• Welcome to PhysioPoint

  • PhysioPoint is the rehabilitation arm of Da Vinci Health. All in-patient and out-patient rehabilitation services are catered for by a dedicated team of physiotherapists, doctors, consultants and other health care professionals. We pride ourselves with the highest standards of physiotherapy service and exemplary customer care all of which are offered within our purpose built rehabilitation center with individual private treatment rooms and the latest therapeutic equipment together with a state of the art real time digital radiology service including an MRI and CT scanner.

  • At PhysioPoint we aim to offer a functional approach and strive to be a centre of excellence with our goal being that of helping you achieve yours. We work on the basis that all pain has a source and that source must be identified

  • About PhysioPoint

    At PhysioPoint we aim to offer a functional approach to rehabilitation. Our aim is to identify the cause of pain and treat it.  This requires an understanding of how the whole body functions and how certain problems can impact other parts of the body.

    All of the physiotherapists at PhysioPoint are experts in the physical diagnosis of movement impairments, have got post graduate Masters Degrees in various fields and are certified instructors with the APPI (Australian Pilates Physiotherapy Institute).  All physiotherapists work as a team, consulting one another to achieve the best possible results. 

    This team is further complemented and supported by the multidisciplinary team of medical experts working within Da Vinci Health. 

    At PhysioPoint we pride ourselves with the highest standards of physiotherapy service and exemplary customer care all of which are offered within our purpose built rehabilitation center with individual private treatment rooms and the latest therapeutic equipment 

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    Finding Balance in Later Years

    Oftentimes in later years people lament the loss of balance, unsteadiness in walking or even the occurrence of falls. The concept of balance is often wrapped in many myths and its loss is met by bewilderment, fear and apprehension of movement. This typically snowballs into inactivity and fear of the outdoors amongst the elderly. A simple phrase that demystifies the concept of balance is, “the [...]

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    One great disservice you can do to your body in advanced age is to not use it. To accept that reduced movement, loss of mobility, tiredness and even pain are somehow a normal part of ageing is simply not the case. Through movement and exercise, elderly individuals maintain their ability to enjoy their years in later life to the full, enjoying all that is near and dear to them. This can be [...]

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