Active Sports and Spinal Physiotherapy
We are a Physiotherapy Clinic in Lilydale, Victoria. With five physiotherapists on site, both male and female, we provide comprehensive physiotherapy services to our local community and also service the Yarra Valley. We offer in-clinic treatments such as massage, mobilisations, injury prescription and post-operative rehabilitation. We also offer hydrotherapy and pilates classes under instruction of one of our physiotherapists.
We have a warm and welcoming atmosphere and welcome people from all walks of life to seek treatment from us, whether you be a young family, sportsperson or mature adult. We treat all body regions and injury types. We are able to provide an integrated approach to patient management, working closely with doctors and other medicos located in our building. MIA just next door allows easy access to diagnostic imaging and scans.
Enquiries about our services and staff are always welcome. Visit our contact page for details.
As a science-based practice, physiotherapy uses facts, theories and hypotheses and tests them against available data. Read more →
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