Project Description

Other Therapies:

1. Bio-Puncture

Bio- Puncture is an ancient technique which has found its way into modern medicine because of its efficacy. It stimulates the body’s own healing mechanisms thus speeding up the process of injury recovery, and natural rejuvenation/repair and also lowers pain and inflammation. The technique involves using pin-prick needles to inject remedies under the skin or into muscle encouraging the body to start healing and helping stimulate local blood circulation. Very effective treatment for classic lower back ache from sitting too much.

2. Spider Vein Treatment

IPL treatment uses pulses of non-laser light for the removal of superficial spider veins from the face and legs. The heat energy from the carefully calibrated light is absorbed by the targeted blood vessels, causing the blood to coagulate and the veins to collapse. Surrounding skin is spared, for it has a different pigment (colour) than these red and blue veins and therefore doesn’t absorb the light. After treatment, the destroyed veins are absorbed by the body and gradually fade from sight.

Using a hand-held device, we will deliver the IPL light into the targeted veins. Some sort of cooling system (some devices have special cooling tips) will be used to protect your skin’s surface from heat. Most people say the light pulses feel like a small rubber band snapping at the skin. If you find the procedure too uncomfortable, you can request a topical anaesthetic for any pain.IPL treatments are brief, generally lasting less than 30 minutes. You can return to your normal activities immediately. Side effects from IPL treatments are generally minimal.

3. Laser Pain Therapy

Laser Therapy is a treatment that utilises specific wavelengths of light to interact with tissue and helps accelerate the healing process. It can be used on patients who suffer from a variety of acute and chronic conditions in order to help eliminate pain, and swelling, reduce spasms and increase functionality. The non-thermal photons of light that are emitted from the laser pass through the skin’s layers (the dermis, epidermis, and subcutaneous tissue or tissue fat under the skin). This light has the ability to penetrate 2 to 5 centimetres below the skin at 90mw and 830 nm.

4. Lymphatic Rebound Therapy

The Rebounding Therapy is a compression pad which is strapped around the limbs to massage lymphatic oedema back into the lymphatic system. It feels similar to a deep massage. The lymph system bathes every cell, carrying nutrients to the cell and waste products away. Contrary to the blood which is pumped by the heart, the lymph is totally dependent on physical exercise to move. Without adequate movement, the cells are starving for nutrients, a situation which contributes to arthritis, cancer and other degenerative diseases as well as ageing. Rebounding is reported to increase lymph flow by 15 to 30 times and treat lymphoedema in cancer patients.