Pain management is a branch in physiotherapy that specialises in reducing pain and allowing the individual to control their experiences of pain. These experiences of pain are pertinent to the individual and serve as signal alarms to ensure that the physical body is free from danger and not threatened in any way. However, at times, the human body can be too sensitised to the external and/or internal stimuli, leading to an undesirable outcome.
At Maxvale Physiotherapy, the physiotherapists at our pain management clinic in Melbourne have competencies in the area of pain, enabling us to identify, recognise, pre-empt and address any potential barriers to recovery that will eventually lead to chronic pain.
Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) Titled Musculoskeletal Physiotherapists are members of the APA who have completed post graduate qualifications (usually a Master’s degree – a 2-3 years training process that only experienced physiotherapists are allowed to go through) in the specialised area of musculoskeletal and pain physiotherapy.
As such, APA Titled Musculoskeletal Physiotherapists have advanced training in the assessment and management of complex musculoskeletal problems, including pain. Their higher level of training enables them to assess, treat and manage complex pain conditions such as injury pain, joint pain and nerve pain with a range of different treatments and techniques.
Maxvale Physiotherapy conducts weekly chronic pain management program talks by specialist physiotherapist Dr Max Lim for our patients. These talks allow patients to successfully manage and control their pain experience to help them find relief.
We are a team of enthusiastic and energised physiotherapists who are passionate to assist and help our clients from all walks of life to live their life and banish any pain that may be keeping them from leading the life they want to live. All staff at our pain management clinic in Melbourne will treat you as a person and individualise your treatment rather than focusing on a condition or a body part.
We listen to and understand your concerns and assess your condition, diagnose the problem, and help you understand what’s wrong. Your chronic pain management plan will take into account your lifestyle, environmental and biomechanical factors, and general health. We will go through your needs, determine the outcome that you want to achieve and address your concerns.
Led by Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist Dr Max Lim (awarded by Australian College of Physiotherapist in 2013), we aim to constantly integrate new ideas and update our clinical skills and management strategies to allow our clients to achieve the greatest results in the best time possible.
We complement your therapy outcome with a range of practices like dry needling, massage, clinical physiotherapy exercises (including clinical pilates), Aquatic Physiotherapy (water based exercise therapy), exercise physiology and neurolinguistics programming.
If your condition is persistent and complex and you feel pain, our physiotherapist specialists can diagnose the issue and prescribe the most appropriate chronic pain management treatment. Contact our pain management clinic in Melbourne today to learn more.