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Physiotherapist – John Bradshaw
Docklands resident and physiotherapist John Bradshaw opens New Energy Physiotherapy on Merchant St, Victoria Harbour. The Dock 5 resident’s physio clinic is about as close to home as you can get which means he has plenty of energy to lavish on his clients.
Energy is the theme John has drawn from Docklands itself – Melbourne’s energetic and dynamic new suburb. His physio practice is modern, elegant and sophisticated.
“It’s professional service I am primarily interested in bringing to my clients. It is about an expert diagnosis and effective treatments, but clients can expect something extra, whether it a personal welcome or a drink to help them relax,” he said.
John has been working in Australia as a physiotherapist since graduating from the University of Melbourne in 2004. But his medical experience goes back to 1994 when he was awarded a medical science degree in Cardiorespiratory Medicine in his native Florida, USA.
Prior to becoming a physiotherapist, John worked as a respiratory therapist in trauma and intensive care units in Miami USA, Dubai and Vietnam.
Remedial Massage — Massage therapy is the assessment and treatment of the soft tissues and joints of the body by hands-on manipulation.
Trigger Point Therapy — Trigger points are manifested as small contraction knots in the muscles, that control the state of contraction and active ones may cause muscle spasm and referred pain.
Joint Mobilisation/Manipulation — Passive movement of a joint (or spinal segment) within or beyond its active range of motion.
Post Operative Rehab — Skilled in all the recommended orthopaedic protocols for the following areas: shoulder, arm, elbow, hand, wrist, neck, spine, hip, knee, leg, foot, and ankle.
Clinical Pilates — The program focuses on strengthening core postural muscles by way of a reformer bed, the additional strength will keep the body balanced and improve spinal support.
Interferential Electrotherapy — Tiny electrical impulses are induced into the tissues in the vicinity of the injury. Where these waves intersect below the surface of the skin, a low-frequency stimulation is created. This prompts the body to secrete endorphins and other natural pain killers to help relieve pain.
Electrical Muscle Stimulation — Small amounts of electrical current are induced into the tissues for the purpose of reducing swelling. It is an effective form of pain relief.