About Physiotherapy

Cardinia Physio and Fitness has qualified physiotherapists who can assist you with your pain, injuries, rehabilitation needs or body complaints. Cardinia Physiotherapy and Fitness treats Private, EPC, WorkSafe, TAC and DVA patients.
Private patients do not require a referral however EPC, WorkSafe, TAC and DVA patients will require a valid referral from a medical practitioner. Please bring along any X-ray, CT, MRI scans, reports and referrals along to your first appointment.

What does a Physiotherapist do?

Physiotherapists are university educated healthcare professionals trained to assess, diagnose, treat and prevent disease and disability through physical means.
Physiotherapists are experts in movement and function who work with their patients, assisting them to overcome pain, stiffness and injury, which may have been present from birth, acquired through accident or injury, or as a result of ageing.
A physiotherapist can also help you prevent further injury by listening to your needs and working with you to plan the most appropriate treatment for your condition, including setting goals, treatment outcomes, prevention programs and home exercises.

  • Physiotherapy

    injuries, rehabilitation

    With hands on techniques and extensive rehab knowledge our physios will treat your pain and injuries.
  • Fitness

    cardio, pilates, PT

    We provide a range of fitness services from pilates, personal training and group training sessions.
  • Myotherapy

    massage, needling, cupping

    For aches & pain, stiffness, sports recovery and injury prevention. Myotherapy is a manual therapy treatment that incorporates the use of massage, dry needling, cupping, stretching and joint mobilisation.

What to Expect

An initial consultation at Cardinia Physio & Fitness consists of you being interviewed by the Physiotherapist in a private room.  This allows the Physio to gather all the relevant information regarding your complaint.
Following this discussion the physiotherapist will then observe your movement and perform special tests to further determine the cause of your problem. Techniques which may include massage, joint mobilisation or stretching will then be used to treat your condition and if appropriate. You may then be given a small series of exercises to complete at home to supplement the treatment.
Our physiotherapists allow 40 minutes for an initial consultation and 20 minutes for a follow up consultation so you are not rushed and have adequate time to be treated thoroughly and ask any questions.

What to Wear

-Comfortable, loose clothing
-Expect to uncover the area to be treated (and adjacent areas)
-You may wish to wear a singlet if being treated for back or neck pain

What to Bring

-Referrals (not necessary for private patients)
-X-rays or Scans and reports
-Shoes, if you believe they may be related to your complaint
-If being treated under WorkCover, please bring along your case details

Our Physiotherapists

Book an appointment

You can use our Online Booking System to book an appointment right now, or you can call us on 9769 3981.