Monthly Archives: March 2011
Many musculoskeletal conditions are often attributed to either old age, being overweight or even sometime because of the weather. As many of you know, here at Paddington Physio, we all loathe to attribute conditions to age. However, it is more … Continue reading
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Kitty is our walk-leader & fitness assistant & whilst a bit inexperienced, Kitty makes up for this in enthusiasm. Being very fond of her food, Kitty is a great believer in regular exercise to keep her trim & toned! She … Continue reading
Amy is studying her fourth year of a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of Queensland. She has experience in the hospitality and retail industries.
‘The GAP Buz’ – 385 leaves from the Cultural Centre about every 15-20mins and goes via King George Square Station and past the back of Roma St Station to the stop just after Suncorp Stadium. From the city, you … Continue reading
Liza’s interests lie in sports & musculoskeletal medicine, particularly lower limb injury in the recreational athlete. After graduating from University of Queensland in 1993, Liza spent two years working in outpatient musculoskeletal physiotherapy & in the field of sports physiotherapy … Continue reading
Physiotherapists and podiatrists as registered health professionals can provide you with a medical certificate for relevant conditions e.g. low back pain for work, university or school. A medical certificate may also be needed for temporary uniform changes such as footwear.
As a private patient you can claim on the spot (HICAPS) with your health fund card & use Visa, MasterCard, AMEX & EFTPOS or cash. Payment is expected at the time of treatment. DVA / Veteran’s affairs patients are bulk … Continue reading
There is no recipe for all conditions so the timeframe for your subsequent appointment will depend on a number of factors including your expectations & needs regarding return to sport or work, the amount of pain you are in, your … Continue reading
Double appointments are available if you have two or more conditions, please speak to the receptionist when you are booking. Sometimes if you have two or more unrelated conditions it may be easier for you to address each problem at … Continue reading
Ideally try to arrive early especially for your first visit as there is some necessary paperwork to be completed. We treat all patients one-to-one with individual appointments so if you arrive late you make it difficult for us to spend … Continue reading
We will endeavour to make your appointment as convenient for you as we possibly can. For either a Physiotherapy or a Podiatry appointment there are a few ways to book an appointment: You can call the practice on (07) 3511 … Continue reading
As a private patient you do not need a referral but we welcome referrals from Doctors, Specialists, your employer, coach, personal trainer etc Please inform us if you want your personal trainer, coach or employer phoned or emailed regarding your … Continue reading
X-Rays & other imaging such as CT scan, Ultrasound & MRI or the reports from the investigations if you have them. If you have not had investigations & the physio thinks you need them then the physio will refer you … Continue reading
Separates are normally a good idea such as shorts/jeans/track-pants & a shirt but we do have some shorts & T shirts available for those coming straight from work. Normally we do need to expose the area we are treating so … Continue reading
Our practice is located in Paddington which is an inner west suburb of Brisbane, Queensland, North of the river, just a short walk or drive from the city. Suncorp stadium or Lang Park as it is still known by the … Continue reading
Welcome to our FAQ-page. On this page you will be able to find the answer to a wide variety of questions. Feel free to have a browse through, to see if your answer is here.