Physiotherapy is the cornerstone of our practice at Advantage Healthcare & Physiotherapy. We pride ourselves on providing exceptional physiotherapy care, with one focus – getting you better as fast as possible.

What is Physiotherapy and what does it do?

Physiotherapy at Advantage Healthcare & Physiotherapy includes a range of modalities, including dry needling, massage, mobilsations, shockwave therapy, real-time ultrasound and collaboration with other services such as clinical rehab, remedial massage, exercise physiology and dietetics.

  • Injury Physiotherapy helps clients recovery from injuries

  • Tightness Physiotherapy can help alleviate any feelings of discomfort or tightness in your body

  • Maintenance Physiotherapy can be used as a preventative service to ensure you have no flare-ups or injuries

  • Strengthen Muscles Physiotherapy, along with other services, can improve your strength, especially after an injury

What to expect at your Physiotherapy appointment:

A working diagnoses and treatment plan
We will provide you with a comprehensive treatment plan. This will ensure you understand your diagnosis, our advice and the treatment required to successfully recover. We will also give you an approximate timeframe for your recovery.

Professional advice and education
We will teach you about your condition, your prognosis and how you can help yourself. We will provide advice on work practices, sports and hobbies, exercise, supplements and anything that affects your condition and health relating to that condition.

If your problem is beyond our scope of practice or if you require the skills of another medical practitioner, we will refer you to one of the many trusted doctors and allied health professionals we work with regularly.

Hands-On Therapy
We provide hands on therapy to treat the problems we identify.

We regularly refer for X-Rays and scans where medically required.

We will teach you about your condition, your prognosis and how you can help yourself.


Physiotherapists have a wide range of treatment modalities at their fingertips. From ultrasound to exercise prescription to mobilisations to massage and stretching. They are able to help with most injuries and tightness. You should see a Physiotherapist when you first start getting symptoms. This will ensure the fastest recovery possible.

No, you don’t need a referral to see a Physiotherapist privately at Advantage Healthcare & Physiotherapy. Your doctor may give you a referral if you have a chronic condition, which gives you access to some treatments under Medicare.

This will depend on your individual condition and severity. Your physiotherapist should be able to give you an idea of how many treatments you will need at your first appointment.

If your physiotherapist suspects some more serious injury, they may refer you for some imaging. Physiotherapists can refer you directly for a selection of X-Rays, but if Ultrasounds or MRI’s are required, your physiotherapist will request this from your GP.

First and foremost, just yourself! If you have any scans or reports of your injury bring those along. Wear comfortable and loose clothing that allows the Physiotherapist to treat your concerning area. We will get you to fill out a new client form when you arrive which contains some general information about you and your health. Please also bring along your private health card and a method for paying the gap fee.

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