Focus on your Rehabilitation

Your first appointment will consist of a thorough osteopathic consultation and evaluation (see osteopathy page). We will be ask specific questions related to your particular sport or even to demonstrate some movements. We will provide a detailed explanation or our findings outlining the major somatic dysfunctions.  We will provide our osteopathic prescription consisting of treatment plan, approx. number of visits, exercise advice, and re-assesment time.

Treatment is likely to involve the use of osteopathic techniques within the treatment room combined with a more specific exercise based program in the studio gym. The aim is to return to full physical activity.

We are dedicated to sports medicine and focus our rehabilitation on the performance needs of our athletes as well as the prevention of sports-related injuries. Whether you are a professional, recreational or scholastic athlete, our approach to sports medicine rehabilitation services is simple: personalized care with exceptional outcomes. Our Osteopaths are highly experienced in the assessment and treatment of soft tissue injuries, with great knowledge of biomechanics, tissue pathology and healing. They carry out a thorough assessment, treatment and rehabilitation for  musculoskeletal, ligamentous, and many other injuries.

For complaints including:
  Overuse injuries and stress fractures
  Muscle tears, tendon and ligament sprains
  Knee, ankle and foot injuries
  Shoulder injuries, tennis/golfer elbow, hand and wrist pain

For more information, book an appointment today.

COVID-19 Update

 

During this unprecedented time, we have taken the decision to shut down for the safety of our staff and patients.

 

Our clinic will be closed for general operations until further notice.

 

All non-urgent patient appointments will be rescheduled at a later date.

 

We are here to care for patients in the following urgent circumstances:

 

1. Experiencing a sudden and debilitating change in functional abilities (understood as walking, standing, sitting, lifting, sleeping) or significant restrictions (experienced during bending/twisting, repetitive movement, pushing/pulling with right/left arm) as well as injury to head/neck/back and extremities.

 

2. Significant pain, understood as pain that is incapacitating for the patient and interferes with their ability to carry out normal functioning.

 

Do not come into the clinic or book an appointment if you are exhibiting flu symptoms or are in a higher risk category (e.g. recently traveled, been in contact with those that have recently traveled, been in contact with people exhibiting symptoms, etc.).

 

Please folks, carry on with good judgement, and compassion for one another!