Women’s Health


Women's Health The term Women’s health refers to various conditions that pertain specifically to women. This umbrella term encompasses conditions such as incontinence or bladder (or bowel) leakage, chronic pelvic pain caused by conditions like endometriosis (a condition where the tissues lining the uterus grow outside it), breast [...]

Vertigo Dizziness


Vertigo Dizziness At PhysioCare, we have a team of professional physiotherapists that have undergone the specialized training required to diagnose and treat cases of dizziness. Dizziness or vertigo is an incredibly debilitating condition that can affect a patient’s quality of life quite significantly.  The feeling of unsteadiness is [...]

Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy


Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy At Physiocare, our physiotherapists specialize in the treatment and rehabilitation of various kinds of musculoskeletal issues that affect the joints, muscles, tendons, ligaments, and nerves. Physiotherapists are University trained health professionals trained to employ a wide range of evidence-based and clinically tested techniques for patient rehabilitation. They do [...]



Hydrotherapy Hydrotherapy refers to various physical activities or exercises that are done in water for their therapeutic effect. As part of medical rehabilitation, hydrotherapy includes a wide range of exercises carried out in a warm, shallow pool. Usually, the pools are shallow enough for you to stand up and [...]

Exercise Physiology


Exercise Physiology An Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP) is an allied health professional that specializes in using exercise to prevent and manage chronic diseases and injuries. They typically hold a four-year university degree in the field with a license that permits them to prescribe an appropriate dose of exercise as [...]

Dry Needling


Dry Needling As part of Physiocare’s integrated approach to medical care, our physiotherapists offer dry needling treatment to clients to assist with their recovery where necessary. The dry needling treatment technique involves inserting a single-use acupuncture needle into muscles, with the goal of triggering the release of myofascial trigger points. [...]

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