All Things Physio was set up with the ethos of not only helping people recover from their pain or injury but ensuring they return to a level of function higher than at the time of injury to prevent future recurrence. This what we believe we sets us apart from traditional Physiotherapy clinics.
Our motto of 'leaving no stone unturned to make you fit for life' encompasses this as our experienced team members will seek to understand the challenges you face on a day to day basis and develop a robust management plan with you to address your individual needs. We are aided in this process by the great facilities we operate out of where we have access to specialist equipment, not often afforded to physiotherapy clinics, to help you achieve a full resolution of your symptoms.
All Things Physio is the sister company of All Things Pilates, a local Pilates studio in Kingston who shares the same goals of improving fitness and movement quality to improve overall health.
Lead Physiotherapist As a lifelong sports enthusiast Andreas understands the requirements of any sports' discipline and the need to have you back on the move as quickly and safely as possible. His experience dealing…
Physiotherapist & Clinical Pilates Lead Gemma graduated from the University of Birmingham with a Masters in Physiotherapy and began her career working for a local private practice and the Beaconsfield Rugby team.…
Physiotherapist & Clinical Pilates Instructor Eileen graduated from Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia with a Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) and has since worked in several private practices and…
Ensuring you assess the patient performing movements as close as possible to their issues outside of the clinic is key to understanding how best to address their symptoms.
After reporting pain with #olympiclifting, overhead movements and #muscleups a traditional assessment showed a few anomalies however it wasn't until we replicated the pull motion of a #snatch (with the wide grip shown) and a #clean (narrower grip) that we saw the overactivity of his left upper fibres of trapezius (photo on left). This caused him to elevate his left shoulder girlde due to tightness in his glenohumeral joint (ball and socket of the shoulder) creating his symptoms of pinching.
Following some manual therapy techniques and stretching within session we were able to achieve a notable improvement in both the mechanics, as shown on the right, but also more importantly in discomfort too. Having the eyes shut was used to avoid any visual cues that could be gained by the mirror to make sure the movement was as natural as possible.
After two sessions he is now able to clean 110 kg pain free and we have begun to work more on his #overheadsquat positioning.