Physiotherapy, Remedial Therapy / Massage utilizes many techniques, including massage, to address a range of soft tissue, musculoskeletal  problems. 

Physiotherapy uses physical techniques to improve your movement, reduce your pain and stiffness, speed up your healing process and increase your quality of life.

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Tom -

Physiotherapist (Australia)

 

Mon & Fri     4pm - 8pm,

Sat & Sun     4pm - 8pm,

 

Ming Chun Cheng (Tom) from Hong Kong speaks English/Chinese. Bachelor of Physiotherapy - University of Newcastle

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The aim is to reduce pain and tension by releasing pressure of muscles in spasm, to address tendon / ligament complaints. Treatments can dramatically reduce pain & discomfort & assist the body's natural healing process and circulation.

 

Whether it is stress, work-related or injury from leisure or sport; Remedial Therapy can assist people of all ages. Remedial Therapy is designed for patients who have injured their muscles, ligaments, tendons and other soft tissues.

Noland-

Physiotherapist (Chile)

Noland is currently in Chile and working at the City Hospital, expected to be back Mid 2021. He is not AHPRA Reg. in Aust