Dr. Karen Hartzenberg - Dr. Mita Ballysing

General Practice (GP)

Trained to work on the front line of a healthcare system, the General Practitioner takes the initial step in assisting patients with all kinds of health issues.
No matter what type of disease patients are suffering from, our doctors are here to help! Doctors, as we all know, are a vital part of patients’ healing process. With the resources available and a versatile team of paramedical assisting in patients’ rehabilitation, doctors can explore many treatment channels that will best serve each individual’s needs. General Practitioners engage themselves beyond diagnosis, treatment and cure of presented issues, but also into prevention and education, towards reducing the risk of reoccurrence and relative problems these issues could lead to.

Camille Dubreucq Wiehe - Ludovic Wiehe

Physiotherapy (Physio)

Highly qualified and professional, physiotherapists work together with their patients to help them get better and to prevent relapse in the long-term.
Treatment and prevention plans are developed to help patients improve their health condition and movement disorder, using advanced techniques and evidence-based treatments, assessments and diagnosis. Physiotherapy helps repair muscle damage, reduce muscle stiffness and pain, and improve mobility and quality of life. Services range from acute care, rehabilitation, maintenance of functional mobility, chronic disease management, patient and carer education, health promotion to injury prevention and occupational health.
Common reasons to see a physio:

  • Musculoskeletal conditions
  • Orthopaedic conditions
  • Pain management
  • Acupuncture and dry needling
  • Paediatric
  • Neurologic
  • Cardiorespiratory
  • Cancer, palliative and lymphoedema
  • Older generation physical management
  • Sports injuries, conditioning and rehabilitation management

Gregory Gébert - Benita Chooah

Osteopathy (Osteo)

Offering an innovative approach to health care, osteopaths are professionals who propose a functional improvement technique that recognises the important link between the structure of the body and its functional movement.
Osteos focus on how the skeleton, joints, muscles, nerves, circulation, connective tissue and internal organs function as one, holistic unit.
Common reasons to see an osteo:

  • Reduce pain and stiffness in muscles and joints
  • Remove the underlying cause of pain
  • Increase the range of motion of joints
  • Treat spinal problems resulting from poor posture or spinal disk injuries
  • Relieve chronic pain from non-invasive treatment
  • Decrease stress on joints
  • Reduce tension in the body
  • Relieve tension headaches and migraines
  • Help the body adapt to hormonal and structural changes during pregnancy
Khan Jeerooburkhan

Massage Therapy (MT)

Assisting patients on both the physical and mental fronts, massage therapists have been relieving people of pain for years.
Their massages are adapted to patients’ needs, guaranteeing a peaceful experience for a better feeling thereafter.
Common reasons to see a MP:

  • Reduce or eliminate pain
  • Improve joint mobility
  • Improve circulation
  • Improve lymphatic drainage
  • Reduce muscular tension
  • Stress relief
  • Improve sleep

Ingrid Harel (Psychotherapist) - Jean-Pierre Senelle (Psychotherapist & Psychotraumatologist)

Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy is the support, by a person specially trained for this purpose, of a person who is suffering or in a state of internal disagreement that may be manifested by stress, behavioral problems or a state of distress.

Through techniques or natural ability, the therapist promotes significant changes in the client’s cognitive, emotional or behavioral functioning, in his/her interpersonal system, personality or state of health.

These changes will bring the person to work in a more harmonious and satisfying way, that means, come closer and closer to what is called a state of internal agreement.

This treatment goes beyond helping to cope with everyday difficulties, just counseling or reporting.

Michelle Lincoln - Mathias Ritter

Exercise Physiology

CARE Exercise Physiologists are university qualified exercise professionals.  They are accredited with ESSA, the peak professional body for Sports Scientists and Exercise Physiologists in Australia.  CARE Exercise Physiologists have the clinical knowledge, experience and skills needed to deliver holistic, patient-centred exercise interventions. 

Scientific research, validated assessment procedures, clinical judgement and patient goals are used to evaluate, deliver and monitor your exercise and rehabilitation program.  We will empower you to regain your health!

Some of the chronic conditions Exercise Physiologists are qualified to treat include:

  • Neuromuscular conditions
  • Cardiovascular conditions
  • Pulmonary conditions
  • Immunological conditions
  • Metabolic conditions
  • Orthopaedic conditions
  • Cognitive, psychological and sensory disorders

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