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South Melbourne Physio Clinic Helping The Community Feel Better.
Many of us go out to our Local Park or recreational centre to play on a sports team with our friends. Melbourne is the sporting capital of , and as such, a lot of our young men and women love to play all sorts of sports. However, sometimes things go wrong out on the field, and a player will be injured.
Our South Melbourne based physio clinic expert staff knows how frustrating not being able to play is, and we are keen to get your body back into action. Whether you play football, cricket, basketball, softball or anything else, we will look after your injury and help you through the recovery process.
The team at the Centre for Musculoskeletal Medicine aim to provide excellence in physical therapy of sporting and non-sporting muscle and joint injuries.
If you are based near St Kilda, Albert Park, Middle Park, Port Melbourne, Melbourne City, or anywhere in the central southern suburbs of Melbourne, even the city, our clinic in South Melbourne is only a few minutes away from you, and a great convenience.
What to expect from Physiotherapy treatment
Our aim is to form an accurate diagnosis and develop a physiotherapy treatment plan, which is specific to the damaged structure and stage of the healing process. The aim of treatment is to restore normal function in damaged tissues.
On your first physiotherapy consultation, your clinician will perform a detailed assessment to identify the primary and any secondary causes of your symptoms. They will explain their findings to you in easy to understand language. Things to expect include:
- Soft tissue techniques
- Mobilisation of joints
- Clinical Pilates for the prevention and rehabilitation of the injury
- Taping to protect joints and injured tissue
- Assessment and treatment of postural and spinal alignment
- Interventional radiology
- Electro modalities
- Shock wave therapy
- Real time ultrasound for rehabilitation
When to visit a Physiotherapist
- Muscle strains
- Ligament sprains
- Joint dislocations
- Cartilage injuries
- General overuse injuries
- Shin splints
- Tennis elbow
- Stress fractures
Fees: All sessions are claimable if you have private health insurance extras. Fund claims are processed on the day of visit via the HICAPS system.
We can be contacted by calling (03) 9699 2499, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or come into our office located at 300 Albert Road, South Melbourne to book a consultation. If you are travelling from Port Melbourne, St Kilda or nearby areas, you can find further information on travel options on the Contact Us page.