Our focus point this month is lower back pain. We see so many people who injure their back bending forwards and decided to put together this FREE video to help. (more…)
Tim Rigby – Our newest member of the team
Meet our newest member – Tim Rigby. Tim joined us a few weeks ago and has been getting top results with lower limb injuries and spinal problems. He is an avid fitness enthusiast and is a perfect fit for our team of professionals with his approach to clinical problems
We are proud to welcome him as part of the team. If you are struggling with any problem give us a ring and make a time with Tim. Call us on 55787155
CLICK ON THE PICTURE TO MEET TIM
NO GAP when you APP
Use our new app to book any Physiotherapy initial consult in August and we won’t charge you a gap fee ** (conditions apply) for private health fund holders .
We are proud to release our new app – check it out to experience
- our quick and easy booking service
- great new deals
- useful tips on injury management
- our staff profiles and MORE
Iphone users – search for “Physiologic” or download using this link
Google/Android users – search for “Physiologic nextin” or download using this link
Simply register your details then make a booking
The Physiologic Team
** Offer only available
- with selected Physiotherapists (Josh Meyer, Tim Rigby, Jessica Norton, Joe Rowley)
- when using private health insurance on initial physiotherapy consults, excludes massage therapy, exercise physiology, pilates classes and metabolic testing services
Plantar Fasciitis – Do you have it? How do you get better fast?
Heel pain is super common amongst the community.
There are lots of structures in the heel that can give pain. The most common is plantar fasciitis. You have probably heard of it and chances are if you’ve got heel pain someone has told you that this is what it is.
Not everyone who has heel pain has plantar fasciitis – find out if you have it and what to do about it!
Click on this short video – Josh gives insight into plantar fasciitis
FREE video to relieve heel pain
Pain in the back of the heel is a common problem – especially amongst our youngsters who play sport as it is a typical growth related problem
It is even common for adults to get heel pain – the causes are not so much growth related and usually more related to wear and tear
- get heel pain
- have kids who complain of heel pain
- see your kids limping after sport
- feel pain in the back of your heel
Then try this easy suggestion for relieving your symptoms – remember its not all about symptom relief though – be sure to see us so as to get to the underlying reasons for this problem!
The Physiologic team – 55787155 OR email@example.com
Pain in your feet, heels, ankles, knees, hips or back – foot type can contribute to this – check your own feet using this video
- Sore feet, heels or ankles ?
- Ever wondered if your flat feet are causing problems further up ?
- Do you need orthotics ?