Clinical Pilates is popular at The Joint Physio, in conjunction with manual therapy, to diagnose and effectively treat a large number of problems.
If your injury needs immediate attention let our staff know and they will book you in for a same day appointment.
At the Joint Physiotherapy Caulfield, we have a hands-on approach to rehabilitation.
We offer pre and post-operative rehabilitation to minimise your downtime. Our physios will help to get you up and moving faster.
Would you prefer to be treated in private? No problem, we have private rooms available for your convenience.
Just let our friendly reception staff know you would like to be treated in a private room when you make an appointment.
You can find us on the corner of Glen Eira Road and Bambra Road. We have easily accessible parking on site with entry from Bambra Road.
Fully equipped for faster rehabilitation
Here at The Joint Physiotherapy, we promote a positive environment, combining private consultation rooms with fully-equipped gym facilities in a relaxed atmosphere so that we can assist faster rehabilitation with fewer visits.
The Joint Physiotherapy Caulfield can assist you to get better, faster from a number of common sports injuries.
Our physiotherapists offer accurate diagnosis and priority referral to specialists if your injury requires. We also offer pre- and post-operative rehabilitation to help you minimise downtime during your recovery.
We will always try and see you on the day you call, especially in more sinister cases. Just let our staff know when you call or if you’re not sure of how urgent your problem is, ask to speak to one of our physiotherapists.
See below for a list of common sports injuries we provide treatment for.
Common Sports Injuries:
- Dislocation & subluxation
- AC joint
- Rotator cuff injuries
Hip / Groin
- (FAI) Femoral Acetabular Instability
- Hip dysplasia
- Iliopsoas strain / hip flexor tear
- Labral tear
- Osteitis pubis
- Adductor strain
- Inguinal hernia / sports hernia
- Medial tibial stress syndrome (MTSS – “shin splints”)
- Compartment syndrome
- Tibia and/or fibula fractures
- “Tennis elbow” lateral epicondylitis
- “Golfer’s elbow” medial epicondylitis
- Hamstring strain
- Quadriceps strain
Ankle & Foot
- Inversion / eversion ankle sprains
- Syndesmosis injuries
- Talar dome fracture
- Stress fracture
- Calf strains
- Achilles ruptures, Achilles tendinopathies
- Plantar fasciitis
Wrist & Hand
- Scaphoid fracture
- Metacarpal fractures
- ACL rupture
- PCL rupure
- Ligament sprains
- Meniscus tears
- Patellofemoral maltrackiing
- ITB friction syndrome / “Runner’s knee”
- Patella Tendonitis / “Jumper’s knee”
Common back injuries
- Acute wry neck
- Facet joint sprain
- Prolapsed disc / bulging disc / herniated disc
- Sacroiliac joint dysfunction
- Spinal fracture
- Spinal stenosis