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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