Physiotherapists are health professionals, specialising in the assessment, diagnosis, treatment and management of physical dysfunction and pain. They are often referred to as ‘movement specialists’. They believe in prevention and work in collaboration with their patients to provide a long term solution, rather than a quick fix. My Physio Perth are considered leaders of physiotherapy Perth.
Do you want relief from pain or perhaps to return to sport as quickly as possibly? Book online and feel better today with expert physiotherapy treatment by our experienced physiotherapists who are amongst the highest qualified in the world.
Physiotherapy Perth Training
Perth physiotherapists are required to complete a four year, full time Bachelor in Science (Physiotherapy) at University to ensure a thorough understanding of the human body’s structure and function. To become a titled Sports Physiotherapist, considerable experience and a further two year Masters of Science (Sports Physiotherapy) must be completed at University. Sports Physiotherapists are at the forefront of modern medicine, allowing them to use new and existing technologies, responsibly and effectively in the treatment of their patients.
Benefits of Physiotherapy
Physiotherapy Perth can help to reduce pain and stiffness, improve mobility and allow you to recover from injury. At My Physio Perth’s Sorrento clinic near Hillarys, we will listen to your needs, help you understand what’s wrong and plan the most appropriate treatment for your condition.
We commonly use the following treatment techniques, depending on your lifestyle, activity and personality:
Common Conditions Treated by Physiotherapists
For a list of the common conditions treated by My Physio Perth, click here.
Physiotherapy or Chiro?
Many people are confused by the difference between physiotherapy and chiropractic treatment. There are many different forms of treatment in Perth, all claiming to provider faster and superior benefits. If you would like to know more about the difference between chiropractic treatment and physiotherapy Perth treatment, read our blog by clicking here.
Our Perth physiotherapists are registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and are members of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA).