What do our Physiotherapists Do?

Physiotherapists use advanced clinical skills including examination, diagnosis and physical treatment techniques in order to restore normal mobility, function and quality of life following physical injury or impairment. The physios at Cremorne Physio are all highly qualified and very experienced clinicians, who are experts in both “hands on” treatments, as well as exercise prescription and rehabilitation.

Our physios use the latest evidence based techniques including joint/soft tissue mobilisation and manipulation, dry needling, taping, electrotherapy and various other “hands on” therapies to assist with pain management and injury repair. We also prescribe stretching and exercise programs which are individually tailored towards helping each patient achieve their specific goals. We use the latest technology and clinical research to stay at the cutting edge of the profession, so you can rest assured that when you see any one of our physios, you will receive the best treatment available!

We listen to you!

We understand that each patient has very specific, individual needs and goals, whether it is learning to walk again, returning to work, running a marathon, or anything in between! We also understand that your injury, pain or dysfunction is standing between you and your desired lifestyle and adversely affecting your quality of life. That is the real reason why you are here! Everything we do at Cremorne Physio is aimed at helping you to achieve these goals, restore your quality of life and ultimately… love the way you feel.

What sets us apart?

  • Winner of the Local Business Awards
  • Open early until late weekdays plus open Saturdays
  • On-the-spot health fund claims
  • Personal, one-on-one treatments in private consulting rooms
  • Cutting edge technology such as Gaitscan and PhysiApp
  • The physio of choice trusted by families on the Lower North Shore since 2001

What’s involved in a physio consultation?

Your initial consultation will usually be a longer appointment involving a thorough assessment and full treatment. Your physio will diagnose and clearly explain your injury to you, as well as outline a treatment plan and recommendations for your road to recovery. Subsequent consultations are focussed on implementing the treatment plan and progressing you toward your treatment goals. All treatments are conducted one-on-one in private consulting rooms and our physios will never see more than one patient at a time. Your recovery is as important to us as it is to you. Therefore, it is imperative that we follow the treatment plan and appointment schedule laid out by your physio in order to achieve optimal results.

What do our physios treat?

  • Back, Neck & Shoulder Pain
  • Wrist & Hand Pain
  • Hip, Leg, Knee & Foot Pain
  • Sprains & Strains
  • Pain Management
  • Poor Posture & Balance
  • Joint Injuries
  • Ligament Injuries
  • Muscle Injuries & Tears
  • Acute and Chronic Sports Injuries
  • Pre & Post-Operative Rehabilitation
  • Bursitis
  • Tendonitis
  • Headaches

Do I need a doctor’s referral to see a physio?

You do not need a referral to see one of our physios. We work very closely with our local doctors and surgeons and while a referral is always welcome, it is not essential for private patients. If you are a Workers’ Compensation, Veteran’s Affairs, Medicare (Care Plan) or CTP patient, then you do require a referral from your doctor prior to your initial consultation.

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