New TelePhysio Services Available
As a result of COVID19, we are now offering a TeleHealth video option to our patients who are unable to attend our clinic in person. In these most trying of times, we are determined to continue serving our patients as best we can.
The TelePhysio appointment consists of a 30 minute one-on-one video session with your preferred physiotherapist. With specific and individualised advice and instruction, your experienced Physio will lead you through a thorough assessment, diagnosis and management of your problem. This may cover a range of issues; from new or ongoing musculoskeletal problems, working from home ergonomic set-ups or home based exercises to replace your usual gym routine.
We have incorporated a new on-line tool called Physitrack to set-up your very own exercise and self management program that will be emailed directly to you after the consultation. And as always, our Physio's remain available to speak to you directly at any time.
To book your TelePhysio appointment please click the button below.
If you would like further information about TelePhysio please phone the clinic on 9510 3555.
Absolute Physiotherapy in Prahran
Absolute Physiotherapy provides an integrated approach to management of an injury, whether you are a recreational athlete, competitive sportsperson, office worker or a professional dancer.
Our aim is to repair and rehabilitate. Individually tailored treatment and rehabilitation programs are developed for each patient. Progress is closely monitored and regulated providing optimal recovery from your injury.
Our approach is supported by accurate diagnosis, thorough treatment, appropriate rehabilitation and injury prevention advice.
Providing treatment for
Back & neck pain
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