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 and Northlakes locals as well.
Call our friendly staff on 3263 5786 and you will be given an appointment immediately. Our receptionists Jo, Karen Ali and Ellie will be happy to answer any queries you may have.
Services & programs
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 as a one on one basis, in order to improve individual outcomes.
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.
Sports injuries and Musculoskeletal Injuries
These represent a large number of presentations to the clinic and patients are both treated and educated in prevention of such injuries in order to return to their chosen sporting activity or simply return to pre-injury status.
Pilates Clinical (mat)
Clinical Pilates is now available and classes are conducted by Tertia, Carina, Caitlin and Lynnette. Please ring reception for bookings.
Pilates for osteopenia/osteoporosis
This is conducted by Lynne, either individually or in small groups of four to six. 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.
Women's health is an area of special expertise, and appointments can be made with Tertia Ferreira
Hydrotherapy is available for all clinic patients, using state of the art, on-site pools. Enquiries are welcome (3263-5786)
Core + pelvic floor
Individual one on one program, with the Principal of the practice, 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.
Our Physiotherapists: Lynne, Tertia, Carina, Judy, Caitlin, Brendan and Scott, cover all musculo-skeletal conditions and their special interests range through Sports Physiotherapy, Female Health, Ergonomics, Acupuncture, Spinal Care, Cross fit and Gym programs to Pilates and Spinal Education Classes.
We are a family friendly clinic. Everyone is welcome.
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 →
Physiotherapy is involved in all phases of rehabilitation, from the acute stage through to recovery. We treat patients who have suffered whiplash injuries and provide rehabilitation following fractures and major trauma. Read more →
Athletes who run and jump a lot may be susceptible to metatarsalgia, a type of foot injury that manifests itself in pain and inflammation in the ball of the foot. Read more →
Volleyball injuries fall into two categories: traumatic or overuse. Traumatic injuries may result from a sudden force or impact and overuse injuries result due to repetitive movements over a length of time. Read more →
Joint mobilisation is a “hands on” physiotherapy technique commonly used in a clinical setting to improve the range of movement of a joint in order to lessen stiffness and pain. 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 →
Knee pain is a common reason for seeking physiotherapy. Because of its location, function and anatomy, the knee is more susceptible to injury than any other joint. Read more →
You have made the big decision, paid your fees and joined a gym, and as such, there are some unspoken rules that you should follow in order that you may fully enjoy working out. Read more →
A fad is an idea, practice or habit that crops up suddenly and is gone in a short space of time. This is not only unrealistic, but unhealthy. Read more →
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