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Our Physiotherapy FAQ

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What is physiotherapy? treat & prevent injury maximise physical health enhance sports performance

Our physiotherapy FAQ covers the misconceptions around “physio”- even if you’ve had physiotherapy in the past, you may not be fully aware of all the benefits that we can offer you, with our holistic physiotherapy solutions.

Ultimately, physiotherapy is physical therapy that helps people to live full lives without pain or limitations.

The human body is a remarkable machine but like any machine, it can get damaged or suffer from wear and tear. That’s where we can help.

Physiotherapy can give you back full use and control of parts of your body that have experienced injury or disease, and prevent or correct long-term difficulties.

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Neck and Back Injuries/Pain        Post-Surgical Rehab         Muscle Strains & Ligament Sprains        Sports & Gym Injuries        Headache        Sinusitis        Work-related Pain & Injuries         Lower Back Pain        Arthritis        
Neck and Back Injuries/Pain        Post-Surgical Rehab         Muscle Strains & Ligament Sprains        Sports & Gym Injuries        Headache        Sinusitis        Work-related Pain & Injuries         Lower Back Pain        Arthritis        

Who is physiotherapy for?

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Physiotherapy FAQ
Students & learners

Carrying heavy schoolbags, or experiencing growing pains during growth spurts? Physio can help!

Physiotherapy FAQ
Desk workers

Posture issues, headaches, neck or back pain or pain and numbness in your fingers from typing? Physio can help!

Physiotherapy FAQ
Cyclists

Your riding position could be causing you thoracic pain and backache, and this may be linked to your bike set-up. Physio can help!

Physiotherapy FAQ
Runners

ITB, sore heels and feet, knee pain and biomechanical issues – runners can experience a range of acute and chronic issues. Physio can help!

Physiotherapy FAQ
Physical workers

Issues relating to discs, manual labour and heavy lifting or repetitive tasks? Physio can help!

Physiotherapy FAQ
Dancers

Ankle stability, stress fractures, scoliosis and flexibility challenges – physio can help!

Physiotherapy FAQ
Golfers

Swing problems, shoulder pain and of course SIJ dysfunction… physio can help with your handicap!

Students and learners

Carrying heavy schoolbags, or experiencing growing pains during growth spurts? Physio can help!

Desk workers

Posture issues, headaches, neck or back pain or pain and numbness in your fingers from typing? Physio can help!

Cyclists

Your riding position could be causing you thoracic pain and backache, and this may be linked to your bike set-up. Physio can help!

Runners

ITB, sore heels and feet, knee pain and biomechanical issues – runners can experience a range of acute and chronic issues. Physio can help!

Physical workers

Issues relating to discs, manual labour and heavy lifting or repetitive tasks? Physio can help!

Dancers

Ankle stability, stress fractures, scoliosis and flexibility challenges – physio can help!

Golfers

Swing problems, shoulder pain and of course SIJ dysfunction… physio can help with your handicap!

Physiotherapy myth-busting

Yes, we help sportspeople of all levels of ability – but physiotherapists treat every kind of physical challenge, whether it’s caused by running or sitting at a desk, cycling or undergoing a Caesarean section.

Yes – but only if they have a passion for helping people, and they’re prepared to study for years. The human body is immensely complex, which is why physiotherapists need to be highly qualified. It takes a great deal of experience to be able to assess and treat the very wide range of physical issues we encounter.

It’s true, we treat a lot of spinal issues – but the spine is just one part of the body. Necks, legs and arms, ankles and wrists, fingers and toes – we also help with those!

We can also help with physical problems caused by disease, work and aging.

Not at all – our patients range from Olympic athletes to people with desk jobs who don’t get the time to exercise. Physio is for everyone!

  • Neck and Back
  • Injuries/Pain
  • Post-Surgical Rehab
  • Muscle Strains & Ligament Sprains
  • Sports & Gym Injuries
  • Headaches
  • Sinusitis
  • Work-related Pain & Injuries
  • Lower Back Pain
  • Arthritis

 

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COVID-19 Protocols

Your safety is of the utmost importance to us, and we are following all COVID-19 protocols including wearing masks, sanitising our treatment rooms before and after each appointment and spacing out appointments to minimise the number of people who are here at any one time.

Please arrive on time for your appointment, and let us know in advance if you may have been exposed to COVID-19, have symptoms or have tested positive, so that we can reschedule your appointment for after your self-isolation period. Stay safe!