Physiotherapy at OnePointHealth
Our team of Physiotherapists have over 50 years experience in helping our local community decrease pain and improve their quality of life, with great success. The foundation of this success is based on implementing the latest in evidence-based physiotherapy practices. This means we use the latest clinical research to guide our efforts in promoting, preventing, screening, assessing and of course treating musculoskeletal conditions.
In addition to the treatment of musculoskeletal conditions, our physio team plays a key role in helping treat those with chronic conditions such as cardiovascular disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, diabetes, osteoporosis, obesity, and hypertension.
Our team of physiotherapists have a number clinical area of expertise. With experience in treating professional sporting teams, to running post-operative rehabilitation classes for the elderly, or treating the office worker with a sore neck, we have the skills and knowledge to help you.
What is Physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy is a science-based profession that helps people affected by injury, illness or disability. Movement, exercise, manual therapy, education and guidance are all ways in which a physiotherapist can help people of all ages to manage and prevent pain, and maintain good health.
At OnePointHealth we are big believers in empowering our patients, by getting them involved in their own healthcare and allowing them to understand their health. We do this by ensuring education and awareness is a key focus in our practice.
How are we different?
Our Physiotherapy team works closely with a larger team of health care services available at OnePointHealth. This approach is known as integrated healthcare and research shows that patients have improved health outcomes when compared to non- integrated healthcare treatment. This is due to the availability of multiple services under one roof, thus improving:
- Patient and practitioner communication processes
- Accessibility to services
- Accuracy of diagnosis and treatment
- Patient convenience