Physiotherapy

Physiotherapists assist with improving physical functioning by reducing pain and stiffness and increasing strength and mobility. Assistance is provided with overall disease management and prevention.

What we do

Inpatient (Acute Services)

  • Post-operative physiotherapy
  • Respiratory physiotherapy
  • Mobility and balance screening
  • Women’s Health physiotherapy

Outpatient (Community Services)

  • Rehabilitation Services (see Rehabilitation Services for more information)
  • Hand Therapy
  • Individual treatment for musculoskeletal injuries and conditions, neurological conditions respiratory conditions and general medical/health conditions
  • OPOC (Outpatient Physiotherapy Orthopaedic Clinic – for patients who have undergone knee and hip joint replacements)
  • Residential Aged Care Visits
  • Respiratory Clinic – limited
  • Balance and Mobility Screening Clinic
  • Strength and Stability Exercise Program
  • Parkinson’s Disease Exercise Group

Commonly asked questions

What to bring

On your first assessment, please bring

  • a list of your medications
  • any exercise program that have been prescribed from another service
  • your usual walking aid, if you use one

This service is supported by the Victorian Government and the Australian Government of Health

 

 

Contact: 

Reception
5232 5100

 

Hours: 

Monday to Friday
8.30 am to 5.00 pm

 

Also see: 

Australian Physiotherapy Association

 

How to access this service
A referral to our service is preferred from your GP/Medical Specialist. Please contact us if you wish to discuss this.

If you are 65 Years old and over, or  identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander and are 50 years old or over, you will need a referral through My Aged Care to receive government subsidised services if they are not related to a period of rehabilitation or a specialist clinic service. You can contact My Aged Care through the website or by phone or request support from our staff to complete this referral.