Empowering you towards recovery and a healthier life
Are you suffering from back pain, neck pain, knee pain or chronic pain in other areas of your body?
Or perhaps you were injured in an accident, a fall or sports injury?
No matter the range of issues you may be experiencing, our qualified team of Brisbane physiotherapists are able to provide you with a range of treatment options with holistic advice and a hands on approach. We use best practice physiotherapy methods and exercises to help you towards pain relief, injury recovery, or improved lifestyle outcomes.
Physio - Improving Physical Well-being
Our expert physiotherapy team can retrain your body to regain physical ability and independence. We also have specific skills in assessing the root cause of the pain, managing the pain and developing a treatment plan tailored to your circumstances.
Some of the modalities we use include:
- motor relearning
- therapeutic exercises
- functional electrical stimulation
- splinting and casting
- postural and positioning advice
- aquatic physiotherapy (hydrotherapy)
- prescription of aids
- orthosis and equipment
- injury rehabilitation
- sports physio
- electrotherapy, and more.
We service patients across the greater Brisbane and Logan regions with a goal to improve their quality of life. Less than 15 minutes from Brisbane city and Hyperdome Logan.
For complete care, feel free to visit our physiotherapy clinic or contact us to book an appointment time or ask any further questions.
Your first physiotherapy appointment will be an initial physical assessment with one of our physiotherapist, with the goal of developing a tailored treatment plan and explain to you the range of techniques we may use to direct you towards the best possible outcome.
Bulk Billing/Private Sessions:
Book an appointment with our friendly physiotherapy team for your initial assessment and recommend appropriate physio treatment services:
How Can Physiotherapy Benefit You?
An experienced physiotherapist can treat you if you have a problem with pain or movement. Physiotherapy services could help you become more mobile and make you more comfortable.
Depending on the reason for treatment, the benefits of physical therapy include:
- Pain relief and management with reduced need for opioids
- Avoiding surgery
- Improved mobility and movement
- Recovery from injury or trauma
- Recovery from stroke or paralysis
- Fall prevention
- Improved balance
- Management of age-related medical problems
- Manage diabetes and vascular conditions
Physiotherapy allows you to be active in your treatment through the use of simple but focused exercises and actions (ie. rehabilitation plan) as prescribed by your physiotherapist.
As you progress, you should find yourself more able to lead an active life for the long term.
We also provide exercise physiology to further enhance your recovery. Click here to find out more information.
Types of Physiotherapy:
A physiotherapists can specialise across one or many different areas to help treat various injuries or issues.
- Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy
- Geriatric Physiotherapy
- Children’s Physiotherapy
- Sports Physiotherapy
- Rehabilitation and Pain Management
- Pregnancy Physiotherapy
- Cardiorespiratory Physiotherapy
- Neurological Physiotherapy
"There is no shortcut. It takes time to build a stronger better version of yourself."
What Does A Physiotherapist Do?
A physiotherapist can diagnose and manage a broad range of conditions with the bones, muscles, cardiovascular system, nerves and other parts and systems of the body.
Physiotherapists are qualified health professionals who can help people to manage chronic diseases, give lifestyle advice, create an exercise prescription and recommend aids to help people manage better, and give advice.
When you go to see a physiotherapist, they might:
- do an initial movement and body assessment
- massage areas of your body;
- manipulate your joints;
- stretch your muscles;
- give you exercises to do.
A physiotherapist will assess your condition and help you with physical problems. These might have come about because of an accident or injury, or you might have had them most of your life.
When Should I See A Physiotherapist?
There are a wide range of reasons that may lead you to be referred to or choosing to see a physiotherapist. This includes everything from sports injuries to chronic health conditions. Some typical reasons to see a physiotherapist include:
- Stroke and other neurological illnesses such as Parkinson’s disease or multiple sclerosis
- Cancer, palliative care and lymphedema
- Musculoskeletal conditions and sports injuries
- Occupational health
- Pain management (eg. neck and back pain)
- Sports injuries and prevention
Need to see a physio?
Call to book a physiotherapy appointment today with one of our friendly, qualified physiotherapists who will provide you with a personalised treatment plan.
APA Titled Neurological Physiotherapist
(BPhty, MSc (Rehab))
With extensive experience in her profession, Jo has several skills available to her patients. These skills include vestibular therapy, gait retraining using functional electric stimulation, balance retraining, running training for the neurological population.
Today, she is the principal of My Rehab Team. She is also a clinical tutor and delivers lectures at UQ. Additionally, she is the secretary for Queensland Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Network (QPRN).
Jacob’s skills and interests include dry needling, musculoskeletal intervention and spinal conditions.
He can provide a wide variety of professional physiotherapy treatments to assist with pain relief, pain management, improve mobility that contribute towards your road to recovery.
Master of Physiotherapy Studies
David has skills in dry needling, musculoskeletal intervention, neurological and vestibular physiotherapy.
David is particularly interested in integration between neurological and musculoskeletal physiotherapy using the mean of Japanese traditional drumming (Taiko) and Taiwanese Tai-Chi.
David uses the following treatment modalities but is not limited to therapeutic exercise, functional electrical stimulation, ergonomic work environment advice, prescription of aids, orthosis and equipment suggestions.
Physiotherapist - Continence and Pelvic Health
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, MClinRehab
Claire Connolly, trained as a physiotherapist in London which is where she grew up and worked for the NHS for a year before leaving to travel around Australia. During her travels, she enjoyed the Australian lifestyle and opportunities available for physios here that she decided to stay and become an Australian resident.
Since 2006, Claire has worked in the community with older clients and also younger disabled adults. She particularly enjoys working with clients who have neurological conditions and helping them reach their goals.
She has completed a Masters in Clinical Rehabilitation from Flinders University which has helped enhanced her understanding and application of rehabilitation practices.
Claire’s other passion is helping clients to improve incontinence issues as often these issues can be effectively managed which improves people’s quality of life.