City Physiotherapy proudly operating in Perth CBD for over 30 years.
"Our patients expect and deserve optimum care for their injury or pain. We provide this level of care and constantly strive to excel in rendering the best treatment possible to each individual that comes to us."
City Physiotherapy provides high quality & prompt treatment in Perth CBD. Our office is located centrally in the CBD on St Georges Tce, near the corner of William St.
When you come to City Physiotherapy, you can expect a welcoming, professional environment. Our highly skilled and professional physiotherapists will provide individualised consultations and treatment along with information about the care of your condition to ensure a prompt return to sport & normal activities.
Call us on 08 9322 3363 or email us on email@example.com to arrange an appointment with one of our physiotherapists.
Physiotherapists who specialise in the treatment of children with motor dysfunction are known as paediatric physiotherapists. Read more →
Many people think a fracture is not a serious condition. However a fracture is a broken bone, and as such it requires emergency attention. Read more →
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Interferential therapy is a type of TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) which has two alternating currents that are applied to the skin. Read more →
A Continuous Passive Motion device is one that is used to maintain passive range of motion following a knee replacement, ACL reconstruction or surgery of the finger joints, shoulder, wrist and hand. Read more →
If you are feeling tired all the time the last thing you may want to do is exercise, however exercise is one of the best means of counteracting fatigue and recharging your energy supply. Read more →
Stretching is a proven way to improve flexibility or range-of-motion; the amount of movement available in a joint. Read more →
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