PhysioWorks Clinic FAQs


What is Physiotherapy Treatment?

Physiotherapists help people affected by illness, injury or disability through exercise, manual joint therapy, soft tissue techniques education and advice.  Physiotherapists maintain physical health, help patients to manage pain and prevent disease for people of all ages. Physiotherapists help to encourage pain-relief, injury recovery, enabling people to stay playing a sport, working or performing activities of daily living while assisting them to remain functionally independent.

There is a multitude of different physiotherapy treatment approaches.

Acute & Sub-Acute Injury Management

Hands-On Physiotherapy Techniques

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Your physiotherapist's training includes hands-on physiotherapy techniques such as:

Your physiotherapist has skilled training. Physiotherapy techniques have expanded over the past few decades. They have researched, upskilled and educated themselves in a spectrum of allied health skills. These skills include techniques shared with other healthcare practitioners. Professions include exercise physiologists, remedial massage therapists, osteopaths, acupuncturists, kinesiologists, chiropractors and occupational therapists, just to name a few.

Physiotherapy Taping

Your physiotherapist is a highly skilled professional who utilises strapping and taping techniques to prevent and assist injuries or pain relief and function.

Alternatively, your physiotherapist may recommend a supportive brace.

Acupuncture and Dry Needling

Many physiotherapists have acquired additional training in the field of acupuncture and dry needling to assist pain relief and muscle function.

Physiotherapy Exercises

Physiotherapists have been trained in the use of exercise therapy to strengthen your muscles and improve your function. Physiotherapy exercises use evidence-based protocols where possible as an effective way that you can solve or prevent pain and injury. Your physiotherapist is highly-skilled in the prescription of the "best exercises" for you and the most appropriate "exercise dose" for you depending on your rehabilitation status. Your physiotherapist will incorporate essential components of pilates, yoga and exercise physiology to provide you with the best result. They may even use Real-Time Ultrasound Physiotherapy so that you can watch your muscles contract on a screen as you correctly retrain them.

Biomechanical Analysis

Biomechanical assessment, observation and diagnostic skills are paramount to the best treatment. Your physiotherapist is a highly skilled health professional. They possess superb diagnostic skills to detect and ultimately avoid musculoskeletal and sports injuries. Poor technique or posture is one of the most common sources of a repeat injury.

Hydrotherapy

Aquatic water exercises are an effective method to provide low bodyweight exercises.

Sports Physiotherapy

Sports physio requires an extra level of knowledge and physiotherapy skill to assist injury recovery, prevent injury and improve performance. For the best advice, consult a Sports Physiotherapist.

Vestibular Physiotherapy

Women's Health

Women's Health Physiotherapy is a particular interest group of therapies.

Workplace Physiotherapy

Not only can your physiotherapist assist you in sport, but they can also help you at work. Ergonomics looks at the best postures and workstation set up for your body at work or home. Whether it be lifting technique improvement, education programs or workstation setups, your physiotherapist can help you.

Electrotherapy

Plus Much More

Your physiotherapist is a highly skilled body mechanic. A physiotherapist has particular interests in certain injuries or specific conditions. For advice regarding your individual problem, please contact your PhysioWorks team.

Radiology Referrals

Your physiotherapists may refer you for X-rays, Ultrasound Scans or an MRI if your clinical assessment would benefit from additional diagnostic testing. Your physiotherapist is happy to discuss with you the pros and cons of specific tests.
Your physiotherapist may issue sick leave certificates for musculoskeletal injuries. If the reason for you requiring an absence from work is beyond their scope of practice, they recommend that you consult your doctor.
If you've had a problem that other practitioners just can't get better, we welcome your challenge. We pride ourselves on resolving your spine, muscle and joint problems. Even the ones that others can't!Each physiotherapist possesses a wide range of experience and special interests. You'll have the choice of several physiotherapists. Please click on the practitioner's profile photo for more information about each of our practitioners.

Massage - Styles

The professional healthcare team at PhysioWorks include several skilled Remedial Massage Therapists to attend to your optimal muscle care. You'll find that your Remedial Massage Therapist will provide you with excellence in sports and muscle injury care. Private health insurance covers remedial massage therapists.

The massage practitioners who attend PhysioWorks operate independently owned and operated businesses. PhysioWorks does not own or run these contracting businesses. PhysioWorks provides a safe environment with a consultation room and reception support. Discover each massage therapist's particular interests, simply click their photo or name. Your Remedial Massage Therapists at PhysioWorks include the following practitioners.

Remedial Massage Therapists

Massage Styles

Massage styles offered at PhysioWorks include:

Swedish Massage

A gentle and relaxing massage style that incorporates long, smooth strokes to relax and soften superficial muscle. An excellent massage option for those looking for a soft treatment to promote that relaxed and stress-free feeling.

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Deep Tissue Massage

A deeper massage is targeting the deeper layers of muscle and connective tissue. This massage style incorporates slow, deep strokes to break up stubborn knots and tight soft tissues. Deep tissue massage is excellent for those who suffer from chronic tightness, scar tissue formation, repetitive strain, or engage in regular physical activity.

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Sports Massage

Sports massage style specifically addresses the needs of those involved in physical activity. Sports massage focuses on preventing and treating injury while also enhancing athletic performance. Therapists will commonly use a mixture of Swedish and deep tissue massage techniques. The massage therapist will usually finish your sports massage with some gentle stretch therapy.

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Remedial Massage

Remedial massage is a modality that incorporates numerous techniques to locate and treat musculoskeletal imbalances and chronic/acute pain. Specific techniques used include Swedish and deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, myofascial release, muscle energy techniques and stretching. Remedial massage is useful for those suffering from a particular complaint, or those who just want to ensure their body is functioning at its optimum level.

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Pregnancy Massage

A massage using a selection of Swedish, deep and therapeutic massage techniques to reduce stress, decrease swelling, relieve aches and pains and reduce anxiety and depression. The most common position for a pregnancy massage is with you on your side or back.

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Massage Satisfaction Guarantee

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Guaranteed Massage Relief!

If you've never had the pleasure of a quality professional massage, PhysioWorks is providing you with an excellent opportunity to have a risk-free massage. It's our PhysioWorks Massage Guarantee."If you are not completely satisfied within the first 30 minutes of your massage, you're free to leave then and there and not pay a cent."It's as simple at that! Actions speak louder than words: Let our hands do the talking.We know that you'll be impressed or it's FREE!

Private Health Insurance Rebates Available

A fantastic PhysioWorks massage may be more affordable than you think. Your private health insurance usually pays for the majority of your massage, leaving you with only a few dollars to pay for the gap. For more details, please contact your nearest PhysioWorks Massage Clinic.
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