Our team use their clinical expertise with evidence-based treatment methods to provide the best physiotherapy treatment for our clients.

We are passionate about helping you to return to pain-free, normal functioning and to get you back to doing what is most important to you – sport, work, everyday living.

What our physiotherapists will do:

  • assess you and your symptoms.
  • explain your diagnosis and the expected time for your recovery.
  • listen to you and agree on the best methods of physiotherapy treatment for your condition.
  • treat you with dignity to provide relief from your pain.
  • listen to you and work with you to best manage your rehabilitation, prevent further pain and reduce the risk of recurrent injury.

Early diagnosis and management of your pain are essential to ensure your recovery time is minimised and you can get back to doing the things that are important to you. Pain relief is an important part of your initial treatment.

Physiotherapy can assist in correcting other factors that may contribute to your condition to ensure your long-term recovery.

Injury prevention is an important part of your treatment plan to help prevent recurrent or persisting problems.

Physiotherapy is a clinical health science provided by a qualified physiotherapist who has studied at university for at least 4 years. Many physiotherapists also have a post-graduate degree. They accurately diagnose, rehabilitate and improve movement disorders by using current evidence-based methods such as manual therapy, exercise prscription, electrotherapy, motivation and education.

Physiotherapy is beneficial for:

  • Treatment of acute pain
  • Treatment of chronic pain
  • Post-surgical rehabilitation
  • Work-related injuries
  • Sports injuries
  • Motor vehicle accident injuries

Common conditions treated at Hurstville Physio Plus include:

  • Back Pain
  • Neck Pain
  • Headaches & Migraine
  • Knee Pain
  • Shoulder Pain
  • Muscle Strains, Sprains and Tears
  • Ligament and Tendon Injuries
  • Sports Injuries
  • Work Injuries
  • Adolescent growth problems
  • Postural pain
  • Pre-surgery preparation (hip, knee, ankle, back and shoulder)
  • Post-surgery rehabilitation eg. ACL knee  reconstruction, arthroscopy, hip replacement, rotator cuff repair

Is a referral needed for physiotherapy?

You do not need a referral to be treated by a physiotherapist, however, if you are claiming entitlements for a Work Cover injury, Third Party injury, Veteran’s Affair’s or Medicare treatment, a doctor or specialist referral is required.

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