As specialists in complex neurological and musculoskeletal physiotherapy and rehabilitation, we take pride in our skills and experience. Our staff are fully prepared to help you recover and progress to your maximum potential and address and problems stemming from your disability or injury. Let us support you to get back to work, sport, hobbies, and make the most out of every day. Home sessions are available depending on location.
Spinal Life Australia and Sporting Wheelies members receive a 10% discount on all services.
Hands-on manual therapy techniques aim to mobilise, and maximise the restoration of, your soft tissue (muscles, nerves, ligaments, tendons, fascia etc), reduce pain, improve joint mobility and improve movement patterns. Common manual therapy techniques include: joint mobilisations, nerve glides, active assisted range of motion, proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation, and motor control strengthening.
Specialist physiotherapy treatment for people with disorders of movement, posture and function that arise from impairments of the body’s neuromuscular and nervous systems. These conditions often present with muscle weakness, increased tone or spasticity, reduced coordination, sensation loss, decreased balance and altered mobility and function. Goal-focused treatment includes exercise prescription and facilitation, tone management, activity modifications and re-education of key functions.
Recommendations and trials to determine the best equipment to enhance your function and provide a safer and more consistent way to move. This may include hand splints, keen splints, ankle support orthoses, shoe modifications, exercise equipment, standing aids, and walking aids. Can also include a review of your wheelchair and seating systems, and referral if needed.
Pain is a complex and often intricately disabling experience that requires an in-depth and thorough review to help determine the possible causes and solutions. Since pain is a highly individual experience, each recovery strategy and process will be unique to your needs.
Hydrotherapy enables you to perform activities that you may be unable to do on dry land. The water supports you, so that you can move without putting your full weight through your joints and provides buoyancy to assist you to move weaker areas more easily. Our physiotherapist can provide and assist you with a hydrotherapy program at a local accessible swimming pool. You may need to have a family member or carer present.
Exercises are the key component to rehabilitation. With the correct exercises prescribed and progressed for you it will work towards increasing strength, mobility and optimal function. The key here is to identify the right program to match your goals and needs.
Learning about your body and your injury is a key step in recovery and rehabilitation. You will be educated on your injury, what to do, what not to do and how to continue to progress at home and in your daily life.
Official document representing your current functional capacity and recommendations for any near-future care needs. These are often requested by insurance companies, NDIS, funding bodies, and sports associations.
Review of your home/community environment and how you functionally and physically interact within it. This assessment aims to improve your overall function at home, and may include providing carer education, home exercise program, functional training recommendations, or a referral to another health provider where needed.
We offer an initial consultation of 45 – 60 mins with follow-up standard consultations ranging from 30 – 90 mins.
Where to find us
109 Logan Rd, Woolloongabba
60 Edmondstone Road, Bowen Hills (within the Sporting Wheelies and Disabled Association)
Sign in at Gym reception.
On-site accessible parking is available at both locations.
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