Our Soft-Tissue Injury Specialists are registered osteopaths who have done post-graduate studies in tissue injury, inflammation, and healing. Their primary specialist qualifications include Active Release Technique® and Graston Technique®. Additionally, all of our clinicians have a wealth of sport-specific expertise that they incorporate into their clinical approach.

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Active Release Technique®

Active Release Technique® (ART) is a non-invasive treatment system precisely engineered to locate and quickly resolve soft-tissue disorders in muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia, and nerves. With over 500 protocols, ART® approaches a level of precision that makes it unique in the treatment of soft-tissue injuries. Using their hands, our ART® qualified clinicians carefully assess and treat along specific anatomical structures, often paying special attention to the relationship between those structures and where they might be getting caught.

Graston Technique®

Graston Technique ® (GT) is an evidence-based soft-tissue injury treatment protocol that is suitable for chronic, acute, and/or post-surgical injuries. The specially designed GT® instruments allow for precise localisation of fascial restriction as well as muscle and tendon dysfunction. In published research, GT® has been demonstrated to:

  • Accelerate injury rehabilitation
  • Minimise treatment time
  • Resolve chronic injuries (Even if the patient has had them for years!)

GT® works with your body's own innate tissue healing processes and supports optimum healing outcomes in injured tissues.
This unique treatment methodology is particularly successful when the treatment aim is to:

  • Improve and/or minimise tissue scarring
  • Promote faster tissue healing
  • Resolve chronic treatment-resistant injuries

Prof. Paula Jarzabkowski / FBA

“I cannot say enough great things about Alex. She is so bright, positive, and thoughtful. She keeps up to date with the newest techniques in her field and makes you into someone strong and healthy who doesn’t actually need her interventions. Fantastic!”