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First visit Physiotherapy


108 Bourke St (Suite 4-5), Melbourne

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Post-operative knee rehab


108 Bourke St (Suite 4-5), Melbourne

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Post-operative shoulder rehab


108 Bourke St (Suite 4-5), Melbourne

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Post-operative spine surgery


108 Bourke St (Suite 4-5), Melbourne

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Subsequent visits Physiotherapy


108 Bourke St (Suite 4-5), Melbourne

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  • Question about Rotator cuff repair

    I am a 56 year old female who has been diagnosed with a "1cm long area of full thickness tear of the supraspinatus with irregularity of the adjacent bony articulate surface". I would like to know whether this is considered a significant injury and should I seek treatment?

    56 yo is still relatively young and can expect to live an active lifestyle, so it really depends on your expectation, current shoulder function and perceived pain. If there is no special needs, ie sports, then in most cases, you may find conservative management with physiotherapy will be enough to improve your pain and function to meet your day-to-day needs, ie driving, housework, shopping..etc. But if you have special needs, ie playing serious golf, then you may want to consider surgical intervention if outcome of physiotherapy isn't satisfactory.

    Brian Lee

  • Question about Nerve conduction velocity

    When sleeping on my right side I wake with numbness and pins and needles in my right hand fingers, please advise possible causes. regards.

    Depending on which fingers of your hand are involved, this can be used to serve as a preliminary assessment. If you are unsure where to start, you can either see GP or physio, both can assess for or exclude possible causes from their perspectives, and if they identify your condition is not for them to manage, they will refer you to an appropriate professional for further assessment and management.

    Brian Lee

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