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Physiotherapy at Physiophix

What is physiotherapy? 

Physiotherapy treatment combines hands on therapy with exercises to give you long-term improvements in pain and function.

At Physiophix, our Physiotherapists are experts in treating back and neck pain, sports injuries, nerve pain, disc bulges, knee pain, ankle and foot pain and more. We provide post-operative rehabilitation for joint reconstructions, joint replacements, shoulder surgery and spinal surgery.

We use a number of different interventions including

  • Myofascial releases
  • Soft tissue releases and massage
  • Joint and muscle mobilisations
  • Trigger point therapy
  • Dry Needling
  • Kinesio Taping
  • Stretching and strengthening exercises
  • Ultrasound
  • Muscle stimulation and biofeedback
  • Pilates
  • Postural Education

A typical treatment at Physiophix will include a combination of interventions and teaching you some appropriate exercises to do at home. Physiotherapy treatment differs to Chiropractic and Osteopathic treatment in that it involves active participation to achieve long-term benefits.

Physiotherapy is concerned with the physical, psychological, emotional and social well being of the individual. As such the benefits of physiotherapy are many and varied. For the individual suffering from cardiopulmonary disorders (COPD) physiotherapy can help the person regain condition through supervised ambulation and manual therapy to assist in clearing lung secretions. In orthopedic cases, like hip or knee surgery, physiotherapy can train a person how to use an assistive device to ambulate safely until he/she can walk independently without a device. Strengthening exercises also form part of the treatment to help regain lost strength. Neurological disorders like stroke, spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury and others also respond well to physiotherapy

Call PhysioPhix on (02) 4396 1999 or 4394 0444 for more information, or to make an appointment.



In this section

Benefits of physiotherapy

Many benefits are available to the public through the widening scope of physiotherapy. The profession addresses orthopaedic, neurological and cardiopulmonary problems among infants, children, adults and geriatric populations. Read more →

Clinical research

Clinical research is vital in the field of physiotherapy. Physiotherapists regularly take broad new evidence based research to back up their treatments methods. Read more →

Is physiotherapy scientific?

As a science-based practice, physiotherapy uses facts, theories and hypotheses and tests them against available data. Read more →

Part of your health professionals team

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 →

Referrals not necessary

Physiotherapists are primary health practitioners so private patients do not need a doctor's referral before attending physiotherapy. Read more →

Physiotherapy is not just massage!

Pain, stiffness, trigger points, muscle tension and other conditions respond well to massage, but it is just one modality in a long list of treatments that physiotherapists carry out. Read more →

If it's not broken why fix it?

Physiotherapists not only help patients recover from injury or illness, we help prevent it too! We keep our elderly patients independent and safe and we help sports people avoid injury. Read more →

Physiotherapy: Real and effective treatment

The "placebo effect" is used to describe a treatment that doesn't help you in real terms. Physiotherapy relies on quantifiable results that can be measured to prove their effectiveness. Read more →

What is wrong with self-healing?

The human body has an amazing capacity for healing itself. In physiotherapy we assist the body to heal itself without the use of drugs to achieve optimum results. Read more →

Is physiotherapy painful?

Some people are under the misconception that physiotherapy is painful, and for this reason they may shy away from receiving treatment. Read more →


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