We get to the root cause of pain symptoms and injuries to get you on the road to recovery sooner or achieve your mobility goals.
Helping you perform at your best
When should I see a Physiotherapy?
If you are recovering from surgery or injury or have developed pain in your muscles or joints, a Physiotherapist can help. If you play sports, Physiotherapy can also help prevent injury by ensuring you have strength and flexibility which can also help perform at your best.
Why Choose Optimum Physiotherapy?
50% OFF YOUR FIRST INITIAL PHYSIOTHERAPY SESSION
PLUS 25% OFF YOUR FOLLOW UP SESSION
Start thinking about wellness and book your first initial Physiotherapy session today!
* Offer valid for new or inactive clients. Must book both Initial and Follow Up Physiotherapy Sessions. Available until 31st of March 2021.
NDIS Physiotherapy Program
Physiotherapy is often part of NDIS plans for people with various disorders including cerebral palsy, MS, Parkinson’s disease and developmental delay.
Designed around your needs
State-of-the-art studios, safe in-home treatment and easy to use teleconference facilities. No matter your needs we have your treatment covered.
Medical Referrals & Rebates Accepted
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