Our Physiotherapists use an evidence-based combination of hands-on therapy, exercise and education guided by a comprehensive assessment. We aim to help you regain control over your pain and prevent re-injury.
Hands on Physiotherapy
Manual therapy is well supported in the research to provide faster recovery times in clients with acute injuries. While prevention is better than a short-term cure, we always aim to send you out feeling better than you came in. Our Physios can choose from manual therapy techniques including; deep soft tissue release, trigger point release, joint and nerve mobilisation, stretching, traction, relaxation techniques and joint manipulation. We are guided by our comprehensive assessment and incorporate these techniques in a wider preventative approach with exercise therapy and self-management techniques. We aim to give you the skills and strategies to be as independent as possible.
Clinical Pilates is provided by Physiotherapists and has a strong evidence base supporting its use in the rehabilitation and prevention of many different injuries including back and neck pain. Our Physios perform an initial assessment to understand your injury, the contributing factors and your specific goals. We then design a tailored program for you and progress it as appropriate. The hour long classes have a maximum of 5-6 participants which allows us to carefully supervise your technique, progress the exercises and maximise their effectiveness.
- Low back pain and spasm
- Sciatic pain
- Shoulder pain, bursitis and tendinopathy
- Tennis elbow and golfer’s elbow
- Hip pain, bursitis and tendinopathy
- Achilles tendinopathy
- Plantar fasciitis
- Headaches and neck pain
- Temporomandibular joint or jaw pain
Our Physiotherapists incorporate Dry Needling into a broader management plan. There are always other alternatives to Dry Needling and our Physiotherapists discuss it all with you before asking for your consent.
- Myofascial release
- Deep tissue/sports massage and
- Trigger point release
Massages with our Therapist are available with Return to Work plans and claimable with your health fund. Many health funds have a separate allowance for remedial massage.
Gift vouchers and specials
We have gift vouchers available for 30 minute or full hour massages. In addition to this we regularly offer massage specials, ‘buy one massage and get 50% off the second’. Keep an eye on our Facebook page and newsletters for updates on specials.
Physiotherapists are trained to find specific anatomical structures and consider contributing factors to your pain presentation. If you feel you need someone to massage specifically for your injury our Physiotherapists are available for 30 and 60 minute massages throughout the week.
Return to Work SA
Our therapists have expertise in worksite assessments, manual handling training, and activity modification. We also maintain communication with all key parties to ensure optimum management with a multi-disciplinary team approach and to establish an appropriate and likely sustainable, graded return to work plan.
For more information on workplace injuries, or if you have been injured at work, please visit https://www.rtwsa.com/
Our Physiotherapists are experienced in aged care and falls prevention. We provide the following services:
- Assessment of physical function, strength and balance
- Falls prevention classes
- communication with key parties including family members and health professionals.
- The option of a home assessment to provide advice on how to reduce the number of tripping hazards etc.
The falls prevention classes are designed to improve balance, strength and confidence. The classes have small numbers or are one-to-one to ensure each individual remains safe and receives the necessary attention.
We appreciate that some people have difficulty getting out of the house at times to visit the clinic for consults. For this reason we offer home visit options that allow us to bring our quality services to your doorstep. Speak to our staff for more information.