Our experienced physiotherapists will thoroughly examine your body by taking time to discuss your history, analysing your posture, testing your movements and by palpating your joint and muscles.

Prompt assessment and diagnosis is essential to ensure successful treatment. Our team is trained to deal with a wide range of conditions. Should further investigation be required, our Physiotherapists may refer to your GP and/or specialist.

 

  • At Be Well Physiotherapy, Katia is registered Physiotherapist and specialised in Maxillofacial Physiotherapy. She practised in Paris and treated patients referred to her by medical specialists and Maxillofacial surgeons from Parisian Hospitals. What are the components of Maxillofacial Physiotherapy Treatments? Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) often after head/ neck surgery Muscle release technique Manual therapy Scar & soft tissue work after surgery according to healing process Soft tissue relaxation techniques for adhesions as medically indicated Postural and neck exercises Education / self-management: such as how to exercises your neck/jaw to improve your neck/jaw function even if you don’t feel any pain,…

  • At Be Well Physiotherapy, we can help you if you are  pregnant or if your baby is already born. We offer pre-and post-natal physiotherapy sessions. Katia, our experienced physiotherapist, can help you with a wide range of concerns. Please, find below examples of pregnancy (prenatal) and postnatal complaints which Katia can help you with : Neck, Back, and/or shoulder pain Pelvic girdle pain Hip pain Bursitis Tendinitis Carpal tunnel symptoms Incontinence Pelvic floor weakness abdominal separation Often, when there is a pelvic floor problem, it is related to a postural dysfunction. Katia will consider your posture to help your pelvic…

  •   The Real Madrid Team Using Stretching Global Actif  Brazil olympic volleyball team using SGA   We use the Global Postural Re-education method (GPR or RPG) to treat sport injuries. If you don't have pain or injury, the Global Active Stretching method (SGA) can help you to improve your sport performance and prevent future injuries.  SGA method is used by many Sport Teams in the world, such as the National Volleyball Team in Brazil or the Real Madrid Soccer Team in Spain. What is Global Active Stretching method (SGA)? Global Active Stretching originates from the RPG method and follows the…

  • Posture is usually defined as "the upright well-balanced position of a human being". When someone has pain or other complaints, looking at the posture is important to treat symptoms and causes. Postural or biomechanical dysfunctions start before feeling any pain or symptoms. Why is it important to do a postural assessment? To prevent and treat any symptoms To explain and teach you how you can work and re-educate your body Apart from looking at your body (front, side, back) in different positions, we consider also how someone utilises his body throughout his life (repeated movements, sports, frequent & sustained postures...).…

  • Posture is usually defined as "the upright well-balanced position of a human being". A postural disorder occurs when a posture diverges from normal alignment. This can cause pain syndromes in long-term.                                                                                                                                          …

  • Cardiorespiratory Physiotherapy, sometimes called  "Chest Physiotherapy", can help patients who have heart or lung conditions. These difficulties may be caused by a chronic disease, such as, asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) or other conditions. The purposes the Cardiorespiratory Physiotherapy are to: Improve quality of life by improving endurance Help / educate about how to remove secretion (phlegm or sputum) using Airway Clearance Techniques Improve Body oxygenation by enhancing chest wall flexibility and teaching breathing exercises & positions (including postural drainage) Liaise with doctors about progress and medication Feel free to contact us for advice or assessment.

  • Katia, our senior physiotherapist, is Lymphoedema Physiotherapist Practitioner Registered as Category 1 practitioner within the Australian Lymphology Association. Definition of lymphoedema Lymphoedema is described as a swelling of a limb or other parts of the body when the lymphatic system is not able to work normally. It can result from congenital malformation or damage of the lymphatics or lymph nodes. When arising, it will be all the life and so, chronic. Lymphoedema cannot be cured at present but appropriate management may ease symptoms.  The intervention depends on the stage/severity, locations of the lymphoedema and previous interventions (self management, compression…). Also, it depends on…

  • Pre and post-operative Physiotherapy is crucial when having surgery. It can make all the difference. Physiotherapy can allow faster surgical recovery and also, can help you to go back to the things you like to do. Pre-operative Physiotherapy when preparing your surgery Pre-operative Physiotherapy is the phase before having surgery that helps you to understand and be informed about the procedure and precautions but also, about the therapy routine after the operation.  Besides, this period helps you to be as well-conditioned as possible to optimize your recovery. It contributes also to reduce stress related to your surgery. Prior to undergoing a joint…

  • Fields of intervention in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy  Pain related to joint conditions : arthrosis , arthritis, … Headaches Neck pain  caused by accident or not ( for instance, Whiplash) Spinal pain : pinched nerve, … Thoracic pain ( musculoskeletal origin) Thoracic outlet syndrome Sciatica or nerve pain with or without  neurological changes in arm(s) or leg(s) ( pins and needles, numbness, weakness, tingling…) Low back pain : bulging discs, poor posture,  back muscle strains… Shoulder : rotator cuff pain, shoulder dislocation, frozen shoulder, … Elbow pain : tennis elbow, olecranon bursitis… Hand(s) pain : carpal tunnel syndrome, de Quervain’s tenosynovitis… Hip…

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