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SquareOne Physiotherapists are experts in the diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal problems.Read more
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SquareOne Remedial Massage Therapists are experienced in a wide range of soft tissue therapy techniques. There are different types of massage tailored to suit different symptoms. Whether you have a particular injury that needs a specific treatment to target the area, or if you simply need a softer, more relaxing massage – we can cater for you at our modern clinic. Massage can be used as a treatment modality to prevent overuse sporting injuries and chronic postural dysfunction. It can be used by itself or in conjunction with Physiotherapy treatment. Many local clients and athletes use our remedial massage as an excellent recovery tool, injury preventer and performance enhancer.
We have experienced therapists that are highly skilled with outstanding knowledge and professionalism. Please let our friendly reception staff know your preference when booking your next appointment. If you are unsure which massage is right for you, we are delighted to explain the different options – we are here to help.
- 30 min Massage$65
- 60 min Massage$95
- 90 min Massage$140
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Our laptops, tablets and mobile phones have become extensions of our limbs, and new, previously-unseen health problems are on the rise.
Holiday time often means more screen time for kids and also checking emails on phone etc. We are seeing more and more people as a result of the technologically driven world we live in today. Whilst this world is all about instantaneous gratification where everything is done in a click of a button, it’s time we thought about the effects that will be felt further down the line.