Treatment methods I utilize in my practice to restore and enhance the healing of the entire layers of tissue injuries according to the specific healthcare conditions diagnosed.
The selection of technique modalities applied during the treatment intervention is dependant entirely based on my clinical judgement
Specific joint Adjustments and Mobilization
Aims to restore the biomechanical and neurological alignment foundation layer providing the ideal physiological base for the healing of the soft tissue
Regardless of the level of injury, every treatment care must incorporate the realignment of the joint in question as this will provide the foundation for the remaining tissue layers to heal efficiently.
Rehabilitation Protocols; Strengthening, Stretching and Proprioceptive
Aim to rebuild the strength and resilient of the soft tissue support as well as enhancing the fine neurological control to and from the body part in question.
There are 3 Types of taping used during the rehabilitation.
Structural tape is used to restrict most of the joint play, in extreme injuries such as in stress fractures and dislocations
Functional tape is applied to restrict the last 15 degrees of joint motion providing the support and at the same time allowing a safe range of joint play
Proprioceptive tape is used to enhance and integrate the neuro-musculo-ligamentous connection
Used for reducing deep muscles contraction, breaking dysfunctional scar tissue and to improve focal blood flow to the injured area
Soft Tissue Friction
Aims to break the dysfunction scar tissue seen commonly seen in chronic injuries
Low level laser
By the use of the Bio photostimulation phenomenon, this therapeutic treatment aims to enhance the healing of the injured tissues by stimulation cells regeneration and by reducing of the excess build-up of inflammation
Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF)
Well researched treatment that aims to improve tissue healing at the cellular level as well as improving the microcirculation.
Therapeutic essential oils
Protocols created for healing specific injuries according to the level of tissue damage.
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