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Serving the local community since 2003

Our Locations

Providing Quality
Physiotherapy

Services

Women's Health
Pilates Reformer
Massage/Acupuncture/Dry Needling
Headaches and TMJ Disorders
Vestibular Physiotherapy
Injury and Falls Prevention
Paediatrics
Sports Performance
Workplace Rehab

About Us

Physio One is dedicated to providing our patients with the most up-to-date evidence based treatment, to help you to move better, faster.  Our experienced Physiotherapists, Remedial massage therapists and Acupuncturists adopt a patient-centred, multidisciplinary and holistic approach towards our treatment.
We specialise in hands-on therapy, rehabilitation and exercise prescription, and for a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions.  
 

Meet The Team

Francis Chan

Physiotherapist

BAPP SC(PHTY),
MAPA

Lissy Changuion

Physiotherapist

BPHTY (HONOURS), WOMEN'S HEALTH, CLINICAL PILATES, WHTA MEMBER

Katelyn Hooworth

Physiotherapist

BPHTY (HONOURS), CLINICAL PILATES INSTRUCTOR

Chris Gill

Physiotherapist

BPHTY, CLINICAL PILATES INSTRUCTOR, MAPA, CERT 4 FITNESS

Damien Howell

Physiotherapist

BPHTY, CLINICAL PILATES INSTRUCTOR, MAPA, CERT 4 FITNESS

Martin Mckenzie

Acupuncturist/Massage

BHSC(ACU), G.C.H.ED, ADV DIP HSC (REMEDIAL MASSAGE)

Accepted Insurances

We accept all private health funds and are a preferred provider for BUPA members and Medibank Member’s Choice.  We also accept Medicare, Workcover, 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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Latest News
and Research

Find out the latest news about our Physiotherapy Clinic and information about all your Physiotherapy and health related needs.

We are always happy to hear what you have to say so be sure to leave a comment.

Kegel Exercises

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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...


Lower back pain

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Should I be having a scan or not? One in six Australians experience ongoing back pain. Many have imaging such as an X-ray, CT or MRI scan to look for a cause. What is often not fully understood, is that often imaging does not always correlate with symptoms and thus doesn’t always influence the direction of treatment. ...


Pregnancy & Exercise

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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. ...


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