Physiotherapy Ramsay

Want to feel your best at every age?

Recovery Optimisation with Personalised Care.

Physiotherapy will not only help you heal from injuries, improve your mobility and reduce pain. It lets you live your life on your terms and realise your potential, so you don’t have to feel restricted. Our goal is not just to fix or treat your injury, but to help explain what happened. This will help you make the best decision for your healing and minimise the possibility of it recurring.

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Who we treat .

  • Children with physical developmental conditions   
  • Active men and women who wish to improve their performance, or prevent injuries.
  • Injury rehabilitation – muscular or Musculoskeletal
  • Older adults wanting to move as freely as possible
  • Anyone with movement issues or pain

Why choose our Physiotherapists?

Helping individuals and families stay happy, healthy, and active is why we love what we do – and why we do it very well. We combine the most current rehabilitation methods with the ones that have been proven for years to ensure the best possible outcomes for our patients. Additionally, we invest in innovative and advanced treatments not available elsewhere in the region.  

Our goal isn’t to simply treat your injury and fix your problem. It’s to help explain what happened and why. You will be able to make the best decisions now for your recovery and decrease the chance of the problem repeating. Our goal is to empower you and give you the tools to optimise your health.

Our team consists of highly-skilled and passionate people who are driven to get the best for their patients.

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ELBOW PAIN

Whether we acknowledge it or not,
we are constantly using and moving
our elbows. This means that an
elbow injury can be extremely
frustrating - and painful.

ROTATOR CUFF INJURY & TEAR

The rotator cuff is the group of
muscles, tendons and joint capsule
that stabilise your shoulder.

NERVE ANKLE PAIN

Damage to the nerves, and hence the
signals that are being transmitted
from the nerves to the brain
and back.

KNEE PAIN

Knee pain is often caused by overuse,
meaning that the symptoms come on
gradually over time.

ANKLE SPRAINS

Ankles sprains occur when the foot
suddenly twists inwards and the
ligaments that stabilise the ankle are
excessively stretched to the point
of strain.

TENDINOPATHIES

A tendinopathy refers to
damage incurred by a tendon
and the subsequent painful
symptoms that follow.

CALF INJURIES

Injury to the calves can be very
painful and severely limiting to
your regular daily activities - even
just walking!

SCIATICA

Sciatica causes pain that starts
at the lower back and spreads
down into the leg.

LOWER & UPPER BACK PAIN

Back pain can make everyday
tasks and general movement
incredibly painful.

SHOULDER BURSITIS

Bursitis describes the inflammation
of a small, cushion-like and fluid-
filled sac called a bursa.
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  • ROTATOR CUFF INJURY & TEAR

    The rotator cuff is the group of muscles and tendons that stabilise your shoulder.

  • ANKLE SPRAINS

    Ankles sprains occur when the foot suddenly twists inwards and the ligaments that stabilise the ankle are excessively stretched to the point of strain.

  • ELBOW PAIN

    We all use and move our elbows, regardless of whether we realise it or not. An elbow injury can cause frustration and pain, which can make it very difficult to complete everyday tasks.

  • CALF INJURIES

    Calves injuries can be extremely painful and seriously limit your daily activities, even walking.

  • NERVE PAIN
    Damage to nerves may affect the signals transmitted from the brain back to the nervous system.
  • SHOULDER BURSITIS
    Bursitis refers to inflammation of a small, fluid-filled, cushion-shaped sac called a bursa.
  • LOWER & UPPER BACK PAIN
    It can be very painful to move around and do everyday activities.
  • TENDINOPATHIES

    Tendinopathy is a condition that results from tendon damage and subsequent pain.

  • KNEE PAIN
    Overuse can lead to knee pain. Symptoms tend to develop gradually.
  • SCIATICA
    Sciatica causes pain that starts at the lower back and spreads down into the leg.

What are our clients saying?

85.8% rated us at 9 or 10 out of 10 when asked how likely they would be to refer our services to friends or family.

“Just through word of mouth, I ended up here at Optimise Health and it’s been one of the best things I’ve done because that started me on a journey to recovery on my right knee”.

Gerard Sippel
Professional Cricket Player 

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