Phone number: (02) 9525....
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Year Established: 2004
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At Highway2Health you are treated as a whole person, not just a knee, back or neck. To make changes in your body a combination of gentle stretching, massage, acupuncture and spinal manipulation is used to rehabilitate tight muscles and painful joints. To supplement the manual treatment an effective exercise regime which helps to strengthen, stretch and re coordinate your muscles will allow you to regain your former pain free life. Postural instruction may also be necessary to reduce excessive gravitational stresses on your body and prevent your problem from reoccurring.
Sports people find Osteopathy beneficial for increasing performance by balancing the bodies musculature and releasing biomechanical restrictions which allows freer, more balanced movement and therefore better performance in whatever sport you are involved in. Sports injuries also respond quickly to treatment using our combination of physical and acupuncture modalities.
Most importantly Osteopathy frees your body to allow you to get through the stresses of your busy lifestyle. Our commitment to you is to provide friendly and effective treatment which will allow you to take control of your life.
We are Workcover registered and can treat a variety of workplace and motor vehicle trauma.
Call Highway2Health now to see how we can help you.
Motor Vehicle Injuries
Sports Injury and Enhancing Biomechanics for Sport
Acupuncture - Safe and painless use of fine needles to re balance the flow of energy through your body.
Muscle Energy Technique - involves stretching and resisting to release restrictions of movement, this technique can work with large muscles or the very small inter vertebral muscles
Counterstrain - This is an indirect technique where a dysfunction is put in a position of ease, the tissues relax, blood flow normalizes and muscles relax.
Functional Technique - Similar to counterstrain except that the tissues are positioned by the practitioner positioning the joint or tissues by monitoring movement.
Visceral Osteopathy - An osteopathic technique developed largely in France, where the natural movement of internal organs is re-established allowing digestion to be normalized.
Cranio-Sacral Therapy - This technique releases restrictions in the bones of the cranium, and allows access to the dura which covers the central nervous system.
Kinetic Tissue Massage - This is a deep form of massage used on muscles close to the spine.
Feldenkrais Method - Has two parts Functional Integration a hands therapy and Awareness Through Movement a system of movements to help establish freedom of movement in the body and to enhance co-ordination.
Trigger Points - Areas of pain which may be used to treat the body.
Osteopathy is a recognized form of primary health care and is covered by all major health funds under Extras Cover, claims can be made on the spot using our HICAPS facility. We also have EFTPOS and Credit Card facilities for Bankcard, Visa and Mastercard.
Graduated NSW Osteopathic College 1982
Member of Australian Osteopathic Association
Osteopathic Board of Australia Registered
Past Vice President and Treasurer of the NSW Branch of the Australian Osteopathic Association
Registrar AikiKai NSW. (more)
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