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Welcome to The Physio Clinic
At The Physio Clinic, our aim is to get you back to work, sport and life faster. Our focus is to provide personalised care, empower you through education and help you achieve long lasting results.
We’re a South Australian owned and operated group of physio practices, established in 2002. Our qualified physiotherapists are highly experienced and seek to listen, understand and work with you to achieve your goals.
Our clinics are committed to being at the forefront of delivering evidence-based treatment, and have forged a strong reputation based on quality and wide ranging services.
We are proud to offer a variety of physiotherapists across our locations who have completed further studies in the science of pain and in the treatment of pain using a combination of hands-on and exercise based treatment..
It has been over a year since the 100th COVID-19 case was recorded in March 2020, Australians are working from home more than they were before the pandemic, and they expect this pattern to continue, according to data released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS). Stats have revealed that around 47 per cent of employed Australians expected the amount of work from home to remain the same, 11 per cent expected a decrease and 8 per cent expected an increase*.
It is estimated that 150,000 Australians are diagnosed with cancer per year. However, advances in detection and treatment technologies mean that more and more people are surviving. The effects of cancer and its treatments can be ongoing, and may have large impacts on cancer survivor’s quality of life.
Exercise is an effective method of helping to manage these effects and has the power to:
Maintain body weightManage cancer-related fatiguePreserve bone densityImprove moodImprove body imageProtect against cancer-related cognitive declinePrevent some types of cancerReduce the risk of recurrenceImprove the effectiveness of treatmentManage the risk of developing other conditions
Engaging in exercise is an important aspect of maintaining your health. It is recommended that you try to complete 20 minutes or more of aerobic exercise (e.g. walking, swimming, cycling) on most days of the week, and strength training twice per week. This may seem like a lot, but start small with what you can manage, and gradually build up over time.
It is normal to have fluctuations in energy day to day, and you will find some days will be harder than others, but even completing a few minutes of exercise each day will be beneficial. Finding activities you enjoy doing, and exercising with others can help in finding the motivation to be active.
Exercise Physiologists are university qualified allied health professionals. They program, deliver and evaluate safe and effective, evidence-based exercise interventions to assist in the management of a variety of medical conditions, injuries and disabilities.
Exercise Physiologists work with a range of people; from healthy individuals looking to increase their exercise, to those with medical conditions that may benefit from exercise management. Some categories of conditions commonly treated by Exercise Physiologists include, but are not limited to: