Phone: (49) 5727 57 | Lot H/132 Garden Grove Pde, Adamstown, NSW
ProActive Rehabilitation and Health is a practice ran by Exercise Physiologists, who provide Exercise Based Rehabilitation Programs for a multitude of injuries and health conditions.
ProActive Rehabilitation & Health is a leading Exercise Physiology and Injury Rehabilitation centre located in Adamstown, NSW. They are experts in the analysis of human movement and specialise in the rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries. They service Newcastle, Lake Macquarie and the Hunter Region for clients covered by Workers Compensation, Compulsory Third Party Insurance and the National Disability Insurance Scheme.Adamstown PhysiotherapyPhysiotherapists Adamstown Exercise Physiology Adamstown
Phone: (02) 4962 8700 | 8 Denison Street, Newcastle West, NSW
Physiotherapy, Sports Physiotherapy, Nutrition, Sports Nutrition, Workplace Services Physiotherapy, Exercise Physiology, Accelerated Recovery. Be Better!
Ethos Health is a Newcastle and Hunter based allied health business offering a variety of clinic locations and delivery models to meet our clients' needs.
Ethos Health offers physiotherapy, dietitian and exercise physiology services at our central practice location in Newcastle. With 7 physiotherapists, 3 dietitians and 2 exercise physiologists on site you are sure to find an expert to assist you in 'being better' and achieving your health goals.
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Phone: (02) 4009 1580 | 723 Hunter St, Newcastle West, NSW
A modern Physiotherapy and Sports Injury clinic using the latest in technological assessment to improve the performance of all those on the move, from elite athletes to super humans. Evidence-based, personal and effective treatment of pain and dysfunctionNewcastle West PhysiotherapySports Massage Newcastle West Dry Needling Newcastle West Physiotherapists Newcastle West Sports Physiotherapy Newcastle West
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.