Physiotherapy

Our Brisbane Physiotherapists can help

If you suffer from undiagnosed pain or difficulty with movement, our Physiotherapists can help. Physiotherapy is the practice of physical techniques to improve movement, reduce pain and stiffness, and recover from injury. We work with a range of people affected by injury, illness or disability. Physiotherapists are qualified to treat conditions to do with bones, muscles, nerves and joints.

Our highly skilled Physiotherapists can help treat a range of issues, including: 

Female Brisbane Physiotherapist using tape to strap and secure a wrist

Freedom from the constraints of everyday life

Injury and pain that prevents you from doing the things you love or performing day-to-day activities is frustrating. Our world-class Physiotherapy team are dedicated to working with you. They will diagnose and construct an individualised treatment plan that aims to get you back to the things you love, pain-free.

What treatment methods are involved?

In your appointment, your Physiotherapist may use a mixture of treatment methods. Depending on your injury and treatment pathway these can include:

Along with physical treatment methods, your Physiotherapist may also provide behavioural advice, health education and exercise counselling.

Getting you back to the things you love, pain free

We understand that injury or pain that prevents you from doing the things you love is frustrating. We work with you to create a personalised treatment plan that aims to achieve the best outcome for your body.

What can I expect in my first appointment?

Your appointment will start by getting to know you and your injury or pain. We need to know how you got hurt or what you were doing at the time to cause your pain. We’ll also ask what movement or activities make your pain worse and better – so keep this in mind before your appointment. 

Don’t be surprised by our range of questions during your initial consultation. Your personal goals are just as important to us. Whether they’re getting back to the activities you love, improving athletic performance, or performing day-to-day tasks pain-free – we want to know and help! 

Next, we will need to assess your injury. This is usually done by carrying out a physical examination. It will help to diagnose your injury and devise an individualised treatment plan. Your Physiotherapist will discuss both of these with you and will recommend when you should come in next.

Frequently Asked Questions

No. You do not need to be an athlete or have a sports-related injury to see our team. 

The number of times you should see your Physiotherapist for treatment will depend on your condition. After your initial appointment, your physio will be able to guide an appropriate course of action.

The majority of people will not experience any pain during their physiotherapy appointment. Sometimes you may feel feelings of discomfort. You must alert your Physiotherapist if anything feels uncomfortable. This helps your physiotherapist to learn more about your injury and help create your treatment plan.

Your Physiotherapist will need to look at your injury. We recommend you wear comfortable and loose clothing that allows easy access to the area. If you have x-rays, scans, medical notes, or reports from specialists, please bring these along.

Most likely, yes. Your Physiotherapist will create a treatment plan which may include at-home exercises. This plan will usually include some exercises for you to do in between your appointments. It’s important to remember to do your exercises; this will play an integral role in the speed and extent of your recovery. 

No. Because we are first contact practitioners, you do not need a referral from your GP before booking an appointment with us. 

It is not required to have a scan or x-ray done before your appointment. However, after your initial examination, your Physiotherapist may request that you get imaging done.

Book a Physiotherapy Appointment

If you would like to book an appointment or if you have any questions, please contact us. We can be reached on the information below or alternatively, leave your details in our form and we’ll be in touch.

Bowen Hills Clinic

16 Thompson Street, Bowen Hills

Woolloongabba Clinic

812 Stanley Street, Woolloongabba

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Meet Our Physiotherapists

Chris Brady

Chris Brady

Specialist Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist (as awarded by the Australian College of Physiotherapists in 2009)

Kevin Sims

Specialist Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist (as awarded by the Australian College of Physiotherapists in 2009)

Shane Lemcke

Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist

David Bick

Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist

Victor Popov

Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist

Geoff De Jager

Geoff de Jager

Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist

Headshot of Ivan Hooper - Sports Physiotherapist

Ivan Hooper

Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist

Marguerite King

Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist

Tim Oostenbroek

Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist

Michael Dalgleish

Michael Dalgleish

Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist

Josh McCabe

Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist

Penny Dayan

Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist

Dolph Francis

Physiotherapist

Tammie Dare

Physiotherapist

Rob Godbolt

Rob Godbolt

Physiotherapist

Mardi Watson

Mardi Watson

Physiotherapist

Jess Clarey

Physiotherapist

Jacinta Carroll

Physiotherapist

Kyle Whebell

Physiotherapist

Bradley Moore

Physiotherapist

Joanne Dalgleish

Physiotherapist