What’s the role of a physiotherapist?
Physical Therapy helps in the treatment of pain, injuries or deformities, and enhances one’s life style through a set of techniques applied by a certified specialist – so called Physiotherapist.
A mechanical force technique is the main approach of a physiotherapist, which involves electrotherapy, massage, heat treatment and exercises to readjust injuries and enhances one’s movement!
At Body & Beyond we believe in hands – on approach. Our selected Physiotherapists not only use a wide range of mechanical force techniques through the usage of different therapeutic devices, yet they integrate manual therapy as well, which is highly commended by our clients.
At Body & Beyond, we strive to relief your pain and make you feel better!
Physiotherapists can treat different kinds of sprains and strains, nerve injuries, as well as Cervical, Thoracic and Lumbar Spondylosis, Disc bulge, Scoliosis and Kyphoscoliosis, Supraspinatus Tendonitis, Bicipital Tendonitis and many other health related problems.
What does a Physiotherapist treat?
- Cervical, thoracic and lumbar spondylosis, Disc bulge.
- Scoliosis and kyphoscoliosis
- Frozen shoulder
- Nerve injuries
- Supraspinatus tendonitis
- Bicepital tendonitis
- Trigger points
- Ankle sprain
- Repetitive strain injuries (RSI)
- Adductor strain
- Hamstring strain
- Knee joint injury (ACL, Medial meniscus)
- Runner’s knee
- Jumper’s knee
- Tennis / Golf elbow
- Rotator cuff strains
- Facial nerve paralysis
- Post fixation problems
What is Kinesio Taping?
The Kinesio Taping or the sports healing taping technique and the Kinesio Tex tape was initially introduced by Dr. Kenzo Kase in Japan in the 1970’s, to accelerate the healing process of the tissues and muscles, without reducing the range of motion; thus providing optimal results, in lieu of the ordinary taping techniques that reduces the range of motion and constrains the actual healing process of the traumatized tissues.
At Body & Beyond, we are proud to have a select number of well-trained and experienced practitioners, who can efficiently and effectively apply Kinesio taping technique.
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Kinesio Taping can treat different kinds of sprains and strains, poor posture, twisted pelvis, torticollis, sciatica and many other health related problems.
How does Kinesio Taping work?
Sports injury tape is widely used by sport injuries experts as well as the world’s top athletes because it helps them heal more quickly as well as protecting muscles and joints during sports matches.
Kinesio taping can be used in a variety of circumstances to help improve recovery speed and improve fitness levels. Application of kinesio tape can also help encourage lymphatic fluid movement away from areas of high pressure and towards working lymphnodes.
Kinesio taping can also help to aid muscle contraction or promote relaxation by affecting the stretch response of the muscles.
What conditions can Kinesio Taping help?
- Shoulder impingment/subluxation
- Rotator cuff tear
- Biceps tendonitis
- Compartment syndrome
- Trigger finger
- Rounded shoulders
- Poor posture
- Shin splints
- Sciatica/Lower back pain
- Twisted pelvis
- Piriformis syndrome
- Thigh strain
- Sprained ankles
- Osteoarthritis of the knee
- Plantar fasciitis
- Post operative swelling
- Hamstring strain
- Frozen shoulder
Why Kinesio Taping with us?
Instant and takes very little time
Quick results for most pain
Reduce lymphatic swelling post surgery
Muscle Re-education for runners
Experience in professional sports taping
Get to see the right person
All of our team members are briefed and understand that you must see the right person for your injury. It makes no sense going to see a therapist who is not the best person for that injury. We try and ensure you are working with the right team early on.
Our team is capable of interacting with our existing medical support staff and coaching them to ensure a continuity of care that is unparalleled. Our technology allows us to communicate seamlessly with you and your current support team to get things sorted quickly.