At Kimberley Physiotherapy, we believe in treating the whole body rather than treating an injury or medical issue in isolation.
That’s why we offer an extensive range of services to help improve movement and function.
S E R V I C E S
Physiotherapists are highly qualified health professionals who work in partnership with their patients to help people get better and stay well.
Using advanced techniques and evidence-based care, physiotherapists assess, diagnose, treat and prevent a wide range of health conditions and movement disorders.
Physiotherapy helps repair damage, reduce stiffness and pain, increase mobility and improve quality of life.
Physiotherapy extends from health promotion to injury prevention, acute care, rehabilitation, maintenance of functional mobility, chronic disease management, patient and carer education and occupational health.
Remedial massage is the systematic assessment and treatment of the muscles, tendons, ligaments and connective tissues of the body to assist in rehabilitation, pain and injury management.
Remedial massage is designed to balance muscle/soft tissue length, tension, tone which will in turn promote the return to normal joint/capsular/bone position.
It increases the flow of blood and lymph, particularly in the injured areas, thus removing blockages, damaged cells, scar tissue and adhesions resulting from injury.
See Leo, our in-house remedial massage therapist - your body will thank you for it!
Sports Physiotherapy or Sports Physio is the specialised branch of physiotherapy which deals with injuries and issues related to sportspeople.
Sports injuries do differ from day-to-day injuries. Athletes typically require high-level performance and demand placed upon their body, which stresses their muscles, joints and bones to the limit.
Sports physiotherapists help athletes recover from sporting injuries, and provide education and resources to prevent problems.
We are able to accept referrals for the management of all injuries (conservative and surgical) related to the hand, wrist and elbow. Conditions include but are not limited to:
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - DeQuervain’s tenosynovitis
Dupuytrens disease - Trigger digit
Wrist instability - Complex regional pain syndrome
Distal biceps ruptures - Dislocations
Tendon ruptures/ repairs - Ligament injuries and repairs
Wounds/ scar management - Osteoarthritis
Rheumatoid arthritis - Congenital/ developmental
All upper limb elective surgeries including: joint replacements, fusions
Nerve compressions, conditions and injuries
Tendiopathy including TFCC, wrist flexor/ extensor, tennis elbow, golfers elbow.
All fractures to the fingers (phalanx), hand (metacarpals), carpals (wrist bones), radius, ulnar, elbow, and humerus.