Physiotherapy helps with all pain and mobility issues. Some examples of common conditions that are effectively treated by our physiotherapists include spinal problems such as lower back pain, neck pain, disc bulges, sciatic nerve irritation (sciatica), sporting injuries such as ankle sprains, knee meniscus or cartilage tears, muscle strains; repetitive injuries such as bursitis and tendinitis; work related issues such as poor posture and tension headaches. Other general conditions which can be managed very well with physiotherapy and exercise include arthritis, obesity, incontinence, anxiety and even depression.
Upon initial assessment you will be outlined a treatment plan, taking into account your lifestyle, leisure activities and general health to ensure that you receive the maximum benefit of the treatment. Our physiotherapists have extensive experience in treating sports injuries, work related injuries, motor vehicle accidents, women’s health and DVA/aged care services.
Our physios continually update their skills and attend weekly professional development sessions to ensure our clients receive the highest possible standards of health care. We are well trained and have extensive experience in using treatments such as:
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Physiotherapy can assist you in your upkeep and goal to improve your well-being. Our clinic has credible, well-trained healthcare professionals that use human movement and its nuances to achieve better results in therapy, healing, and overall wellness.
The practice relies on the notion that physical movement and its mechanics are crucial to human health. It relies on a broad range of methods, from exercise regimens to structural assessment, to determine what is wrong and how to correct it.
The typical physiotherapy treatment begins with assessment and diagnosis. The therapist will want to see what is wrong, and that may involve some questions and tests. Your history will be inquired, along with some details about your lifestyle and habits.
From there, the planning and administration of a treatment program can begin.
The details of the plan will vary based on your goals. Some exercises are better suited for minimising dysfunction after injury, while others excel in recovering range of motion or improving physical function.
Physiotherapists use a range of skills to achieve their goals. These include manual therapy practices, various therapeutic exercise regimens, electrotherapy, and advice on how to make changes to diet, lifestyle, and other relevant factors.
This method stems from a holistic approach. Rather than focus solely on the affected area, physiotherapy looks at the body as a whole. Through this, they can determine connections to better target problem areas.
Our efforts aim to put you back to your peak physical potential, with a healthier lifestyle to match.
Apart from recovery and therapy, we can also assist in other areas. Our therapists can help you in improving your balance or in correcting your posture. We also have experts that can help in rehabilitation after severe injury or invasive surgery.
Consult with one of our physiotherapists today to see what we can do for you.