Physio Plus is proud to be an NDIS provider at all locations including Mackay, Whitsunday, Airlie Beach, Cannonvale, Melbourne, Footscray, and Proserpine. We are proud to be delivering NDIS care in a way that best meets the needs of people with a disability, their families and their carers! Our team of Physiotherapists, Exercise Physiologists, Occupational … Read more
Physios Nick Ryan and Tom McMillan very pleased to be supporting Hockey Mackay! Physios Nick Ryan and Tom McMillan very pleased to be part of Mackay Hockey Development Camp! Thanks for having us! If you’d like to see on of our fantastic clinicians, just click here to make an appointment.
Do you leak urine when you cough, sneeze, or laugh? Do you limit your time away from home, know where all the bathrooms are in the shops or your workplace, and always go ‘just in case’? Well you are not alone. Around one in every four women and one out of nine men experience incontinence, and … Read more
WE WISH YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY, HEALTHY NEW YEAR! Our physiotherapy and occupational therapy services continue uninterrupted over the Christmas period. Our clinics are all except the public holidays, with normal clinic hours from January 4th 2015. Click here to request a priority appointment.
What our patients are saying about us! We know you want the best care, so we’re happy to let you know our patients’ feedback. As part of our commitment to the highest quality allied healthcare, we survey hundreds of patients every month. We’re very proud of the results! When our last 400 respondents were asked “How … Read more
WorkCover & Occupational Health at Physio Plus There’s a reason why we have such strong partnerships with local businesses! Our unique approach to injury management sets us apart from other services: 1. The patient will leave with more information and knowledge about their injury than when they arrived. 2. The treatment and management will incorporate a ‘hands on’ approach. … Read more
Swimmer’s shoulder is an umbrella term given to a range of shoulder dysfunctions which can occur generally with an increased swimming load. The shoulder relies on dynamic control through range. Of particular importance is the role of the rotator cuff which provides stability. Examination of a swimmers dynamic control begins with detailed examination of posture, … Read more
Musculoskeletal and idiopathic or ‘growing pains’ are common complaints! The challenge is distinguishing between these two conditions. Australian Physiotherapy Association reports that growing pains affect as much as 30% of children, this pain is typically seen between the ages of 3-12, however can occur until full maturation which in girls is generally around 17 and … Read more
The survival time of chocolates on hospital wards: covert observational study Published December in the British Medical Journal, Gajendragadkar et al. (2013) set out to quantify the consumption of chocolates in a hospital ward environment. They found the median survival time of a chocolate was 51 minutes. The model of chocolate consumption was non-linear, with an initial rapid rate of … Read more
Danae Gardner (Physiotherapist) traveled to Adelaide in June 2014 to complete further studies in the best practice physiotherapy management of patients with acute and chronic cardiorespiratory impairments within acute, subacute and ambulatory/community settings. You might recognise Danae – she is also proudly a member of the Whitsunday Sharks in the Queensland State Netball League. Her elite sport experience … Read more