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Physiokey a pain relief solution

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Physiokey helps reduce and eliminate pain fast

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Combined Therapies can help!

At Combined Therapies, you’re needing a therapist that can help resolve the source of pain, unlike taking medications that masks or dulls pain.

The therapist has a toolbox of strategies using the Physiokey device to effectively help with reducing pain, swelling and inflammation and muscular spasms. Physiokey provides outstanding results for both acute and chronic injuries and painful conditions. This will enable you to have improved function, flexibility and mobility in a short amount of time.

Combined Therapies is a new business to the Fraser Coast, based in the seaside village Toogoom, providing regional clients access to the latest technology in pain free, pain relief treatments.  CT is well suited to all ages, whether you’re an elite athlete or living with a disability seeking pain relief to feel great.

Combined Therapies specialises in treatments ranging from injuries, post-surgery, chronic pain and neuropathic pain.

A referral for an appointment is not necessary.

How does Physiokey deliver pain-relief?

1. Impulse delivery

The device generates a highly variable impulse (a damped, bi-phasic, sinusoidal impulse), delivered through two fixed concentric electrodes once skin contact occurs.  If there is no skin contact, the device will not deliver any impulses.

2. Impulse absorption

The impulse is delivered onto and through the skin, but enters only about one-tenth of a millimetre below the skin.  These impulses are conducted through the body via sensory nerve fibres, the lymphatic system, and connective tissue of the body; directly to the brain.

3. Impulse transmission

Once the impulse is absorbed through the skin, the information is passed through the body to the brain. The body reacts to the impulse and modifies it in its own very specific and individual way and then ‘sends’ the signal back – called a ‘response reaction’.

4. Impulse interpretation and adjustment

The “response reaction” is measured by the physiokey within microseconds.  The device analyses the modified impulse and then applies an individually-adapted impulse.  The cycle continues all the while during treatment, stimulating the nervous system to activate its own pain relief and self-healing abilities.

Please note:
The device is classified as a biofeedback controlled non-invasive neurostimulator and is for professional users only with recognized diploma or higher education in a health-related field. The Physiokey is listed with the Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration as, Non-invasive, electrotherapeutic, handheld device used to reduce acute and chronic pain, improve blood circulation, and facilitate restoration and improvement.

about

Kim Rogers

Combined Therapies Kim 400

Kim is an experienced therapist and over the past 15 years has worked in clinics all over Queensland.
Since graduating from college as a Remedial Massage Therapist Kim has engaged in learning new methods of treatment, in particular Physiokey Therapy Training and continues to develop industry knowledge and expertise.

CT tailors our treatment to meet the needs of people of all ages, and conditions ensuring the best treatment plans for our clients.

CT is committed to maintaining the highest level of service and care to all clients to ensure a relaxing and pain-free experience.

To Book an appointment with Kim call 0413 138 524