Physiotherapy.

Do you have an injury, chronic condition, illness or niggle which isn’t going away? Move Physio has experienced Physiotherapists who can provide treatment for common issues, as well as more complex problems.

Move Physio operates out of Move for Better Health, located on Unley Road (Malvern) in Adelaide. We adopt an individualised approach to Physiotherapy treatment, in order to produce a solution tailored to you.

Our aim is to help you move better and achieve your goals, whether they are to resolve an injury, manage a health condition, or improve your movement.

Manual therapy, education and exercise are an integral part of our approach to treatment, which aims to holistically address and resolve the injuries or conditions we see for the long term and prevent ongoing recurrences.

Move Physio can help with:

We pride ourselves in offering our patients the latest technologies to help you achieve your outcomes. To create your tailored exercise programs we use a free app called PhysiApp. PhysiApp lets you complete your prescribed exercise program by following crystal-clear, narrated exercise videos. Built-in reminders help you to stay on track towards a better you!

Our practice also fosters a passionate commitment to ongoing professional education, so we can always offer you treatment techniques reflecting the most current research. We also routinely liaise with other allied health professionals as well as GPs or specialists, to coordinate and manage your care from a multidisciplinary perspective.

What to Expect

If you’re seeing Move Physio for the first time or for a new issue, you will require an initial assessment.

Depending on the reason for your visit, this initial assessment is usually 45 minutes in length. During this assessment, your Physiotherapist will speak to you about your medical history, perform a clinical assessment relevant to your issue and provide treatment where appropriate.

Our Physiotherapists also will develop a Recommended Treatment Plan specific to you, which maps out your diagnosis, management options, and recommendations. As every person is different, our treatment plans change depending on your symptoms and goals. The different types of treatment or recommendations we provide may include:

  • Hands-on treatment: Our Physiotherapists are experienced allied health practitioners, with a wide range of special interests. All are committed to ongoing professional development so they can provide up to date treatment plans based on clinical evidence
  • Exercises: We believe that in many cases, movement is medicine. Our allied health practitioners utilise a range of supervised class options or home exercise programmes where appropriate
  • Advice & lifestyle changes: In addition to hands-on and exercise based treatment plans, sometimes lifestyle changes are required to achieve long lasting results
  • Dry Needling: In addition to manual therapy, we also offer Dry Needling which can provide more a more specific way to treat muscles or trigger points
  • Pain education: If you have a long term or chronic condition, we provide pain education and alternative approaches to exercise and treatment
  • Referral to another health professional: Sometimes, Physiotherapy isn’t always the best course of action. We have in-house Exercise Physiologists, Podiatrists, and Psychologists. Together, we provide a multi-disciplinary service under one roof. We also have a network of other high quality health professionals that we refer to if required and if appropriate.

How to Book

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