendon in your body, connecting your calf muscles to the back of your heel. Injuries are very painful and can be disabling, but we can help with treating this type of injury.
Tennis elbow, or lateral epicondyliti, is a painful condition affecting the outside of the elbow. Our treatments involve manipulating and massaging the affected area in order to increase the range of movement and relieve pain and stiffness.
There are many kinds of muscular injury that can be helped through a properly supervised series of physio treatments.
Overtraining is the result of giving your body more work or stress than it can handle. Treatment usually involves a series of deep tissue and sport massage sessions designed to aid healing and increase mobility.
Knee injuries are most commonly the result of overuse and can be treated using a combination of protection, rest, ice, compression and elevation. If the pain persists a course of treatment with us may help alleviate the discomfort and aid healing.
There are many kinds of foot injuries that can be effectively treated through Physiotherapy.
A hamstring strain is usually identified as a sudden, sharp, pain towards the back of the thigh. After medical treatment, mostly involving immediate first aid, rest, ice and compression, a full rehabilitation and exercise program is encouraged.
We can help rehabilitate sprains and Injuries to the wrist and hand through a course of therapeutic strenghtening and stretching exercises.
Symptoms of a quad strain or thigh strain typically include a sudden sharp pain at the front of the thigh. Swelling and bruising may develop. Following on from medical advice and usually, protection, rest, ice, compression and elevation, if pain and problems persist, we can provide a course of treatments which will help heal and rehabilitate the injury.
Shoulder injuries are many and varied. It is important to identify the cause and severity of the injury and a visit to the doctor is recommended in the first instance. Following on from any medical advice, we can provide a full range of therapeutic and rehabilitation treatments that will help you restore function and reduce pain.
Soft tissue injuries are caused by trauma or overuse to muscles, tendons or ligaments. We can assist with a range of hands-on treatments, advice and exercises that will promote a prompt recovery and help you avoid such problems in the future.
Sprains and strains are very common injuries affecting muscles and ligaments. There are many reasons for a sprain or strain but, most commonly, involve a sudden trauma caused by collision, sudden movement or change of direction and falling awkwardly. We can help with the restoration of movement and function to the affected area through a planned course of treatments and advice on exercises suitable for your specific injury and circumstance.