What is physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy can help you live your life to the fullest. Pain, stiffness and loss of mobility can have a profound effect on your quality of life, whether it’s a niggling pain that is affecting your work, an injury that is stopping you from being active or a chronic condition that is impacting on activities you enjoy. Our motto is ‘Fast Results – Long Term Prevention’. Our aim is to treat your condition in the short term, and then help you to manage your condition in the long term to prevent further issues. In our practice, you will receive one-on-one, individualised care from a highly qualified, experienced physiotherapist who will listen to your needs. We work in partnership with other healthcare professionals, including GPs and specialist doctors, as well as allied health professionals (podiatrists, exercise physiologists), to ensure that you receive the best outcomes for your condition.
Your physio can help you:
- Reduce pain and stiffness
- Restore function and increase mobility
- Recover from injury to return to normal activities and work
- Prevent future pain episodes or injuries
- Work towards your personal goals for sport or daily activity
What are physios qualified to do?
Our physiotherapists are qualified to:
- Assess your condition
- Diagnose your condition, or help you seek further information from other health professionals
- Treat your condition condition
- Provide education to help you understand and manage your condition
What kind of treatment methods do physios use?
Treatment methods that physios use include:
- Hands-on treatment – To reduce pain and/or stiffness through manipulation and mobilisation of joints
- Individual exercise programs – To increase muscle strength or increase mobility
- Muscle retraining – To improve control
- Dry Needling – To release muscle tension
- Aids and Braces – To provide support and help you move correctly
Which conditions do physios treat?
Our physios are able to diagnose and treat a range of musculoskeletal conditions including, but not limited to:
- Back pain
- Neck pain
- Sports injuries
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- Shoulder pain and impingement Read More…
- Knee pain
- Core stability
- Joint pain
- Work-related injuries (including WorkCover claims)
- Ankle pain
- Hip pain Read More
- Posture-related issues
- Plantar fasciitis
- Tennis Elbow Read More…
- Sacroiliac joint conditions
- Post surgery /Fracture rehabilitation
- Muscle and tendon strains
- Leg Cramps Read More…