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Why Physiotheraphy?

There is a wealth of medical evidence to suggest that if you keep mentally and physically fit, through regular exercise then you increase your chances of living a healthier life.
Physiotherapists encourage people to regularly exercise and can tailor an exercise program to individuals needs, fitness levels and physical condition.

Physiotherapy is not just beneficial following injury but can assist in maintaining an active lifestyle through self management.  On-going maintenance treatments are not usually required.

 

Why visit a Physiotherapist?

Whether you are suffering from back or neck pain, have a sporting injury or troubled by pain from arthritis—Physiotherapy can help relieve your pain and get ‘ Help you move better ‘.
As a registered physiotherapist I am trained to assess the underlying cause for joint and muscle problems, and to quickly and effectively treat these in a drug-free manner.
Members of the APA are bound by a professional code of conduct and have access to continuing education programs ensuring you receive the most up to date treatment.

You can consult a physiotherapist directly or via a referral from your doctor.  Most private health insurance funds offer rebates for physiotherapy treatments, these rebates can be claimed on the spot via the convenience of our HICAPS terminal.

 

What a physiotherapist treats?

Physiotherapy is beneficial for a wide range of conditions and works by correcting faulty biomechanics, restoring normal function in your movement systems and improves your body’s healing processes.

By tailoring your treatment and rehabilitation to fit in with your lifestyle we successfully treat a wide range of conditions, including:

 
Bodies
  • Back and Neck Pain (Muscular tightness and Whiplash injuries)
  • Sports Injuries (Ligament sprains, Muscle tears and Joint problems)
  • All upper and lower limb Injuries
  • Repetitive Strain Injuries
  • Rehabilitation after Fractures (Broken Bones) and after Surgery
  • Spinal Conditions (Disc Problems, Sciatica, Trapped Nerves)
  • Arthritic Pain
  • Asthma responds well to physiotherapy

 


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