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Our Physiotherapists at Queensland Physio Group have an extensive array of expertise and education.

A Physiotherapist can assess, diagnose, treat, and work to prevent disease and dysfunctions of the Musculoskeletal System. Physio treatment can reduce pain and stiffness; improve joint and muscle movement; provide injury prevention and speed up recovery from injury. A large part of a Physiotherapists job is to help you understand what is happening and educate you as to what you can do to help improve your physical health and work with you on physical and health goals.

Physiotherapists often maintain a holistic approach to healthcare by working in conjunction with other professionals such as general practitioners and other allied health therapists; however, you do not require a referral to see a Physio.

What to expect

Every session is tailor made to your specific condition and presentation, and your treatment plan is developed taking into consideration your lifestyle, activities, abilities, and general health.

Some of the common treatment methods used by our Sports Physio team may include:

  • exercise programs to improve mobility, balance and strength

  • joint manipulation and mobilisation to reduce pain and stiffness

  • muscle re-education to improve control

  • airway clearance techniques and breathing exercises for cardiorespiratory issues

  • soft tissue mobilisation (massage)

  • acupuncture and dry needling

  • hydrotherapy

  • taping

  • injury prevention education

  • assistance with use of aids, splints, crutches, walking sticks and wheelchairs to assist mobility

Physiotherapist and client session

Why visit a Physio?

Some of the most common reasons that people visit a physio may include:

Back, Shoulder and Neck treatment

Pain (Back, Shoulder,
Neck, hip etc)

Muscle sprains and strains treatment

Muscle Sprains, Strains and Tears

Arthritis or Bursitis treatment

Arthritis or Bursitis

Range in motion treatment

Reduced range in motion

Sport and workplace injuries and rehabilitation

Sport and Workplace Injuries and Rehabilitation

Post surgery rehabilitation

Rehabilitation following surgery

Pre and post natal care

Pre and Post Natal Care

Maintain healthy movement

Maintaining healthy movement into senior years

  • How long is my Physiotherapy appointment?
    Allow at least one hour for your initial physiotherapy session. Subsequent treatments are usually 30 to 60 minutes in duration. Your physiotherapist will inform you if additional or less time is required. Complex or multiple regions may require a more extended consultation. Our receptionist will happily book an appropriate appointment for your clinical needs.
  • Do I need a referral to consult a Physiotherapist?
    A doctor's referral is not required to see a physiotherapist in private practice unless you claim a work injury (e.g. Workcover) or other insurance claims. Department of Veterans Affairs patients will require a doctor referral. If you have been involved in a motor vehicle accident or plan for your treatment to be funded by an insurance company, it is good practice to consult your GP for a referral.
  • What about Private Health Insurance?
    A proportion of treatment costs is rebatable under all higher table private health insurance schemes. The private health insurance rebates do vary considerably depending upon your specific coverage.
  • What is HICAPS?
    Queensland Physio Group Victoria Point links to the HICAPS electronic health fund system, so you can instantly claim your rebate at the time of treatment. You'll need to present your health insurance card to our receptionist.

Book a consultation today!

Get in touch with one of our Queensland Physio Group clinics for a treatment session with our knowledgeable physiotherapists.

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