Knee assessment, joint and ligament

Hip and Knee

Avoid unnecessary intervention with accurate hip and knee assessment.

Your exercises will be simplified to make them more effective.

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Hip assessment

Hips and knees are common areas of pain and injury for all age groups. The integration of the hip joint with the pelvis and lumbar spine requires thorough analysis of the lower limb with all hip pain assessment. Our experienced hip and knee physiotherapists will help you feel less pain, increase mobility, regain flexibility and become more comfortable with your movement.

Poor buttock strength can often cause hip,lateral hip,knee and kneecap pain. Doing the right exercise will help you get results faster. Targeted hip and knee pain physio treatments may help you avoid painful and invasive surgery. Hydrotherapy can be effective when strengthening hip muscles.

Common hip conditions are:

  • Hip bursitis
  • Hip tendinopathy
  • Hip impingement
  • Hip osteoarthritis
  • Hip replacement
  • Hip muscle imbalance

Knee pain

Hip and knee injuries may occur due to altered biomechanics, excessive load or as a result of a traumatic injury. Treatment to ease pain may include joint mobilising, dry needling, taping, hydrotherapy, home/gym exercises and activity modification.

Improving your buttock strength and weight loss will help with knee arthritis symptoms and help avoid knee replacement surgery. Finding the right starting point for exercises for you is our speciality.

Common knee conditions seen are:

  • Knee meniscal injuries
  • Knee ligament or tendon injuries
  • Knee bursitis
  • Knee osteoarthritis

Adolescent knee may experience rapid growth spurts causing muscle imbalances and pain. The kneecap or just below the knee where the patella tendon attaches (Osgood Schlatters) can cause pain. Knee taping, bracing or foot orthotics will allow you to continue with sport and help with strengthening exercises to improve your pain.


Physiotherapy for over 50s

GLA:D™ Hip and Knee program for Osteoarthritis

GLA:D™ (Good living with Arthritis: Denmark) is an evidence based education and exercise program for those with hip or knee osteoarthritis (OA). Developed by researchers in Denmark, this program has 28 000 participants on the Danish national registry since 2013. Researchers report results such as: 32% decrease in OA symptoms, improved joint stability, reduced pain medication use and increased activity levels continuing at 12 months review.

The specific neuromuscular exercises and education session aim to:

  • Help you better understand how to manage symptoms
  • Make your joint feel more stable
  • Improve your function and level of activity

The GLA:D™ Australia program has only recently been established, and the national registry will enable participants to be part of ongoing research into hip and knee osteoarthritis management. This program is ideal for anyone with mild, moderate or severe hip/knee osteoarthritis. It is also applicable for pre- or post- hip and knee joint replacement surgery.

Register for the FREE Education sessions or phone to enquire about how to join the program.

To learn more about the GLA:D™ Australia program, head to their website. There is a particularly relevant report by Norman Swan on osteoarthritis treatment.



Treatment by appointment Monday to Friday.

8:30am - 6:00pm.

Earlier and later appointments available on request.

Gym and home visits by appointment.

Appointment Costs

Initial Consult (45 minutes)
- Physiotherapist $120
- Principal Physiotherapist $140

Subsequent Consult (30 minutes)
- Physiotherapist $80
- Principal Physiotherapist $96

GLA:D™ Group classes $45

HICAPS and EFTPOS facilities available

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