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Physiotherapy aims to treat muscular, joint and nerve disorders to ensure your musculoskeletal health is at an optimal level. Striving to restore function and mobility, physiotherapists provide long term solutions to acute and chronic conditions through proven assessment, treatment, and management techniques. Physiotherapists possess extensive knowledge of musculoskeletal conditions and relevant therapies which enables them to formulate a treatment plan tailored to your particular needs.


Physiotherapists are specialised in the musculoskeletal system, and are often recommended by GP’s due to their expertise in reducing damage, stiffness and pain caused by various conditions. An initial consultation involves a thorough assessment and informed diagnosis which considers relevant symptoms and your medical history. Your treatment options are diverse and will be discussed with you before treatment commences. Physiotherapists can develop treatment and management plans that suit your needs and will most effectively address the specific diagnosis.


Physiotherapists use a range of techniques which include but are not limited to, joint mobilisation, manipulation, muscular and myofascial release, trigger point release, manual therapy, dry needling, exercise therapy and recommended active treatments such as rebalancing exercises, clinical Pilates, orthotics, taping, hydrotherapy and electrotherapy (for example ultrasound).


Physiotherapy is trusted by sports professionals, families and everyday Australians for the effective treatment of a range of conditions which cause pain and reduced mobility. The conditions include but are not limited to neck, back and shoulder pain, pinched nerves, sciatica, sports injuries, overuse injuries, arthritic joints, muscular tears and occupational injuries.




We are able to assess, diagnose and treat a wide variety of musclo-skeletal and orthopaedic conditions such as:

  • Neck Pain
  • Back Pain
  • Joint Pain
  • Sciatica
  • Whiplash
  • Shoulder Pain
  • TMJ or Jaw Pain
  • Strains and Sprains
  • Sporting Injuries
  • Arthritic Conditions
  • Headaches
  • Work Related Injuries.


Not only will physiotherapy treat your symptoms for a specific injury, your physiotherapist will provide you with long term health maintenance, and healthcare advice which aims to optimise your quality of life.


Physiotherapists are trusted health professionals who can assist people of any age with a range of physical ailments to restore their physical health and optimise their quality of life.