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Different Physiotherapist can use different techniques depending on their level of clinical experience and their dedication to further study by attending seminars regularly.

Naturally a more experienced Physiotherapist would have “more tools in their tool bag” which enables them to help the most difficult of cases.

Our Physiotherapist, hasĀ over 30 years clinical experience and working in remote rural areas, his local community enjoyed the fruits of his expertise for a wide range of health and injury based problems. This would include anything from back ache to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

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List of the modalities our Physiotherapist uses

Spinal Manipulative Therapy

Spinal Manipulation is only conducted when necessary, this adjustment to spinal manual mobilisation is a welcome addition when required.

Ultrasound

Ultrasound is a high frequency comfortable form of electrotherapy used clinically for muscle spasm, adhesions and soft tissue contractures.

Laser Acupuncture

Laser Acupuncture has all the benefits of acupuncture without the discomfort or fear of needles. It is totally painless and adds a new world of patient care.

Standard Physiotherapy Techniques

Bowen Technique

Bowen therapy is a soft tissue technique which reflexly releases muscles before other procedures.

Myofascial Release

Myofascial Release is a technique used for soft tissue and muscle management for joints difficult to mobilise.

Trigger point Therapy

Trigger Point Therapy is reflex management of muscle spasm.

Nutritional Medicine

Nutritional Medicine(Diet & Vitamin Therapy), adds the dimension of nutrition to healing and self management.


Exercise and rehabilitation techniques are the cornerstone of conventional physiotherapy – as well as soft tissue technique, neurological and clinical assessment and treatment of many medically managed complaints. Often a combination of approaches can produce a more satisfying and complete result.


Find Physiotherapist in Melbourne Make appointment at Physiotherapist in Melbourne or call us on (03) 9380 5434