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Physiotherapy encompasses a variety of treatment and management strategies to reach short and long term health goals. We treat a range of musculoskeletal conditions, injuries and pain at all stages across the lifespan.
All of our physio's are fully accredited with AHPRA, the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency.
Common conditions we treat
sport and leisure injuries
workplace and ergonomics
post-surgical rehab (and prehab)
overuse injuries ("RSI")
tendon injuries (tendinopathy)
spinal pain (back + neck)
shoulder and arm pain
knee pain (OA, patellofemoral pain, jumpers knee)
hip and groin pain
foot and ankle injuries
Treatments and Strategies
hands on therapy
taping + bracing
exercise + movement therapy
personalised treatment plans
stretching and soft tissue release
1:1 uninterrupted appointments
self management strategies
Do I need a referral?
No. We accept all clients. If you have been referred by another health professional please bring any documentation and correspondents with you.
Can I get treatment through TAC or workcover?
Yes. If you have a claim number, please bring it to your first appointment. If possible, let us know at the time of making your appointment.
Can the physio refer for imaging such as x-rays and ultrasound?
The best place to start is getting a comprehensive assessment within your initial appointment. If the physio deems it appropriate they can refer for necessary imaging including x-rays, ultrasound and MRI.
Can I claim with private health insurance?
Yes! If you have physio extras cover we can swipe your card for on the spot claiming! If you don't have your card that fine too - we will take payment in full and give you an invoice that can be easily claimed through your health insurance provider.
Do you accept EPC/(now GPMP) care plans?
Yes. You need a referral from your GP for physiotherapy under any care plan. Please bring the documentation with you so that we can make the claim on the spot!
What should I wear?
If possible, wearing comfortable and loose clothing is best, bearing in mind that we may need to look at the body part being assessed, or that we may perform exercise therapy.
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