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Movement 101 Chatswood Provides Quality Physio Care for Improved Wellness

â??Chatswood, NSW – Research supports that exercise and strengthening provide the best long-term results for both acute and chronic pain. Movement 101 Chatswood focuses on enhancing patients’ overall well-being and getting them into the best shape of their lives while easing their pain. The clinic’s physiotherapists and physiologists have created a health and wellness environment that caters to patients’ needs and improves their quality of life. The team uses a well-defined approach to measure progress and works collaboratively with patients to develop a customised rehabilitation plan. The plan increases their understanding of their bodies, encourages them to be more active, and boosts their physical strength, so they can enjoy a life without injuries.

Physiotherapists at the clinic treat patients of all ages who need medical attention for back/neck pain, muscle/nerve problems, disc injuries, chronic pain, sports injuries, constant headaches, and lack of joint mobility/strength. Patients recovering from surgery or traumatic injuries due to accidents can also visit Movement 101 Chatswood, where a Physical therapist uses various techniques to relieve pain, speed up recovery, improve movement, and build fitness. Depending on each patient’s needs, they often combine physiotherapy with therapeutic massages, Pilates, and other exercise programs. When offering treatment, a therapist leverages current techniques while implementing approaches from their experience in local and international physiotherapy practices and hospitals.

The pelvic floor is made up of muscles and ligaments that provide support to the bladder, bowels, and uterus. Maintaining a strong pelvic floor is crucial in preventing issues such as urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, separation of abdominal muscles, and hip/back pain. Women are particularly vulnerable to pelvic organ prolapse due to factors such as childbirth, menopause, chronic coughing, ageing, pregnancy, obesity, excessive straining from constipation, and constant lifting of heavy objects. Regularly exercising the pelvic floor muscles can significantly improve muscle strength and alleviate pain in both men and women. For professional recommendations and guidance on pelvic floor exercises, the team at the Chatswood physio clinic encourages individuals to seek their services.

By visiting the clinic, a physical therapist will help to identify the cause and source of pain/discomfort through a subjective and objective examination. At the first physio appointment, the therapist will explain how they expect a patient to progress and improve while outlining the goals they desire to achieve. Once completed, they will provide a treatment plan which includes hands-on/manual therapy, exercises, and stretches.

The clinic prioritises client-centred services, ensuring that women seeking treatment for pelvic floor issues are attended to by physiotherapists who understand reproductive health issues. This allows for the creation of tailored programs that are specifically suited to the client’s age and condition. The team also offers education and insight to help women understand what’s happening with their bodies so they can make lifestyle changes or adopt new exercise regimens.

Knowing that physical therapy is sensitive, therapists don’t rush through appointments or treat more than one patient at a time but offer focused attention. Movement 101 Chatswood is NDIS registered and fully equipped to provide pre/post-natal physio, exercise physiology, podiatry services, and rehabilitation programs for people with disability. Visit their website to book an appointment online or call (02) 7205 7339. The clinic is at 2/1A Freeman Rd, Chatswood, NSW, 2067, Australia.

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Movement 101 Chatswood
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(02) 7205 7339
2/1A Freeman Rd
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