What is Physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy uses advanced techniques and evidence based practice to assess, diagnose and treat a wide range of health conditions and movement disorders. Physiotherapists are highly trained professionals who work in partnership with their patients to help them improve and maintain their physical health. Physiotherapy techniques aim to assist in the repair of tissue damage and speed up recovery, as well as reducing pain and increasing mobility through exercise, manual therapy, advice and education.
At Forge, our Physiotherapists not only assess and treat your current condition, but they work to prevent any further injuries through adequate education and self-management.
We will work closely with your Allied Health team including your GP, specialists, trainers and coaches to provide you with the highest quality of treatment to aid your recovery as well as achieving your goals.
Our Physiotherapists are all trained and qualified Clinical Pilates instructors, which we tie into our treatment plan when appropriate. Clinical Pilates improves your body awareness, helps regain and develop your strength and educates you on how to perform safe and efficient movement.
Physiotherapy can help:
- 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
Physiotherapy Lead Exercise
Whether you are currently suffering from an injury, acute or chronic or just want to exercise in a safe and supportive environment, our Individualised Physiotherapy lead exercise programs are here for you. Your Physiotherapist will first conduct a thorough Functional Movement Assessment and then design a suitable program to address your specific goals using evidenced based exercise therapy.
Our Physiotherapy Exercise Classes can help you with both Pre and Post Rehabilitation of injuries, help you work on your strength and conditioning, mobility and flexibility as well as balance and proprioception.
1:1 Exercise Sessions
Small Group Training (4:1)
Small Group Training - Pregnancy And Post Natal
Real Time Ultrasound
Exercise for Scoliosis
Defence Veterans and Medicare
Workcover and Insurance Claims
New to Physiotherapy?
What to Expect
We recommend that you arrive at least 10 minutes before your appointment to fill out our initial client form. At forge, we use iPads for our client registration forms however if you prefer to use paper to fill out your details please let our Receptionist know. You can also speed up this process by downloading our Forge Pilates App of the App or Android store and fill out your details here. For your Physiotherapy consult, please bring any supporting documentation if you have any eg. Referral Letters from GP/Surgeons, X-ray or scan results etc.
What to Wear
Please wear soft and comfortable clothing that allow you to move freely and easily and that will make it easier for our Physiotherapist to assess the affected area. At Forge we have 3 Curtained Physiotherapy Rooms and One Private Consult Room. If you would like your Physiotherapy Session to be conducted in this private room, please let our Receptionist know before hand or your Physiotherapist on the day of appointment.
Bookings and Payments
Bookings can be made by our ‘Book Online’ tab on our website. You can also download our Forge Pilates App and book here. Please select the appointment you would prefer either Initial Physiotherapy 45 or 60 minute consult. If you prefer to speak to someone and discuss your options please call us on (07) 3844 0686 or visit our studio during reception hours.
*Hicaps on premises, Physiotherapy services claimable under private health.