KALAMUNDA PHYSIOTHERAPY CENTRE ACCREDITED FOR 6TH TIME!!

It is with great pleasure I inform you that Kalamunda Physiotherapy Centre has attained QIP Accreditation for the 6th consecutive time.  This is a voluntary accreditation process that displays the Centre’s ability to deliver safe, effective and patient focussed treatment to their many and loyal patients since Mark Oberman has…

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5 facts about osteoarthritis – Physiotherapy can help!

Physiotherapy is instrumental in managing osteoarthritis. It is the most common chronic condition of the joints and affects 48 per cent of Australians aged over 50. At Kalamunda Physiotherapy Centre we have the expertise and facilities to help manage your condition.  We have exceptional therapists with years of experience treating…

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Physio can help avoid surgery for those with OA

Physio can help you avoid surgery for osteoarthritis. At Kalamunda Physiotherapy Centre we specialise in exercise based rehabilitation programs to assist with your OA conditions and avoid surgery.  We have a fully equipped gym and an indoor heated pool for this.  These are the best facilities in Kalamunda. For an…

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Physiotherapy Preventing Falls

Physio can help, this #AprilFallsMonth The Economic Value of Physiotherapy report, recently commissioned by the APA, found that physio can help #fallsprevention through strength and balance training. To start your strength and balance training or for more information, contact Kalamunda Physiotherapy Centre on 9257 1244 or book an appointment online at www.kalamundaphysio.com.au We’re…

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Predicting falls risks

The 3 meter backwards walk test: a novel measure of fall risk walking.  Do you use this test in your daily practice when working with those at risk of falling? It may be something to consider.  This brilliant graphic was made by Kevin Wernli Physio, and is based off a…

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Physiotherapy and Cancer Care

Physiotherapy plays an important role and can help address functional decline before, during and after cancer treatment. Dr Elise Gane, APAM, Jayne Grubits-Kingand, APAM, Leah McIntyre, APAM, Dr Sharon Czerniec, APAM and Megan Howard, MACP, present five discussion points about the role of physiotherapy across the cancer continuum of care….

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Physiotherapy and Mental Health

Your mental health is important. Listen to your body and take time to refresh, repair and rejuvenate yourself as we head into the weekend. You are your most important asset. Physiotherapy provides the right kinds of physical activity and physiological changes to assist with your positive mental health. To get…

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