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Our Physiotherapy Services

We have a highly-specialist skill set at Evolution-Physio and use a combination of techniques to get the best results for our patients.

Soft Tissue Therapy

Soft tissue therapy involves various targeted techniques to manipulate soft tissue (muscles, fascia, tendons & ligaments) to reduce muscle tension and pain, improve circulation and promote relaxation. Soft tissue therapy can be beneficial before sporting events to prepare the muscle and reduce risk of injury and can be used post event to flush waste and toxins out of the system and promote faster recovery. Soft tissue therapy is also beneficial for non-sporting musculoskeletal injuries, such as postural related tension, and therefore anyone can benefit from these techniques. 

Here are a list of soft tissue therapy techniques that are used at Evolution-Physio:

  • Deep Soft Tissue Massage
  • Sports Massage
  • Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilisation (IASTM)
  • Trigger Point Release
  • Cupping
  • Muscle Energy Techniques
  • Deep transverse frictions
Soft tissue therapy
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Joint Mobilisation

Joint mobilisation and manipulation techniques are effective methods used by physiotherapists. These approaches involve controlled graded movements of the joint to restore proper alignment and function. Mobilisation gently stretches and moves the joint within its natural range of motion, reducing stiffness and promoting flexibility.

On the other hand, manipulation involves applying a quick and precise force to a specific joint to correct misalignments or fixations. These techniques help increase joint mobility, decrease muscle tension, and enhance blood flow to the affected area, and can offer rapid and significant relief from pain.


Acupuncture and dry needling are two therapeutic techniques that physiotherapists often incorporate as a complementary technique to alleviate pain and promote the overall well-being of their patients. Acupuncture, rooted in traditional Chinese medicine, involves the insertion of fine needles into specific points on the body to stimulate the flow of energy (Qi), and stimulate natural healing processes. 

In a physiotherapy context, acupuncture can be particularly beneficial for musculoskeletal conditions, such as chronic pain, sports injuries, or tension-related discomfort. By targeting trigger points, we can help reduce pain and improve the body’s mobility and function.

This holistic approach enhances the effectiveness of physiotherapy techniques, offering patients a well-rounded and customised pain relief solution.

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We use specific exercise programs to aid in the rehabilitation of our patients and are tailored to each client to address their specific injury and goals.

Rehabilitation can involve various exercises from strengthening and stretching to balance and coordination. Through exercise, patients can regain muscle strength, improve flexibility, enhance joint stability, and regain mobility. We guide our patients on the correct technique, progression, and intensity to ensure that a client’s rehab is safe and effective.

Not only does exercise assist recovery, but it also has an important role to play in injury prevention.

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