Physiotherapy

BaiMed Physiotherapists are highly-trained, dedicated and focused on the physical wellbeing of our patients.

Old or young, active or not, we provide treatment options for chronic pain, musculoskeletal disorders and acute injury rehabilitation.

BaiMed Physiotherapists are highly-trained, dedicated and focused on the physical wellbeing of our patients.

Old or young, active or not, we provide treatment options for chronic pain, musculoskeletal disorders and acute injury rehabilitation.

  • Low back pain
  • Sciatica
  • Neck pain and headaches
  • Tennis elbow
  • Post-surgery rehabilitation
  • Athlete screening to prevent injuries
  • Ergonomic workplace assessments
  • Wrist and hand injuries
  • Ankle sprains
  • Shin splints
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Sports injuries
  • Persistent pain
  • Poor posture
  • Patella pain (knee cap)
  • Hamstring injuries
  • Hip pain
  • Core stability training
  • Work-related injuries
  • Loss of mobility
  • Repetitive strain injuries
  • Calf strains
  • Rotator Cuff injuries
  • Achilles tendinopathy
  • Tendinopathy and tendon loading problems
  • Gait analysis and orthotics
  • Exercise preparation
  • Motor vehicle accident (MVA) injuries

…and many more. Please contact us to discuss any conditions not listed here.

Massage – soft and deep tissue techniques

Joint manipulation and mobilisation – to reduce pain and stiffness

Mobility programs and specific muscle activation relearning

Customised exercise programs to strengthen muscles and improve mobility

Dry Needling (similar to acupuncture)

Assistance with the use of aids (splints and crutches)

Education (injury prevention, home exercise and rehabilitation programs)

Sports taping

  1. What is the primary goal of physiotherapy?

Answer: Physiotherapy aims to restore, maintain, and improve a patient’s functional abilities, mobility, and overall quality of life by addressing various physical impairments, disabilities, and injuries. This is achieved through personalized treatment plans, including manual therapy, exercise prescription, and education on self-management strategies.

  1. Do I need a doctor’s referral to see a physiotherapist?

Answer: In most cases, you do not need a doctor’s referral to see a physiotherapist. However, obtaining a referral may be beneficial for certain insurance coverage or funding programs and can facilitate better communication between your healthcare providers.

  1. What should I wear to my physiotherapy appointment?

Answer: It is best to wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing that allows for easy movement during your session. Depending on the area being treated, you may be asked to change into a gown or shorts provided by the clinic. It is also a good idea to wear appropriate footwear, such as running shoes, for any exercise-based treatments.

  1. How many physiotherapy sessions will I need?

Answer: The number of sessions required varies depending on the nature and severity of your condition, your individual goals, and your response to treatment. Your physiotherapist will reassess your progress regularly and adjust your treatment plan accordingly to ensure the best possible outcome.

  1. Is physiotherapy painful?

Answer: Physiotherapy treatments can sometimes involve mild discomfort, especially during manual therapy or when performing specific exercises. However, your physiotherapist will work closely with you to ensure that any discomfort is manageable and within your tolerance levels. Communication is key; always inform your physiotherapist if you experience pain or discomfort during your treatment.

Locations

Wollongong Clinic

Level 3, Suite 3, 354/358 Crown Street

Wollongong NSW 2500

1300 BAIMED (1300 224 633)

Performance Centre

Level 1-147 The Avenue,

Figtree NSW 2525

1300 BAIMED (1300 224 633)

Woonona Clinic

44 Hopetoun Street,

Woonona NSW 2517

1300 BAIMED (1300 224 633)

Albion Park Clinic

131 Tongarra Rd,

Albion Park NSW 2527

1300 BAIMED (1300 224 633)

Kiama Clinic

15/3 Brown Street,

Kiama NSW 2533

1300 BAIMED (1300 224 633)

Shoalhaven Clinic

103 Kinghorne Street,

Nowra NSW 2541

1300 BAIMED (1300 224 633)

Canberra City Clinic

Level 1, 71-73 London Cct,

Canberra ACT 2601

1300 BAIMED (1300 224 633)

Casey Clinic

Shop 1, Casey Market Town, 15 Kingsland Prd,

Casey ACT 2913

1300 BAIMED (1300 224 633)

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Meet Our Team

Scott Muttdon
Scott MuttdonPrincipal Physiotherapist
Kat Dawson
Kat DawsonManager of Clinical Services & Physiotherapist
Liam Richardson
Liam RichardsonPhysiotherapist
Christine Hutton
Christine HuttonPhysiotherapist
Jane Katkjaer
Jane KatkjaerPhysiotherapist
Benjamin Kearton
Benjamin KeartonPhysiotherapist
Jack Mack
Jack MackPhysiotherapist
Ryan Parker
Ryan ParkerPhysiotherapist
Melinda Sandon
Melinda SandonPhysiotherapist
Jordan Scott
Jordan ScottPhysiotherapist
Lachlan Waters
Lachlan WatersPhysiotherapist
Dean Zalunardo
Dean ZalunardoPhysiotherapist
Warren Hobson
Warren HobsonPhysiotherapist
Tristan Brazulaitis
Tristan BrazulaitisPhysiotherapist
Angus Clark
Angus ClarkPhysiotherapist
Belinda Condy
Belinda CondyPhysiotherapist
Matt Cook
Matt CookPhysiotherapist
Samantha Sunderland
Samantha SunderlandPhysiotherapist

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