Pain conditions

Arthritis and joint pain conditions

Pain arising from joint inflammation or degeneration.

The term ‘arthritis’ refers to a large class of medical conditions involving pain, inflammation and – in some cases – degeneration of the connective tissues that form your joints. Arthritis often also has secondary effects in the nervous and immune systems, triggering an inflammatory response that amplifies pain overtime.

Treating arthritis requires that we address both the changes within the joints themselves and the secondary inflammatory response.

Our treatment approach

Solving arthritis generally requires a multidisciplinary approach – combining physiotherapy, nutritional interventions and, in some cases, anti-inflammatory medications.

Arthritis treatments will vary depending upon your specific condition and pain levels. For those experiencing limited success with frontline interventions, a minimally-invasive procedure may also be considered.

Arthritis conditions

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Osteoarthritis
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Rheumatoid arthritis
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Ankylosing spondylitis
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Psoriatic arthritis
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Scleroderma
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And more....

Therapies & interventions

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Comprehensive diagnostics
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Pain coaching
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Pain medication management
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Sleep support and sleep medication management
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Anti-inflammatory nutrition & gut health protocols
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Specialised pain physiotherapy
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Neuroplasticity-based therapies
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Graded motor imagery
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Ergonomic equipment support
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And much more....

Joint pain procedures

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Percutaneous electrical nerve stimulation
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Anaesthetic injections
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Hyaluronic acid injections
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Steroidal injections
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Platelet-rich plasma therapy

Please note, we do not perform invasive, high-risk surgeries, nor will we offer procedures without first trialling other options.

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Whether persistent or episodic, moderate or severe — you don't have to settle for a life with pain. Together, we can redefine your future. So let's do it.

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