How Does Finch Therapy Work? 2017-07-16T06:28:14+00:00

Project Description

FINCH THERAPY

METHODS

The initial objective is to “map” the body. This is done through a series of orthopaedic assessments and functional movement patterns.

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FINCH THERAPY

METHODS

The initial objective is to “map” the body. This is done through a series of orthopaedic assessments and functional movement patterns.

Learn More

How Does Finch Therapy Work?

The initial objective is to “map” the body.  This is done through a series of orthopaedic assessments and functional movement patterns (this process is quick, easy and painless).  From this information, Finch Therapists can identify stiff segments of the spine, pelvis and rib joints.  These segments of ‘stiffness’ tell your therapist information that is needed to trace the primary source of your pain.

If we view the body in simplistic terms; any moveable joint in the body cannot move without muscles contracting.  A muscle cannot contract without receiving a signal from the brain.

If the signal from the brain to the muscle has been disrupted, (this can occur because of trauma, motor vehicle accidents, sprains, fractures, sporting injuries, damage from wear and tear of daily activities, overuse and repetitive movement patterns etc.)  the muscle function becomes underactive ultimately leading to joint stiffness often a long way from the underactive muscle because of a connective tissue called Fascia.

WHAT IS FASCIA?

Fascia has many roles, however, one of its main functions is to allow one muscle to attach to another; creating a domino effect.  For example, if there is tension in the shoulder, this can cause muscular tension all the way to the opposite foot!

Finch Therapists are specially trained to treat your painful conditions but more importantly identify where the pain is coming from. This ensures you get the best possible treatment outcome.

  POSITIVE PAIN SOLUTIONS

  • 106 Elizabeth Ave , Clontarf, 4019
  • (07) 3284 1363

  OPENING HOURS

Monday 08:00 – 18:00
Tuesday 08:00 – 19:00
Wednesday 08:00 – 17:30
Thursday 08:00 – 19:00
Friday 08:00 – 16:30
Saturday/Sunday Closed

CERTIFIED PRACTITIONERS

Positive Pain Solutions

Scott Baines

Morningside Remedial Therapy

  • Razz Smith

Razz Smith

Queensland Physical Medicine

HOW DOES FINCH THERAPY WORK?

The initial objective is to “map” the body.  This is done through a series of orthopaedic assessments and functional movement patterns (this process is quick, easy and painless).  From this information, Finch Therapists can identify stiff segments of the spine, pelvis and rib joints.  These segments of ‘stiffness’ tell your therapist information that is needed to trace the primary source of your pain.

If we view the body in simplistic terms; any moveable joint in the body cannot move without muscles contracting.

A muscle cannot contract without receiving a signal from the brain. If the signal from the brain to the muscle has been disrupted, (this can occur because of trauma, motor vehicle accidents, sprains, fractures, sporting injuries, damage from wear and tear of daily activities, overuse and repetitive movement patterns etc.)  the muscle function becomes underactive ultimately leading to joint stiffness often a long way from the underactive muscle because of a connective tissue called Fascia.

WHAT IS FASCIA?

Fascia has many roles, however, one of its main functions is to allow one muscle to attach to another; creating a domino effect.  For example, if there is tension in the shoulder, this can cause muscular tension all the way to the opposite foot!

Finch Therapists are specially trained to treat your painful conditions but more importantly identify where the pain is coming from. This ensures you get the best possible treatment outcome.

  POSITIVE PAIN SOLUTIONS

  • 106 Elizabeth Ave , Clontarf, 4019
  • (07) 3284 1363

  OPENING HOURS

Monday 08:00 – 18:00
Tuesday 08:00 – 19:00
Wednesday 08:00 – 17:30
Thursday 08:00 – 19:00
Friday 08:00 – 16:30
Saturday/Sunday Closed

CERTIFIED PRACTITIONERS

Positive Pain Solutions

Scott Baines

Morningside Remedial Therapy

  • Razz Smith

Razz Smith

Queensland Physical Medicine

Make An Appointment

Improve your quality of life through Finch Therapy’s whole body assessment system. Specially trained therapists will assess your body (joints and muscles) and their movement patterns to determine the most effective treatment.

FIND A PRACTITIONER

Make An Appointment

Improve your quality of life through Finch Therapy’s whole body assessment system. Specially trained therapists will assess your body (joints and muscles) and their movement patterns to determine the most effective treatment.

FIND A PRACTITIONER