Our physiotherapy team specialise in the Musculoskeletal System and understand completely how your nerves, muscles and skeleton work together in a healthy body, allowing us to accurately assess, diagnose and treat your problem.
Our team of physiotherapy specialists is committed to finding the root cause of your condition. Many treatment methods help only with symptomatic relief but do not address the underlying cause of pain and therefore result in only a temporary solution. That is why so many people with pain find themselves in the “Pain Maze” confused over which therapy to undergo, or whether drugs, injections, manipulation or surgical procedures will indeed bring an end to their pain.
We are often the last resort to many sufferers who have tried everything else and we are committed to finding your unique solution to your condition.
Our highly trained physiotherapy experts specialise in the treatment of acute and chronic lower back and neck pain with our unique rehabilitation protocol combining ‘The Laubscher Method’ and MedX® available only at Rejuv UK & UAE.
We also believe that addressing inflammation is key for any pain and physical condition so we also analyse your nutrition, pH/acidity and lifestyle taking a holistic approach so you receive a long term solution to your problem.
Our highly qualified physiotherapists successfully treat the following conditions in physiotherapy:
Back Pain – Acute and Chronic
- Slipped/Prolapsed Lumbar Discs
- Trapped Nerves/Sciatica
- Facet Joint Strains
- Mechanical Back Pain
- Spondylosis (Disc degeneration)
- Spondylolisthesis (One vertebra moving on another due to instability)
- Costovertebral strains (Rib pain and pain when taking a deep breath)
Neck Pain and Stiffness
- Slipped/Prolapsed Cervical Discs
- Trapped Nerves
- VDU (Visual Display Unit) and tablet computers Related Pain and Stiffness
- Facet Joint Strains
- Complex Neck/Shoulder/Arm Pain
- Muscle Tears and Strains
- Running and other Overuse Injuries (for example anterior knee pain – Runners Knee, ITB friction syndrome)
- Torn Ligaments and Tendons (for example Anterior Cruciate Ligament – ACL- Tears)
- Biomechanical Problems