Serving the local community since 2003
Physio one is a well-established musculoskeletal physiotherapy practice, servicing the inner western suburbs of Brisbane for over 20 years! Our team of physiotherapists, massage therapists, and acupuncturists provide our patients with the most up-to-date evidence based treatments. Our experienced physiotherapists are highly specialised in hands-on therapy, exercise rehabilitation and education to get you out of pain and on the way to recovery as soon as possible.
From musculoskeletal physiotherapy, sports conditions, orthopaedic rehabilitation, and pelvic health, we adopt a patient-centred, multi-disciplinary and holistic approach towards the care of our patients.
Meet The Team
BPHTY, Lv2 Sports Physiotherapist, Clinical Pilates Instructor/Strength & Conditioning Coach, MAPA
BPHTY, Clinical Pilates Instructor/Strength & Conditioning Coach, MAPA, Cert 4 Fitness
BPHTY (HONOURS), Clinical Pilates Instructor/Strength & Conditioning Coach
BPHTY, Pelvic Health, Clinical Pilates Instructor, Pelvic Fit Founder
ADV DIP HSC (REMEDIAL MASSAGE)
DIP. REMEDIAL MASSAGE, CERTIFICATION CUPPING AND DRY NEEDLING
We accept all private health funds and are a preferred provider for BUPA Members First, Medibank Member’s Choice, NIB First Choice and HCF More for Muscles Program. We also accept Medicare, Workcover, NDIS, CTP claims and DVA referrals at our clinic. Please note that a referral will be required from your GP for Medicare and DVA care plans.
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The 3 C’s for your pelvic floor; Correct, Coordinated and Controlled Pelvic floor muscle activations are commonly known as "Kegel exercises." This group of muscles sit in the base of your pelvis and they play an important role in; bladder and bowel habits, sexual function and every day confidence...
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Ante/post-natal at Physio One. During pregnancy the female body with experience enormous change. Hormonal changes will cause ligaments to become lax and weight distribution changes will occur. These key changes can put pressure on the lower back, pelvis and soft tissue structures. ...