Below is a list of the top and leading Physiotherapy Centres in Brisbane. To help you find the best Physiotherapy Centres located near you in Brisbane, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Brisbane’s Best Physiotherapy Centres:
The top rated Physiotherapy Centres in Brisbane are:
- Queen Street Physiotherapy
- AXIS Physiotherapy
- Brisbane City Physiotherapy
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Queen Street Physiotherapy
Queen Street Physiotherapy’s Clinic is located in the heart of the Brisbane CBD, inside the Tattersall’s Club on Queen Street.
They have modern, premium facilities that facilitate their client’s healing and wellness. These are individual, private treatment rooms, access to Tattersalls gym with state of the art equipment for rehabilitation, training and education. There is also an access to Tattersalls 25m heated indoor pool for hydrotherapy, running assessment facilities, podiatry, customised orthotics. They are slo offering remedial and therapeutic massage, dry needling and the latest electrotherapy equipment (TENS, Ultrasound, Interferential).
General Physiotherapy, Sports Physiotherapy, Workplace Physiotherapy, Remedial Massage, TrackActive, Corporate Health Packages
“I feel so much better! Norman is a fantastic therapist. Friendly and professional receptionist and great communication from the whole team. I highly recommend Queen Street Physiotherapy and Norman for a therapeutic massage.” – Leila Wright
AXIS Physiotherapy was founded by David Brentnall in 2000. As a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist, he soon realised that having a better understanding of what people do at work, as well as their recreation and sport, and applying that knowledge to their rehabilitation, led to better outcomes for his patients. And so, AXIS REHABILITATION at work was born.
In 2003, Rosemary Grant joined David and, from a three person practice back then, AXIS now employs 30 staff and provides Physio and Occupational Health services throughout four states. Their unique service offering is to provide both quality physiotherapy and occupational rehabilitation, working with clients to deliver the best possible outcomes. AXIS is a signatory endorsing the Health Benefits of Good Work consensus statement produced by the Australian Faculty of Occupational and Environmental Medicine.
All Physiotherapists at AXIS are either APA Musculoskeletal Physiotherapists or Physiotherapists with a special interest in musculoskeletal health. Their team all have exceptional skills in the management of occupational injuries and are committed to providing service excellence. Their strong team approach and emphasis on communication and co-ordination allow them to deliver positive and sustainable benefits to the individual as well as the organisation.
AXIS offer broad-based knowledge and experience in ergonomics, workplace rehabilitation, injury prevention strategies and all relevant workplace health and safety requirements.
Physiotherapy, Psychological Counselling, Women’s and Men’s Pelvic Health, Remedial Massage
“Awesome physio clinic located in downtown Brisbane. They offer general assessment and treatment for musculoskeletal condition but the unique part of their approach is their expertise in the occupational setting. If you work in an office located in the city and are experiencing pain (back, neck, wrist) this clinic would be the ideal to visit. All of their therapists are well-versed in conventional musculoskeletal physiotherapy but also knowledgeable in areas such as setting up an ergonomic workstation, education on self-management, and prescription of any braces/aids. Highly recommended booking in if work is causing you pain!” – Michael Hsu
Brisbane City Physiotherapy
Brisbane City Physiotherapy is conveniently located in the CBD. They pride themselves on providing best practice treatment with an emphasis on “hands on” treatment and specific exercise prescription. Acupuncture or dry needling, reformer pilates and ergonomic assessments are available when requested.
Physiotherapy, Ergonomic Assessments, Reformer Pilates, Acupuncture, Dry Needling, Sports injury Rehabilitation
“The physio I recieved really helped with my scoliosis.” – Laura Gunston
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