Belrose Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic
We aim to keep you fitter, healthier and more active for life
After many years of successful practice at Glenrose Shopping Centre, dating back to the 1970’s, we relocated to the Yindela Street complex in Davidson in 2009. We are now treating the children of people who used to come in as kids themselves.
Led by principal & owner, Leanne Pate, our Physiotherapists share a wealth of experience in treating a wide range of conditions. Whatever your concern, our exceptionally friendly staff are committed to helping you recover as quickly as possible. After a thorough assessment to identify the underlying issues, we will work with you to develop a tailor-made treatment programme that addresses your individual needs and goals. We use a “hands on” approach to alleviate symptoms, restore normal function and movement, and reduce the risk of recurrence. Treatments may also include appropriate exercises and stretches, posture correction, electrotherapy, hot or cold therapy, dry needling, information and advice.
We look for the underlying cause of your condition & don’t just treat the symptoms.
Our Physio’s are committed to continuing professional development to continually improve our knowledge and skills so we can provide you with the most up-to-date treatments and advice. We strive to bring you the best quality care and give you a great outcome, but we also want the time you spend at our practice to be as enjoyable as possible.
All our patients are equally important to us. Whether you are an elite athlete or a ‘weekend- warrior’, an injured worker or keen to get back to your gardening, young or young at heart, we are committed to helping you acheive your goals.
Physiotherapy sessions are one on one and booked by appointment in 30 minute intervals. You will be treated with respect at all times and we will be mindful of your privacy and modesty.
Clinical research is vital in the field of physiotherapy. Physiotherapists regularly take broad new evidence based research to back up their treatments methods. Read more →
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Rehabilitation of someone with a spinal cord injury is intensive and can last a lifetime. Physiotherapy plays a vital role in helping the spinal cord patient live a fairly functional existence. Read more →
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Of all the sports equipment, the treadmill is the most popular since it allows the owner to engage in the most basic of cardio workouts - walking and jogging. Read more →
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