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(Pain still there. What’s missing?)


  • Vitamin deficiencies – vitamin B-12, vitamin-D

  • Minerals – selenium, magnesium (Epsom salts), Omega 3, omega 6, Co Q10

  • Food allergies to blood groups

  • Gluten sensitivity/ intolerance

  • practical gluten free diet

  • MSG sensitivity / intolerance

  • Chinese restaurant   syndrome

  • Uric acid and pain

  • Anti-inflammatory diets

  • Probiotics / prebiotics / nutrient absorption

  • Diet plan for painful syndromes

  • Diet plan for weight Mx & fat loss

  • Athletic Performance Nutrition

  • Nutritional support for incontinence, radiculopathy , Headache

  • Cost effectiveness & Quick results

  • Lab testing , clinical testing & reliability


Case Studies:

  • Water / fluoride poisoning /coconut water

  • Beware of nutraceutical industry

  • Natural food vs. Nutraceutical

  • Dangers of over supplementation

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Education and advice is central to our approach and we offer clear and simple explanations to keep you fully informed of the nature of your problem, the prognosis and aims of treatment. We are always happy to communicate with other professionals (with your consent) such as Physician/ Consultants or any professionals in order for you to have integrated treatment from a team of professionals as required.



  • Biofeedback

  • Antenatal exercises during pregnancy & post-natal exercises after delivery (kegel exercises)

  • Pelvic floor dysfunction

  • Healing By Nutrition

  • Orthotics Prescription

  • Education and Advice


Biofeedback is a technique you can use to learn to control some of your body's functions, such as your heart rate. During biofeedback, you're connected to electrical sensors that help you receive information about your body.

This feedback helps you make subtle changes in your body, such as relaxing certain muscles, to achieve the results you want, such as reducing pain. In essence, biofeedback gives you the ability to practice new ways to control your body, often to improve a health condition or physical performance.

Types of biofeedback:


Your therapist might use a variety of biofeedback methods depending on your health problems and goals. Biofeedback types include:

  • Breathing. During respiratory biofeedback, bands are placed around your abdomen and chest to monitor your breathing patterns and respiration rate.

  • Heart rate. This type uses finger or earlobe sensors with a device used to detect blood volume changes (photoplethysmograph). Or sensors placed on your chest, lower torso or wrists use an electrocardiograph (ECG) to measure your heart rate and how your heart rate varies.

  • Muscle contraction. This type involves placing sensors over your skeletal muscles with an electromyograph (EMG) to monitor the electrical activity that causes muscle contraction.

  • Sweat gland activity. Sensors attached around your fingers or on your palm or wrist with an electrodermograph (EDG) measure the activity of your sweat glands and the amount of perspiration on your skin, alerting you to anxiety.

  • Temperature. Sensors attached to your fingers or feet measure blood flow to your skin. Because your temperature often drops when you're under stress, a low reading can prompt you to begin relaxation techniques.


Why it's done?

Biofeedback, sometimes called biofeedback training, is used to help manage many physical and mental health issues, including:

  • Anxiety or stress

  • Chronic pain

  • Fibromyalgia

  • Headache

  • High blood pressure

  • Stroke

  • Urinary incontinence


We provide non-surgical approaches to rehabilitation of dysfunctions in the pelvis, including Pelvic Floor Dysfunction (PFD).


What is PFD? 

Pelvic Floor Dysfunction (PFD) is a condition that renders a person unable to control their pelvic floor muscles. PFD affects many women, especially as a result of pregnancy, delivery, trauma such as a fall or car accident, surgery, obesity, or other pelvic conditions including endometriosis, interstitial cystitis, or prolapse.

What are some of the symptoms of PFD?

Common symptoms of PFD include, but are not limited to, a feeling of pain or heaviness/pressure in the area of the lower abdomen or vagina, incontinence, leakage, or urgency. Symptoms tend to occur when upright, straining or coughing.

Approaches may include: 

  • Manual therapies

  • Modalities

  • Therapeutic exercise

  • Education 

  • Functional retraining



The Craniosacral system consists of the membranes and fluid that surround and protect the brain and spinal cord, as well as the attached bones. These membranes extend from the bones of the skull, face and mouth (which make up the cranium) and down the spine to the sacrum or tailbone area. This Craniosacral system plays a vital role in maintaining the environment in which the central nervous system (CNS) functions. The CNS monitors and responds to everything which is happening in the body. Since the brain and spinal cord are contained within the Craniosacral system, it is easy to see how it has a powerful influence over a wide variety of bodily functions.

Craniosacral therapy frees up the tissues in and around the Craniosacral system to enhance the flow of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF). CSF nourishes, protects and cleanses the central nervous system and enhances nerve conductivity. Improved flow of CSF provides the body with resources allowing it to better perform and when necessary to heal itself and restore functions to a better balanced state.

CST therapists use finely tuned palpation skills which are unique in working to tune in with the body's natural rhythms while respecting client individualism.

Healing and pain relief begins with proper nutrition. The right balance of vitamins, minerals, and fatty acids equips the body with the chemical building blocks necessary for healing and proper functioning.

It is essential to integrate nutritional medicine with physical medicine to ease pain, reduce recovery time and enhance the recovery process.


We have combined our Physiotherapy, Sports biomechanics and Podiatry skills to offer our specialist orthotics assessment and prescription service. Orthotics are supportive and ergonomically contoured insoles discreetly placed in your footwear to support and offload painful structures and redistribute the pressures under your foot. We prescribe customised orthotics to the individual. This provides support to the foot during walking and running and many of our patients find this very helpful alongside their rehabilitation exercise plan.


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