Physiotherapy strives to work collaboratively with like minded clinicians and its patients to provide an integrated approach to healthcare concerns. We believe that the patient is at the core of their treatment paradigm and as such, we want you to be involved every step of the way when resolving your health concerns.
Treatments and programs are specifically tailored for you and your overall health so that our input leaves you feeling better for the long run.
Physiotherapy combines uniformly with other modalities of healthcare such as chiropractic and podiatry treatments. As such we always consider the patient, their values and other possible measures that may be necessary to ensure you are being fully looked after.
About our clinic
Meet Our Physiotherapists
Peter qualified from the University of South Australia with a Bachelor of Human Movement and a masters in physiotherapy, as well as post graduate qualifications in Chronic Conditions and Pain Management at Flinders University. In his time as a physiotherapist, Peter has focused his treatment techniques on blending his knowledge of physiotherapy and strength and conditioning into his treatment style which provides patients with a long term solution to their presenting complaints. Peter enjoys seeing a variety of different types of patients and has a keen interest in the sporting hip and groin, low back pain and biomechanic analysis of movement. What he is most passionate about is working with like minded health practitioners to provide long term, sustainable outcomes for his patients and listening carefully to how he can best help them, so that they can continue to do what they love. In his time away from the clinic, Peter enjoys a hit of golf with his mates and learning about food and wine.
Bachelor of Applied Science, Human Movement and Health Studies
Masters of Physiotherapy
Graduate certificate in Chronic Conditions and Pain Management
Level 1 Titlelist Performance Institute Physiotherapist
Certificate III and IV in fitness
Past and Present Roles
Adelaide United Youth Team Physiotherapist 2014-2017
Medical Director for Hockey SA 2017- Current
Sports Medicine Australia
GEMt dry needling Australia
Australia Physiotherapy Association
Titleist Performance Institute
Being involved in sports from a young age, Joseph also has a keen interest in treating sports injuries and has worked as a physiotherapist for professional and semi-professional athletes. Having played soccer at a local premier league level, Joseph now thrives on helping emerging stars stay fit and work toward their sporting goals.
Other current roles:
Club Physiotherapist at MetroStars Soccer Club
Member of Sports Medicine Australia
Australian Physiotherapy Association
Our Mission Is to Provide a Professional & Honest Approach to Health Care
Joint mobilisation techniques
Sometimes as a result of injury or dysfunction, a joint will become stiff or not move efficiently.
Physiotherapists can use various passive joint techniques to gently encourage the appropriate
movement of a particular joints, and this technique can be use as an adjunct to massage therapy.
Your physiotherapist can also teach you self mobilisation techniques to help your dysfunction, a
great way to encourage patient centred care and develop a working understanding of your
condition and working towards a great outcome.
A treatment technique where sterile acupuncture needles are used to release trigger points of any muscle in the body in order to reduce muscular pain.
referred for the best modality of imaging (X-ray, ultrasound, CT, MRI), with exceptional
communication with your GP and other health care practitioners a long the way.
Exercise Programming and Performance
physiotherapist will sit down with you to discuss the best way to tackle exercise programs and
improve your health or better your performance. Providing a plan for you in consideration of your
needs will be the best way to ensure you achieve the best results possible. From the elite
sportsperson to the person wanting to change their habits for the better, we are here to help you
reach your goals.
Soft tissue therapy
Physiotherapists use a variety of techniques such as myofascial release, massage therapy, trigger
point therapy and deep tissue massage to provide relief of pain and restore function.
Functional Movement Assessments
about why an injury may have occurred. Just as importantly, why they may keep coming back!
Physiotherapists can assess your functional movements and see where impairments lie. Adelaide
Sports Physiotherapists use integrative and collaborative technology via the AXIT system to help