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We help active people overcome pain and injury.

Physiotherapy, Stafford Heights, Brisbane

We understand the frustration of pain and injury holding you back.

Replace doubt and uncertainty with a physiotherapy rehab plan that gives hope and inspires confidence. Our physiotherapists will help get you back to living life on your terms!

Feel reassured and confident through understanding:
  • Your Injury
  • Why it’s happened
  • What you can do to help right now
  • Your full rehab plan and timeline

Experts in:

Our Physiotherapists can help you with:

  • Sporting Injuries
  • Performance Rehab
  • Post Operative Rehab
  • Muscle Tears
  • Injury Prevention
  • Joint Sprains

Our facilities:



Our expert physiotherapy offerings

First Time Patients


For first time patients or a new injury. Your initial session includes history taking, assessment and diagnosis, rehabilitation planning and initial treatment (up to 40 minutes in length).

Initial Consultation

Treatment Room


For treatments involving hands-on work and simple exercises with bands and dumbbells. Book this follow-up if you'd prefer the privacy of our treatment room (up to 40 minutes in length).

Follow-up Visit

Gym Based Treatment


For physiotherapy treatment involving strength and conditioning using gym equipment including cardio/resistance machines, barbells or dumbbells (up to 40 minutes in length).

Follow-up Visit

Frequently Asked Questions

The average cost of physiotherapy in Brisbane ranges from $90 to $130. Price is dependent on qualifications, experience, location and treatment session length. Physiotherapy session cost can often be offset by claiming a portion back from your private health provider.

Yes! Physiotherapists are first contact practitioners meaning you do not require a referral to see a physiotherapist. Their training includes the knowledge and ability to identify when investigations should be escalated either through imaging or referral to another health professional such as your GP, a specialist or for imaging. Your physiotherapist will provide you with advice that will allow you to make an informed decision about your health.

Physiotherapists are highly trained across multiple systems in the body. They can assess, diagnose or treat:

  • Muscle, bone and joint injuries and conditions
  • Cardiorespiratory conditions (ie. COPD, cystic fibrosis)
  • Vestibular conditions (ie. dizziness, light-headedness, balance)
  • Brain and Nervous System conditions (ie. stroke, traumatic brain injuries, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s)

Here’s 5 things to consider when choosing the best Physiotherapist for you:

  1. Treatment times – Longer session mean more comprehensive assessment and treatment
  2. Ethical treatment – Less time on machines, more time with your Physio
  3. Registered Physiotherapists – you can check their registration on the AHPRA website
  4. One to one ratio – Your physio is focussed solely on you for your session
  5. Equipment – Make sure your physio has access to the same equipment you want to use ie. gym equipment

Partners and Preferred Providers

Telehealth Physio Appointments are now available