Physiotherapist Edgeworth

 

PHYSIOTHERAPY, Massage & WOMEN'S HEALTH SPECIALISTS

 
 
 
Welcome To Edgeworth Physiotherapy
 
 
 
 
Edgeworth Physiotherapy has a great team of physiotherapists and massage therapists waiting to assist you with your recovery and pain management. Our approach to your treatment is hands-on, aimed at meeting the individual needs of our clients and delivering the highest possible standard of care.

We treat a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions, including neck and back pain, sports injuries, work related injuries, pre and post-operative rehabilitation and arthritic conditions. We also assess and treat Medicare patients, Insurance claims (CTP) and WorkCover injuries.

Our staff and therapists are uniquely qualified and experienced in a variety of Physiotherapy and Massage services to benefit you as an individual. We are consistently up-skilling and training in different courses to assist you in reaching the goal of optimal health and well-being. Find out more about our amazing team and their qualifications.

Contact us Today to book an appointment and receive individually tailored treatment in the hands of our qualified and experienced team.
 
 
 
 

Our Physio Services

 
 
  • Physiotherapy
  • Remedial Massage
  • Swedish Massage
  • Women's Health and Incontinence issues
  • Lymphatic Drainage
  • Pre and Post Pregnancy Massage
  • Exercise programs and correct technique
  • Dry needling techniques
  • Trigger Point massage
 
 
 
  • Postural alignment
  • Sports strapping
  • Kinesio taping
  • Falls prevention
  • CPD treatment
  • Medicare EPC
  • Workers Compensation
  • DVA appointments
  • NDIS registered
 
 
 
  • Third party insurance claims
  • Ultrasound
  • Interferential machines - (IF - tens)
  • Exercise classes
  • Gua Sha
  • Cupping
  • Core Strengthening
  • Group Classes
  • Shockwave
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
EXPERIENCED STAFF DOWN-TO-EARTH APPROACH
 
 

Benefits Of Seeing A Physio

 
 
 
Many people walk around in pain and discomfort without ever getting to the bottom of what’s causing their issues. Physiotherapy offers a wide range of health benefits, including reduction and elimination of pain, improved mobility and balance, recovery from injuries and strokes, management of heart and lung diseases, stretching of tight and tired muscles, and reduced need for further treatment in future.

At the heart of it, physiotherapy is about training and strengthening your body to handle stress brought on by day-to-day life.

Over time, active engagement with physiotherapy can:

 
 

  • Increase mobility
  • Decrease joint, back & knee pain
  • Relieve aches, sprains & injuries
  • Help with rehabilitation
  • Strengthen your core
  • Improve flexibility
  • Increase physical & emotional wellbeing
  • Help you relax and de-stress


 
 
 
Man getting foot and ankle assessed by physio
 
 
 
 
When you consult with our physios you will enjoy relief, comfort and hands-on solutions to your muscle, gate and posture problems. We offer active therapy that is not only tailored to your needs but designed to minimise the likelihood of future injuries. Remedial massage, dry needling, trigger point therapy, core strengthening—whatever you are visiting for, you can rely on our team to diagnose the source of your issue and provide a care program to help you achieve your wellness goals.


 
 
 
 
Say goodbye to Planter Fasciitis and other stubborn tendon issues with Shockwave treatment.
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What Is Shock Wave Therapy?

 
Shock wave therapy has been found to be an effective physiotherapy treatment option for patients suffering from chronic tendon problems. The treatment involves using small electromagnetic pulses to administer shock waves to specific areas of the body.

The electromagnetic pulses trigger what’s known as ‘microtrauma’ to the affected tissue and ligaments, stimulating the healing response and accelerating the repair process.

Research has found shock wave therapy is particularly effective at reducing pain for patients with tendinopathies [1] as well as recovering running athletes [2] and has been associated with an overall 88% success rate [3].
 
 

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