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Products

Move Well has researched the market to bring a range of musculoskeletal products, which will help to alleviate your symptoms and optimize your recovery. From braces to hot packs, orthotics to joint supplements, Move Well physiotherapists are equipped with the knowledge to ensure that you choose the right product for your injury. List of Products […]

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Vertigo (dizziness)

Dizziness is often caused by illnesses that affect the inner ear, including benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV), migraine and inflammation of the inner ear balance apparatus (called vestibular neuritis). Dizziness may also be caused by low blood pressure, some heart problems (such as cardiac arrhythmias), anxiety disorders such as panic attacks or (uncommonly) by hypoglycaemia […]

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Women’s Health

Move Well has a number of Physiotherapists experienced in the treatment of health issues specifically related to women. You may see your Move Well Physiotherapist for treatment of incontinence and other pelvic floor issues, pre and post natal exercise prescription, post menopausal health and prevention of osteoporosis, and treatment of acute conditions such as mastitis. […]

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Real-time Ultrasound Imaging (RTUI)

Real-time ultrasound imaging (RTUI) is well known for looking at babies in utero and injured tendons around the shoulder. Physiotherapists also use RTUI to assess and retrain the deep muscles of the body that cannot be easily palpated during exercise. Seeing is believing! Sometimes it is hard to get the right muscle contracting in the […]

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Pre-operative Exercise Programs

You have been examined by the specialist and you have been told you need orthopaedic surgery. What should you do now? Getting yourself as strong, flexible and functional as you can BEFORE you have surgery will ensure you have the best post operative result possible. Whether you are booked in for spinal surgery, arthroscopic joint […]

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Hydrotherapy

Hydrotherapy (water therapy) combines the benefits of a non weight bearing environment with the healing and relaxing properties of warm water. There are very few musculo-skeletal conditions that would not benefit from exercising in warm water. The buoyancy of the water allows you to perform movements and exercises that may be too difficult for you […]

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Dry Needling

Move Well Physiotherapists are trained in dry needling techniques that can be used to complement your physiotherapy treatment. Dry needling is the insertion of filament (acupuncture) needles into the soft tissues of the body to treat musculo-skeletal pain and dysfunction. The term “dry needling” refers to the use of acupuncture needles within western medicine practices, […]

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Stabilising Muscle Function

The Stabilising Muscles Throughout the body there are strength muscles and stabilising muscles. The strength muscles produce the movement of the body while the stabilising muscles support and protect the body. The stabilising muscles are essential for the protection of the joints and other tissues by providing “shock-absorption” so that movement does not jerk or […]

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Move Well Rehabilitation

Move Well Physiotherapists can devise a rehabilitation program tailored to your individual needs. We aim to get you pain free, mobile, strong, flexible, and ready to return to sport, work and life, as soon as possible. Move Well Rehabilitation programs can include a combination of hands-on physiotherapy, real-time ultrasound imaging retraining of deep muscle function, […]

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Manipulative & Sports Physiotherapy

Manipulative Physiotherapy Manipulative physiotherapy refers to the use of high velocity thrust techniques in order to manipulate a restricted or stiff joint and restore the normal range of movement to that joint. There is often an associated ´popping´ or ´clicking´ noise with these techniques. Theoretically, any joint can be manipulated but with Move Well Physiotherapists […]

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