Physiotherapists at Auburn

Physiotherapy at Auburn Hospital

Physiotherapy at Auburn Hospital

Physiotherapists work with people experiencing physical and medical impairments and illnesses. Through their expert and professional care, they aim to improve physical movement, mobility and overall quality of life.

They are trained to provide comprehensive assessment, examination and treatment to address each patient’s specific diagnosis or concern.

Physiotherapists work with patients to ensure treatment plans are suited to each patient’s individual circumstances. They also monitor patients to evaluate progression towards treatment goals.

Our services

Our physiotherapists treat many conditions and illnesses including:

  • respiratory dysfunction resulting from sudden and severe infection
  • long-term respiratory diseases like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
  • dysfunction resulting from sudden neurological event e.g. stroke
  • dysfunction resulting from long-term progressive neurological disease e.g. Parkinson’s disease
  • pain/dysfunction resulting from sudden musculoskeletal/orthopaedic injury e.g. a sprain, strain or fracture
  • pain/dysfunction caused by longer term musculoskeletal conditions like osteoarthritis and chronic low back pain
  • pain/dysfunction resulting from hand trauma/surgery
  • long-term conditions affecting hands
  • women’s health conditions like incontinence and pelvic pain
  • developmental delays/musculoskeletal complaints in young children
  • falls management
  • gait retraining (retraining a patient’s walk)

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