We're Power Physiotherapy, your Perth based injury Physiotherapist. We understand how frustrating sports injuries can be. That's why we're committed to getting you back on track as quickly and safely as possible. Through our physiotherapies and hands-on approach,...
Whiplash: Frequently asked questions Whiplash is the most common injury many people experience after a motor vehicle accident. If you’ve had an accident which caused rapid forwards and backwards movements of the head and your neck is now sore, there’s a chance you...
Regain Your Winning Swing: Expediting Tennis Elbow Recovery through Physiotherapy Treatments with Power Physiotherapy. If tennis elbow has you sidelined, don’t worry – we’re here to get you back in the game more vital than ever. Our page, ‘Get Back in the Game: How Physiotherapy Treatments Can Speed Up Tennis Elbow Recovery,’ is your comprehensive resource for understanding how our expert physiotherapy team can accelerate your healing process.
Unlocking Wellness One Step at a Time: Exploring the Profound Health Benefits of Walking with Power Physiotherapy. Walking often considered the simplest form of exercise, can remarkably transform your overall well-being. Our ‘What Are the Health Benefits of Walking?’ page is your gateway to understanding the multifaceted impacts of this everyday activity on your physical and mental health.
Unveiling the Evolution of Soft Tissue Injury Treatment: From R.I.C.E. to Modern Innovations, Explored by Power Physiotherapy. The world of injury management has evolved, and our page, ‘The Evolution of Soft Tissue Injury Treatment: R.I.C.E. and Beyond,’ is your gateway to understanding this transformation. We take you on a comprehensive journey through the history, modern strategies, and expert insights that shape how we approach soft tissue injury recovery today.
Are you experiencing back pain? Check out these 5 tips to avoid back pain, including understanding your body better, balancing your postures, exercising, and taking breaks from sedentary activities. Learn how to prevent potential injuries by listening to your body and making necessary changes. Consult the Physiotherapy team at Power Physiotherapy for guidance on an exercise regime that suits you. Say goodbye to back pain and stiffness with these practical tips!
Learn why restoring balance after an ankle sprain is crucial for a full recovery and returning to your daily activities. At Power Physiotherapy, we focus on all components of ankle rehabilitation, including balance. Discover why we lose balance after an ankle injury and the risks of not restoring it. Find out which exercises can help restore your balance, from simple standing on one leg to advanced BOSU squats. Regain your confidence and prevent future injuries with our ankle rehabilitation program.
Discover the top 5 benefits of starting physiotherapy treatment as soon as possible to relieve pain, improve mobility, prevent future injuries, and enhance your overall health and well-being. Get expert advice and customized care at Power Physiotherapy in Australia. Book your appointment today!
Prevent neck pain with these 5 tips from Power Physiotherapy. Learn about the causes of neck pain and how to improve your posture, avoid overloading your muscles, listen to your body, check your surroundings, and incorporate exercise into your life. Don’t ignore any symptoms, seek treatment from experienced Physiotherapists at Power Physiotherapy today.
Starting a rehabilitation program can be daunting, especially when you are given a list of exercises to complete. It’s easy to make excuses and avoid doing them, but at Power Physiotherapy, they believe that with the right mindset and support, anyone can complete their program successfully. By setting aside small blocks of time, finding motivation through music or friends, modifying exercises to manage pain, setting achievable goals, and being forgiving with yourself, you can make steady progress towards recovery. The physiotherapists at Power Physiotherapy work closely with clients to find the right program and modifications to keep them engaged and active in their rehabilitation.