The musculoskeletal system, made up of bones, muscles, joints, tendons, ligaments and connective tissue allows for movement and stability of the body. The correct alignment of all of these structures is pivotal to well-being and optimal function.

When the body is injured, be it through trauma, strain or wear-and-tear, it can disrupt normal postural alignment which in turn leads to compensation patterns.  The smallest, seemingly insignificant injury, ache or pain can affect this delicate balance and with often far-reaching implications for our ability to live full and pain-free lives.


  1. Trauma – fractures and multiple injuries
  2. Injuries to ligaments, muscles, cartilage and tendons
  3. Surgery – pre-and post-operative rehabilitation for joint replacements and other procedures
  4. Headaches
  5. Whiplash
  6. Neck pain
  7. Acute and chronic low back pain
  8. Scoliosis
  9. Sciatica – nerve entrapment
  10. Degenerative conditions of the spine
  11. Disc herniation and nerve irritation
  12. Piriformis syndrome
  13. Hip deformities and labral tears
  14. Knee pain
  15. Patella dislocations
  16. Achilles tendon injuries
  17. Ankle and foot injuries
  18. Frozen shoulder
  19. Rotator cuff syndrome
  20. Shoulder instability and dislocations
  21. Tennis elbow
  22. Bursitis
  23. Chronic pain
  24. Overuse/repetitive strain injuries
  25. Rheumatological conditions (osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, fibro-myalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome)
  26. Auto-immune disorders affecting muscles, soft tissue and/or joints