Pain & Injury Rehabilitation

How Exercise Physiology and Exercise Healthcare can help you
the EHA approach

Assesment

  • Medical History
  • Injury History
  • Exercise History
  • Aerobic Fitness
  • Muscular Strength
  • Flexibility
  • Balance
  • Movement Analysis

Exercise Prescription

  • Exercise is prescribed based off the information we gather in the assessment
  • We aim to best meet your situation, goals and preffered treatment

Exercise Delivery

  • Home programming with videos and verbal cues
  • One on one gym based
  • Group gym based
  • One on one hydro
  • Group Hydro

Review and continued care

  • Retest assesments made on initial meeting
  • Reassess goals
  • Evaluate program effectiveness
  • Proscrive ongoing excercise treatment

Neck, Shoulder and Arm Pain

What you feel or are experiencing?

  • Headaches
  • Neck Pain
  • Whiplash
  • Wry Neck
  • Burning/numbness or tingling down neck and arm
  • Shoulder Pain with throwing or pressing
  • Shoulder Impingement
  • Referred Pain down arm
  • Rotator Cuff Injury/Tear
  • Tennis or Golfers Elbow (Medial and Lateral Epicondylalgia)
  • Wrist Pain
  • Hand Pain
  • Repeated Stress Injury (RSI)
  • Pre or post surgery
  • Arthritis

How Exercise Physiology can help?

Neck Pain

  • Improve active and passive joint range of motion of the cervical spine
    • Cervical rotation, extension, flexion and lateral flexion
  • Improve strength and stability of cervical and thoracic spine
  • Improve movement patterns to prevent reinjury
    • Sitting posture (workplace ergonomics), Reaching, Overhead movements, Breathing

Shoulder Pain

  • Improve active and passive range of motion of the shoulder joints and thoracic spine
    • Flexion, Abduction, Extension and Internal and External Rotation of the Shoulder, Protraction, Retraction, Depression and Elevation of the Scapula, Thoracic Extension and Rotation
  • Improve strength of key musculature involved in movements specific to your lifestyle or sport
  • Improve movement patterns including proper scapulohumeral rhythm to prevent reinjury
    • Lifting technique, Throwing technique, Posture, Breathing

Arm (Hand, Wrist and Elbow Pain)

  • Improve active and passive range of motion of the elbow and wrist joints
    • Elbow Flexion and Extension
    • Wrist Flexion, Extension, Supination and Pronation
  • Improve strength of elbow and wrist musculature
  • Improve movement patterns to prevent reinjury
    • Current sporting movements (golf and tennis swing), lifting technique, lifestyle, Workplace ergonomics

Back Pain (Low Back and Upper Back Pain) and Hip Pain

What you feel or are experiencing?

  • Mid Back Pain
  • Mid Back Tightness
  • Constant Low Back Ache
  • Low Back Spasms
  • Low Back Tightness
  • Low Back Pain with numbness, burning or tingling in your hip and down your leg
  • Low Back Pain with Squats or Deadlifts
  • Constant Hip Ache
  • Stabbing Hip pain
  • Hip Pain with numbness, burning or tingling in your hip and down your leg
  • Sciatica
  • Arthritis
  • Pre or post Spinal Surgery or Total Hip replacement

How Exercise Physiology can help?

Mid Back Pain

  • Improve active and passive joint range of motion of the thoracic spine
    • Rotation and Extension
  • Improve strength and stability of pelvis, thoracic spine and scapula
  • Improve movement patterns to prevent reinjury
    • Sitting posture (workplace ergonomics), Lifting technique, Breathing

Low Back Pain and Hip pain

  • Improve active and passive joint range of motion of the hips and thoracic spine
    • Thoracic rotation and extension
    • Hip flexion, abduction, adduction, extension and internal and external rotation
  • Improve strength and stability of key musculature of the pelvis and lumbar and thoracic spine
    • Core exercise
    • Hip Strengthening and Stability
  • Improve movement patterns to prevent reinjury
    • Gait (walking or running), Sitting posture (work ergonomics), Lifting Technique, Overhead movements, Breathing

Lower Limb Pain (Knee, Ankle and Foot Pain)

What you feel or are experiencing?

  • Knee pain with walking, running or riding
  • Knee pain with squats
  • Constant knee ache
  • Pre or Post Total Knee replacement
  • ACL, PCL or MCL injuries
  • Ankle or foot pain
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Pre or Post lower limb surgery
  • Arthritis

How Exercise Physiology can help?

Knee Pain

  • Improve active and passive range of motion of the hips, knees and ankle joints
    • Hip flexion, abduction, adduction, extension and internal and external rotation
    • Knee Flexion and extension
    • Ankle Dorsi and Plantar Flexion
  • Improve strength and stability of the hip, knee and ankle joints
  • Improve movement patterns to prevent reinjury
    • Squatting, gait (walking and running)

 

Ankle and Foot Pain

  • Improve active and passive range of motion of the ankle and big toe joint
    • Ankle Dorsi and Plantar Flexion
    • Big Toe Extension
  • Improve strength and stability of the hip, ankle and foot
  • Improve movement gait (walking and running) to prevent reinjury
*Bulk billing and private health rebates available for those who are eligible. Including medicare referral, DVA, Work cover