A-Z of conditions we treat

We have helped people with all of these conditions to achieve improved results for their well being and experience of pain.


Acquired Spondylolisthesis
Displacement of a vertebra in your spine onto the vertebrae below it.

Muscle degeneration, which can be caused by disuse, or nerve damage.

Back Pain
Acute, (30 days or less) subacute, (1 to 6 months)  chronic (6 months or more of ongoing pain).

Cancer pain
Pain from the condition itself as well as pain from treatment. There are many methods we use to lessen cancer pain, including medicinal, physiotherapies, and psychotherapies.

Carpal tunnel syndrome
A compression of the median nerve in the carpal tunnel in your arm, that gives the pins and needles sensation, numbness, and ongoing pain.

Cervical pain
A type of hernia in the neck which can also affect the shoulder, skull, arm, and hand.

Complex regional pain syndrome
A painful condition of a person’s arm, hand, leg or foot, which occurs after an injury, such as a fracture.

Degenerative and osteoarthritis
An abnormality that degrades joints, which then affects surrounding cartilage and bone.

Degenerative spinal disease
Such as stenosis, an abnormal narrowing of the spinal canal.

Facial pain
Varied treatments, which depend on your specific circumstances. This syndrome has different causes, which require individual healing methods.

Geriatric re-conditioning
Treatment that includes physiotherapy, awareness, and complimentary exercise programs, specifically designed for seniors at risk of fracture or bone deficiencies.

Herniated disc
A tear in the outer ring of an intervertebral disc, which allows the soft inner portion of the vertebrae  to bulge out past out the damaged outer ring.

Knee, Shoulder, elbow pain and stiffness
From injury or muscular and / or joint inflammation.

Myofascial pain syndrome
Muscular and tissue based syndromes, caused by multiple trigger points or constrictions, some of which are very localised, and some more widespread.

Osteoporosis and associated fractures
A progressive bone disease that is characterised by a decrease in bone mass and density, which often lead to an increased risk of fractures.

Peripheral nerve injuries
Nerve damage or inflammation as a result of injury.

Post surgical rehabilitation
Treatment for pain, mobility, and healing after surgery.

A pinched nerve in the spine, occurring when surrounding bones, muscles, cartilage, or tendons deteriorate or are injured.

Sports injuries
Various treatments depending on the type and severity of your injury, to return your mobility and flexibility.

Temporomandibular joint disease TMJ
Pain and dysfunction of the muscles and joints that allow movement of your jaw.

Other chronic pain problems:
• Headache
• Abdominal Pain
• Pelvic Pain

Associated symptoms of chronic pain which may need to be treated:
• Anxiety
• Depression
• Drug and alcohol abuse (detoxification)
• Behavioural changes