Physiotherapy

At the UQ Physiotherapy Clinics, we work with you to improve your activity and participation so that you can get the most out of life. Our clinics provide physiotherapy for:

  • Children and teenagers;
  • People having trouble or pain with day-to-day activities; 
  • People with sports injuries;
  • People with mobility, balance and neurological issues.

You will receive services from physiotherapy students who are being supervised at all times by a fully qualified and highly experienced physiotherapist.

Referrals are not required to attend our clinics.

 

Our services

Musculoskeletal and sports injury

We aim to identify the causes and solutions for the physical ailments and issues you are experiencing. We will work with you to develop a plan to keep you active and recovering from your injury. This might include doing movement exercises, hands-on therapy, advice on your posture in the workplace, and retraining how you move.

Our dedicated team of physiotherapists work with people with conditions such as:

  • Arthritis and joint pain
  • Back pain
  • Neck pain and headaches
  • Posture related pain
  • Rehabilitation following injury such as anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tear
  • Rehabilitation following surgery such as total knee replacement (TKR) or shoulder reconstruction
  • Sports or work related injuries such as sprains and strains
  • Tendinopathy or tendonitis

Contact us to find out more information.

Neurological, ageing and balance (NAB)

The NAB clinic specialises in the rehabilitation of neurological conditions in adults. Our goal is to improve your safety and independence with physical activities. With you we individualise programmes to optimise healthy ageing.  

We can assist with:

  • Falls prevention, balance and vestibular dysfunction
  • Improving your mobility, co-ordination, sensation, and balance
  • Walking and running training and practise
  • Strength and coordination
  • Improving your safety, independence and physical ability
  • Identifying your need for mobility aids such as walking aides and wheelchairs

We also offer fun, friendly group classes that work on individual goals in a social and motivational setting. We are currently running:

  • Balance group
  • Intensive Circuit group
  • Parkinson’s group
  • Running group
  • Upper Limb Function group

Our dedicated and experienced team of neurological physiotherapists work with people with neurological conditions such as:

  • Acquired brain injury
  • Cerebral palsy
  • Foot drop
  • Guillain-Barré syndrome
  • Hypoxic brain injury
  • Mobility issues and changes due to normal ageing
  • Mobility issues and changes post-surgery
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Peripheral neuropathy
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Stroke
  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Vestibular dysfunction (such as benign paroxysmal positional vertigo and general vertigo)

Contact us to find out more information.

Children's physiotherapy

Your child’s healthy and happy development is our priority. We provide physiotherapy for babies, kids, and teenagers throughout their growing years. Your sessions are planned with the child and you so together we can target your individual needs.

Physiotherapy sessions are delivered in a fun, safe, engaging and fully supervised environment. Our dedicated and experienced team of paediatric (children’s) physiotherapists work with you and your baby, child or teenager if they need assistance with concerns such as:

  • Meeting developmental milestones such as head control, rolling, crawling, standing, walking and running
  • Improving motor planning and attention to participate better in physical activity and sport
  • Managing pain and discomfort, and improving movement after injury
  • Managing movement and postural difficulties in children with diagnoses such as Cerebral Palsy, Down’s syndrome, Rett’s syndrome, and Prader Willi syndrome
  • Managing movement and postural difficulties in children with orthopaedic and musculoskeletal disorders such as torticollis and plagiocephaly, joint hypermobility syndrome,  Ehlers Danlos, and idiopathic juvenile arthritis
  • Improving motor skills related to Developmental Co-ordination Disorder, developmental delay or other risk factors such as premature birth
  • Improving concentration, learning, movement planning and organisation associated with behavioural disorders such as Attention Deficit (AD) and Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Contact us to find out more information.