What is Physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy is the diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of pain, injuries and other musculoskeletal conditions by correcting symptomatic or abnormal movements and functions. Our physiotherapist looks at both the injured area as well as those areas that contribute to the region of the presenting condition.
Our physiotherapy treatment involves evidence-based and current hands-on techniques including:
- Exercise based Rehabilitation
- PNF stretching
- Active Release Technique Massage
- Joint Mobilisation
- Fascia and Joint Manipulation
- Soft tissue massage
- Trigger point therapy
- Dry needling
- Muscle energy techniques
Our rehabilitation process involves guided movement-based exercises that retrain and strengthen areas of the body specific to your individual symptoms and goals. The combination of hands on treatment and rehabilitation assists recovery and empowers you to achieve your desired outcomes.
Physiotherapy treatment can contribute to:
- Recovery from injury by retraining your musculo-skeletal system and nerve pathways.
- Alleviating pain, tension or symptoms within the body.
- Increasing mobility, stability and strength.
- Preventing future pain, dysfunction and injury.
- Increased levels of fitness and performance.
Our Approach to Physiotherapy
Our physiotherapist is committed to continually developing their craft through on-going research and learning to ensure their skills in assessment, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation are aligned with the most current medical and scientific research.
Our physiotherapist treats each patient as an individual. To understand your individual situation, circumstances, motivations and goals we offer 60-minute initial consultations and 30-minute follow up sessions. This is allows time for a thorough assessment, diagnosis and treatment, as well as rehabilitation and take-home exercises.
Our clinic provides industry-leading equipment in our dedicated physiotherapy gym and Pilates studio. These spaces are set up for performance analysis, sports specific assessment and rehabilitative exercises and classes.
We deliver a holistic approach to your care by addressing injury, pain, and other symptoms within the context of each individual presentation. We create a treatment and rehabilitation plan that caters for your goals and lifestyle.
Conditions we Treat with Physiotherapy
Physiotherapy is an effective form of treatment for a wide range of injuries, conditions, and other musculo-skeletal-based presentations. Our treatment plans support recovery from the following types of presentations:
- Lower Back/Lumbar Spine Pain
- Thoracic spine pain
- Neck/Cervical Pain
- Disc Injuries
- Shoulder Pain, Elbow Pain and Wrist Pain
- Hip Pain, Knee Pain and Ankle Pain
- Sports injuries
- Cross-fit injuries
- Gym Injuries
- Pre-surgical treatment and rehabilitation
- Post-surgical treatment and rehabilitation
- Overuse injuries
At Incline Health, our physiotherapist conducts comprehensive clinical assessments to develop the most appropriate treatment plan to get you back to your best.
Why Choose Exercise Classes with a Physiotherapist
Our physiotherapist will use their in-depth knowledge and experience in injury management and prevention to assess and formulate a personalised exercise program tailored to address your specific injury or condition. Depending on your level of private health insurance, you may be eligible for a rebate on the cost of your Exercise Classes.
Our physiotherapist will use their in-depth knowledge and experience in injury management and prevention to assess and formulate a personalised exercise program tailored to address your specific injury or condition. All treatments are one on one. Your physiotherapist spends the entire treatment with you as the patient. Treatment revolves around our four pillars of practice:
- Customised Care
- Take Home Care
- Multi disciplinary Medicine
- Science into practice
What to Expect from Physiotherapy Exercise Classes
Your Exercise Class journey will begin with a one-on-one Initial Consultation with the physiotherapist where a variety of movement tests will be performed and goals will be set – this will form the foundation of your exercise program. Depending on your level of experience, the physio may recommend a private class before joining a semi-private class. Semi-private classes have a maximum of 3 clients allowing the physio to provide personalised exercises with a high level of supervision. Your program is then reassessed at regular intervals to ensure you reach your injury and fitness goals.