In Touch Physiotherapy’s team of highly skilled, internationally trained physiotherapists will assist in treating your injury. Our active and hands on approach to address the cause behind the injury and not just treat the symptoms, will help to speed up recovery and prevent injury recurrence.

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physiotherapy for neck pain
NECK PAIN

Neck pain is a very common complaint that affects a lot of people in today's society. Stress, poor posture, muscle imbalances, and joint/disc degeneration are common causes of neck pain, which can result in acute and chronic pain or stiffness. READ MORE

physiotherapy for shoulder pain
SHOULDER PAIN

Shoulder pain can be related to a traumatic episode that may occur in sport or in a fall, or may be related to biomechanical factors associated with repetitive movements, overuse, poor posture and muscle imbalances. READ MORE

physiotherapy for elbow pain
ELBOW PAIN

Elbow pain can affect the joint, the muscle or tendons around the elbow. Elbow pain may also be referred from the neck. The cause of elbow pain may be from overuse/repetitive movements in sports or in daily functional activities, or may be related to trauma from a fall or an accident. READ MORE

physiotherapy for wrist and hand pain
WRIST OR HAND PAIN

Wrist and hand injuries are often caused by overuse or trauma such as falls or accidents. Pain or tingling in the hand may also be referred from the neck. READ MORE

physiotherapy for back pain
BACK PAIN

Most people will experience some form of back pain in their lifetime. Factors contributing to back pain may be poor posture, poor lifting techniques, stress, sporting incidents, work accidents and pregnancy. Pain may be caused by joint / disc degeneration, disc protrusion, pinched nerve, muscle imbalances and overactivity, joint stiffness or underlying instability. READ MORE

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HIP OR GROIN PAIN

Hip or groin pain can result from degeneration, muscle tightness/weakness, overuse, poor biomechanics and trauma. Hip pain is often felt locally in the hip joint, or referred to the buttock /groin or thigh. In the case of a groin injury it can be localised in the groin/lower abdominal or pubic area, or sometimes refer to the thigh. READ MORE

physiotherapy for thigh and knee pain
THIGH OR KNEE PAIN

Common knee and thigh injuries are related to trauma in sport or an accident, muscle imbalances, overuse , poor biomechanics, and degeneration. These can affect structures such as ligaments, tendons, muscles, cartilage, meniscus and bones. READ MORE

physiotherapy for shin or calf pain
LOWER LEG PAIN

Common injuries to the lower leg are related to overuse, sports injury or trauma. Pain is often felt localised to the injury site itself. READ MORE

physiotherapy for ankle and foot pain
ANKLE OR FOOT PAIN

These injuries are commonly related to overuse, degeneration, biomechanical factors or trauma incidents. The pain is often localised to the joint or the surrounding and involved soft tissue. READ MORE