|As 2020 comes to a close, we would like to extend a huge thank you to our community for your continued support throughout this year. |
Our clinic hours will vary over this holiday season, as our team enjoys a well-deserved break. We have outlined these changes below, and encourage people to book in advance to ensure you don’t miss out on an appointment.
Updated 28th July 2021
From 11:59pm Tuesday 27 July restrictions across South Australia have eased. Stay at home orders have now been lifted.
Our clinics are now open for all physiotherapy appointments and PEC classes. As per the government guidelines, masks are still mandatory at all of our clinics. We also ask that you please check in upon arrival using the SAfe covid app.
Read the latest advice from SA Health – https://aspt.me/SA-COVID-updateRead more
Olivia graduated with a Masters of Physiotherapy from Flinders University in 2017.
As a physiotherapist, she has a keen interest in helping people recover from recent injury or chronic pain conditions, as well as a passion for healthy aging and creating positive exercise experiences for all clients.
Outside of the clinic, Olivia also works in the community as a sports physiotherapist for Hectorville Football club, and in her spare time she can be found ballet dancing and enjoying yoga.Read more
Angela has specialised her career in musculoskeletal physiotherapy in London where she has worked with patients ranging from those with acute sporting injuries, complex musculoskeletal issues, pre and postnatal women, and chronic pain.
She combines the most up to date evidence based techniques including manual therapies, dry needling, rehabilitation and education to ensure you achieve all of your movement goals to get you back to living life to the fullest.
She has a keen passion for Pilates, hiking and loves baking up a storm in the kitchen.Read more
Angelique graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of South Australia in 2019.
Throughout her studies and beyond, she gained a special interest in neurological conditions and the impact that physiotherapy can have on rehabilitation. She also has a keen interest in paediatric physiotherapy, and strives to empower children and their families/caregivers to achieve their goals. Read more
Have you ever heard the saying, one size fits all. This is definitely not the case when it comes to braces. There are many types of braces for different body areas such as the ankle, elbow, knee or even for the same body part. Read more
Alistair graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of South Australia in 2003. He has had extensive experience working in the area of musculoskeletal physiotherapy in Adelaide for well over 15 years.
Hydrotherapy is an effective way of using warm water to assist in rehabilitation of acute and chronic injuries.
What makes hydrotherapy so effective is it uses water’s properties to create a fun, interactive environment which can help relieve pain and improve your range of motion. Hydrotherapy can also help increase your strength by pushing against the resistance of the water, allow you to perform exercises that you normally couldn’t on land due to your now buoyant nature and keep your muscles warm and relaxed. Read more
No doubt you have heard the whispers about Private health companies changing their cover so that Pilates will not be accessible with private health insurance. Here at The Physio Clinic we have used this information and other evidence based knowledge to arrange better and more comprehensive exercise classes for you.
This does not mean we are boycotting Pilates but incorporating Pilates exercises into a personalized gym program made for your body and any injuries which accompany it. Physio exercise classes (PEC) can be useful for any age, young or old and for any condition from plantarfascitis, tension headaches, low back pain or exercise after pregnancy. Read more
While gyms have closed and have been this way for a number of weeks now, many of us have taken to the streets! ….to run or walk in order to maintain fitness or just as an excuse to leave the house while working from home or self isolating. Read more