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Physiotherapy & Sports Massage
Physiotherapy can assist with injury analysis, rehabilitation & prevention. A Sports Massage is a type of massage to target deep tissue, fascia and connective tissue.
Clinical Pilates is a mindful strength and conditioning program designed to target postural muscles to improve core stability and posture.
In our classes we focus on a combination of reformer, mat, trx suspension training and resistance training to get a well rounded full body workout to meet the needs of both rehabilitation clients and clients that want to make change to their physique.
Dry Needling is stemmed from acupuncture to tread myofascial pain at a cellular level. It is used to target “trigger points” which are areas of pain and tightness in a muscle. The aim with the technique is to release the trigger points by increasing blood flow into the muscle to restore normal muscle function and improve activity .
Kinesio Tape (KT) or rigid sports tape can be used to treat injuries, aid in proprioception, reduce swelling or help support a variety of other disorders.
Our Physio’s are trained in utilising these taping methods to restore normal movement, or assist with providing support, reducing swelling and pain relief.
Why Choose Us
The experts in getting your body right.
Better Moves Physiotherapy is about helping people be better. We focus on helping you maintain body wellness, prevent injury, and create strength & conditioning for anybody of any age.
All Better Moves clients have access to all facilities in the gym locations during their consultation – even if they aren’t members.
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