Physiotherapy Robertson

Looking for a physiotherapist near Robertson? Our physiotherapy clinic is conveniently located at 1197 Cavendish Rd, Mount Gravatt East right next to Robertson and nearby suburbs such as Upper Mount Gravatt, Mansfield and Carindale.

Meet our team of passionate, talented and highly experienced physiotherapists who can help you with…

  • smart prevention – increase strength, speed and vigour
  • sport injury
  • pain management
  • lack of mobility

A dedicated physiotherapy team with a holistic approach supporting you reach your goals.

 

A pinch of physiotherapy may be just what you need

Sore back? Injured ankle? Are you feeling the effects of your desk job? No matter what brought you here, it’s great to see that you are taking the first steps towards feeling your best. People of all ages, from all walks of life, seek physiotherapy to relieve their pain and improve their functioning. That’s exactly what A Pinch Of Prevention aims to do.

What is Physiotherapy and how does it work?

Physiotherapy is one way to improve your movement and feeling. However, it is more than just that.

Physiotherapy is not only a treatment for physical therapy, but also an art and discipline that has developed over many years. It was created out of the understanding that a personal injury does not necessarily have to be the end of a person’s journey in life. Whatever type of injury you have, there are physiotherapy options that will support you feel in your best shape again.

There’s a range of treatments available such as massage, dry needling, joint mobilisation, and more. We work with you to find the best possible form of treatment for you, so you’ll feel in control as you deserve to be. You are in control of your body. We support you to ensure you’re on the right track.

Your life can take on a new meaning by using physiotherapy. In time, this may enable you to truly live your life again in a manner that brings you joy. You can live your dreams if you are a passionate footy player, an aspiring dancer or just want to keep up with your grandkids.

Physiotherapy is a useful tool that can maximise your mobility and well-being, regardless of your age, condition or injury. Physiotherapy can be a powerful tool to get you back on the sports field, whether you are a student, an office worker, senior citizen or someone who is trying to achieve the highest level of success in your chosen profession.

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Our Physio Approach

A Pinch of Prevention is a place where physiotherapy can be used as an intervention to address many aspects of your life. This includes injury treatment and prevention, patient education and exercise prescription, occupational assessment, pelvic floor and continence care, fall risk assessment, mitigation and mitigation, as well as patient education and training.

The physiotherapists of A Pinch Of Prevention are highly driven individuals who are committed to assisting you become the best physical version of yourself, however that concept looks to you within the confines of what is possible. Our physiotherapists will first assess you and then give you a diagnosis. After that, they will create a treatment plan suitable for you following this four-step process: Release, Re-educate, Reinforce and Retain.

Release: The primary muscular component of the joint that is causing dysfunction.

Re-Educate: To improve the capacity of your musculature’s biomechanics, and decrease pain/episodes of painful debility,

Reinforce: and strengthen the appropriate muscles so as to decrease the likelihood of injury reoccurring.

Retain: How do you hold your body during movement to allow you to perform the functions you need in order to move forward in life.

A Pinch of Prevention offers physiotherapy treatment to areas including Camp Hill, Carindale, Coopers Plains, Greenslopes, Holland Park, Mansfield, Robertson, Rochedale, Sailsbury, Sunnybank, Tarragindi, Wishart and surrounding areas.

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The Benefits of Physiotherapy

A variety of health issues can be addressed by physiotherapy. They are available to people at all stages of life and activities. There are many forms of physiotherapy. Each one has its own goal depending on the individual needs and wants.

Reduce Pain

Physiotherapists are well-trained in many different forms of pain management, all of which aim to reduce feelings of pain.

Improve Movement

Stiffness, pain, and/or stiffness can cause a reduction in movement that may have a negative effect on your daily life. Physiotherapy aims to improve your range of motion by improving and maintaining joint integrity.

We aim to support your healing from the inside out, assisting you to reduce pain, improving mobility, and managing any conditions you may have.

Strengthen Muscles

Strengthening exercises play a major role in physiotherapy. We support you to grow your muscle by working it and encouraging improved strength.

Prevent Future Injury

We believe that prevention is not only our name but our calling! Prevention is always better than cure, so we do all we can to prevent any future injuries.

An Improved Quality of Life

Life is there to be lived, so don’t waste a minute more not feeling like the best version of yourself. Physiotherapy has a way to increase happiness and improve your quality of life.

What can physiotherapy do?

Sports professionals, families, and everyday Australians trust physiotherapy for their pain and reduced mobility treatment.

We can diagnose, treat and monitor a variety of orthopaedic and muscloskeletal conditions like

  • Neck Pain 
  • Back Pain 
  • Joint Pain 
  • Sciatica 
  • Whiplash 
  • Shoulder Pain 
  • TMJ or Jaw Pain 
  • Strains and Sprains 
  • Sporting Injuries 
  • Arthritic Conditions 
  • Headaches 
  • Work-Related Injuries

 

Physiotherapy can treat your injuries and provide long-term care.

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What to Look Forward To On Your Physio Appointment?

Physiotherapists work with the musculoskeletal system, and are often recommended by GPs due to their ability to assist to reduce pain and stiffness. Physiotherapists also work with people with a variety of conditions, aiming to support their bodies to move better and get the most out of life. If you feel that something ‘isn’t quite right’ or could use some improvement in any way, we’re the team to turn to!

Initial consultations include a comprehensive assessment, informed diagnosis and treatment. This includes taking into account your medical history and relevant symptoms. Even though they may have the same condition or symptoms, no two patients will receive the exact same treatment plan. It is important to remember that physiotherapy is tailored to your needs. You have many options and your physiotherapist will discuss them with you.

Your physiotherapist will develop treatment and management plans to meet your specific needs. Your treatment should be centred around you, and the results you want from physiotherapy.

Physiotherapists use a range of techniques which include things like joint mobilisation and manipulation, muscular and myofascial release, trigger point release, manual therapy, dry needling, and exercise therapy. They may also recommend active techniques such as clinical Pilates, rebalancing, orthotics and taping. Whatever treatment your physiotherapist suggests, they have considered it thoroughly and fully believe that the treatment they recommend will assist you to reach your goals.

Your Physiotherapy Questions Answered

Do I need to be referred to a physiotherapist?
Physiotherapists can be considered first-contact independent practitioners. If you have an acute injury, or chronic pain or need to visit us, you don’t require a doctor’s referral. A Pinch Of Physiotherapy’s physiotherapists are happy to collaborate with your healthcare team, whether they are podiatrists, dentists, or another healthcare professional. They are also open to accepting Enhanced Primary Care Plans from your doctor.
What qualifications do physios have?
Physiotherapy in Australia has a strict regulatory board. It requires successful completion of at least one year of university-level tertiary study, active membership with The Australian Physiotherapist Association or AHPRA registration and active membership with The Australian Physiotherapist Association. Each member must complete at least 20 hours in continuing practice education each calendar year to keep their membership active. Compliance with these rules allows patients to feel confident that their physiotherapist is a board-certified professional, subject to an ethical code of conduct and remains fully versed with current research and techniques within their field
How many physiotherapy sessions will I need?
Your individual goals, needs and condition will determine how many treatments you need. For some people may only need a couple of sessions, while others may require a more ongoing and long-term plan.
What should I wear during a physio appointment?
It doesn’t matter if you dress up or down. Wear whatever you’re comfortable in, and wherever possible, wear something that will allow us to work on the affected area. Shorts may be the best option for you if you are experiencing knee pain.
Is physiotherapy covered by Medicare or any private health insurance?
It all depends on your particular case. Physiotherapy coverage may also be available through Medicare under an Enhanced Primary Care plan. Private health insurance may or may not cover physiotherapy. We recommend that you speak with your insurer for advice.
How do I determine if physiotherapy is right for me?
You can get in touch with us to determine if physiotherapy is for you. Our physiotherapists will assess your needs, and then determine the best treatment options.

Why Choose A Pinch Of Prevention?

Outcome Focused Treatment

We’re dedicated to seeing you achieve your goals, so our focus is on your intended outcome. As we work together with you, we will keep your goal in mind.

Experienced Practitioners

Our physiotherapists are all highly qualified and have extensive experience in serving people to support their health and well-being. Our physiotherapists are constantly learning new information to offer you the best service.

Holistic Multi-Disciplinary Approach

To assist you as best possible, we use all our skills and experience. As well as physical treatment, we offer genuine care and a listening ear. We also use traditional naturopathic methods in order to treat your condition from every angle.

Physiotherapy Is Waiting For You

Physiotherapy offers a whole host of possible benefits for people of all ages and abilities. We can support you to live your best life, as we work with you to manage chronic conditions and treat injuries. With physiotherapy you may just find that feeling you’d resigned yourself to may be treatable, giving you a new lease on life. Physiotherapy may just be a complete game changer – what are you waiting for?

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(A Pinch Of) Prevention Is Key

We can assist you make the most out of any stage of your life, no matter your age. From children and teenagers through to seniors, our team at A Pinch of Prevention is dedicated to supporting you to get out there and do what you love! Our team is here to serve, no matter if you’re looking for ways to spend time with your family, go for a walk with your dog or play football with some friends. Contact our friendly and experienced team to get started on your journey towards physiotherapy.

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