What We Offer


Physiotherapy

Physiotherapists are the predominant allied health group within the LifeCare network. Physiotherapy is a science-based healthcare profession that views human movement as central to health and well-being. Physiotherapy aims to maintain and restore human function after disease or injury, to help people achieve quality of life through physical movement. 

Sports Medicine

Sports and Exercise Medicine Physicians treat patients with injuries as well as conditions related to exercise and general activity.

They look after the older athlete as well as women in sport and children with their own very specific needs.

 

pilates

PILATES

Pilates Physiotherapy is a well established method of exercise that is now also used extensively for rehabilitation after Injury. Pilates Physiotherapy is a safe and effective form of exercise and complements the medical management of many injuries.     

podiatry

Podiatry

Podiatry deals with the biomechanics of the feet and lower limbs; diagnose & treat problems of the feet. Podiatrists may manufacture  prescribe orthotics, which assist in stopping pressure lesions, deformity and pain in individuals that may have faulty foot biomechanics.


home services

Home Physiotherapy

Specialises in providing Physiotherapy care to clients in their home. We cater for those people who cannot, or find it difficult to attend a Physiotherapy practice.                                                                                                                                                            

massage therapy

Massage therapy

Remedial Massage can be an effective treatment option for a broad range of patients and conditions from those who are recovering from serious sporting injuries or accidents to desk-bound office workers with chronic shoulder and neck tension. 


exercise

Exercise Classes

Many of our centres conduct small group Exercise sessions. These include, Pilates, Prevention of Falls, Core Stability, Pre and Post Pregnancy, Back to Work and more.

women's health

Women's Health

1 in 3 women could have a problem with incontinence, and it can be prevented with effective physiotherapy. 

Pelvic floor physio can be beneficial for urinary and bowel incontinence, prolapse, pelvic pain, pre and post pregnancy as well as general pelvic floor muscle weakness.  The aim is to help women achieve optimal physical function.