Bayswater Physiotherapy prides itself on delivering high quality physiotherapy services to ensure optimum client health and wellbeing. We believe this involves a thorough, detailed assessment followed by quality, effective, hands on manual therapy. Individually tailored exercise prescription complements our treatments to prevent injury recurrence.
Bayswater Physiotherapy's primary focus is "hands on" musculoskeletal manual therapy with emphasis on evidence based best practice treatment techniques and exercise prescription. We combine precise knowledge and expert skills and understand and value the importance of time spent with clients to ensure they receive quality treatment to achieve optimal outcomes.
We are committed to continually updating our clinical knowledge and skills through ongoing professional development and keeping abreast of the latest research.This ensures that clients receive the most effective treatment techniques resulting in optimum health and wellness.
Bayswater Physiotherapy aims to get you "back on track" as soon as possible and to educate you appropriately to ensure you "stay on track".
We are pleased to announce that we now have a dedicated Clinical Pilates and Functional Exercise studio within our Practice. Clinical Pilates is a form of exercise focussing on training your postural and stability muscles. It can improve strength, flexibility, breathing and co-ordination and give you confidence to know how to move efficiently with the least amount of stress on your body.
Our Physiotherapists have undergone extensive training to be able to utilise Clinical Pilates as part of their treatment and rehabilitation process. The 1 on 1 or small group sessions may be suitable for any of the following conditions:-
Persistent or recurrent spinal or upper and lower limb injuries Post-operative Rehabilitation Acute or Chronic Sporting Injuries Strength and Balance Impairments Return to work programs Injury Prevention Prior to commencing a program all new participants are required to have an initial (30min) assessment with a qualified Physiotherapist followed by a minimum of two (30mins each) program development sessions.
These sessions are used to complete a full musculoskeletal and postural assessment, develop your individualised programme and teach you the specific exercises related to achieving your goals *PRIVATE HEALTH FUND REBATES APPLY FOR FUND MEMBERS If you would like further information please talk to your treating physiotherapist
The Therapists at Bayswater Physio will thoroughly assess the underlying causes of your back and/or neck pain and devise a treatment strategy to help you tackle this common and often extremely debiltating problem. Our physios use a 'hands on' approach to treatment and all have extensive undergraduate and post graduate training to utilise the latest research and provide the client with the most appropriate treatment techniques and rehab activities.
Bayswater Physio has been an ongoing supporter of many sporting teams in the local area including AFL, Soccer, Cricket, Netball, Baseball, Softball, Basketball, Tennis and Cheerleading. Our Therapists can assess the underlying cause of any acute or chronic sports injuries to help assist you to get back on the field or court sooner. Our ability to refer quickly and efficiently for any appropriate investigations (Xrays, MRI etc) can assist with a prompt diagnosis for any significant injuries which may require further medical evaluation.
Work Related and Motor vehicle accidents can be the cause of very significant and life changing injuries. Our Therapists at Bayswater Physio have a wealth of experience with this category of injuries and are able to guide you through this difficult time from early post injury care, right through to the late rehab. stages. A doctor's referral is required and for accepted claims we can normally bill your insurers directly saving you time and hassle.
The Therapists at Bayswater Physio can assist you to manage all different types of arthritic conditions to help you maintain optimal joint function.
The Therapists at Bayswater Physio are trained to recognise and treat headaches or migraines that may be associated with dysfunction within the cervical spine joints (neck) or associated soft tissue. They can also formulate a programme to help you manage this problem in the future.
The Therapists at Bayswater Physio have many years experience in dealing with post orthopaedic surgical clients. We will commonly see many different conditions including Total Knee Replacement (TKR), Total Hip Replacement (THR), Rotator Cuff Repairs, ACL Reconstructions, Patellar Realignment Surgery, Upper Limb and Lower Limb Fractures, Joint Arthroscopy (keyhole surgery) and many other different procedures. We will liase closely with your surgeon to ensure the best possible outcome following your surgery.
The Therapists at Bayswater Physio can assist with appropriate fitness or rehab. programmes whether it be post injury or surgery, preventative or for general fitness or weight loss. For those clients who have suffered a work or motor vehicle related injury this may be able to be covered through your insurer.
Our Therapists are all able to treat those clients covered by The Department of Veteran's Affairs with a valid doctors referral. This can be billed directly to Medicare.
We can assist with home consultations if required. Extra charges do apply.
November 17, 2023
This scenario is a very common one us physios come across. We think it’s great that people decide to get themselves active again, and we’re here to help them achieve their goals. Unfortunately, that sometimes means getting them through an injury, often a recurrence of an old sports injury. The condition we described above affecting the calf is Achilles Tendinopathy, or more specifically…
October 24, 2023
Do you sometimes feel a twinge in your shoulder? Maybe just a niggling pain? Or do you get an odd crackling sensation every now and again? (It’s called crepitus, which we think sounds just like it feels.) The shoulder can be a pretty unstable joint – not surprising given that it’s the most moveable joint in the human body. The muscles surrounding the joint work to stabilise and support it…
October 19, 2023
What are the glutes anyway? The gluteal muscles are a group of muscles located in the butt – ahem sorry still got the silly song playing in our heads – in the buttocks. They play an important role in the movement of the hip joint and the stabilisation of the pelvis. There are three main muscles in the gluteal region: the gluteus maximus (which is quite impossible to say without imagining a Roman…
October 19, 2023
Are you an avid netball or basketball player? There’s a good chance you have had a lateral ankle sprain (or anterior talo-fibular ligament (ATFL) sprain) at some point! The classic ‘rolled ankle’ is one of the most common sports injuries. However, this common injury doesn’t just occur on the sporting field. It can be caused by stepping awkwardly on an uneven surface, or even wearing high heels…
Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy)
Suite 7, 488 Walter Rd East, Bayswater WA 6053 Perth, Western Australia. Tel: (08) 9279 5666