Core Medical Centre

What We Offer



Our team of physiotherapists are very “hands on” as we believe this approach is essential in delivering the desired results. We treat a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions and specialise in sports injuries, spinal conditions of the neck and back, headaches, post-operative rehabilitation as well as general maintenance and conditioning of athletes.




Biokinetics is defined as the science of movement and the application of exercise in rehabilitative treatment or performance. Biokinetics is the profession concerned with health promotion, the maintenance of physical abilities and final phase rehabilitation, by means of scientifically-based physical activity programme prescription.


Chiropractic is a health profession specialising in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mechanical disorders of the musculoskeletal system and the affects of these disorders on the function of the nervous system and general health.


Dietitians are experts in the field of food and nutrition (dietetics). Dietitians advise people on what they should be eating in order to lead healthy lifestyles. They also advise people on what to eat to achieve specific health related goals.

General Practitioner

General Practitioner / Family Physician A Family Physician is a general practitioner who has post graduate training in family medicine. Medicine is practiced holistically with a patient centred approach

orthotics & prosthetics

The Orthotic and Prosthetic profession exists for the primary purpose of assisting patients in maintaining functional lives. The Orthotist and Prosthetist shall be responsible for making the greatest effort to enhance the patient’s physical ability.


Pilates was developed by a man named ‘Joseph Pilates’ in the early 20th Century. Joseph was a ‘sickly’ child and as a result became obsessed with body image. He grew up in Germany and developed a strict fitness regime founded on some yoga principles and based on the ‘art of contrology’ and mind body connection.

Sports Physician

The Sports Physician employs a inter-disciplinary approach with input from coaches, Biokineticists, Physiotherapists, Chiropracters, Dieticians, Orthopaedic Surgeons and other allied health science professionals.

clinical psychologist

A clinical psychologist helps people of all ages overcome emotional and psychological difficulties. Unlike psychiatrists, clinical psychologists do not prescribe medication; instead they address psychological issues.


Massage Therapy this is a scientific art and system of the assessment and manual application to the superficial soft tissue. Sports massage emphasizes on prevention and healing of injuries to muscles and tendons also enhances range of motion

BioFlex Laser therapy

The safe and effective way to eliminate pain. Laser therapy has been successfully utilised to treat a broad range of medical problems relating to the musculoskeletal system, arthritis , sports injuries , dermatological conditions , wounds and ulcers .


The health-care profession concerned especially with examining the eye for defects and faults of refraction, with prescribing correctional lenses or eye exercises, with diagnosing diseases of the eye, and with treating such diseases or referring them for treatment.


A system for treating illnesses that uses very small amounts of substances that would in larger amounts produce symptoms of the illnesses in healthy people

Wound Care

Wound healing is a biological process that begins with trauma and ends with scar formation. There are two types of tissue injury: full and partial thickness. Partial thickness injury is limited to the epidermis and superficial dermis, with no damage to the dermal blood vessels.

Speech Therapy

A Speech and Language Therapist is a health care professional who specialises in communication and swallowing difficulties. The main part of their work involves assessing people and planning therapy. They work with people of all ages across different settings such as nurseries, schools, day centres, care homes, clinics and hospitals.


Orthodontia, also known as orthodontics and dentofacial orthopedics, is a specialty field of dentistry. An orthodontist is a specialist who has undergone special training in a dental school or college after they have graduated in dentistry. It was established by the efforts of pioneering orthodontists such as Edward Angle and Norman William Kingsley. The specialty deals primarily with the diagnosis, prevention and correction of malpositioned teeth and the jaws.

Oral Hygienist

A member of the dental team  specialising in prevention of dental and oral disease such as tooth decay, gum disease, oral cancer and other systemic diseases that impact our overall health. Treatments include the following :
  • Check ups, dental xrays and oral health screening
  • Oral health risk and susceptibility assessments.
  • Treatment of gum disease (with local anaesthetic if necessary)
  • Decay prevention therapies such as fissure sealants, dietary advice and fluoride treatments
  • Dental home care advise and training.
  • Cleaning (plaque, tartar and stain removal) and polishing
  • Oral cancer screening
  • Implant maintenance.
  • Treatment of sensitive teeth.
  • Sports gum guards
  • Teeth whitening
  • Temporary fillings.


A health care professional who is trained to evaluate hearing loss and related disorders, including balance (vestibular) disorders and tinnitus (ringing in the ears) and to rehabilitate individuals with hearing loss and related disorders.

An audiologist uses a variety of tests and procedures to assess hearing and balance function and to fit and dispense hearing aids and other assistive devices for hearing.