If you’ve ever been to see a Physiotherapist, Remedial Massage Therapist, Myotherapist, Osteopath, Rolfer, Kinesiologist or any other kind of manual therapist any time since about 1950s, chances are that they have at some point in the treatment poked a sore spot on your body,… Read more »
Hills Physiotherapy offers a multitude of solutions for women during or after pregnancy, including for pre and post natal pelvic issues, and prophylactic care.
The human brain has a pattern of connectivity as unique as your fingerprints. It has the incredible capacity to perform 1,016 processes per second and consists of roughly 86 billion brain cells.
We’ve added a careers page to our website! Hills Physiotherapy is always on the lookout for passionate and talented people. For more information on the three roles we are currently looking to fill, please read our Careers at Hills page.
Stop. Before you click on the “close” button because you think this is just one more well meaning health professional who has never had to endure anything like the pain you go through every day, telling you that you can think your way out of… Read more »
Most pregnant women will come into contact with a physiotherapist for one reason or another; commonly due to back or groin pain from pelvic instability around the third trimester, or to hire a TENS unit for pain control during labour, or to assess and rehabilitate… Read more »
We’re happy to announce we now offer physiotherapy and orthotics services at Emerald Medical Centre! We’ll have therapists there Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Click through to see the full schedule!
Most people have heard of Clinical Pilates, but what makes it Clinical? And why is it so popular?
A question often asked in the clinic is “what is the most painful injury you treat?”, or “they say this is worse than child-birth, is that true?”
Headaches are a crippling problem for those who suffer them regularly, causing pain, vomiting, blurred vision, and sensitivity to light and loud noise. They are responsible for over 25 million lost days of work in the UK (few statistics exist for Aus) per year, and… Read more »