Our aim is to bring together the best treatment approaches of Osteopathy, Physiotherapy and Soft Tissue Therapies
At Spinefit our therapists are experienced at identifying muscle and joint imbalances and faulty movement patterns and are able to design comprehensive treatment strategies to assist in the long term resolution of chronic back pain conditions. We can design a treatment program to target your problem areas.
At Spinefit we specialise in the integration of osteopathy, where we identify patterns of muscle imbalance and related joint restriction, and physiotherapy. Our holistic approach combine hands on therapy with functional training to offer our patients a comprehensive, goal orientated, evidence based and proactive solution to their musculoskeletal disorders.
Our manual therapies utilised in our clinics include spinal mobilisation and manipulation, soft tissue and myofascial release techniques as well as localised dry needling of muscular trigger points.
Osteopathy focuses on your whole body, using gentle rhythmic joint movements to manipulate the soft tissues (muscles, ligaments and tendons) and the spinal structure and nervous system. By focusing on the joints, muscles, and spine, Osteopathic intervention can help treat back pain, headaches, digestive issues, problems with posture, arthritis and sports injuries like tennis elbow.
Physiotherapy primarily concentrates on the treatment of injuries, disease and disorders through physical methods and therapy through exercise, massage, manipulation and other treatments is used to re-energize the body to recuperate and functioning effectively.
Massage Therapy for therapeutic purposes is the manipulation of soft tissue with either simple relaxation or deep tissue massage.
Spinal Manual Therapy plus Spinal Rehabilitation equals Results
Our treatment approach targets the cause of back pain, known to be a combination of instability caused by weakened back muscles. Strengthening these important muscles with our MedX spinal conditioning program has been shown to significantly reduce or eliminate pain in 4 out of 5 individuals.