Physiotherapists help you get the most out of life

Meet our Physiotherapists. Here to help you get the most out of life! From left – Joe, Anna-Rose, Janelle, Belinda, Jane and Kerry (not in this photo shoot are Claire and Kevin).

Why use a Physiotherapist? Our team of physiotherapists are experts in movement and function who support individuals to overcome movement disorders and maximise their functional capacity. These movement disorders may have been present from birth, acquired through accident or injury, or are the result of the ageing process or life-changing events.

Working closely with our clients to achieve their personal goals, our physiotherapists help individuals return to everyday activities, improve their mobility and/or develop new and interesting hobbies. They have knowledge of complex conditions and diseases and are trained to advise individuals on ways to manage conditions and design programs that respond to the limitations people can experience. As a result, individuals can engage in activities of daily living whilst preventing further pain and injury.

Areas where physiotherapists may be able to provide support include:

Chronic pain, arthritis, pain in muscles and jointsNeurological conditions – eg stroke, Parkinson’s Disease, cerebral palsy
Reduced balance or falls Walking or mobility difficulties
Diabetes Lung/Respiratory conditions
Reduced physical condition/fitness Muscle weakness
Spinal pain associated with pregnancy Sports injury

The range of services our physiotherapists can provide to help improve health and wellbeing include:

Create a personalised plan to improve health and wellbeing Airway clearance techniques and breathing exercises
Support for seating, movement and mobility Reconditioning and supervised gym sessions
Muscle re-education Fitness for weight loss and improved function
Exercise programs to improve mobility and strength Rehabilitation following injury or onset of a muscle condition
PD Warrior™ (Parkinson’s Disease program) Soft tissue mobilisation
Mobility assessments Prevention of chronic disease
Training to use aids, splints, wheelchairs and walking sticks Aids and equipment to improve mobility and strength
Aquatic therapy classes and programs Falls Prevention program

Recovery Station provides evidence-based physiotherapy services, including individual assessment and health planning, individualised treatment, and group sessions targeting specific health needs.

Call us to discuss your client’s Allied Health needs

P: 1300 588 851



Greater Sydney – Central Coast – Lower Hunter