Physiotherapy

GENERAL PHYSIOTHERAPY

Assessment and treatment of acute and chronic injuries and conditions

Physiotherapy, or physical therapy, is the science of helping you get rid of aches and pains, and improve your body to be functioning at it's greatest potential. This is achieved through a multitude of modalities, such as massage, deep tissue release techniques, neural and spinal mobilisations, muscle strengthening, functional training, and human movement optimisation.

 

The Physiotherapists at HEXA Health Hub in North Perth are university qualified health professionals that specialise in treating all of your musculoskeletal injuries, aches and pains. During your Initial Consultation, you will be asked a number of questions for a subjective assessment to give a detailed description of how the pain has come to be. This is followed by an objective assessment which consists of a variety of specific tests designed to pinpoint not only the site and structure of your pain, but also the root cause of your pain. Once this has been done, a personalised treatment plan will be formulated for you by your Physiotherapist in order to get you back to your best self as soon as possible.

Physiotherapy can help with the following:

  • relieve aches and pains from day to day life

  • release muscle tension from tight and overworked muscles

  • rehabilitate your body following surgery

  • prehabilitate your body prior to surgery for better outcomes post-surgery

  • improve flexibility and mobility

  • strengthen your body

  • correct muscle imbalances

  • diagnose injuries and create personalised and guided treatment plans for optimum recovery

  • improve body awareness and control

  • decrease risk of developing recurrent injuries

  • decrease time off from your favourite activities

The Physiotherapists  at HEXA Health Hub are highly trained and very experienced in treating a multitude of injuries, such as:

  • headaches

  • neck pain

  • shoulder impingement

  • rotator cuff tears

  • bursitis

  • tendinopathies

  • low back pain

  • sciatica

  • hip impingement

  • muscle tears and strains

  • ligament sprains

  • shin splints

  • knee pain

  • tennis elbow and golfer's elbow

  • repetitive strain injuries

  • plantar fasciitis

  • runner's knee

  • disc bulges and disc herniations

  • ACL reconstruction rehabilitation

And much more!