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Physiotherapy Services

Physiotherapy is defined as identifying and maximising a patient’s ability to move and function. Functional movement is a key part of what it means to be healthy. Physiotherapy plays a key role in enabling people to improve their health, wellbeing and quality of life.

Physiotherapy is used to treat / manage a variety of conditions including:

  • Sports injuries such as ligament injuries

  • Postural problems such as those that may give rise to back / neck pain / RSI

  • Rheumatic conditions, e.g. arthritis

  • Orthopaedic conditions e.g. post fracture / joint replacement

  • Post op rehabilitation (for pain relief and mobility)

  • Post-delivery rehabilitation

  • Chest physiotherapy in cases after a chest or thoracic operation as well as in cases of COPD and chest infections


Treatment is determined following an assessment of the condition / situation, and may consist of manual therapy and exercises, besides other modalities available to the physiotherapist.

Other Services Offered:


Assessment of posture, which includes scoliosis testing. The person's daily activities are taken into consideration, and exercises may be prescribed to counteract effects of a posture that is not ideal.


A fast, non-invasive way of measuring body composition. This is done by bioelectrical impedance, (i.e. resistance of the body to a battery generated current).

Results include:

  • Body Fat % and Fat Weight *

  • Lean Mass % and Body Lean Mass *

  • Total Weight

  • Body Water % and Body Water *

  • Plus Normal Levels

  • Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) *

  • Average Daily Calorie Requirement *

  • Body Mass Index – Plus Normal Range


* Estimated


This method of taping utilises a tape which is flexible and stretchy. It is usually used in conjunction with other treatment methods for a variety of reasons including:

  • Pain relief,

  • Reduction of swelling,

  • Increased range of movement, and

  • Effective muscle activity.


Deep tissue massage is a type of therapy that focuses on realignment of deep layers of muscles and connective tissue. It is helpful for stiff and contracted areas such as stiff necks, low back tightness, and sore shoulders and is useful for:

  • Reduced mobility

  • Pain

  • Injuries (e.g. sports injury)

  • Repetitive strain injury

  • Postural problems

  • Muscle spasm or tension

General Practitioner Services

General Practitioner Services

St. Andrews Clinics offers a daily GP service, each morning Monday to Friday at 10:00 onwards, each afternoon Monday to Friday from 16:00 onwards.

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