When it seems like there is no one that can solve your problem, despite having invested a lot of time and money, what do you do?

Our solution at RedoHealth is to look at your whole body to identify the underlying cause of your injury.

If you are dealing with a persistent injury, our method, ConnectTherapy™, whereby we look at your whole body helps us find the driving force behind your injury.

We take a 4-step approach to ensure you get back to doing what you love!





Assessment  - we will ask you many questions to understand the ’why’ - why has your injury or pain occurred? This will include an examination of you performing tasks specific to your current limitation or restriction.

Answering the ‘Why’ - identifying the driver – what is causing you not to have optimal movement?

The Plan – what treatment is needed to restore your optimal movement.

Rehabilitation  - Reactivate, Rebuild, Refine, Reignite – Your program is designed specifically around your driver.


A structured framework that includes whole body assessment linking pain and drivers.  It is a whole body approach that treats the whole person with consideration of what has meaning to the individual. Focuses on training new strategies for posture and movement, while removing bad habits and poor strategies for movement.  Developed by Canadian physiotherapist Dr LJ Lee.


Assessment of the thoracic spine and ribcage as an integrated ring structure. Involves individual assessment of the each ring through posture and movement.  Often the thoracic spine is thought of as stiff and stable. The TRA introduces the idea that it is more flexible and to the role neuromuscular forces play in creating compression through the thorax.  The thorax  is often not an area of pain, but an area of dysfunction contributing to pain in various regions of the body (e.g. headaches, Achilles pain, low back pain, knee pain).


  • Headaches

  • Neck pain

  • Lower and mid-back pain

  • Sporting injuries

  • Overuse injuries

  • Pelvis/SIJ pain

  • Post-surgical spine rehabilitation

  • Multiple Injuries, areas of pain

  • Injuries in children

  • Complex pain presentations