These techniques are used by Physios to improve the mobility and the function of your soft tissues, joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments.

Manipulation is usually performed as a very fast movement on the neck and back area to provide pain relief and increase flexibility.


The EPI® technique consists of the ultrasound-guided application of a specifically designed and controlled continuous current that causes an electrochemical reaction only in the degenerated area of the treated tissue.

The primary objective is to produce a non-thermal electrolytic ablation that induces a highly controlled inflammatory response. This activates the cell mechanisms involved in phagocytosis and the repair/regeneration of affected tissue, thus obtaining the best possible results in the treatment of tendon, muscle, ligament and scar injuries.


Musculoskeletal ultrasound is a safe evaluation test that allows us to visualize the state of the soft tissues (muscles, ligaments, tendons) in real time.

With it, we can evaluate the presence of muscle tears, tendinitis, tendinosis, ligament tears, bursitis, bruises and more frequent injuries.

It allows us to perform ultrasound-guided invasive techniques such as PID and dry needling, thereby achieving better results.


Pelvis floor physical therapy is a treatment approach that uses the principles of physical therapy to provide a structured, effective and safe reconditioning of pelvic floor muscles.

The goal of the treatment is to improve the strength and function of pelvic floor muscles and alleviate pain, weakness and dysfunction in the muscles.

During the treatment, a skilled physical therapist accesses the muscles through the rectum or vagina and makes manipulations on them to improve their strength and functioning.

The therapist may either stretch the muscles if they are short and contracted or apply resistance to improve strength if they weak and dysfunctional.


With Dry Needling, the needles are used to target the trigger point of the problem muscle, this is known as the myofascial trigger point and is often described as a muscle ‘knot’ which contributes to muscle pain and dysfunction.

The needle is gently inserted into the skin directly at this point and often a local twitch response is experienced, this is a good sign and is what the physiotherapist is looking for. It means the trigger point has been stimulated, jump starting the muscle and nerve supply and increasing the blood flow to the area which helps to relax the muscle. When this local twitch response occurs, a brief painful response might be felt but it won’t last for more than a second.

After dry needling treatment, the area that was treated will feel much softer and relaxed and the person will feel looser.


Our Physiotherapists are trained in a variety of different massage therapies and techniques but in short, our massage therapy involves applying deep pressure on concentrated areas of tension and pain. Generally with muscle tension or an injury, there will be adhesions (areas of painful rigid tissue) in the muscle, ligament or tendon that cause pain and inflammation.

Our Physiotherapists have the necessary training and knowledge to get deeper into the muscle layers to break down these adhesions and restore normal muscle function as well as relieving pain. Saying that, we make sure the pressure applied is not overly uncomfortable as your comfort is important to us.

OTHER TECHNIQUES: Manual lymphatic drainage, Kinesio taping, Myofascial release…Ask our staff, they will guide you on the most appropriate technique to your injury.

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