Welcome to Bundeena Physiotherapy
With 40 years of experience our physiotherapist can offer relief from your pain and equip you to know more about your body and on the path of how to care for it ... so you gain more movement and energy for the activities you enjoy.
Acute or ongoing, localised or more widespread, clear or perplexing, we can help your aches, pains and limitations with our evidence-based methods. We know that we all need to keep moving to do the things we need to do and to get back to enjoying what we love.
Bundeena Physiotherapy is here to help you...
Move with Life
Our goal at Bundeena Physiotherapy is to provide quality, local, professional assessment, diagnosis and treatment for all manner of injuries and to equip you for sport, gardening, getting fit and getting on with life ... within the communities of Bundeena and Maianbar in the Royal National Park .
Our locum physiotherapist Kim Allan continues to help local with your injuries, aches and pains - thanks Kim!
Our current Physiotherapy hours are Thursdays and Fridays. Please call us on 95445565 to book an appointment
Pilates with Tina
moves to Bundeena Physiotherapy late October 2019.
Welcome Tina and all your clients!
Pain, stiffness, trigger points, muscle tension and other conditions respond well to massage, but it is just one modality in a long list of treatments that physiotherapists carry out. Read more →
Physiotherapists are knowledgeable in the areas of anatomy, physiology and kinesiology, thus they are well equipped to perform ergonomic consulting in the workplace and the home. Read more →
It is important to get a professional diagnosis with every ankle sprain no matter how mild, since there may be damage to tendons, bones and other joint tissues in addition to ligament damage. Read more →
Mountain biking is a fast, exciting sport that is gaining popularity. The type of injuries depend on the type of mountain biking you do, with downhill biking having a higher incidence of injury than biking on flat terrain. Read more →
Athletes regularly perform exercises to maintain or improve strength. Read more →
A Continuous Passive Motion device is one that is used to maintain passive range of motion following a knee replacement, ACL reconstruction or surgery of the finger joints, shoulder, wrist and hand. Read more →
Yoga and soft martial arts such as tai chi and sun do can provide you with the strength, flexibility and overall sense of well being you deserve. Read more →
Instead of lying on the couch, speak to your physiotherapist about other forms of exercise you can do that will not aggravate your injury and at the same time help you stay fit. Read more →
A fad is an idea, practice or habit that crops up suddenly and is gone in a short space of time. This is not only unrealistic, but unhealthy. Read more →
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