It is traditional to write a list of conditions treated in clinics, however, this seems finite and limited.
has various definitions but put simply, is pain that has lasted longer than the expected period for healing to take place. The truth is that most conditions that have come about through time and repetition of bad movement habits often have common underpinning causes that can be addressed once identified.
Acute soft tissue injuries (STI’s)
acquired through trauma in sports, work and everyday mishaps are easily managed through appropriate cessation of aggravating activities and introduction of mobilising and strengthening exercises. Again, there are usually biomechanical insufficiencies that pre-exist and cause or at least prevent spontaneous recovery from many STI’s.
The complex and degenerative.
Although often beyond a “cure” conditions such as osteoarthritis, fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome have a common thread in the necessity to learn how to manage symptoms. As well as the help of standard physiotherapy techniques to ease pain and improve mobility and strength. Learning the roll of pacing, goal setting and pain management strategies is central to preventing these conditions from dominating life.