Phone: (26) 2629 664 | 23 Petrie Plaza, Canberra, ACT
At Higher Function, located in Canberra City (Civic), servicing areas such as Braddon, Reid, Turner, Canberra City, Campbell, Russel and surrounding areas helping people reach their potential. Improving your health, wellness and fitness is our mission. We
At Higher Function, located in Canberra City (Civic), servicing areas such as Braddon, Reid, Turner, Canberra City, Campbell, Russel and surrounding areas helping people reach their potential. Improving your health, wellness and fitness is our mission. We provide guidance to help you take on challenges, achieve functional goals, and overcome barriers. Our professional evidence-based knowledge and experience in Physiotherapy, Exercise Physiology, Clinical Pilates, Remedial Massage and Psychology allows us to work with you in tailoring a range of therapies to meet your needs and achieve the best outcomes.Physiotherapy Canberra Physiotherapists Canberra
Phone: (02) 6232 5222 | Deakin, ACT
Physiotherapists at Buteyko Health Solution Canberra use Buteyko breathing training, a science-based, safe, effective, natural approach that may help relieve symptoms of asthma, allergy, breathlessness, blocked nose, snoring, sleep apnea and panic attacksDeakin PhysiotherapyAsthma Deakin Snoring Deakin Physiotherapists Deakin Sleep Apnea Deakin
Phone: (02) 6288 3006 | 16 / 41-43 Liardet Street, Weston, ACT
Physiotherapy & Pilates for adults and children in a modern, relaxed environment. We also offer pilates mat work and equipment classes and baby development classes.Weston PhysiotherapyPilates Weston Physiotherapists Weston Paediatric Physiotherapy Weston
A physiotherapist can help with a wide range of health problems. They can help with musculoskeletal problems and conditions by assessing the body and working out a treatment plan and exercises.
To become a physiotherapist you must go to university and complete a relevant degree in physiotherapy once the degree is completed you will then need to complete supervised practice.
You should wear comfortable loose clothing that allows you to display any issues you may have so that they can be diagnosed correctly.
You will often be given a range of exercises to complete before you return and it is important to make sure you complete these exercises to enable you to have the best chance at making a full recovery.
Treatment is best if it begins sooner rather than later. Getting on top of a small problem can prevent it becoming a large one.