Lower back Pain

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 Physiotherapy can help you overcome an episode of low back pain. The goal of physiotherapy is to restore range of motion, and to help you maintain this improvement over the longer term. Physiotherapists use a range of techniques to achieve this. This may include things such as manual therapy, flexibility/strength and conditioning programs and education on self management. 

Massage Therapy

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Our therapists are experienced in a variety of techniques and understand the positive effect massage can have on the body. They have exception skills in remedial massage, deep tissue massage and sports massage. 


Regular massage may help to decrease pain levels, improve joint flexibility, promote better circulation, decrease muscle tension and soreness, release scar tissue, improve/correct posture and improve your sleep quality. 

Casting/Bracing/Orthotics

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 At More For Movement we offer a wide range of casts, splints and braces for all injury types and body parts. We source the best quality brands to ensure you receive the best possible supports and bracing necessary to overcome injury. 

 Orthotics are devices that are made specifically one person’s feet in order order to optimize the alignment of your lower limb starting at the foot and translating to the ankle, shin, upper leg and pelvis.



Neck/shoulder pain

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Neck pain is a very common complaint. Whilst physiotherapy treatment can help neck pain, it is very important that you learn to help control and manage the problem yourself. Neck pain may be due to one or more of the following:


  • Poor posture / muscle activation
  • Computer monitor height/position
  • A chair with poor back support
  • Poor lifting technique 
  • Sustained postures

Sports Injury / Taping

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If you have pulled up sore after the weekend, have an ongoing issue or have suffered a major injury then we can help. Here is a list of injuries that we deal with frequently in the clinic.


  • Shoulder pain including bursitis and rotator cuff 
  • Hip and lower back pain
  • Overuse injuries
  • Ankle sprains
  • Knee injuries including ACL's pre and post rehabilitation 



Pre/Post Rehabilitation

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Pre-Surgery: Have you suffered an injury that requires you to have surgery? 

Strength and conditioning of the affected area and those above and below will not only reduce pain leading up to the surgery, but improve recovery time post surgery.


Post-Surgery: At More for Movement we commonly see post surgical patients as early as 1 day post surgery. Some commonly seen conditions we see include:


  • Knee replacement/ reconstruction of cruciate ligaments and meniscus repairs
  • Shoulder replacement / rotator cuff repair
  • Cervical/lumbar discectomy