Your local physiotherapy clinic in Aspley, Brisbane
Established as a physiotherapy clinic in Brisbane in 1982, the practice offers a friendly, spacious and professional environment, enabling patients of all ages to feel comfortable and relaxed. This allows treatment and exercise to take place under the care of experienced and professional physiotherapists and ancillary staff. It’s just part of why we are a destination physiotherapy clinic for North Brisbane.
Call our friendly staff on 3263 5786 and you will be given an appointment immediately. Our receptionists Jo, Karen, Dan and Sam will be happy to answer any queries you may have.
Services & programs
Our experienced physiotherapists treat all musculoskeletal conditions with a high level of care and a focus on best evidence based practice. We are committed to helping you overcome your pain and get back your quality of life.
These represent a large number of presentations to the clinic and patients are treated effectively in order to continue or return to their chosen sporting activity, as well as educated in how to prevent injuries in the future .
Clinical Exercise Therapy
Clinical Exercise Therapy classes are conducted by Caitlin, Tertia, Carina, Elliot, Cameron and Bridget. These classes focus on building core strength, improving posture, increasing overall body strength and flexibility, and rehabilitation from injuries. They contain exercises drawn from Pilates, functional strength and conditioning, yoga and physiotherapy rehabilitation principles. Exercises are modified to meet each individuals needs. We also offer Men's classes. Please ring reception for bookings.
Exercise for osteopenia/osteoporosis
Our physiotherapist Lynne conducts this, either individually or in a small group class. It focuses on exercise in standing, ie.weight-bearing positions, and avoids the compression forces on the vertebrae involved in forward flexion-rotation used in traditional Pilates/yoga exercises.
Hydrotherapy is available for all clinic patients, using a local heated hydrotherapy pool. It is a fantastic tool for rehabilition, pain relief, general strengthening, and overall wellbeing. Enquiries are welcome (3263-5786)
Neuromuscular dry needling is an effective treatment modality using acupuncture needles to treat pain, myofascial tension, and movement impairment. Currently all of our physiotherapists are trained in dry needling and may utilise it as part of their overall treatment plan.
Core + pelvic floor
An individual one on one program, with Lynne Harvison Morris. This program is a specifically tailored educational and exercise regime for prostate cancer patients both pre and post operative. The outcome is zero incontinence.
Women's health is an area of special expertise, and appointments can be made with Tertia Ferreira.
Spinal Care @ Aspley
This is a combined educational and exercise based program, designed to treat and prevent spinal injuries. It has been developed by Judy Dunning, our musculoskeletal specialist physiotherapist.
Bounce Back Core Stability & Active Rehabilitation Program
www.bbclasses.com.au is a program of spinal stability, which focuses on improving spinal strength, balance and co-ordination with the aim of restoring clients to their pre-injury status, to re-enter the workforce and/or continue an active sporting life. The program is offered on a one on one basis, in order to improve individual outcomes.
Our Physiotherapists cover all musculo-skeletal conditions and their special interests range through Sports Physiotherapy, Female Health, Ergonomics, Dry Needling, Spinal Care, Gym programs and Clinical Exercise Therapy.
We are a family friendly clinic. Everyone is welcome.
Physiotherapists who specialise in the treatment of children with motor dysfunction are known as paediatric physiotherapists. Read more →
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Interferential therapy is a type of TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) which has two alternating currents that are applied to the skin. Read more →
A Continuous Passive Motion device is one that is used to maintain passive range of motion following a knee replacement, ACL reconstruction or surgery of the finger joints, shoulder, wrist and hand. Read more →
The human body is made up of 70% water, and can lose up to 3 litres daily, therefore it stands to reason that we need to maintain our water level in order to be healthy. Read more →
Stretching is a proven way to improve flexibility or range-of-motion; the amount of movement available in a joint. Read more →
You now decide to take the plunge and see a physiotherapist, but where do you start? How do you choose a therapist that will put you back on the road to optimum health? Read more →
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