Seven Signs that You are Developing Long Term Posture Problems

Have you ever wondered why the pain won’t go away? You’ve tried meds, dieting and exercise, but nothing seems to work. One of the keys to better health is good posture. Making one simple change to the way you sit, walk or stand can make all the difference to your physical, mental and emotional wellbeing.

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what we treat

For your muscle or skeletal pain, injury or illness, go to a reputable physiotherapist who can examine, diagnose and treat your impairment.

Our mhealth Physiotherapists combine manual therapy techniques with appropriate exercise therapy, including Clinical Pilates, to ensure your pain, postural weaknesses and dysfunctions are well addressed to reduce their recurrence.


Physiotherapy utilises specific and specialised techniques that assist in restoring the body to its pre-injured state. Physiotherapy treatment can also ensure that the body is performing at an optimal level to ensure postural weaknesses or muscular imbalances do not occur, which may then lead to pain and injury. This will also directly affect sporting and lifestyle performance.

Your Physiotherapist specifically targets the neuro-musculoskeletal systems of the body. This is ideal as, for instance, pain and injury affecting our muscles and skeleton, can leads us to develop poor neurological patterns and compensating behaviors. This can lead to further injury or re-injury. mhealth Physiotherapy and Clinical Pilates assesses the body as a whole.


mhealth employs over 10 Physiotherapists who utilise a variety of manual therapy techniques including physiotherapy, osteopathic, and cranial-sacral combined with other methods such as massage and dry needling to achieve best possible outcomes.

mhealth Physiotherapists combine these methods with appropriate exercise therapy, including Clinical Pilates, to ensure that patients are addressing their pain as well as their postural weaknesses and dysfunctions to reduce the likelihood of their condition returning. mhealth Physiotherapists therefore treat the cause of the problem to ensure speedier results and a longer term benefit from injury.

Physiotherapy treatment will therefore vary from condition to condition and the Physiotherapist may therefore use a combination of the following manual therapy techniques:

  • Joint mobilisation therapy
  • Spinal mobilisation therapy
  • Joint Manipulation
  • Soft tissue / myofascial release techniques
  • Clinical Pilates conditioning programs
  • Postural advice/education
  • Exercise programs / advice
  • Stretches and core stability training
  • Ergonomic and work station assessments and advice
  • Acupuncture and dry needling
  • Muscle energy techniques
  • Balance training and re-education
  • Gait (walking/running) retraining
  • Strength and rehabilitation program and training
  • Taping for stability / immobilisation.

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why us

With more than 10 Physiotherapists who use a variety of manual therapy techniques to soothe your pains, you are assured of the best possible outcome for your body and overall health.

In addition to physiotherapy, our treatments include osteopathic and cranial-sacral massage combined with related methods such as dry needling to achieve best possible outcomes.

For your muscle or skeletal pain, injury or illness, we are your go-to physiotherapist and wellness experts to ensure your quickest recovery.

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