What is Physiotherapy?
Physiotherapists focus on the management and prevention of pain, injury, disability and impairment.
Physiotherapists help clients improve their health and achieve their goals through evidence-based treatment and help clients enhance function by better pain management. They focus on assisting individuals in bettering themselves by teaching life long, healthy habits.
A physiotherapist can help people of all ages and abilities ranging from helping an elite athlete reach their sporting potential to helping the elderly improve function and walk safely.
Our Physiotherapists are constantly up to date with the latest techniques and always reevaluate practices concerning new information. They aim to promoting the appropriate application of new knowledge and innovations in multidisciplinary practice and decision-making processes.
A Physiotherapist can assist you
- To find the right type, amount, level of exercise and future progressions
- To keep on track and ensure that you stay on track to reach your goals
- To improve chronic disease outcomes, e.g. type II diabetes, cardiovascular disease
- By prescribing an evidence-based management plan that includes education and /or exercise prescription as required (in a home or community-based setting)
- By teaching you or your carer how to properly use therapeutic exercise techniques
At Your First Appointment
- You will be asked to fill out a pre-screening questionnaire before being seen.
- Wear comfortable clothing to your first session (e.g. track pants, tights or shorts) and walking/exercise shoes.
- We will do some basic lifestyle assessments and discuss your goals, barriers and develop a treatment plan together.
We do accept private clients.