Physiotherapy Ashburton, on Warner Avenue
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Established in 1993, Warner Avenue Physiotherapy is located in the Ashburton Pool and Recreation Centre. With a fully equipped gym and state of the art hydrotherapy pool, we are able to assist you with all stages of post-surgical and post-injury rehabilitation, injury prevention and pre-op preparation (pre-hab).
Our physiotherapy clinic is located in Ashburton Pool & Recreation Centre, on Warner Avenue. We provide services in physiotherapy for Ashburton, Glen Iris, Ashwood and surrounds.
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Here is a glossary of commonly used terms in physiotherapy to give you a better understanding of what they mean and how they may relate to you. Read more →
Physiotherapy is involved in all phases of rehabilitation, from the acute stage through to recovery. We treat patients who have suffered whiplash injuries and provide rehabilitation following fractures and major trauma. Read more →
Fracture of the clavicle is one of the most common fractures seen in sport and is either caused by a fall where the person lands on the side or point of the shoulder or by a direct blow to the clavicle with another player or piece of sporting... Read more →
The largest percentage of wrestling injuries occurs during take down, with sparring being the second most common cause of injuries. Read more →
Joint mobilisation is a "hands on" physiotherapy technique commonly used in a clinical setting to improve the range of movement of a joint in order to lessen stiffness and pain. Read more →
When the rotator cuff muscles become injured, certain everyday functions such as raising your arm above your head become difficult or impossible. Read more →
Upon being discharged from physiotherapy treatment, your physiotherapist will very likely give you a home exercise program of exercises to follow. Read more →
Exercises for arthritis centre around gentle stretching movements, such as are done in Yoga, tai chi and Pilates. Read more →
Swimming, bowling and computer use are some activities that eventually lead to muscle adhesions as a result of overuse. Read more →
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