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- Physiotherapy?Exercise Physiology?Athlete Development?Musculoskeletal physiotherapy
- Sports physiotherapy
- Occupational physiotherapy
- Orthopaedic rehabilitation & physiotherapy
- Functional assessments
- Pre-employment testing
- Health assessments
- Exercise consultations
- Musculoskeletal & sports titled physiotherapists?APA physiotherapists?Women's & men's pelvic health titled physiotherapist?Accredited exercise physiologists?Exercise scientists
Musculoskeletal & sports titled physiotherapists?APA physiotherapists?Women's & men's pelvic health titled physiotherapist?Accredited exercise physiologists?Exercise scientists
About Movement Improvement Physiotherapy
At Movement Improvement Physiotherapy in Rockhampton, we treat patients for a range of sporting and musculoskeletal ailments.
Our team caters to a diverse patient base, including those seeking pre-employment assessments, orthopaedic or occupational physiotherapy. Functional assessments, exercise consultations and nutritional advice are also provided.
Treatments to help with chronic and acute sports-related injuries can be administered at our practice. Within our team, we have a sports physiotherapist who has worked with Olympic athletes.
If you are suffering from muscle aches and pains, constant headaches or migraines, our compassionate Rockhampton physiotherapists can help.
Musculoskeletal physiotherapy involves advanced techniques that can accurately pinpoint the cause of pain and discomfort. For more information on how physiotherapy can aid in your recovery, please contact our Rockhampton physiotherapy clinic today.
Consultations with our musculoskeletal physiotherapist or exercise physiologist are available, during which we can develop treatment and pain management strategies tailored to your specific needs.
Roger Fitzgerald, Simon Poole, Erin Georgeson, Sherree Cavanagh, Taylah Pringle, Andrew Lack, Stuart McBean, Geordie Koest and Exercise Physiologists Jackie Daniels, Caitlin Hiron, Michael Schramm and Corey Redsell.
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