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We’re COVID Safe and can’t wait to see you!

Quakers Hill Physiotherapy is a registered COVID Safe Business. That means we have a COVID Safe Plan in place to protect you during your visit to our practice. We regularly update this plan to reflect the changing conditions and government requirements. As part of your family’s trusted healthcare team, we want to answer any questions you may have. We’re open …

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Pushing Through the Pain?

Repeated movements can cause wear and tear on the muscles, tendons, bones, and nerves of the body by stressing them beyond their physical limit. This damage can lead to pain, inflammation, delayed healing, and loss of function. The main cause of overuse injuries is a rapid increase in frequency, intensity or duration of a repetitive type action. Common overuse injuries …

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Neck Pain and Headaches?

Headaches are often caused by disorders of the neck or physical and emotional tension. Headaches can start as pain at the top of the neck and as the pain worsens it can spread to the back of the head, the temples, forehead, or behind the eyes. Physiotherapy can successfully treat headaches originating from the neck or soft tissues and show …

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Spinal Pain Holding You Back?

Prompt physiotherapy assessment, diagnosis and treatment of low back pain will have you feeling and moving better more quickly. Back pain can also refer into the hip and leg. It is important to quickly determine the underlying cause to get fast relief. Once the underlying cause of the acute or chronic low back pain is determined treatment may include hands …

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Sports Injury Taking It’s Toll?

Early physiotherapy management of a sports injury is essential to quickly regain range of movement, strength and rehabilitate full function enabling a prompt return to your sport, exercise or physical activity. Acute soft tissue injuries such as ankle ligament sprains, muscle strains and contusions should be assessed within 48 hours. Early initiation of rehabilitation measures specific to the region and …

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