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Physiotherapy Bunbury

At Aspire Physiotherapy Bunbury we are all about getting you moving, functioning and feeling great again. Our aim is to empower you to regain your health and assist you in achieving your goals. Together with you, our experienced physiotherapists carefully select the treatment path that is most suited to your individual situation. We cater for people of all ages and abilities; so whether you are a high level athlete, an injured worker or a weekend warrior, or if you are suffering from an acute injury or persistent pain, we can help.

Our experienced physiotherapists offer a combination of hands on treatment modalities (for example mobilisation, dry needling and massage), as well as exercise rehabilitation and education to assist you in your recovery. Each of our physiotherapists offers a unique skill set to best accommodate your needs. Our clinic is conveniently situated in the middle of Bunbury’s medical precinct on Spencer Street. The serene interior is especially designed to create a positive, healing environment.

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Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy is a highly respected evidence-based healthcare profession.

Physiotherapists are experts in movement; we analyse, restore and help you maintain movement and function.

At Aspire Physiotherapy Bunbury we have a team of highly experienced and regarded physiotherapists that pride themselves on offering you the highest quality physiotherapy care to help you regain your health and achieve your goals.

Our physiotherapists are experienced in dealing with a wide range of musculoskeletal injuries and aches and pain. So whether you are a high level athlete, a weekend warrior, suffering from osteoarthritis or experiencing growing pains, our physiotherapists offer genuine and individualised care to help you with your pain and injury.

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Pain Management

At Aspire Physiotherapy Bunbury we have extensive experience in the management of common musculoskeletal injuries such as sporting injuries or work-related injuries.

In most cases these injuries heal well and once the damaged tissue has repaired and strength, mobility and function has been regained, the pain will dissipate accordingly.

In some cases, however the pain can linger on and become persistent of chronic. If the pain has been present for more than three months or lasts beyond the normal tissue healing time, we call this chronic pain. Persistent pain conditions can be complex, with many factors often contributing to this pain state. Unfortunately, chronic pain is more common than once thought, it is estimated that 1 in 4 Australians suffers from chronic pain, and musculoskeletal conditions such as low back pain and osteoarthritis are common conditions that may result in chronic pain.

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