The very best in Physiotherapy care, using the most up to date Sports Medicine and Physiotherapy research available

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Physiotherapy

SquareOne Physiotherapists are experts in the diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal problems.

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SquareOne Remedial Massage Therapists are experienced in a wide range of soft tissue therapy techniques.

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Physiotherapy

SquareOne staff strive to provide the very best in Physiotherapy care using the most up to date Sports Medicine and Physiotherapy research available.

SquareOne Physiotherapists are experts in the diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal problems. Our emphasis is on the correction of movement dysfunction which can be the cause of problems such as spinal pain, sports injuries or work related musculoskeletal problems. Taking a detailed history and establishing an accurate diagnosis to identify the cause of your symptoms is our initial priority. We will then prescribe a treatment program that may include evidence based methods such as:

  • hands on manual therapy (mobilisation, manipulation)
  • soft tissue release techniques
  • acupuncture/dry needling
  • taping
  • real time ultrasound (to see your muscles)
  • corrective exercise
  • rehabilitation programs
  • muscle energy techniques
  • ergonomic and postural advice
  • functional strengthening programs

With a wealth of experience and expertise in physiotherapy and sports injury management,

we can assist with:

  • Back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Sciatica
  • Sports injuries
  • Pre & post-surgery
  • Headaches
  • Jaw problems
  • Tennis & golfer's elbow
  • Shoulder injuries
  • Ankle sprains
  • Knee pain
  • Hip pain
  • Foot & heel pain
  • Core stability
  • Workplace injuries
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Pelvic dysfunction
  • Incontinence
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    You do not need a Dr’s referral to see us however we do work closely with many local GP’s and Specialists who we communicate with regularly.

    We welcome patients of all ages and abilities

     

    Mosman Women's Health

    Mosman Women’s Health has been a part of SquareOne since 2016.
    Our great team have all undertaken extra training to be able to provide Women’s Health specific Physiotherapy in our new purpose built rooms.
     
     
     
    Our Women's Specific Programs include: 
  • Mums and Bubs Pilates
  • Individualised Equipment pilates focusing on pre/postnatal and pelvic floor
  • Pregnancy reformer classes
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    We run specialised clinics for:
  • Postnatal check clinic - return to exercise, pelvic floor assessment, abdominal separation
  • Incontinence clinic
  • Prolapse clinic
  • Pelvic pain clinic
  • Pessaries clinic
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    We now offer our patients:
  • E-stim for dysynergies, incontinence, sphincter control
  •  Biofeedback (including external for adolescents and paediatrics)
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 Real Time Ultrasound

SquareOne Physio’s use Real Time Ultrasound (RTUS) as an assessment and teaching tool for core muscle retraining. Research has shown that activation of the deep lumbar stabilising muscles (transverses abdominis, multifidus and pelvic floor) is reduced in patients with a history of chronic lumbo-pelvic musculoskeletal dysfunction. Reactivation and strengthening of the deep stabilising muscles has been shown to result in reduced levels of pain and improved function compared to non-specific conventional abdominal strengthening exercises in patients with chronic lumbar spine dysfunction.

RTUS is a teaching tool that can be used in patients with conditions such as degenerative disc disease, facet joint arthritis, spondylolisthesis, post abdominal surgery, hip and pelvic pain, post pregnancy low back pain and non-specific low back pain related to motor control abnormalities. It allows patients to see their muscles on a screen as they learn to activate them and thus provides invaluable feedback for rehabilitation and motor relearning of these previously hard to visualise muscle groups. We also use Real Time Ultrasound as a retraining tool for certain hip and shoulder joint injuries.

 

  • Assessment
  • Diagnosis
  • Hands on manual therapy
  • Rehabilitation/exercise program

Physiotherapy Fees

SquareOne has a tired pricing structure to reflect the qulifications and experince of our team and allow you to select the Physiotherapist that best suits your needs.

 

  • Initial Consult: $110/$125/$135
  • Initial Consult (60 mins): $165/$185/$200
  • Standard Consult (30 mins): $100/$115/$125

 
Tiered Physio information

Tier 1
Physiotherapist

Physiotherapy Bachelor or Graduate Entry Masters University qualifications

Tier 2
Titled Physiotherapist / Women's Health

Minimum 6 years experience
Completed Post-Graduate Masters in Sports and/or Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy

Tier 3
Practice Principals 
More than 18 years experience
Completed Post-Graduate Masters in Sports and/or Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy

PERFORMANCE – CLINICAL STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING

Assessment (60 mins): $165

Performance 1:1 (45 - 60 mins): $125 

A full list of our pricing structure is available from our friendly admin team

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    As many as 50% of women experience PGP during pregnancy. Happily, 90% of women recover from PGP within 12 months of having their baby. However, up to 10% of women can continue to have significant PGP and disability 2 years post-birth.
    PGP refers to pain felt either in the back of the pelvis, on one or both sides and/or pain over the pubic joint. Pain in generally located between the top of the pelvis and the bottom of the buttocks. Pain may be referred into the buttock and/or down the leg, so it’s often confused with sciatica 
    PGP involving the pubic symphysis joint can also refer pain to the groin, inner thigh, lower abdomen and vaginal area. 
    PGP is a condition often misdiagnosed, misunderstood and poorly managed.


    What causes PGP during pregnancy and after having a baby?
    During pregnancy there are many changes that occur to your body that change the way it works. There are obvious changes that include:
    ·      Your tummy growing, which stretches your abdomen and stomach muscles
    ·      The weight of your baby sitting on your pelvic floor muscles throughout the pregnancy, providing a slight stretch to them 
    ·      Your centre of gravity, or balance point, moving forward as your tummy grows, which adds increased load to your back and challenges your balance

    Less obvious are the hormonal changes that occur, right from the first trimester, which changes the ‘stretchiness’ of your ligaments. Relaxin is one of the hormones responsible for this increase in ligament laxity, as it changes the collagen structure of your connective tissue (which makes up ligaments). Connective tissue, including ligaments, helps control your joints and support your pelvic floor muscles.

  • Tiered Pricing Structure
  • Last month we welcomed Sol into the Titled Physio fold after she completed her Masters in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy.
    SquareOne now have 5 Titled Physios - with only 1500 in Australia we sit well above the average for your average Physio clinic! (FYI -there are only 10 at the Australian Institute of Sport)
    Any wonder SquareOne continues to be the preferred Physio provider for Mosman and surrounds. 
    On 1st July we will move to a tiered pricing structure for our Physiotherapy consults to reflect the extra knowledge, expertise and case management you receive when seeing one of our Titled Physios. 

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