Therapeutic Exercises are the key to rehabilitation from injury, surgery, chronic illness or if you want to improve poor physical condition. It is important to us to help improve your quality of life by making you stronger, healthier and able to live life to the full. This belief underpins all that we do at HEALTHY SPINE & CARE, MELBOURNE AUSTRALIA.
We can design and supervise a physical rehabilitation program specific to your needs. The graded and functional exercise program is suitable for patients with sports/work injury or chronic disease who require direction in maintaining a healthy lifestyle. The program will encourage patients to return to long-term physical activity and exercise, whilst complementing healing and improving musculoskeletal conditioning. We aim to reduce the potential risks of injury particularly for those patients with chronic conditions.
HEALTHY SPINE & CARE provides home visits, physiology therapists and specialists in clinical Pilates and also injury rehabilitation therapists all over Melbourne, Victoria and here are some of the most popular areas:
Bayside and South Eastern Melbourne; Hampton, Ormond, Brighton, Brighton East, Sandringham, Black Rock, Mentone, Beaumaris, Gardenvale, Elsternwick, Caulfield South, Balaclava and many more areas in Melbourne, Victoria.
At HEALTHY SPINE & CARE we focus first on assessing and diagnosing symptoms, stabilizing an injury or condition, and preventing it from worsening. Then our focus is on restoring strength, movement and function as much as possible. We want to get you back to your best physical condition using safe and effective interventions.
Physiotherapy offers everyday ‘evidence based’ techniques which you can apply to help improve the way your body moves and functions.
We treat people with injuries such as:
- Neck and back pain
- Sports injuries
- Musculoskeletal injuries
- Overuse injuries
- Muscle, joint, tendon and ligament injuries
- Post-operative rehabilitation
- Growth related pain
- Posture abnormalities
- Muscle imbalances
- Acquired brain injury
- Spinal cord injury
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Guillain Barre Syndrome
- Lower limb amputations
- Multiple trauma (orthopedic, mixed orthopedic and neurology)