• Back and neck care
  • Sports injuries
  • Headaches
  • Muscle and joint pain
  • Workplace injuries
  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Posture care
  • Preventative and maintenance programs
  • Shockwave Therapy

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Body Perceptions Physiotherapy offers a comprehensive range of physiotherapy and allied health services for a holistic approach to treatment.

Your body’s long-term health is important for quality of life. With this in mind, Body Perceptions offers, flexible hours to ensure you receive the treatment you need.

Body Perceptions Physiotherapist, Linda Bennetts has over 35 years of experience in general physiotherapy as well as many areas of special interest. Furthermore Lisa Cairns brings international experience and fresh ideas to the practice.

Allied Services

  • Physiotherapy

    Body Perceptions Physiotherapists provide services for the whole community, as well as focusing on specialised needs, such as sporting injuries, chronic pain, scoliosis and ergonomic assessments. Our philosophy is one of “Total Body Physiotherapy” – not only treating the symptoms but determining and eliminate the causative factors and teaching the necessary lifestyle changes to prevent re-occurrences. Body Perceptions Physiotherapy provides high quality clinical care in a professional, educational and supportive environment.

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  • Podiatry

    Podiatrist Ashley Mahoney owner of the Foot Analysis Centre specializes in running and biomechanical analysis, foot and ankle injuries as well as the prescription of orthotics. Ashley has been working with our physiotherapists for over 12 years now and has since published strengthening exercise books along with related software.

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  • Bodyflow Therapy

    A unique treatment used by Physiotherapists and trainers to enable athletes and patients to recover from training and injuries faster. Bodyflow provides symptomatic relief from any condition that results from a poor circulatory or lymphatic uptake including but not limited to lymphoedema, post surgery, swelling, sprains/strains, wound management and delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS).

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  • Massage Therapy

    Body Perceptions Remedial Massage Therapists combine a number of techniques such as trigger point therapy, sports massage, myofascial release, deep tissue and relaxation to meet the needs of each varied client, from the athlete in training to the average person with work stress. All clinicians work closely with our Physiotherapists to ensure the best possible treatment outcomes and most successful management of injury rehabilitation.

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  • Pelleres Base Training

    Pelleres are a functional strength training device where weight is positioned on the body’s forearms. As a consequence, during movement and activity, core muscles are overloaded, required to work harder, which results in increased strength and stability. Pelleres are a new, award winning, innovative training device. The weights are positioned on the forearms to target core muscle activity. The hand and wrists are intentionally free and unimpeded for normal use; this allows for functional strengthening of the core and other major muscle groups. A key feature of Pelleres training is that normal movement patterns can be maintained.

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  • Shock Wave Therapy

    Radial Shockwave Therapy is a series of energetic shockwaves applied to the area that needs treatment. A shockwave is a purely mechanical wave, not an electric one. The treatment initiates an inflammation-like condition (pro-flamatory) in the tissues that is being treated. The body responds by increasing the blood circulation and metabolism in the impact area which in turn accelerates the body’s own healing processes. The shockwaves break down injured tissue and calcifications.

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