Treatment Methods

Cryotherapy
The use of ice or ice packs in the acute stage of soft tissue repair to reduce pain and inflammation and encourage the formation of a smaller area of scar tissue by reducing the amount of blood flow to the damaged tissue.

Thermotherapy
The use of heat in the chronic stage of soft tissue repair to reduce pain and facilitate healing by encouraging blood flow to the healing tissue.

Ultrasound
The use of high frequency sound waves (up to 3Mhz) to stimulate a number of physiological changes in soft tissue in order to speed up the repair of damaged tissue.

TENS
Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation is a method of pain relief involving the use of a mild electrical current sent through electrodes attached to your skin.

Taping and bandaging
An effective means of giving support to injured joints and controlling swelling in the acute stage of injury.

Manipulation
Manual techniques used to assist with the release of joints that have become stuck. This is most commonly performed on the spinal column.

Sports Massage

Trigger Point Relief

Ultrasound

Ultrasound

Manipulation

Manipulation

Sports Massage

Sports Massage

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