Welcome to Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy improves your physical condition by restoring normal body functions and prevents disability that may arise from disease, trauma or injury.

Your physiotherapist has a thorough understanding of how the body works gained from many years of rigorous academic study and practical experience. Physiotherapy encompasses posture, balance and movement, knowledge of diseases, injury and the healing process.

A qualified physiotherapist is a trained medical practitioner and you do not need to be referred by a doctor to see a physiotherapist.

Latest Articles


  • Asthma, hay fever and sinusitis in children

    by Americo Pinheiro | May 29, 2015
    Physiotherapists can play an important role in helping to treat children with asthma, hay fever (rhinitis) and sinusitis and can help to support their parents with advice on how best to manage the condition.
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  • How Respiratory Physiotherapy can help babies and toddlers

    by Americo Pinheiro | May 29, 2015
    Babies and children are prone to respiratory infections, especially in winter. The SASP Paediatric Physiotherapy Group advises how respiratory physiotherapy can assist in alleviating the symptoms of respiratory infections in babies and toddlers.
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