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New Kinross Physiotherapy Clinic

New Kinross Physiotherapy Clinic

Kinross Physiotherapy

Following the recent expansion to Pearsall, Ben Gabrovec and Move Well are happy to open a fresh new clinic at the Edinburgh Family Medical Centre in Kinross. Kinross Physiotherapy grows the partnership between Ben and Move Well to 5 clinics in the northern suburbs as they are thrilled to be joining Dr Sanjay Kanodia at Edinburgh Family Medical Centre.

They are also thrilled to continue to provide high quality Physiotherapy through the northern coastal suburbs- an area where they have worked and actively been apart of the community for over 10 years.

Mitchell Peate is our first class Physio at Kinross and he is always available to answer any questions regarding Physiotherapy and if it can help you. So feel free to contact Mitch or drop into clinic today!

Treating everything from neck pain to back pain, sports injuries, muscle tears, ankle sprains, headaches and everything in between we are here to help you!

From our Kinross Physiotherapy clinic you can also be referred to our extended services of Pilates, Hydrotherapy and Exercise Classes run from our Quinns Physiotherapy location.



1/23 Edinburgh Avenue
WA 6028

Ph: 9304 8844 / Fax: 9304 8822

Email: Kinross Physiotherapy

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Non-Specific Low Back Pain

Non-Specific Low Back Pain

Low Back Pain

Physiotherapy can be successful in the treatment of non-specific low back pain, and evidence of this can be found in the Australian Physiotherapy Association’s Low Back Pain Position Statement. Move Well Physiotherapists are up to date with current research in the area of non-specific low back pain and the APA Low Back Pain Position Statement.

Research Evidence

There is evidence to suggest that physiotherapy treatment in a variety of forms can be beneficial in the treatment of acute, sub-acute and chronic low back pain. Physiotherapy assessment can often pinpoint the structures causing the pain and allow early commencement of appropriate treatment and rehabilitation to improve the condition.

Classification of Non-Specific Low Back Pain

There are many classifications for non-specific low back pain. Often it can be difficult to determine the exact source of the pain. Non-specific low back pain may be wide spread, diffuse, achey, or even have some sharp sensations with movement. Sometimes there may be referred leg pain when the low back pain is bad. Pain may be aggaravated by standing and walking, or bending and sitting.

Physiotherapy Treatment of Non-Specific Low Back Pain

The Physiotherapist will use clinical reasoning skills to determine the likely source or causes of the non-specific low back pain. The patient may require hands on treatment to mobilise stiff joints, stretch tight tissues, and mobilise neural structures. Specific exercise prescription may be required to retrain the lumbar spine stabilising muscles and generally strengthen and mobilise the spine. Other exercises may be commenced to retrain movement patterns to take pressure off the painful structures and teach the patient to move in the most efficient manner. The physiotherapist will also encourage patient self management so the patient can be responsible for the daily completion of their exercise program to ensure the chance of re-injury is reduced.

Contact us at one of our Move Forward Clinic Locations if we can assist.

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