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Neuromusculoskeletal Assessment & Management

At Jurmaine Health, we are primary care non-surgical spinal counterparts that specialise in movement rehabilitation for movement dysfunction and soft tissue management systems. We do achieve this through Active Release Technique, Thomas Myer’s fascia work, biomechanics and strength and conditioning, amongst other approaches to neuromusculoskeletal assessment and management.

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Our team of movement clinicians are highly skilled and trained in multiple soft tissue and fascia treatment modalities. We are always refining and refreshing our knowledge and approach to Neuromusculoskeletal Health, through constantly updating our understanding of pathology, radiology, sport medicine, musculoskeletal medicine, neuro and orthopaedic surgical approaches through on-going training and eduction.

We Are Associated With / Trained In:

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  • functional movement systems
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What Is Movement Rehabilitation?

When most people think of rehab, they assume that there has been trauma to a particular area and that is the area being targeted in order to be ‘rehabilitated’ or returned to its prior functional level.

When we assess a patient, we don’t just look at the area of complaint – we also look at any areas which may be contributing to the problem or provoking it – thus taking a more holistic approach to the rehabilitation process.

We assess the patient through functional tests as well as orthopaedic tests, and use those as baseline findings. We then give the patient specific training exercises for the areas we’ve found to be dysfunctional.

Please Note: Not all conditions will have the same result. Get in touch today and one of our clinicians will be able to advise whether our services are suitable for your condition.


Who Have We Helped?

  • People with repeated patterns of pain
  • Patients with poor baseline biomechanics
  • Patients with poor sport transition mechanics
  • Patients with suboptimal post orthopaedic/direct trauma surgical rehab
  • Patients requiring movement rehabilitation both prior to and post-surgical
  • Patients with musculoskeletal pain presentation with no representation of pain issues on MRI, nor CT Scan nor X-rays.
  • Patients who experience multiple areas of discomfort through unsuitable fitness programmes/programming
  • Patients who suffer from sport and performance arts related injuries.

How Have We Helped Them?

  • We have gotten people to moving well despite chronic injury within a short time span.
  • We have significantly reduced a semi-professional sport team’s soft tissue injury to only sustained collision injuries.
  • We have helped CrossFitters return to competition readiness within a week after severe cervical sprain/strain.
  • We have helped patients with bilateral hip joint replacement do lunges well and pain free.
  • We have returned triathletes with months of “plantar fascia” pain to competition ready within 4 weeks of given time frame.
  • We have re-trained an entire defence team through injury to play together as a team.
  • We have helped patients at 70 years old and above to learn to lift more than 10 kg and safely do a squat several repetition and sets over and over again.