Physiotherapy

Physiotherapists are experts at assessing injuries and physical complaints and formulating a plan with each individual patient to help them reach their goals. Whether your goal is to become an Olympic athlete or simply walk without pain, we are here to help.

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Lymphoedema Treatment and Management

APA Cancer and Lymphoedema Physiotherapist, Jacqueline Eaton, holds the highest qualification of all Lymphoedema therapists on the Central Coast. Her 11 years of experience in this field ensure patients receive the very best advice and care available. Jacqueline and the Physio For You team assist their patients with manual lymphatic drainage massage, compression bandaging, compression garments, exercises, skin care, education and self-management strategies.

For those with Lymphoedema as a result of breast cancer or upper body melanoma, we also fit and supply Amoena breast forms (protheses) and bras. Our trained staff can help you find the right fit from operation to reconstruction and everything in between. 

Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

This service encompasses; Women’s Health, Men’s Health, Pelvic Floor, Continence and Pre- and Postnatal Physiotherapy. 

Common conditions that benefit from Physiotherapy include;

  • Bladder and bowel problems (leakage, frequency, urgency, difficulty emptying)
  • Recurrent UTI’s (urinary tract infection)
  • Cystitis
  • Altered sensation
  • Constipation and faecal incontinence
  • Prolapse
  • Overactive/underactive pelvic floor muscles
  • Pregnancy and post-partum concerns
  • Menopause
  • Pre- and post- prostatectomy 
  • Children (e.g bed wetting)

Complex patients welcome.

Our therapists have over 30 years combined experience treating pelvic floor conditions. Your issues will be handled with care and discretion until resolved. 

  • Private, sound proof rooms
  • Confidentiality
  • Real-time ultrasound
  • Post-graduate trained therapists.

Dry Needling

Acupuncture and dry needling are forms of treatment where very fine acupuncture needles are inserted into the tissues (pierce the skin) in order to create neurophysiological reactions in the body and stimulate a healing effect.

Hydrotherapy

Our Hydrotherapy programs benefit many and large varieties of people. It is very suitable for rehabilitation following injury or surgery, for arthritis sufferers or for general spinal pain and stiffness. Fit and healthy people looking to improve their core strength or just people maintaining their activity levels find hydrotherapy very beneficial.

Home Visits

At Physio For You, we offer home visits to patients who may not be able to drive, have no transport or patients who are physically unable to come to the clinic. We also provide this service to private and DVA patients.

You can get our premium one-on-one treatment you need in the comfort of your own home.

Bra & Breast Form Fitting

It can be hard to find the right undergarments, especially for those who have had breast cancer treatment, breast augmentation, implants or women with genetically large/dense breasts. Our bra sizes range from 10A-26F and come in everyday styles as well as dramatic styles for when you need a little ‘bling’.

Our trained staff can also match you up with a breast form after mastectomy or lumpectomy or for anyone that needs a little evening up. 

At Physio For You, we want you to look as good as you feel… you deserve it.

Vestibular Physiotherapy

Spinning around is only fun on the dancefloor, right?

Alanna Mills has completed post-grad training to be able to treat Vertigo, BPPV, Meniere’s disease, Neuritis, Labyrinthitis, Migraine, Cervicogenic dizziness, Dizziness after trauma or stroke and provide rehab following Acoustic Neuroma surgery.

Alanna uses her extensive brainpower and experience, the latest research and her state-of-the-art infra-red video goggles (Vesticam) to diagnose your condition and implement a plan to get you back to your best.

Exercise Physiology 

Exercise Physiologists are experts at all things exercise. They help improve patients’ quality of life whether that be through assisting people to better manage chronic health conditions, recover from injury or simply for the purpose of wellbeing.

EP’s develop tailored and appropriate rehabilitation programs for those that have suffered musculoskeletal injuries to help strengthen the impacted area as well as to help patients improve functional ability and injury prevention.