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Do you have an injury that is stopping you moving? 

Is it affecting your sport, work and life? 

Get an accurate diagnosis and rehabilitation plan using a whole person approach! 

At WA Health Group we have a team of highly trained Physiotherapists with a range of specialties and experience. From holistic physiotherapy to targeted physiotherapy. To find the right solution for you book an initial appointment with one of our team or select a specialty physiotherapy service type from the options below.

Sports Physiotherapy

Our Physiotherapy team enjoy treating sports people from weekend warriors to elite athletes. Our team will diagnose your injury and provide you with clear actionable steps for you to return to sport in the shortest amount of time. Take the first step today and see one of our team members. 



Spinal Physiotherapy

Spinal pain can be painful and disabling leaving you unable to do the things you enjoy. Too busy to be unable to move? Or have you lost confidence in your back?  Our Physiotherapists are highly skilled and treat neck and back pain. Our service is unique as we use a biopsychosocial approach  to identify and address your spinal pain. At WA Health Group we are proud to offer a holistic approach and we use a collaborative team approach to ensure you get the best care and solution to your health problem. Treatment can include mobilisation, massage, exercise, dry needling and taping.



Reformer Exercise & Rehabilitation Classes

Reformer Exercise and Rehabilitation Classes involve a form of exercise to train your deep abdominals and pelvic floor. Clinical Reformer Exercise can be performed at home, or using our reformers. When performed correctly under the direction of a Physiotherapist, these classes will decrease pain, improve your postural awareness, muscle strength and flexibility. Book in today for an assessment, and improve the way you move. Following an assessment with a Physiotherapist, clients will receive a comprehensive home program and access to our classes which run 6 days per week. 








Continence and Women's Health Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy plays an important role in managing a variety of conditions that women may experience throughout their lifetime. Our Women's Health Physiotherapist is highly skilled in the assessment and management of pain associated with pregnancy and the postpartum period and utilises Real-Time Ultrasound technology to assist in the assessment and management of common pelvic floor conditions such as weakness, leakage, incontinence and prolapse. Click here to find out more.


GLA:D Physiotherapy for Osteoarthritis

The GLA:D program is a scientifically proven program to help you manage and improve the symptoms of knee and hip osteoarthritis. Click here for more information.


Neurological Physiotherapy

Receiving a diagnosis such as stroke, spinal cord injury or another neurological condition can be a difficult time for you and your family. Often with neurological conditions comes change in your ability to control your limbs which may result in difficulties with walking or using your upper limbs for usual tasks. On top of this, may come pain, fatigue and dizziness alongside changes in your balance, muscle tone, coordination and control. Physiotherapy plays an important role in helping you to reduce pain and regain strength, control and coordination no matter how big the change may be. Our physiotherapist is highly trained to use the most relevant outcome measures to determine how we can best help you to achieve your goals. Treatment and management is individually tailored to you, which may include use of VR, electrical stimulation, tailored rehabilitation programs including gait retraining and task specific practice. There is a strong body of evidence demonstrating use of these strategies when individually targeting your goals, will help to improve your function and ultimately your quality of life.


Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV)

BPPV is the most common of vertigo in people over the age of 65 but can also affect everybody. BPPV may cause of symptoms like DIZZINESS, VERTIGO, UNSTEADINESS and NAUSEA and can be extremely debilitating. Our trained Physio clinicians can assist you by performing a thorough assessment and provide you with the best treatment and advice to help you get back on your feet. If you require assistant or more information about how we can help you, call us on 6162 2616, or book online with one of our clinicians.

Paediatric Physiotherapy
We offer Paediatric Physiotherapy services are offering for children through their lifespan from babies, to teenagers. Schedule an appointment with Crystal and Nic at our Canning Vale and Murdoch clinics. 

Shock Wave Therapy 

Physiotherapists use Shockwave Therapy to treatment many musculoskeletal injuries. Shockwave is often completed over a 5 week period and combined with corrective exercises.

Aged Care and Home Visits

Research suggests that we need to maintain our mobility and keep exercising for optimal health. Our physiotherapists are trained to assess elderly clients for their risk of falling, prescribe walking aids and devices, and prescribe simple strengthening and balance exercises which assists with elderly clients maintaining their mobility longer. Mobility assessments are best done in our clients’s normal surroundings. Our physiotherapists are able to visit clients in their homes, retirement villages or nursing homes to complete an assessment. We offer this service throughout the metropolitan area. 



We have after hours and Saturday morning appointments for your convenience.


The first step to a happier and healthier you is to see our team for treatment.

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