Comprehensive physiotherapy treatments in Bathurst
Jane Stephens Physiotherapy is a first class physio clinic with a wide range of physiotherapy treatments in Bathurst
We ensure that we work with you to restore functional independence to your musculoskeletal system. So for all your physiotherapy treatments in Bathurst, Jane Stephens Physiotherapy can help you.
Physiotherapy is a science-based health care profession. It is a treatment method for the management of medical problems or other health related conditions that cause pain, limit ability to move or function optimally.
At Jane Stephens Physiotherapy, we use an evidence-based approach. As well as treating pain, stiffness and dysfunction, physiotherapists also have an important role in helping to prevent problems from occurring or returning, by thorough assessment of movement and the right rehabilitation program and advice.
We use a variety of treatment modalities including manual and electrotherapy. Manual treatments such as joint mobilisations, manipulations, massage and stretches are commonly used in musculoskeletal and sports injuries work, including shoulder physiotherapy and knee physiotherapy. Electrotherapy modalities such as ultrasound, TENS, interferential and laser are also frequently used to provide pain relief and/or promote healing.
Physiotherapy and rehabilitation
Our professional physical therapy practice offers you a variety of services and specialisations, to effectively diagnose and treat any disorders or injuries affecting the musculoskeletal system. We treat sports injuries, respiratory problems, geriatric, orthopaedic, neurological and pediatric conditions, work injuries, incontinence and pelvic floor problems with tried and tested methods to help restore your body to its optimum capacity.
Physiotherapy for all ages
As you get older, back pain and arthritis can stop you from participating in activities you’ve always enjoyed. Physiotherapy treatments can help by working on problem muscle and joint conditions, so that you're physically at your best. Our team provides you with detailed instructions and exercises that can be completed at home. That way, we can minimise the disruptions that muscle and joint conditions can cause to your life, helping you stay active so that you can continue to live your life to the fullest.
Paediatric physiotherapy can be used to assess and treat babies, infants and children who present with some form of impaired physical development or movement dysfunction. The aim of the paediatric physiotherapist is to provide a program that the client will enjoy, while encouraging them to participate and become independent.
Paediatric physiotherapists aim to minimise the effects of physical impairment to promote optimum function and musculoskeletal development.
Even the casual sportsperson is susceptible to injury, especially your feet, knees, arms and joints. No matter what damage you’ve done, our expert team can quickly diagnose and treat you according to your needs, so you can get back to enjoying the activities that you love.
We provide effective sports physiotherapy treatment programs to get you back to your sport as soon as possible. We make sure that the real cause of injury is corrected thus minimising recurrence
Avoiding Stress & Injury
There are a number of options available to help prevent injuries in sport. Wearing proper sports attire and wearing it correctly is important, ensuring proper warm up and cool down, and good fitness preparation.
Excessive amounts of stress can hold you back from your full potential. This extra stress can cause aches, pains, discomfort and even the inability to think while exercising. In the event that you are harmed or feel pain after sporting activities, you should visit us at Jane Stephens Physiotherapy for evaluation and to discuss how we can serve you to soothe your pains and get you on the right track to recovery. Ignoring the signs of injury can lead to further aggravation and even greater damage.
Women’s health physiotherapy relates to management of conditions specifically affecting women during all life stages. A women’s health physiotherapist pays particular attention to preventing or assisting problems with the female pelvic organs. This may include continence and pelvic floor physiotherapy.