Is pain stopping you from living your day-to-day life? Whether you’ve had a recent injury, accident or have a health condition that is affecting your mobility, physiotherapy will help you recover, regain strength and reduce your physical pain with a individualised treatment and rehabilitation plan.

Enhanced Physio Treatment at Revive Physiotheraphy

Revive Physiotherapy has an expert team of Physiotherapists providing a holistic approach to eliminate or reduce pain, speed up recovery, and improve your performance at work or for sport. At Revive Physiotherapy our Physiotherapists have an in-depth understanding of musculoskeletal disorders and body biomechanics, which enables them to effectively treat a variety of conditions, including joint pain, knee injuries, sports injuries, shoulder pain, back pain, headaches and mobility issues.

Our Physiotherapists are highly qualified with a commitment to ongoing self-education, using the latest evidence-based research and are members of the Australian Physiotherapy Association.

Whether your goal is to get out of pain, get back into sport, or compete at an elite level, our team of expert physiotherapists can help you! Following an individualised assessment and tailored treatment plan, we can help to diagnose areas of weakness or dysfunction. Once these areas have been identified we can work with you to determine which treatment would best suit you and your personal goals. We then work together to achieve your treatment goals, manage your injury and reach optimal health.

What is a Physiotherapist?

A physiotherapist is a health professional specialising in movement and function of the human body, treating a wide range of health conditions and injuries through a variety of physical techniques, including manual therapy and exercise rehabilitation. A physiotherapist works in partnership with their patients, assisting them to overcome movement disorders, musculoskeletal injuries, chronic pain, sporting and work-related injuries and chronic health conditions such as obesity, stroke and osteoarthritis.

These conditions may have been present from birth, acquired through accident or injury, or are the result of ageing or life-changing events. Physiotherapists can also help people to avoid injuries and maintain a fit, healthy body, including elite athletes.

Sports Physiotherapy

Sports physiotherapy is the field of physiotherapy that specialises in preventing and managing injuries that have resulted from sport or exercise. A sports physio works with athletes of all ages and abilities (not just professional sportspeople) to overcome their injury and prevent re-injury. Common sporting injuries include:

  • Ligament injuries such as ACL tears in the knee, sprained ankles and shoulder dislocations
  • Tendinitis, such as in the Achilles, rotator cuff or tennis elbow
  • Muscle tears, such as in the hamstring or calf
  • Joint-specific injuries

People & Conditions We Treat

A physio works with people of all ages and abilities, including children, seniors, athletes, during and following pregnancy, and in post-operative recovery. The conditions that our physios can assist with include:

  • Ankle & Foot Pain
  • Back Pain
  • Elbow Pain
  • Headaches
  • Hips & Pelvic Pain
  • Knee Pain
  • Lower Limb Pain
  • Mobility Problems
  • Neck Pain
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Plantar Fasciitis / Heel Pain
  • Poor Posture
  • Pregnancy
  • Wrist & Hand Pain
  • Whiplash
  • Vertigo
  • Shoulder Pain
  • Shin Splints
  • Sciatica
  • Sporting Injuries

Our Physiotherapy Techniques

Every body is unique. Our physios use a variety of therapy techniques to assist our clients with their condition. Depending on the nature of the injury or disorder, our physios tailor their approach for each individual client to provide the most effective treatment. Our techniques include:

  • Manual Therapy, including deep tissue release, joint mobilisation (gentle gliding) techniques, joint manipulation, myofascial trigger point release, muscle stretching and soft tissue massage.
  • Dry Needling to relieve trigger points and assist with pain relief and muscle function.
  • Electrotherapy, which involves the application of energy and electrical stimulation to assist with healing and pain management, such as TENS and Ultrasound treatment.
  • Exercise Prescription, where clients are given a personalised exercise program to complete both in the clinic and at home, promoting long-term management of the injury or condition through exercise rehabilitation.
  • Therapeutic Taping to help stabilise and support the injury, while facilitating normal movement, physical activity and postural patterns.

Your Physiotherapy Appointment – what to expect?

During your initial appointment, an experienced physiotherapist will conduct a comprehensive assessment of your injury and/or condition to provide an accurate diagnosis, and determine what your goals are to achieve optimal health. Here we will aim to determine not only what the injury is, but also what caused the injury.

Once we know what the problem is, we will work out a plan for treatment and your prognosis for recovery, including an estimation of how long it will take to fix your injury, and how we can maintain these results long-term to prevent re-injury.

At your initial appointment, you may also get some hands-on treatment to help relieve your pain.

If your condition is chronic, you may eligible for the Medicare rebate for up to five allied health services (per calendar year), including physiotherapy and exercise physiology. Talk to your GP about getting a referral.

Contact Revive Physiotherapy

Are you looking for physiotherapy treatment in Perth to help you get back to normal activities? At Revive Physiotherapy, our experienced team provide complete physiotherapy services and utilise a range of techniques that are designed to reduce your pain, improve mobility and enhance your quality of life. 

We have physiotherapy clinics in several convenient locations throughout Perth. Book in at our Booragoon, Riverton, Rockingham or Joondalup physio clinics today for an initial assessment and personalised treatment plan.

Call (08) 9300 0841 or book online.