Pre & Post Surgery Rehab.

Our Physiotherapists and Exercise Physiologist can prepare you for surgery, as well as get back to your best following the procedure. We can help you with pre & post surgery rehab for:

Our staff have many years of experience working within hospital orthopaedic and rehabilitation centres. We provide hands on Physiotherapy treatment and prescribe exercises gently and appropriately prepare for surgery, or to get you back on track afterwards.

About Pre & Post Surgery Rehab

We work closely with your surgeon, GP and other health professionals involved in your surgery to ensure you receive the best possible care throughout your rehab, and progress your hands-on treatment and exercise at an appropriate rate.

Even though your surgery or injury may be routine or common, no two people progress at exactly the same rate. We individualise your treatment to ensure it is suitable for your needs.

If you require pre & post surgery rehab and exercise as part of your treatment, our Gym classes or Equipment classes may be of benefit for you.

What to Expect

If you’re seeing us 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 can vary from 45-60 minutes. During this assessment, your allied health professional will speak to you about your medical history, perform a clinical assessment relevant to your issue, provide treatment where appropriate and outline a recommended treatment plan to address your concerns. As every person is different, our treatment plans change depending on what your symptoms and goals are.

How to Book

To book with any of our experienced & qualified allied health staff, you can:

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