Physiotherapy is a broad and dynamic health care profession with a long established theoretical and scientific base. Physiotherapists are highly trained in treatment and prevention of injuries to muscles, joints and neural tissue.

At Bodyrite Physio, your assessment and diagnosis will be based on a wide range of clinical skills which include:

  • Postural and bio-mechanical assessment
  • Muscle strength and recruitment in functional positions
  • Analysis of movement patterns and muscle length testing
  • Active and passive spinal and peripheral joint range of motion.


Your treatment is then tailored to your individual physical needs. We aim to treat more than just the symptom of the day – we analyse more deeply and address the underlying cause. We look to your longer term health and well-being – we are about more than the “quick fix”. In aiming to reduce your pain and promote, restore and optimize your function, Bodyrite Physio may employ:

  • Spinal and peripheral joint mobilisations to reduce stiffness
  • Dry needling/triggerpoint acupuncture for pain and spasm reduction and promote healing.
  • Myofascial stretching
  • Neuromuscular taping
  • Soft tissue therapies
  • Rehabilitative and corrective exercises
  • Customised orthotics
  • Home exercise programs which may involve strengthening, stretching and foam rolling as needed.
  • Electrotherapy such as ultrasound, muscle stimulation and TENS machines

Some of the acute and chronic conditions we improve at Bodyrite Physio are:

  • Headaches which are caused by sub-optimal neck posture, tension or muscle imbalances
  • Neck and back pain
  • Overuse injuries such as tennis elbow, shin splints, plantar fasciitis or shoulder bursitis
  • Sports injuries such as muscle strains and tears, ligament sprains
  • Work-related injuries