- Soft tissue Injuries
- Rehabilitation Exercises
- Sports Performance Analysis
- Lumbar Spine and Sciatic Pain
- Safe Exercises
- Self Management
Bounce Back Therapies is very excited to inform you that we are still open in Byron Bay and Ballina, NSW. The government have announced that Allied Health practitioners are to continue practicing as normal while adhering to the strict hygiene guidelines, therefore we are taking extra precautions where we can to insure yours and my safety at all times. We ask any patients to notify us if the following applies to you: - Have been overseas or interstate in the past 14 days prior to your appointment. - Patients who are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms listed by the Federal Health Organization. - Have been in contact with anyone infected with COVID-19.
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“After years of intensifying knee pain, six months ago I thought I would have to stop my daily runs. After a short time working with Nikki, I am running again every day without pain and feeling younger, healthier and no longer worried about a need for surgery. I cannot thank you enough Nikki.”Belinda Kirkwood, Owner/Director, Byron Beach Café
I have been receiving treatments from Nikki Foord at Bounce Back Therapies for about 18 months now and I can’t recommend her highly enough! Not only has she successfully treated an ongoing ankle and hip injury, but has been instrumental in helping me on my way to achieving my first ever 10km run! Nikki’s experience, professionalism and passion for what she does makes her one of the leaders in her field. Thanks Nikki!Sarah Rutten Dip CBST CPDT-KA The Canine Perspective
Dry needling is treatment similar to acupuncture, but with a basis in the Western system of medicine. As the research into this therapy has increased, dry needling is now being used frequently for successful treatment and management of sports injuries and other muscular-skeletal conditions.
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What’s it all about…
Myofascial cupping is a therapy that applies cups to the skin through use of reduced pressure inside the cup. This reduced pressure draws and holds the skin, fascia and muscles up inside the cup, producing a range of potential health benefits.
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