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!
The "placebo effect" is used to describe a treatment that doesn't help you in real terms. Physiotherapy relies on quantifiable results that can be measured to prove their effectiveness. Read more →
Occupational rehabilitation is the process of restoring function to injured workers so they can return to work. Depending on the type of injury, the individual may have to be trained in a new line of work. Read more →
The knee joint is a complex structure of bones, ligaments, muscles, cartilage and the joint capsule. Read more →
After a cycling injury the pleasure of getting on a bike and enjoying the freedom of the ride can be overtaken by pain and discomfort. Read more →
When a physiotherapist manipulates a joint, it means we take the joint to its end of range and then we perform a quick thrust movement to which takes the joint past its normal range of movement. Read more →
Common sense and scientific studies tell us that overweight and obese people have the greatest risk of back problems and the worst recovery rate. Read more →
Whether you are an athlete in the prime of life, an elderly person or someone recuperating from an illness, walking is one form of exercise that nearly everyone can, and should, participate in. Read more →
Childhood obesity carries with it the risk of diabetes, asthma, sleep problems, lack of energy and frequent injuries, all of which can result in poor school performance. Read more →
A sluggish metabolism does not allow the body to get rid of excess calories. The result is overweight and its attendant problems. Read more →
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