Exercise prescription - an individualised exercise programme designed to get you on the road to recovery and to help you stay on that road. The key aspect of exercise programmes are to ensure you’re doing the right thing for you at that moment in time; this could include, but not limited to, strengthening, balance and flexibility.
Posture analysis and advice - this is a way of looking at how your body's muscles and joints are working together. Highlighting any imbalances that need to be corrected or treated.
Joint mobilisations - these techniques can be used all over the body and seek to regain pain free movements within a joint. They involve gentle oscillations to joints that give the required pressure to effect a change.
Soft tissue massage - these techniques can help to reduce your pain and discomfort, whilst also helping to restore movement.
Taping - there are different types of taping, one is athletic taping where tape is applied to the skin in order to maintain a certain stable position of the bones and muscles during activity, it can reduce pain and increase recovery.
Kinesiology taping - this is the bright coloured tape you see many athletes wear. The theory behind it is to naturally facilitate your body's healing process, whilst providing support and stability to your muscles and joints without restricting them.