At Promotion we strongly believe that making your treatment functional to your life is the key to your long-term recovery. Our clinicians draw from the latest in evidence-based practice, combining manual therapy with exercise rehabilitation to reduce pain and restore function.

How treatment works at Promotion?

we begin with a detailed clinical and functional assessment of your problem. We then formulate a treatment and management plan to relieve the pain but more importantly fix your problem in relation to the activity you do. Your treatment is guided by us but directed by you.

We pride ourselves on constant collaboration for clinical excellence both internally and with a large scope of external medical providers.


Physiotherapy is an Allied Health Profession; that is, it is a healthcare profession that works alongside traditional medicine disciplines of doctors and nurses to help patients overcome movement disorders that are affecting their health. These disorders may be as a result of injury, ageing, accidents, congenital issues or habitual postures. Physiotherapists as experts of movement and function use evidence based practices and treatments.

Remedial Massage

Anna Petito our Remedial Masseuse and is originally a Physiotherapist from Brazil. Remedial massage is a complementary therapy which aims to treat muscles that are damaged, knotted, tense or not contracting properly. It is useful for a number of problems that affect the muscles, tendons and bones. Remedial massage is used to locate and repair damaged areas of the body and speed up the body’s own healing processes.


While it might sound intimidating, shockwave therapy is a non-invasive treatment used in a variety of health fields, such as physiotherapy, sports medicine, urology and orthopaedics. Shockwave therapy is an ideal treatment for musculoskeletal injuries, reliving acute and chronic pain as well as assisting to speed up your recovery.

Dry Needling

During the course of your treatment, your physiotherapist may incorporate techniques such as dry needling to help with muscle relaxation, relieve muscle pain and restore normal muscle function. If you are experiencing muscle soreness or tightness – or both – dry needling may be an effective treatment for you. Dry needling is a treatment technique that uses micro-fine, single-use, stainless steel needles to relieve pain and tension.


At Miami Physiotherapy we aim to provide the best care for our patients and utilize the latest evidence based practice. That is why we are offer clinical Pilates classes to improve our patients’ core stability, flexibility and control. Clinical Pilates is recognized as an effective way to treat low back pain, pre and post-operative back surgery, pelvic floor retraining and sport related pelvic instability.


Hydrotherapy is the use of specific exercises in a warm pool instructed by an aquatic physiotherapist. This provides the benefits of warmth, increasing circulation and decreasing pain; buoyancy, which helps to enable patients to weight-bear more easily with less stress on joints; resistance, which provides a work-out for the muscles of the body; and a non-impact environment to improve cardiorespiratory fitness.