0403 338 255
6/119-123 Colburn Avenue,
Victoria Point QLD 4165


We accept: all Private health funds (Hicaps). NB. No referral necessary. All accepted and current WorkCover claims. Accepted Compulsory Third Party (CTP) claims. All Department Veterans Affairs (DVA) clients with a current referral.

Hours of Operation

Mon- Fri 800am- 530pm or by negotiation. Some Saturday mornings by appointment.


Abundant off street parking available on site.


Appointments and enquiries may be made: By phone, email, in person.

What to bring on your initial physiotherapy visit.

  1. Wear light comfortable clothing.
  2. Do not apply any gels or preparations to the skin 12 hours prior.
  3. Any clinical documentation eg. Referrals, X-rays etc.
  4. Your private health care card – for processing at the point of sale. Claim number (for WorkCover and CTP claims).
  5. A list of your current medications.

What to expect at your initial visit.

  1. You will be asked a series of questions(subjective) in order for the physiothaerapist to ascertain the nature of your problem.
  2. You will then be asked to perform a number of physical tasks in order for your physiotherapist to be able to design a treatmen t plan.
  3. Your treatment will then commence (see below).
  4. At the conclusion of each intervention you will again be asked to perform a task(s) to ascertain the immediate effectiveness of that treatment intervention.
  5. The physiotherapist may use various pieces of equipment to assist in measurement eg goniometer for recording joint range of motion.

What types of Physiotherapy Treatment are there?

  1. Joint mobilisation therapy which involves a controlled rhythmical manual pressure on the joint structures- in order to assist with either pain or stiffness.
  2. Electrotherapy modalities like ultrasonic therapy which may assist in healing, pain relief, flexibility and oedema.
  3. Advice regarding management of your symptoms eg compression for oedema etc.
  4. Exercises both in rooms and for home.
  5. Aids to assist your recovery eg. Splinting, taping, walking sticks etc.
  6. Manual soft tissue techniques eg. massage to assist in the management of soft tissue tightness, tenderness, pain relief, local oedema and healing