Physio One is one of Adelaide’s leading physiotherapy and rehabilitation groups. We offer comprehensive assessment and treatment of orthopaedic, sports and musculoskeletal problems.
We focus on using individualized physiotherapy treatment plans that can cater for all ages and abilities. We use high quality, evidence based therapy utilising up to date techniques including manual therapy, exercise therapy, rehabilitation, dry needling, pilates and hydrotherapy.
Physio One offers multiple locations and longer opening hours to enable you to see us as soon as you need. We endeavor to help you overcome your pain and injury so you can enjoy life! READ MORE
One of the tools physiotherapists commonly use to treat a variety of problems is manipulative therapy. However, many patients have a poor understanding of what it is and why it is used.READ MORE
Hydrotherapy enables you to perform activities that you may be unable to do on dry land. The water provides resistance to your movements and this helps improve your muscles without straining your body.READ MORE
If you suffer from back or neck pain, you are not alone. Physiotherapy can help to restore pain free movement, maintain this improvement over the longer term.READ MORE
Are you getting the right treatment advice? There are seven key considerations to ensure that you recover from your injury with minimal risk of further damage or future injury.READ MORE
February 02 at 2:38pm
Time for school! Time for school! Today marks the start of a new school year and many children walk to, from, and around school carrying backpacks filled with heavy books. Parents should be aware that overly stressing the back with a heavy backpack could cause back pain in their child. Following a few guidelines and using common sense can help avoid back pain and set them up for the year. Look for backpack design features that help reduce the chance of back pain: • Lightweight material (canvas as opposed to leather) • Two padded, wide, adjustable shoulder straps on the backpack • Padded back • Individualized compartments • Hip strap, waist belt, or frame to redistribute the weight of the backpack from the shoulders and back to the pelvis • Consider using a separate bag for the child's laptop • And discourage carrying backpacks over one shoulder causing the muscles to strain to compensate for the uneven weight And parents … Enjoy your day!! http://www.physio1.com.au/locations READ MORE