Muscle strains | Sprains | Sports Injuries | Headaches | Joint and Back Pain

Key Benefit

Physiotherapy will improve your recovery time, improving your mobility and reducing your pain sooner. Early assessment and treatment is important for a quick return to health.1

Recover From Injury

HFRC’s physiotherapists can help you recover from injury, reduce pain and stiffness, increase mobility and improve your quality of life. Our physiotherapists are trained to assess your condition, diagnose the problem, and help you understand your condition


Our physiotherapist can develop exercise programs to improve mobility and strengthen muscles; provide joint manipulation and mobilisation to reduce pain and stiffness; assist with muscle re-education to improve control; use soft tissue mobilisation (massage), acupuncture and hydrotherapy; assist with use of aids such as splints, crutches, walking sticks and wheelchairs.

Specialised Facilities for optimal treatment

Our physiotherapy facilities have been specifically designed for the optimal treatment of arthritis, sprains, sporting injuries, joint and back pain.

Patients have access to specialised treatment options including specialty resistance training equipment, medical ergometers and hydrotherapy (aquatic) pool,.

Health Funds

As a first point-of-contact practitioner, referrals to see our physiotherapists are not required.

We are a recognised provider for all major private health insurers. You may be entitled to a private health rebate depending on your level of cover.

Related Services

Patients with osteoarthritis may also be interested in viewing arthritis management service.

Patients with sporting injuries may be interested in our sports physiotherapy service.

  1. Australian Physiotherapy Association
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