Resilience - Physio Penrith

We Specialise in Resilience

Research shows that people who demonstrate higher levels of resilience tend to recover faster, manage pain better, be less susceptible to future injury.

At Sydney Muscle & Joint Clinic we have a clear philosophy that we apply to all musculoskeletal injuries and complaints. At the forefront is our desire to build capacity and resilience in your tissues - in the intervertebral disc, the tendon, the joint and muscles that move our body. 

We focus on directional preference movements for back and neck pain

At Sydney Muscle & Joint Clinic our high quality approach includes these key features:

  • Evidence-based practice: is an approach to care that encourages practitioners to use the best available evidence and critically apply it to the individual patient’s circumstances and preferences in clinical practice. We aim to provide the most effective care that is available, with the aim of improving patient outcomes.

We focus on the judicious use of mechanotransduction

We do not support stretching or foam rolling

We Specialise in Resilience

Research shows that people who demonstrate higher levels of resilience tend to recover faster, manage pain better, be less susceptible to future injury.

At Sydney Muscle & Joint Clinic we have a clear philosophy that we apply to all musculoskeletal injuries and complaints. At the forefront is our desire to build capacity and resilience in your tissues - in the intervertebral disc, the tendon, the joint and muscles that move our body. 

We focus on directional preference movements for back and neck pain

Directional preference protocol is part of the McKenzie Method and aims to centralise low back and leg pain, as well as neck and arm pain. This protocol, incorporates a system of analysis and treatment in which the spine is loaded dynamically or statically at end range with the goal of identifying specific exercises and procedures that results in changes in pain, resolution of antalgia, and improved pain free range of motion.

We focus on the judicious use of mechanotransduction

Mechanotransduction is the biological process by which mechanical load is received and converted into a cellular response leading to structural change of the tissue. Mechanotherapy has been described to be the “specific prescription of therapeutic exercise to promote repair and remodelling in injured tissue

We do not support stretching or foam rolling

Stretching has been forever been one of those great interventions that physiotherapists, personal trainers and medical professionals have prescribed for endless therapeutic benefits - reduce pain, improve flexibility, reduce stiffness, prevent injury and the list goes on.

 

But, alas, there is no clear evidence that any method of stretching is a clear winner for any important therapeutic goal. In fact, current findings indicate a link between increased tolerance to stretch and pain inhibition, which proves that stretching doesn't work by lengthening muscles, but by inhibiting the uncomfortable sensation of stretching - tricking us that the stretch has been of benefit. Read more.

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Sydney Muscle & Joint Clinic Penrith

Physio-Ex Phys-Massage

112B Stafford Street Penrith NSW 2750

(02) 4721 1450

info@muscleandjoint.com.au

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