Whether acute or chronic, niggling or intense a Physiotherapist can help eliminate pain that you’re feeling in the body. Many of you may have seen Physio’s in the past and that’s why it’s important for us to explain what makes a Healthfix Physiotherapist different.
Personal training is perfect and important for so many. Whether you’re just getting started with exercising or you’re an elite athlete, having sessions with one of our highly experienced and qualified Personal Trainers will help you achieve your goals. These goals are as varied as the people we train.
Exercise Physiology is a medical science that uses exercise to treat health conditionsand enhance a person’s overall health. An Exercise Physiologist is great when you need to get moving more but you might have a health condition holding you back currently. Whether that is arthritis, diabetes, high blood pressure, muscle imbalances, obesity, PCOS,depression, anxiety, etc. having someone to help guide you who fully understands your body, the medicine your taking and integrating your care and exercise regime with your other health professionals is extremely valuable.
A remedial, deep tissue or sports massage can be the perfect link to ensure you’re reaching your optimum health goals.
Dietetics and Nutrition
Diet plays an important part in reaching your optimum health. Getting the balance right of what you eat and drink, and at what time, is something we could all do with a little help with! The temptations to consume things which hinder our health and the ease that bad habits form is something we all know too well. Our Dietitian can help with a number or health concerns including a lack of energy, bloating, fatigue, recurrent cold and flu and hormonal imbalances.
Our women’s health services are geared around keeping the vibrant, active women of our local community doing the things they love. Our services are helping local women with acute needs such as pregnancy, incontinence and prolapse as well as more persistent problems like endometriosis, PCOS, sexual pain and dysfunction and pelvic pain.
We use the fantastic GaitScan to assist us when carrying out an assessment of your gait. We walk frequently and often whether around the office, to the gym, taking the dog out or simply cooking. It’s a daily activity that is greatly impacted by what may seem like small injuries and muscle imbalances. When we speed that walk into a jog, a run or a sprint ensuring we assess and manage any potential issues is even more vital.