Precision Physiotherapy aims to restore and maintain human function after injury, disease, or simply age-related changes, to help improve the quality of life for people.

At Precision Physiotherapy we pride ourselves on using a researched (evidence-based) approach which includes; manual therapy techniques and physiotherapy exercises, and by maintaining a regular professional development program.

We are primary contact practitioners. This means you do not need a referral before attending Precision Physiotherapy unless you are attending as a patient with a motor vehicle accident or worker’s compensation insurance claim, Department of Veteran’s Affairs claimant or Medicare EPC plan.

A typical Precision Physiotherapy consultation consists of collecting information from the patient, carrying out a clinical assessment to further understand the problem, and providing treatment and overall management.

A structured assessment, professional advice, specific physiotherapy exercises, and targeted treatment is invaluable. In combination, these factors can significantly improve the rate and quality of recovery.

Treatment Techniques Include

  • Spinal and Peripheral Joint
  • Spinal Manipulation "clicking" the joint to increase movement (optional)
  • Acupuncture (optional)
  • Excercise prescription - Home or Gym
  • Muscle tissue techniques including trigger-point, myofascial release and friction techniques
  • Sports Taping/ Bracing

Why See Us?

Our combined qualifications and knowledge include; Ph.D.(low back pain), Master of Manual Therapy, Master of Medical Science (shoulder thesis), Grad. Dip. Sports Manual Therapy, B.Sc. Physiotherapy, and Myofascial Dry Needling (all therapists), Pilates, Personal Training, Former Teaching Fellow for the centre for Musculoskeletal Studies (UWA), Musculoskeletal clinical assessor for the Australian Physiotherapy Council.

Book an Appointment!

Book an appointment with us today via our online link (below) or call us on 9317 7007 or 9313 3999