What is Physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy uses techniques to assess, diagnose and treat various health conditions and movement issues. These techniques aim to repair damaged muscle tissue, improve recovery, reduce pain and increase movement through exercise, hands on treatment and education.
Our team are highly trained and work with their clients to help them improve mobility and maintain their health. We treat your current condition through hands on treatment, and prevent future injuries through education and personalised exercise programs.
We work with your Allied Health team including your GP and specialists so you receive the highest quality of treatment.
Clinical Pilates improves body awareness, regains and develops your strength, and helps you perform exercise safely and efficiently. Our team are qualified clinical pilates instructors, so we tie clinical pilates into our treatment plans when appropriate.
What can Physiotherapy help with?
- Reduce pain and stiffness
- Treat sports injuries
- Improve posture and work related issues
- Increase mobility
- Improve quality of life
- Pre and Post Surgical Rehabilitation
- Manage and Reduce Chronic Pain
- Reduce back pain (both acute and chronic)
- Pre and Post Natal care
- Improve sports performance
For 2 or more areas of pain to be assessed we recommend a 60 minute appointment. In addition, we also offer 30 minute follow up appointments, or for strapping we offer a 15 minute appointment.
1:1 Exercise Sessions
Small Group Training (4:1)
Once you’ve completed your initial assessment, your physiotherapist will design a goal specific exercise program. This program will be used in your small group training, where one of our team will observe and assist you. We keep these small groups to a max of 4 people so you receive the support and guidance you need.
Pregnancy And Post Natal
Our team use real time ultrasound to assess your core and pelvic floor muscles to make sure these muscles are working effectively. This is especially important during the post-natal phase to check your muscle recovery.
Real Time Ultrasound
Exercise for Scoliosis
In some cases a referral to a scoliosis specialist may be recommended if further treatment is required.
Defence Veterans and Medicare
Workcover and Insurance Claims
Physiotherapy Led Exercises
Our physiotherapy led exercise classes are recommended for those recovering from injury, have an acute or chronic condition, or want to exercise in a safe and supportive space.
Your physiotherapist will first complete a Functional Movement Assessment and then design a personalised exercise program to address specific goals.
Our physiotherapy led exercise classes assist with pre and post injury rehab, increase mobility and flexibility as well as balance and proprioception.
NEW TO PHYSIOTHERAPY?
WHAT TO EXPECT?
WHAT TO WEAR
BOOKINGS AND PAYMENTS
*Hicaps on premises, Physiotherapy services claimable under private health.