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Initial Consultation

45 minutes | $125

During an initial physiotherapy consultation, you can expect the following:

1. History

The physiotherapist will ask you about your medical history, current condition, and any specific concerns or goals you have for therapy.

2. Physical Assessment:

A thorough physical examination will be conducted to assess your range of motion, strength, flexibility, and any areas of pain or discomfort.

3. Diagnosis

Based on the assessment, the physiotherapist will provide a preliminary diagnosis and discuss your condition with you.

4. Treatment Plan

A personalized treatment plan will be created, including specific exercises, manual therapy, and other interventions to address your condition.

5. Education

The physiotherapist will educate you about your condition, the treatment plan, and techniques you can use at home to help with your recovery.

6. Goal Setting

You and the physiotherapist will establish goals for your treatment, whether it’s pain reduction, improved function, or increased mobility.

7. Follow-Up

You’ll schedule future appointments to track your progress and make adjustments to your treatment plan as needed.

Remember to provide accurate information about your medical history and symptoms to help the physiotherapist create the most effective treatment plan for you.

Follow-up Appointment

30 minutes | $95

These appointments are typically scheduled to monitor your progress, adjust your treatment plan, and provide further guidance or exercises based on your current condition. It’s important to attend these sessions as recommended by your physiotherapist to ensure you’re on track with your rehabilitation. If you have specific questions or concerns, it’s best to discuss them with your physiotherapist during your consultation.


Remedial Massage

60 minutes | $120

45 minutes | $105

30 minutes | $90

Remedial massage is a therapeutic form of massage that focuses on addressing specific musculoskeletal issues and promoting healing. It often involves techniques such as deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, and myofascial release to target areas of pain, tension, or dysfunction in the body.

It’s commonly used to alleviate muscle pain, improve flexibility, and support recovery from injuries. If you have any specific questions about remedial massage, feel free to ask.