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Physiotherapy is a registered health profession that involves the diagnosis and treatment of health problems that cause pain, changes in movement and/or function and affect the activities of daily living or quality of life.

Physiotherapists treat a wide variety of conditions including musculoskeletal, neurological, cardiothoracic, orthopaedic, Geriatric, Pelvic Health Physiotherapy, Vestibular Rehab -Dizziness/ Balance. Physiotherapists work in accordance with evidence based practice and are constantly refining assessment and treatment techniques to achieve the best outcomes for their patients. Individual treatment is based on the results of an interview and examination of each patient and tailored to the particular needs of the client and their condition.


A physiotherapy consultation involves the physiotherapist taking a thorough history of your problem which incorporates gathering information regarding the onset and progression of your problem, combined medical history, any past injury history and your goals. A physical examination will be then undertaken after which time the physiotherapist will provide you with a diagnosis of your condition. They will collaborate with you in determining timeframes to achieve your goals. Physiotherapy treatment may involve

Hands on treatment including joint mobilisation and soft tissue release Instruction in therapeutic exercise
Identifying and modifying any predisposing lifestyle, work or training factors Biomechanical correction Taping Electrotherapy such as therapeutic ultrasound, IFC, TENS, LASER. Home exercises will be prescribed where necessary and regular reviews will be offered as required.