Physiotherapy
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Top 20 Physiotherapists
Here's our pick for the top physios.

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  1. Healthy Life Clinic

    Healthy Life Clinic

    2/91 Dorset Road, Ferntree Gully, Ferntree Gully 3156
    (6)
    For revitalising massage and physiotherapy treatments that will have you feeling like a whole new person, visit Healthy Life Clinic in Ferntree Gully.
    Next available: Today 10:45 AM
    Book online
  2. Pure Intentions Beauty

    Pure Intentions Beauty

    33 Warrandyte Road, Ringwood 3134
    (59)
    Pure Intentions Beauty is a specialist beauty clinic offering beauty treatments in a chic clinic in Ringwood.
    Next available: Today 11:00 AM
    Book online
  3. Quantum Healing Centre

    Quantum Healing Centre

    272 Rode Road, Wavell Heights 4012
    (1)
    Quantum Healing Centre can help with chronic pain conditions and allergies. Try their hyperbaric oxygen therapy, naturopathy, or Traditional Chinese Medicine.
    Next available: Thu, 22 of Apr
    Book online
  4. Sahanro Ayurvedic Wellness Centre - Northcote

    Sahanro Ayurvedic Wellness Centre - Northcote

    13 Yeomans Street, Northcote 3070
    Restore a healthy balance to your mind, body and spirit with a life-changing consultation at Sahanro Ayurvedic Wellness Centre on Yeomans Street in Northcote.
    Book online
  5. Peak Performance Physiotherapy - Gymea

    Peak Performance Physiotherapy - Gymea

    1 / 10-12 Gymea Bay Rd, Gymea 2227
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  6. Transform Physio - South Melbourne

    Transform Physio - South Melbourne

    17A Market St, South Melbourne 3205
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  7. PhysioFIX Sydney

    PhysioFIX Sydney

    736 New South Head Rd, Rose Bay 2029
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  8. Back On Track Sports Physiotherapy

    Back On Track Sports Physiotherapy

    42 High St., Glen Iris 3146
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  9. Physio Inq Alexandria

    Physio Inq Alexandria

    2 / 52-54 McEvoy St, Alexandria 2015
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  10. Mountain Physiotherapy

    Mountain Physiotherapy

    801 Toorak Rd, Hawthorn East 3123
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  11. Sports Focus Physiotherapy - Sydney

    Sports Focus Physiotherapy - Sydney

    204 / 50 Clarence St, Australia Square 1214
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  12. Chatswood Sports & Family Physio

    Chatswood Sports & Family Physio

    24 / 431 Victoria Ave, Chatswood 2067
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  13. Holistic Physio Fitness

    Holistic Physio Fitness

    84 Barrenjoey Rd, Mona Vale 2103
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  14. Capaldi Physiotherapy

    Capaldi Physiotherapy

    Suite 312 / 480 Collins St, Melbourne CBD 3000
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  15. Aveley Clinical Psychology

    Aveley Clinical Psychology

    3/15 Flecker Promenade, Aveley WA 6069, Australia, Aveley 6069
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  16. Malvern East Physiotherapy

    Malvern East Physiotherapy

    153 Waverley Road, Malvern East 3145
    Malvern East Physiotherapy is a long-standing physiotherapy clinic. Staffed by a team of expert allied health professionals, your ticket to good health starts here.
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  17. 20/20 Sports Physiotherapy

    20/20 Sports Physiotherapy

    113B Anzac Ave, Engadine 2233
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  18. Health Point Physiotherapy

    Health Point Physiotherapy

    619 Hawthorn Rd, Brighton East 3187
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  19. Macarthur Physiotherapy - Lindesay Street

    Macarthur Physiotherapy - Lindesay Street

    150 Lindesay Street, Campbelltown 2560
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  20. Sports Focus Physiotherapy - Willoughby

    Sports Focus Physiotherapy - Willoughby

    Willoughby Leisure Centre, Small Street, Willoughby 2068
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Physiotherapy

Modern life can be tough on our bodies, and most people experience aches and pains from time to time. It might even be that you're recovering from a sports injury, or need rehabilitation after an accident or surgery.

These are all conditions that can be greatly helped by booking a physiotherapy appointment through Bookwell.

Physiotherapist vs Physical Therapist

Did you know that a physiotherapist is different from a physical therapist? Both of these professionals work to restore and promote health and well being, but in slightly different ways. It's easy to confuse the two, and most people do.

Physical therapists tend to use massage, myofascial techniques and joint mobilisation. A physiotherapist, however, uses exercise prescription, manipulation, dry needling and rehabilitation techniques, based on medical research.

Physiotherapists work closely with GPs and other medical professionals to diagnose conditions and plan and manage treatment. It's a specialist field that requires extensive training.

Why You May Need A Physiotherapist

The main aim of a physiotherapist is to treat and prevent a wide range of health conditions and movement problems. They use their skills to reduce pain and stiffness, repair damage, and increase mobility - thus improving quality of life.

You may need the services of a professional physiotherapist if you have a musculoskeletal condition, such as back pain, or an orthopaedic problem, like arthritis. They also work closely with children, who have physical development challenges.

But it doesn't stop there. Many people don't realise that physiotherapists also work in cancer and palliative care, aged care, women's health, neurology, and more.

What You Can Expect

It's very important to work with trained professional physiotherapists, and you will find those in your area right here on Bookwell. You may be wondering what to expect when you book an appointment.

Of course, a lot depends on your personal problem, but all appointments begin with a consultation and assessment of your condition and needs. Physiotherapy is not a quick fix, and you will need a series of appointments to achieve your desired results.

After assessing your condition and your lifestyle, your physiotherapist will be able to develop a treatment plan. There may be several different elements to the plan, including exercise and even physical aides. Hydrotherapy can also be very helpful, particularly for older patients.

Recovering From Surgery

If you are undergoing surgery, it's a good idea to discuss post-operative physiotherapy with your GP and/or surgeon. If you have health insurance, it might be included. Either way, it's worth considering.

For patients having back, hip or knee surgery, physiotherapy will be particularly beneficial in speeding up recovery and getting you mobile again.

Physiotherapy For Maintenance

You don't have to have a problem to work with a physiotherapist. Many people book appointments as part of their ongoing health and wellbeing program, especially sportsmen and women.

Physiotherapy is a fantastic way of staying healthy, maintaining mobility, and speeding up recovery time if you compete in marathons and other events. It is also very easy to combine physiotherapy sessions with personalised fitness and nutrition plans. You may even find all these services in the one place.

Improving Your Overall Health

There are many long-term benefits to be gained from regular physiotherapy sessions. For example, the fitter and more mobile you are, the less likely you are to become overweight. It will also make you less prone to diseases such as Type 2 Diabetes and heart disease.

Physiotherapy will help you maintain strong bones and muscle density, and even slow down the ageing process. It's a proven fact that regular exercise and movement is better than any pill for maintaining optimum health.

Book A Consultation Today

In truth, physiotherapy is something everybody should try, as there is everything to gain and no nasty side effects. If you feel it could help you, browse Bookwell for your nearest practitioner. With just a few clicks you'll be on the road to recovery.