Physiotherapists are university-trained health professionals who practice advanced techniques to restore function after injury or illness. Physiotherapists work in a holistic manner to consider the physical and emotional well-being of their clients and improve pain, function and quality of life. They work closely with other healthcare practitioners including GPs, surgeons and psychologists to optimise outcomes.
Physiotherapists treat an extensive range of disorders from work and sporting related injuries such as sprains and muscle strains, spinal issues including neck and back pain, post-surgical rehabilitation, women’s health and tendinopathies. They also treat more complex long-standing issues such as post-stroke rehab, persistent pain disorders and cardiovascular and respiratory rehabilitation.
Methods of treatment include: hands on therapy including joint mobilisation techniques or soft tissue therapy such as massage, exercise prescription, education about the specifics of your injury, strength training, Pilates, hydrotherapy, dry needling and electrophysical modalities.
Whatever aches and pain you have BPC has a highly-qualified team member who will take time to listen and provide you with caring, evidence-based physiotherapy aimed at getting you back on the road to recovery as quickly as possible.
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