From an acute ankle sprain to chronic back or neck pain, we have the experience and expertise to ensure your recovery from injury is optimal. Our purpose built clinic is designed to enhance your treatment, training and rehabilitation.

Our physiotherapists treat a wide variety of conditions including:

Chronic back pain, spinal pain and injuries
Slipped discs, wry neck, acute and chronic back pain, scoliosis.

Shoulder pain
Frozen shoulder, rotator cuff tear, shoulder dislocation.

Elbow pain
Tennis elbow, golfers elbow.

Wrist and hand pain
Carpal tunnel syndrome, repetitive strain injury, fractures.

Hip pain
Bursitis, arthritis, sacroiliac joint dysfunction.

Knee pain
Ligament tear, runners knee, jumpers knee, tendinitis.

Ankle and foot pain
Sprained ankle, shin splints, flat feet.

Neuropathic pain
Pinched nerve, sciatica.

Facial pain and headaches
Jaw (TMJ) pain and clicking, tension headaches.


If you would like some free advice to help with your pain or injury, or if you'd like to just chat through the problem to find out if Physiotherapy is the right approach for you, arrange your FREE 15 minute telephone consultation with one of our expert Physios. We will call you back any time that suits during our office hours. 

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Treatment Techniques At The Physiotherapy Place

It is our aim at The Physiotherapy Place to ensure you have a relaxed and enjoyable experience, and to help you return to a healthy and active lifestyle. Our hands on treatments are based on the individual, not the diagnosis, to help you move better and stronger.

Manual Therapy and Manipulation


A specialised ‘hands on’ approach using mobilization and manipulation to restore normal range of motion of joints, promote flexibility and to regain normal muscle tone.

Exercise Therapy


Specific stretching, strengthening and stabilizing exercises to relieve symptoms and improve function.



Targeting specific points along energy channels that the ancient Chinese termed meridians, thin needles are inserted to influence tissue healing and pain.

Gunn Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS)


A dry needling technique in which needles are inserted into tight bands of muscle in order to affect the nerve supply to that muscle and cause it to release. IMS is extremely effective at treating a variety of conditions including chronic back and neck pain, whiplash, repetitive strain injuries, and sports injuries.

Taping and Bracing


Using tape to provide additional support to an area and/or facilitate muscle activity.

Sports Therapy


Special focus on assessment and treatment of sports injuries for athletes, from recreational to elite. Individualised rehab programs will be constructed to enable quick and safe return to sport.



Ultrasound to promote healing in muscles, ligaments, tendons; Interferential to reduce pain and muscle spasm; Heat and ice to reduce inflammation and promote healing.

Massage Therapy


The benefits of massage are numerous.  Sports and remedial massage are focused, anatomically specific methods of massage that target and correct your physical issues.  It can be an effective way to optimise healing in a chronic injury, as well as being a great method of keeping muscles loose and relaxed in order to prevent injury.

Mechanical Traction


A safe and comfortable way to decompress the spine and take pressure of the joints, discs, and nerves. This is especially effective for the treatment of slipped discs and pinched nerves.

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