A holistic scientific approach to restore pain free movement
A unique combination of therapies combining Physiotherapy and Yoga to relieve pain, restore movement, and teach you ways to treat yourself.
Our whole-body approach to physiotherapy is designed to not only relieve your symptoms but to identify the causes of your pain and teach you how to treat yourself to prevent it from reoccurring.
We have 25 years of experience treating a wide range of conditions, with a particular focus on foot and ankle problems, back, neck and shoulder pain, and issues involving the thoracic rings (ribs)…we treat the whole body.
Physio-Yoga combines scientific evidence-based Physiotherapy with the traditional time-proven practices of Yoga for healing your body and rehabilitating after injury.
The Physio Yoga Clinic provides combined Physiotherapy and Yoga to enhance your overall well-being. We offer one-on-one yoga therapy to help you manage pain, recover from injury, and improve your mobility. Yoga can enhance your strength, balance, and overall health and wellbeing. We also also provide physiotherapist-led group yoga classes.
A-J Peterson has worked for over 20 years with people of all ages and activity levels suffering from foot and ankle pain. With experience treating walking and running injuries A-J is the physio to see for your treatment plan. Her integrated body approach has been particularly useful for solving complex foot problems, those that have not responded to traditional methods of treatment. She helps you understand your condition to treat it completely, to help you take more control of your own healing, and with less likelihood of the injury returning.
Patients must be well to attend an appointment. Those who are unwell will have their appointments re
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