Welcome to Goodsports Physiotherapy And Spinal Care
For better than GOOD - sports physiotherapy and spinal care.
- Leading Brisbane North side physio.
- Experience working with elite athletes including Brisbane Broncos NRL and olympic swimming.
- On the spot health fund rebates.
- Preferred providers with BUPA, Medibank Private and HCF More for Muscles program.
- No doctor referral needed in most cases.
- WorkCover and DVA with referrals
- Hands on treatment.
- Dry needling / western acupuncture.
- Remedial Massage Therapy.
Pain, stiffness, trigger points, muscle tension and other conditions respond well to massage, but it is just one modality in a long list of treatments that physiotherapists carry out. Read more →
Joint injuries are among the most common problems experienced by physiotherapy patients. These injuries may result from trauma such as injury or from wear and tear to the joint as in the case of arthritis. Read more →
Groin injuries most commonly involve the adductor muscles that go from the pelvis to the knee and help to bring the leg in toward the body. Read more →
Volleyball injuries fall into two categories: traumatic or overuse. Traumatic injuries may result from a sudden force or impact and overuse injuries result due to repetitive movements over a length of time. Read more →
Exercise is essential to recovery from sports injuries, following surgery, after an acute trauma, in the management of acute and chronic low back pain, neck pain and headaches and in the treatment of arthritis and osteoporosis. Read more →
Rupturing your Achilles tendon can be painful and disruptive to your lifestyle and worst of all, can linger for years. Read more →
Upon being discharged from physiotherapy treatment, your physiotherapist will very likely give you a home exercise program of exercises to follow. Read more →
Stretching is a part of exercise that is often ignored, by seasoned athletes as well as ordinary people. Eager to begin their workout, they jump right into it without properly stretching. Read more →
Though a personal trainer can't replace a physiotherapist it is the next best thing while you are training. Read more →
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