At your initial appointment, a detailed assessment would be carried out by our expert clinicians. This would include getting to know you, taking relevant history of your problem and then a physical assessment of movements, strengths and special tests would be done. Following this, we will discuss our clinical findings, diagnosis and treatment options with you. Once an agreement has been reached, your clinician will draft a treatment plan to reflect your goal and include a means of assessing the effectiveness of your treatment, called an outcome measure.

Your treatment will commence straight-away and we will let you know how often we need to see you to achieve the expected result.

Below is a list of some of the treatments we provide at our clinic. If a treatment you are after is not on this list, please ask us about it here 

Manipulation & Mobilisation

Joint mobilization and manipulation are therapeutic techniques which involves the application of manual force to a joint, typically in a graded and controlled manner, to restore its normal range of motion, reduce pain, and improve function.

This technique aims to improve joint mobility, release adhesions, and reduce pain. 

These techniques are used to treat various musculoskeletal conditions, including: Sprains and strains, Joint stiffness, Arthritis, Post-surgical rehabilitation, Sports injuries, neck or back pain

Soft Tissue Mobilisation

Includes sport massage, deep/superficial tissue massage, trigger point massage. 

Soft tissue mobilization involves the application of manual pressure and movement to muscles, tendons, ligaments, and fascia to break up adhesions, release tension, promote healing and hasten recovery. It can be performed using various techniques.

Soft tissue mobilization is effective in treating various musculoskeletal conditions, including: Muscle strains and sprain,Tendonitis, Ligament injuries, Frozen shoulder, Plantar fasciitis, IT band syndrome, Postural dysfunctions, Scar tissue restriction, Oedema control

Clinical Cupping

Clinical cupping involves the application of suction cups to the skin to create a vacuum effect, which draws blood flow to the surface of the skin and promotes circulation. This technique is based on the principles of traditional Chinese medicine and is believed to help release tension, reduce inflammation, and improve overall body function.

Ready to experience the benefits of clinical cupping for yourself? Contact us here or book an appointment with one of our experienced physiotherapists. Let us help you feel rejuvenated, relaxed, and pain-free with clinical cupping therapy.

Shockwave therapy

Shockwave is an innovative non-invasive treatment option used by physiotherapists to address various musculoskeletal conditions especially where resolution has not been achieved with other conservative measures. This cutting-edge therapy delivers acoustic shock waves to targeted areas of the body, promoting tissue regeneration, reducing pain, and enhancing healing.

We recommend at least three sessions of shockwave to achieve a lasting result.

It can be used to treat a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions, including: Acute and chronic pain, Back and neck pain, Muscle strains and sprain, Tendonitis, Arthritis, Sports injuries, Post-operative rehabilitation, Neurological conditions 

Exercise prescription and rehab planning

Personalized exercise programs are tailored to your specific needs and goals, focusing on strength, flexibility, balance, and functional training to optimize recovery and prevent future injuries.


At Lirol Health, our experienced physiotherapists are trained in the art and science of taping, utilizing this effective modality to optimize your rehabilitation journey. Whether you're an athlete recovering from a sports injury, an individual seeking relief from chronic pain, or someone looking to improve their posture and mobility, we are here to help you achieve your goals. 

Contact us today to schedule a consultation and discover how taping can benefit you on your path to recovery and wellness.

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