Next Wave delivers compelling therapy to enrich everyday living.
How we can help
We are committed to therapy for everyday living; helping people to reach their fullest potential with sustainable health solutions.
Our physiotherapists have a special interest in pain and injury management.
In times of stress, thoughts and emotions can take over, making it hard to perform even the simplest of everyday tasks. Occupational Therapists assess how a person’s mental health impacts on their daily activities and quality of life.
Pain is a clinical feature in many health conditions. It can affect the physical, mental, emotional and/or spiritual aspects of a person. If pain is present, it has the potential to limit meaningful activities. We can provide strategies to help you address and treat your pain experience.
At Next Wave Therapy our highly trained physiotherapists have extensive experience in the assessment, treatment and management of acute musculoskeletal injuries and persistent pain disorders. Our physiotherapists use advanced clinical reasoning and the latest evidenced based practice. This means that we can provide a targeted treatment approach and plan to assist you back to full recovery and beyond.
- Manipulative Physiotherapy
- Functional Strength & Conditioning
- Clinical Pilates
- Acupuncture Dry Needling
Occupational Therapy helps you fully participate in life. Everything you do in life; work, cooking, driving and sleeping, are occupations. What we do, defines who we are. If pain, stress, illness or injury prevents us from doing…then who are we?
Next Wave Occupational Therapists provide therapy for soft tissue injury, persistent pain and mental health concerns. This includes;
- Myo-Fascial Therapy
- Pain care
- Focused Psychological Therapy
- Acceptance & Commitment Therapy
- Mindfulness & Relaxation Training
- Occupational Therapy Yoga
Naturopathy uses natural medicines that support the bodies ability to heal itself. Natural medicines are our oldest medicine, tried and proven by the ancient people of the earth over thousands of years. Their use in more recent times is backed by extensive scientific and clinical research.
Yoga is a movement based therapy that integrates mind, body and breath. Literally meaning ‘One’ or ‘Union’, yoga is beneficial for both physical and psychological health. Latest research supports its use for a wide variety of health complaints such as, reduced mobility, chronic pain, anxiety, depression and trauma.