Our Services

At DX PHYSIO, we specialise in sports injuries, musculoskeletal conditions and women’s health physiotherapy.

We are proud of our proven track record- 80% of our clients experience significant improvement in their condition within just 4-6 weeks treatment 

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You don’t need a referral to come and see our physiotherapists. We are experienced and competent in the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal conditions and we are the most recommended health specialist for your GP.

We like to contact directly with other health professionals you may see, including your GP or specialist, and we will often contact them after your first consultation so you get the best possible treatment.

Yes, Medicare and Personal Insurance are available at all our clinics. Most of health insurance companies and allows you to claim a refund on the spot for any physiotherapy, exercise physiology and remedial massage consultation.

When you come to our physiotherapy centre for your first appointment, one of our specialist physiotherapists will sit down with you to discuss your problems. Subsequent examinations may include physical, orthopaedic and physiotherapy tests to help pinpoint your problem.

Our examinations are thorough and will give you peace of mind. Your physiotherapist will first discuss and then begin to recommend a treatment plan. We want to ensure that you are pain free and stay that way for as long as possible, and we will give you the best treatment plan we think we can.

A referral is not required to see a women’s health physiotherapist.

Yes, you can book Pilates classes through our website or the Mindbody app. However, we strongly advise scheduling a one-on-one session with a physiotherapist first. This preliminary session ensures you understand the basics of the reformer class and can participate safely.

The number of sessions required will vary depending on your individual needs and the complexity of your condition. Your physiotherapist will discuss your treatment plan and expected timeline during your appointment. On average, our clients will see a big improvement of their conditions after 2-5 sessions.

Initial consultations may take 45-60 mins. Follow up sessions typically last between 30-45 mins, depending on the complexity of your conditions.

Before your first appointment, it can be helpful to make a list of your symptoms, any medical conditions, past treatments, and any questions you may have for your physiotherapist. Wear comfortable clothing that allows for easy movement during the physical examination. If possible, bring any relevant medical records or imaging results with you to help your physiotherapist better understand your condition.

No, women’s health physiotherapy is beneficial for women of all ages and life stages. While pregnancy and childbirth can lead to various pelvic floor issues, many other factors, such as aging,menopause hormonal changes, and certain medical conditions, can also contribute to pelvic floor dysfunction. Our experienced physiotherapists are trained to help women with a wide range of pelvic health concerns, regardless of whether they have given birth.