Welcome to Goodsports Physiotherapy And Spinal Care
We would like to assure all our patients that we are taking every precaution as advised by the Australian Physiotherapy Association and the Department of Health to prevent the spread of the infectious Corona virus, COVID-19.
We intend to stay open as long as possible while we meet the requirements set by the government and health officials. All staff, clinical and nonclinical, have a thorough understanding of infection control procedures.
If you have recently travelled overseas or been in contact with known cases of COVID-19 do not attend treatment. If you have any flu like symptoms, please do not attend.
We will update any changes based on Health Department advice.
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.
Clinical research is vital in the field of physiotherapy. Physiotherapists regularly take broad new evidence based research to back up their treatments methods. Read more →
Fibromyalgia is a chronic condition that manifests itself among other things in widespread pain and tenderness, fatigue, weakness in the limbs, poor sleep and low grade fever. Read more →
Overuse, overtraining, weak muscles and tendons, trauma, poor technique and incorrect footwear can all lead to foot injuries. In this article we will look at some of the most common foot injuries and how physiotherapy can help. Read more →
The main areas that are injured while swimming are the shoulders and the knees. However, muscle cramps also occur as well as injuries of the back and neck. Read more →
The word acupuncture comes from the Latin word for needle (acus) and it means "puncturing of bodily tissue for the relief of pain". Read more →
The athlete who continues to exercise incorrectly with knee pain could be doing great harm. In serious cases, medical treatment may be necessary. Read more →
Knee pain is a common reason for seeking physiotherapy. Because of its location, function and anatomy, the knee is more susceptible to injury than any other joint. Read more →
Careful preparation is crucial to accomplishing a half marathon, especially if you are new to exercise. Read more →
Physiotherapists are emphasising the mental and psychological aspects of their patients' approach to rehabilitation in making a full recovery. Read more →
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