Welcome to Eastern Suburbs Physiotherapy
Eastern Suburbs Physiotherapy [ESP] is more than just a physiotherapy clinic. It offers a range of holistic health care that can guide you back to wellness and more than that, show you how to keep well!. Included in our services are:
Physiotherapy is a natural, drug-free approach that utilises highly skilful manual techniques, specific exercise prescription and electrotherapy to restore you back to health. As they say, there is no substitute for experience. Chris Woodman, Cliff Woodward and Anne Woodward are very experienced physiotherapists who can help you in the following areas:
Back and Neck Pain – those pains that so commonly can spoil our day and reduce our effectiveness.
Headaches - you could live without them! We offer a natural, drug-free treatment that works.
Sports Injuries – we have managed the whole range of sports injuries and aim to get you back on track FAST.
Postural Pain – poor posture leads to pain in the head, neck and back. Find out what you can do about it.
Work Related Injuries – we are registered providers under the Victorian WorkSafe scheme and in addition to injury management can provide ergonomic assessment and guidance.
Motor Vehicle Accidents – we are registered providers with the Transport Accident Commission and have dealt with hundreds of cases over the last 30 years.
Neurological Disorders – If you need treatment or advice about Stroke, MS, Parkinsons’ Disease and Vestibular Disorders Anne is the physiotherapist to see.
Vestibular Rehabilitation - Anne can help you with repositioning techniques for BPPV and vestibular rehabilitation for balance and dizziness problems.
Back and Neck Pain
The statistics tell us that 80% of us will have at least one significant episode of back/neck pain – so it can happen to most of us at some time and at any age!
A headache is a common, often debilitating condition that affects 96% of people at some time in their life.
Many of us love our sport, watching or playing. Those of us who play sport are likely to pick up the occasional injury which can keep us away from our passion. This applies equally to the weekend netballer or the serious athlete.