Central Coast Physiotherapy & Exercise Physiology
Welcome to PhysioPhix
Physiophix physiotherapy clinics offer a wide range of treatment and rehabilitation options. We offer hands-on, indivdualised treatment of back and neck pain, sporting injuries, Workers' Compensation injuries and post-operative rehabilitation.
Physiophix is NDIS registered for both Physiotherapy, Exercise Physiology and Therapy Assistant work. NDIS clients have the benefit of a multi-disciplinary approach to care with access to our gym facilities at Toukley.
So why Physiophix?
- Physiotherapists are professional, highly experienced and well-trained.
- We use the latest treatment techniques based on recent research findings to ensure you get the best outcome.
- Treatment is individualised. We treat you alone and not multiple patients at once.
- Physiophix can provide home visits and treatment at your local hydrotherapy pool or gym for NDIS clients.
We are located inside Toukley Medical Complex.
The physiotherapy team at PhysioPhix have vast experience in treating injuries occurring in a multitude of sports, while some areas of particular interest include soccer , rugby league/union, athletics, gymnastics, swimming, dance and cycling.
We are the physiotherapists for Central Coast Rugby Union and sponsors of Wyong Little Athletics.
Toukley has a fully equipped gymnasium for rehabilitation purposes, which has proved to be very popular with our clients. Membership can be claimed through your private health fund.
To arrange an appointment please phone our friendly reception staff on 4396 1999 for Toukley.
In cases where functional movement is compromised, doctors often refer their patients to physiotherapists. He/she will write an order authorising the form of treatment he desires. Read more →
Neck pain and headaches are more than just irritating. They can be very painful. Physiotherapy is extremely effective in treating headaches which are often linked to dysfunction of the cervical spine. Read more →
Sports hernia, also known as an inguinal hernia or Gilmore's groin, is named after Jerry Gilmore who first recognised the condition in 1980 and developed a surgical repair technique for it. Read more →
The most common rowing injuries have been found to be those resulting from overuse arising from the repetitive nature of the sport. Read more →
Massage therapy, which physiotherapists commonly refer to as soft tissue therapy, is a popular treatment choice in many clinical settings. Read more →
When the rotator cuff muscles become injured, certain everyday functions such as raising your arm above your head become difficult or impossible. Read more →
While a certain level of life stress is normal, even beneficial as a reaction to positive events, too much negative stress can trigger serious health issues. Read more →
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