Whether you are suffering from a headache, a sporting injury, back pain, or bladder issues, our skilled staff have the right expertise to get you back to your best. Below is a description of some of the more commonly treated conditions at Physio on Brunswick. Please click on any of the conditions to find out more information. If your condition is not listed, please contact us and talk to one of our friendly staff about how we can help you. 

Arthritis

 One of the most common forms of arthritis is osteoarthritis. It damages your joints through wear and tear. It can be painful and depressing. There is no cure, but there are ways of managing the condition and making life easier. Physiotherapy is an important part of the management. 

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Back pain

 If your back hurts, don’t ignore the pain. Physiotherapists have the training to correctly assess the problem and provide safe, effective treatment. For rapid recovery, see your physiotherapist early. 

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Headache

 Headaches are often caused by disorders of the neck, or physical and emotional tension. Physiotherapists can successfully treat headaches originating from the neck or soft tissues and show you how to prevent the pain recurring.

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Knee injuries

 Whether you play sport socially or professionally, a knee injury can put you out of action. Physiotherapists provide expert advice and treatment to speed up recover and get you active again following knee injury or surgery. 

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Neck pain

 Injury and postural problems are the main causes of neck pain. Physiotherapists can identify the reasons for your neck pain and provide proven effective treatment.

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Sports injury

 Sport is a vital part of the Australian lifestyle—it promotes good health, stress relief, and is fun. Sometimes injuries may occur through sport, but fortunately most injuries can be effectively treated by your physiotherapist. Physiotherapy treatment will enable you to return safely to your sporting activity quicker than just ‘rest and see what happens’. Your physiotherapist can also provide advice to prevent sporting injuries. 

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The Pelvic Floor

 Active pelvic floor muscles are very important to women throughout life. Poorly controlled muscles can lead to prolapse and loss of bladder or bowel control. Physiotherapists trained in continence management can assess your pelvic floor muscles and, if necessary, help you regain control. 

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