Does treatment hurt?
Generally, treatment does not hurt but sometimes it may be painful. For example, initial stretches and exercises may cause slight discomfort, primarily due to the fact that the body may not be used to such movements. As the body adjusts and adapts, these movements may become easier and pain usually eases with ongoing treatment. Sometimes clinicians have to be more aggressive in their treatment in order to maximise your recovery, but they take great care not to cause unnecessary pain. During your treatment, please feedback to the clinician to make sure your level of discomfort is within an acceptable range.Book an appointment