(07) 3511 6352

4/219 Given Terrace Paddington, QLD

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Welcome to our FAQ-page. We have endeavoured to provide information for common concerns regarding appointments. The ‘Contact’ tab can be found in the top right corner, so you can submit an appointment enquiry.

Do you treat DVA patients?

DVA / Veteran’s affairs patients are welcome. Continue reading

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Do you treat Garrison patients?

We accept Garrison referrals for active Defence Force patients. Continue reading

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Is a Referral Necessary?

As a private patient you do not need a referral to see a Physiotherapist. Continue reading

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Opening hours 2015

Bookings can be made by phoning 35116352 or online. If you request an appointment online please state your preferred dates & times and preferred practitioner. Continue reading

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How physiotherapists support athletes

Physiotherapists can work with both professional and amateur athletes to keep them performing at their maximum level. Sport is important for Australians, and many young children grow up in a sporting community, participating in a wide range of activities including … Continue reading

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What happens at my 1st podiatry appointment?

Upon evaluation of your presenting complaint we will provide the treatment you need & advise you on any changes you may need to make including changes to footwear or incorporating stretching or strengthening areas. Continue reading

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What happens at my Child’s 1st podiatry appointment?

We will discuss the treatment plan and needs for reassessment or follow up care. This may be at variable time periods, ongoing or until we are certain that your child is free of problems. Continue reading

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What happens at my 1st sports or biomechanical podiatry appointment?

Upon evaluation of your presenting complaint we will provide the treatment you need and advise you on any changes you may need to make including changes to footwear, training or incorporating stretching or strengthening areas. You may be prescribed orthotics. Continue reading

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Become a Follower on Twitter – PaddoPhysioPod

Become a Follower of @paddophysiopod on Twitter and we’ll tweet you to remind you to do your exercises and watch your posture, & suggest links to great articles. Continue reading

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Like us on facebook! Search Paddington Physiotherapy and Podiatry

Like us on facebook! Search Paddington Physiotherapy and Podiatry and “like” Continue reading

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What bus should I take to Paddington Physio & Podiatry?

What bus should I take to Paddington Physio & Podiatry? Continue reading

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Can I get a Medical Certificate for work, uni or school?

Physiotherapists and Podiatrists as registered health professionals can provide you with a medical certificate for relevant conditions Continue reading

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How do I pay?

We have a 3 tiered system for Private fees. The fee will vary depending on the level of experience of the Physio that you are consulting. There are Postgraduate Physios, Senior Physios and a Specialist Sports Physiotherapist. Continue reading

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When do I need to come back for another appointment?

Normally the first appointments are closer together to get you to a good management stage & appointments are then spread out as you have your home programme going well & are maintaining better. Continue reading

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What if I have more than one condition?

Long or Double appointments are available if you have two or more conditions, please speak to the receptionist when you are booking. Continue reading

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What happens at my first physio appointment?

You will be given an explanation of the factors that have contributed to you developing the condition & movements & activities to be cautious with to avoid exacerbating the pain or preventing recovery. Continue reading

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How to make a Physio appointment?

We will endeavour to make your appointment as convenient for you as we possibly can – Physio & Podiatry Continue reading

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What to bring?

◾An assortment of your footwear may be useful including your joggers.
◾Cyclists should bring their cleats & arrange when to bring their bike.
◾Musicians should bring their musical instrument if relevant & if possible
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What to wear to Physio?

Separates are normally a good idea to wear to Physio. Continue reading

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Where is Paddington Physiotherapy & Podiatry & how do I get there?

We have a handy location on the bus line that goes through Paddington along Given Terrace. There is on-site parking with the entrance via Martha St. Continue reading

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