Physiotherapy is a form of treatment that uses physical means to relieve pain, regain range of movement, restore muscle strength, and return people to normal function.
From the acute to chronic, the very young to the elderly, our patients are our top priority.
Physiotherapists can treat musculoskeletal, orthopaedic, neurological, and cardiopulmonary problems. We use techniques that include joint mobilisation, manipulation, massage, exercise prescription, education, electrical modalities, taping and other therapeutic techniques.
We combine our university-based training, clinical knowledge, and reasoning gained from many years of practice with up-to-date, quality scientific research to achieve the best outcomes for you.
What is involved in a physiotherapy session?
Your physiotherapist will discuss the nature of your problem with you, asking questions to ensure they understand the full scope of the injury and the effect that it’s having on your lifestyle or sport.
The assessment findings will be discussed and together a plan of treatment and progression will be agreed on. Any timetables, goals, and expectations will, of course, be considered.
Initial and follow-up treatment will consist of primarily manual or hands-on therapy combined with exercise prescription, electrotherapy and other personalised techniques.
What should I wear to a physiotherapy session?
We suggest wearing a pair of shorts for back or lower limb injuries, and a singlet for neck, shoulder, or upper limb problems.
Why choose Hunters Hill Physiotherapy?
Friendly and compassionate environment
Flexible appointment times – before and after work
We aim to be on time, all the time
Long-term pain relief and best practice physiotherapy
Easy parking with no time restrictions