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Manual and
Manipulative Therapy

Manipulative Therapy

Manipulative therapy involves skilled techniques designed to mobilise different structural barriers in the body, thereby increasing joint range of motion, enhancing soft tissue flexibility, and reducing pain. This therapy includes:

Joint Mobilisation Technique

Joint mobilisation is a passive movement technique performed within the functional or available range of specific joints. It helps relieve pain and improve or maintain joint range of motion, making it beneficial for various musculoskeletal conditions.

 

Soft Tissue Mobilisation and Relaxation Technique

Soft tissue mobilisation targets chronic pain syndromes resulting from soft tissue overuse, tightness, or spasm rather than joint stiffness or degenerative changes. This skilled technique involves direct contact with the affected area or indirect methods to promote relaxation and pain relief.
 

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Chest Physiotherapy

Chest physiotherapy focuses on mobilising and clearing mucus and secretions, improving chest expansion, and enhancing cardiopulmonary function in pulmonary rehabilitation. It is particularly beneficial for patients with conditions like cystic fibrosis, bronchiectasis, atelectasis, lung abscess, neuromuscular diseases, pneumonias, and those recovering from surgery.

Treatment techniques include:

  • Postural drainage

  • Percussion or vibration

  • Breathing and coughing exercises

  • Triflow exercises

  • Suction

  • Active mobilisation
     

 

Take the Next Step

 

Ready to explore the benefits of thermotherapy and cryotherapy? Contact us today to schedule an appointment with our experienced physiotherapists. Our team will tailor the best treatment plan for you, providing relief from pain and enhancing your overall wellbeing with our advanced therapy methods.

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