At Core Physiotherapy and Pilates studio we aim to find the most effective way of relieving your pain and symptoms. Often this involves hands on therapy where the Physiotherapist performs techniques directly on the client’s body.
The aims of such techniques are to relieve the symptoms while changing the physical factors that may be leading to the problem.
These techniques may include:
The selection of techniques varies between clients and is dictated by the nature of the problem and the findings of a thorough clinical assessment.
Of course, this intensive way of working is time-consuming and involves both therapist and client involvement.
Because of our commitment to this way of treating clients, we have made all of our follow up consultation times half an hour long, to allow time for therapists to perform multiple techniques on all affected parts of the body.
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of people will suffer from back pain at least once in their life. In any given year 1 in 6 Australians (16%) will experience debilitating back pain. ABS 2019
patients attended Physio Group Exercise
NDIS appointments at Core Physio
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