Conditions We Support You With
Whether it’s back, neck and spinal pain, something everyone will experience at some point in their lives, that you’re struggling with or you’re feeling constantly dizzy and off-balance, or simply require ongoing pain management, our team of Physiotherapists are trained in the latest evidence-based, hands-on techniques to help you.
Back and Neck Pain/Spinal
Approximately 80% of the population will experience back pain at one point in their life and half of the general population are expected to experience neck pain within their lifetime.
Back and neck pain are common musculoskeletal disorders. Physiotherapists vast knowledge of the unique anatomy and biomechanics of the neck and back coupled with their in depth understanding of pain science allows them to deliver world class management for back and neck pain.
Our physiotherapists are trained in numerous internationally recognised techniques to treat spinal conditions such as the Maitland approach, the McKenzie Method of mechanical diagnosis and therapy and the Mulligan Concept of manual therapy.
We treat all conditions related to neck and back pain. Some of the most common conditions including:
- Discogenic pain (bulges, protrusions, extrusions and sequestrations)
- Acute Wry neck
- Facet joint and articular dysfunctions
- Sacroiliac joint pain
- Spondylolisthesis and Spondylolysis
- Nerve root pain
- Post-operative lumbar conditions (discectomy, laminectomy and fusions)
Our highly experienced team will implement the latest manual therapy techniques, individualised exercise strategies and pain science education all backed by the most up to date evidence to empower you to manage your back and neck pain.
Please call us today or book online to make an appointment.
The pain management program is a unique approach to managing chronic conditions.
Using training gained in post-graduate courses, Enhance Physiotherapy have developed a Pain Management Program designed to unpack and help people understand the science and psychology behind chronic and persistent pain. Run over 4 weeks, the once weekly sessions include education and activities designed to help those that may be suffering from persistent pain or those who may be at risk of developing persistent pain.
The program requires no doctor’s referral and encourages people to get involved and ask questions to help them better understand and manage their own pain.
Vestibular physiotherapists treat patients with dizziness and balance problems.
The vestibular system, a tiny apparatus within the inner ear is often the source of these symptoms and can be treated with a targeted exercise-based approach by a suitable qualified therapist.
Common conditions we treat include:
- Vertigo – Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV)
- Vestibular neuritis and labyrinthitis
- Vestibular migraines
- Concussion/post-concussive syndrome
- Vestibular hypofunction (bilateral/unilateral)
- Motion sensitivity
- Persistent postural perceptual dizziness
- Acoustic neuroma/Vestibular schwannoma
- Falls and general balance decline
All our physiotherapists are trained in vestibular rehabilitation with our physiotherapist, Chris Oats, having undertaken extensive post-graduate training by world class leaders in Vestibular rehabilitation. We are proud to offer the most up to date evidence-based assessment and management with the latest cutting-edge equipment.
This level of service and technology won’t be seen anywhere else in the region.
How Can We Help You
At Enhance Physiotherapy we understand that different conditions and injuries require different methods to help resolve them. For this reason, we offer additional specialty physiotherapy services to help with certain conditions.