For top physiotherapy to reduce pain, improve flexibility and range of motion, and prevent injuries - look no further than Specific Physio.
We also have a specific focus on treating patients with acute and chronic pain conditions. Our physiotherapists are all highly qualified and experienced, and they're passionate about helping their patients achieve their goals.
Whether you're looking to improve your overall health or to recover from an injury, we can tailor a treatment plan to suit your needs.
Contact us today to book an appointment.
Our qualified and registered Physiotherapist
Our qualified and experienced physiotherapist can help people of all ages and ability to recover from injuries, manage chronic conditions, and improve their overall fitness. Our physiotherapist will create a personalised treatment plan that meets your individual needs and goals.
We offer a wide range of services, including exercise prescription, manual therapy, and education. Our physiotherapist will work with you to reduce pain, improve range of motion, and increase strength.
We also offer treatment for vestibular and balance disorders. If you are looking for help to achieve your goals, our physiotherapist will be able to assist you.
What is physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy is an evidence based treatment focused on treating and managing muscular, joint, and nerve conditions. The aim of physiotherapy is to restore normal function that may have been hampered by accident, ageing, illness, or environmental factors.
Physiotherapists have training in the assessment, management, and treatment of general physical injuries, work-related injuries, sports injuries, and occupational injuries. Physiotherapists are essential in the recovery process after more severe injuries, particularly after surgery.
A complete evaluation of your ailment will be part of your initial consultation. Our physiotherapist will talk to you about treatment choices, which involve an exercise program to aid in your recovery.
What does a physiotherapist do?
A physiotherapist is a highly trained professional who helps patients recover from injuries and regain strength and movement.
Physiotherapists use a variety of techniques to achieve these goals, including exercises, massage, and electrical stimulation. They also work with patients to develop long-term plans for maintaining their health and preventing future injuries.
In many cases, physiotherapy can help patients avoid surgery or reduce the need for pain medication. As a result, physiotherapy is an essential part of the healthcare system.
If you are dealing with an injury or chronic pain, consider seeing a physiotherapist. With the help of a physiotherapist, you can get back to living your life to the fullest.
Physiotherapists reduce pain, increase muscle strength, restore range of movement with physiotherapy manual therapy techniques.
Physiotherapists are experts in the musculoskeletal system, with a focus on the spine's and nerve system's health. Initial consultations involve a complete evaluation and diagnosis that holistically takes into account past medical history and present symptoms.
Your physiotherapist will go over your treatment options with the goal bring to improve physical function.
Conditions physiotherapists treat
Many physical disorders can benefit from treatment by your physio, including:
Whiplash and wry neck among other neck pain and discomfort
Back pain that includes pinched nerves and disc damage
Following surgery, rehabilitation
Tears and strains in muscles and ligaments
Arthritis, bursitis, impingement, and instability are among the joint conditions
Note. Some shoulder pain can originate from the cervical spine when offshoots of the spinal cord are impinged or pinched. Our physio will find the source of your symptoms during a comprehensive examination of your posture and movement.
What to expect at your physiotherapy appointment
Arriving for the appointment
Please arrive 10 minutes early for your initial physiotherapy appointment in order to fill out a brief form detailing your ailment. Please bring any documentation you may have regarding your injury. This could contain images, reports, records of prior care, letters from doctors, etc.dit me. It's easy.
Initial physiotherapy appointment
Assessment: We will ask you a number of questions about the pain, your medical history and your goals during the appointment. The injury will then be evaluated, and a diagnosis will be made, by examining the pertinent body portion and surrounding regions.
Treatment: After the evaluation we will discuss the findings and potential treatment strategies helpful in your situation. Some conditions respond to clinical massage and others to joint manipulation.
You will receive the exercises we recommend for you on a printed handout. Additionally, we will send you a link to your online workout routine, which includes pictures and videos.
Follow-up physiotherapy appointments
The majority of injuries necessitate numerous follow-up consultations in order to maintain "hands-on" therapy and advance the fitness regimen. This will mean that you reach your goals, recover from the injury in a timely manner, and resume your prefered activity.
Each case will require a different number of follow-up appointments, which we are pleased to go over with you. When injuries are not adequately treated, many of them recur. We strongly believe in prevention, so we'll provide you tips on how to lower your chances of experiencing the same injury.
Specific Physiotherapy is here to help
At Specific Physiotherapy, we will work with you to restore your health and mobility. Your musculoskeletal structure needs to be optimised for all other bodily systems to function properly.
Physiotherapy care is for you if you want to recover your structural and functional physical health. Specific Physiotherapy is here to answer any questions you may have regarding your health and wellness.
How to find our physio in Preston location
Our physio in Preston is in a convenient location at 10 St Duthus St, Preston VIC. Please book your physiotherapy appointment online via the website.
Please also email image reports prior to attending your first physiotherapy appointment at email@example.com.
If you have any questions please feel free to give us a call on 0490 021 474.
Book a Preston physiotherapy appointment with us today
For more information on how Specific Physiotherapy can help you, or to book your Preston physiotherapy appointment, contact us today on 0490 021 474.