Common Conditions

We treat a broad spectrum of musculoskeletal complaints utilising the current evidence based regimes.

Treatment techniques include:

  • Joint and soft tissue mobilisation
  • Spinal manipulation
  • Therapeutic taping
  • Acupuncture
  • Massage
  • Specific exercise prescription
  • Postural examination and correction
  • Ergonomic Assessment
  • Orthopaedic brace and orthotic prescription
Back Pain

Back Pain

If your back pain is not settling with simple self-care options it can be helpful to make an appointment to see a physiotherapist. They can provide treatment to relieve the pain and teach you how to look after your back to prevent future episodes.

Neck Pain

Neck Pain

Injury and postural problems are the most common causes of neck pain. A physiotherapist can prescribe a tailored series of exercises to prevent and manage injury to your neck.

Headache

Headaches

Headaches may be due to disorders of the neck or physical and emotional tension. A physiotherapist can treat headaches originating from the neck or soft tissues and show you how to prevent the pain recurring.

Shoulder Pain

Shoulder Pain

Problems in the shoulder occur with everyday wear and tear, overuse, or injury. It is sensible to consult a physiotherapist if your shoulder pain fails to clear up after a couple of days of rest and application of ice (if the injury is recent) or heat (if the pain is from a chronic condition).

Knee Pain

Knee Pain

Knee injuries are often caused by overuse and there are ways to prevent them. A physiotherapist can prescribe a tailored series of exercises to prevent and manage injury to your knees.

Sporting Injuries

Sporting Injuries

Common sporting injuries include joint sprains, muscles strains, tendon injuries and bony overuse injures. A physiotherapist is an expert in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal and sporting injuries.

Acupuncture

Acupuncture

Steve Purcell offers acupuncture in conjunction with his other treatments. Some of the conditions that may benefit from acupuncture include: sprains and strains, spinal dysfunction, arthritis, headaches and migraine.

Neck related dizziness

Neck Related Dizziness

Neck related dizziness is a syndrome of neck pain accompanied by a sense of motion often occurring as a result of whiplash or head injury. It will usually resolve with treatment of the neck problem but may require medical evaluation to exclude other causes of dizziness.

Sporting Injuries

Temporomandibular Disorders

Problems with your jaw and the muscles in your face that control it are known as temporomandibular disorders or dysfunction(TMD). Treatment can include relaxation techniques and stress management, behaviour changes to reduce or stop clenching, physical therapy and posture training.

For appointments and enquiries, please phone 07 3855 5900 or email admin@enoggeraphysio.com.au

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Enoggera QLD 4051

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