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Physiotherapy

Are you are suffering from pain and disability, unable to participate in the things you love?

Do you have a nagging injury that won’t give in? Or are you just sick and tired of feeling stiff and tired? Then let the Physiotherapists at Gen Health guide you to a better you!

Here at Gen Health, our Physiotherapist team have a goals based focus, taking time to fully assess your injuries and biomechanics to optimise your treatment. We strive to teach each individual about their injury/complaint and create individual care plans to collaboratively achieve your personal goals.

Our Physiotherapy team has extensive experience and the latest practices to treat both acute and chronic injuries, disability and pain.

Our treatment techniques range from manual therapy including massage, trigger point therapy, joint mobilisation and dry needling to posture correction, work place assessments and of course, Clinical Pilates. Regardless of the technique, our main aim is to facilitate and optimise your full return to function or sport.

Our services include:

  • Sports injuries
  • Back pain
  • Headaches
  • Vertigo and dizziness
  • All musculoskeletal pain
  • Orthopaedic rehabilitation
  • Women’s health (pelvic floor dysfunction, continence and pregnancy)
  • Functional work place assessment
  • Paediatric
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October 2, 2017

R4FH: Gen Health’s TOP 5 RACE WEEK TIPS

The tried and tested do's and don'ts in the lead up to the Medibank Melbourne Marathon. Read on to see how our Physiotherapist's and Podiatrist's prepare for their race!
September 19, 2017

R4FH: Warm up to WIN & Cool down to RECOVER

We all know the importance of stretching before and after sport, but it is often left out of our running training, especially our “big weekend training runs”. Read what our Physiotherapists recommend to help you out this Melbourne Marathon!
August 30, 2017

Team R4FH: If the shoe fits!

Are you training for The Melbourne Marathon Series? Have you got your best foot forward when it comes to the correct running footwear for you?