Is It Time to See A Physio?

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  1. Got aches and pains?

Back and neck pain isn’t the only reason to go and see a physiotherapist. Physiotherapists can identify the source of, and treat the symptoms, across the board: whether you’re experiencing ongoing pain or discomfort in a certain part of the body, have recently had surgery, or have woken up with pain or sensations that you haven’t experienced in the past.

Victoria Physiotherapy Group can assist you with a variety of conditions, including; back and neck pain or tightness, ongoing headaches, vertigo, joint pain, sprains and strains, sporting injuries, and any other ailment that causes pain or restriction. We can also work closely and carefully with patients who have recently had surgery and require physical rehabilitation and ongoing care – including joint replacements, ligament repair and spinal surgery.

  1. How can a physio help my headaches and migraines? How much pain is enough to warrant an appointment?

Headaches aren’t always caused by or originate within the head itself, and many arise from pain or tension elsewhere in the body. Many people experience headaches due to underlying issues in the neck or shoulder girdle, due to joint restriction, muscle tension, or stress and posture demands. For some people, this can cause ongoing headaches or regular painful migraines.

When it comes to headaches that are particularly painful or regular, it’s time to book in with a physiotherapist. Even if it doesn’t seem like a big problem now, it can lead to further pain and dysfunction down the track – and it’s always best to get a professional to investigate what the major cause is and treat it appropriately. At Victoria Physiotherapy Group, we use techniques to not only relieve the pain or discomfort that you are experiencing, but to treat the primary cause of the issue to ensure a complete recovery.

  1. Is physio a good treatment after surgery or injury?

Physiotherapy is an excellent treatment for both rehabilitation and ongoing care after surgery or a sporting injury. Your physiotherapist can assist you to restore range of motion and strength to the affected area, therefore facilitating a complete recovery. At Victoria Physiotherapy Group, we look after people from all walks of life who have had various forms of surgery, and work closely with clients to provide them with a tailored physical rehabilitation program.

  1. Are there any conditions or ailments that most people don’t realise can be improved through physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy isn’t just about regular treatments. At Victoria Physiotherapy Group, we are experienced and knowledgeable in treating other issues like vertigo and dizziness, tennis elbow, respiratory issues, and women’s health issues like mastitis and incontinence. We provide gym and hydrotherapy programs as part of our treatment and rehabilitation plans, and run regular Clinical Pilates classes as an accompanying treatment.

At Victoria Physiotherapy Group, we have a team of experienced and friendly physiotherapists who are ready, willing and able to help you get your body back up and running. Take a look at our website to read about some of our services and treatments, and get in touch today to book an appointment.

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