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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    Once you begin to experience pain in your muscles and within skeletal tissues, you need to think about visiting a professional physiotherapist. A physiotherapist will examine you carefully and then offer the necessary treatment to set you on your way to a full recovery.

    At mhealth, we have world-class physiotherapists that combine various therapies – manual and exercises – to keep you healthy and fit. They work on restoring, maintaining and maximising your strength while taking care of your overall well-being.


    Physiotherapy techniques work to promote and maintain body health and fitness. Physiotherapy treatment also ensures the body is performing optimally. This eliminates any weaknesses within the body, which can, in turn, lead to bodily injury and pain. Body weakness and pain affect the body’s general performance in various activities and can hinder your ability to fully participate in sporting activities and even your performance at work.

    Physiotherapists mainly focus on the neuro-musculoskeletal systems of the body. This is centred around maintaining perfect skeletal and muscle functionality. Better still, it boosts the overall body performance. All these techniques promote healing and prevent future injury occurring or recurring. mhealth Physiotherapy examines your whole body to uncover any hidden complications.


    We have over 10 physiotherapists at mhealth with each one utilising the best manual therapy techniques. This includes osteopathic, physiotherapy and cranial-sacral. They also incorporate a few other methods like massage and dry needling. What do you expect from that? Perfect results is what you get!

    To add to the manual therapy, physiotherapists use appropriate exercise therapy as well. Clinical Pilates is a good example of how to cure pain, weaknesses and eliminate the future recurrence of a particular condition. mhealth Physiotherapists treat every malfunction and ensure a quick recovery.

    Depending on the condition, physiotherapy treatment varies. A physiotherapist may be required to use any of the following manual therapy techniques:

    • Spinal mobilisation therapy
    • Joint mobilisation therapy
    • Soft tissue or myofascial release techniques
    • Joint Manipulation
    • Clinical Pilates conditioning programs
    • Postural education and extensive advice
    • Exercise activities and advice
    • Training on stretches and stability
    • Ergonomic and work station assessments and advice
    • Dry needling and acupuncture
    • Muscle recovery techniques
    • Re-education and balance training
    • Retraining on gait
    • Strength recovery and rehabilitation program and training
    • Gaining stability

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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.