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A1/303 The Horsley Drive
Fairfield NSW 2165

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Fairfield NSW 2165

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A1/303 The Horsley Drive
Fairfield NSW 2165

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Physiotherapy

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What is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy near me utilises an evidenced-based holistic approach to provide expert diagnosis, assessment, and treatment of movement disorders, dysfunction, injuries, and conditions. Physiotherapists in Wetherill Park can manage your pain/symptoms, reduce medication intake, reduce the risk of injury, and assist in avoiding surgery.

A Physiotherapist will take a detailed history and assessment to look at the body as a whole and influences such as social, environmental, and physical factors to look for the cause of the problem. Physiotherapists in Fairfield use a range of manual therapy techniques, massage techniques, and modalities. These can include heat therapy, cryotherapy, electrotherapy, ultrasound, spinal traction, cupping, dry needling, taping, and bracing. Physiotherapists are also highly trained and heavily focused on prescribing stretches and sophisticated rehabilitation exercise programs to deliver optimal results for patients to recover and return to normal function to participate in activities of daily living, work, sporting, and social events. This will result in better health and well-being, along with an improved quality of life.

What conditions does physiotherapy treat?

Conditions treated are not limited to:

  • Neck pain/headaches/jaw pain
  • Back pain
  • Disc problems
  • Shoulder pain / Rotator cuff issues
  • Injuries to the neck, back, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, pelvis, hip, knee, ankle, foot
  • Frozen shoulder
  • Spasms, strains, sprains, and tears
  • Tendinopathies
  • Contusions
  • Fractures
  • Sciatica
  • Neural tension
  • Arthritic conditions
  • Pre and post-op/rehabilitation, e.g., Total Knee Replacements, ACL reconstruction
  • Chronic pain
  • Sports injuries
  • Workplace injuries and conditioning
  • Motor vehicle injuries
  • Women’s health/incontinence
  • Pre- and post-pregnancy
  • Pelvic floor and core stability/strengthening
  • General aches and pains
  • Hydrotherapy
How often should I be going and how long is a consultation?

Our consultations are normally 30 minutes long for one to two problem areas and one hour long for two or more, depending on the type and complexity of the condition. Acute injuries are normally seen more frequently and may be a few times a week, which will gradually be spaced out further apart as treatment progresses, and a more active approach is taken. Chronic conditions could be every week or every few weeks, which may be gradually phased out in frequency or every few weeks as a maintenance session. Our Physiotherapists will advise you on this information, depending on your case.

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