Queen Street Physiotherapy
215 Queen Street
Brisbane QLD 4000
Tel: (07) 3012 7294
Queen Street Physiotherapy is located in the heart of Brisbane city, on the corner of Queen and Edward streets on level 5 inside the Tattersall's Club. Simply enter from either Queen or Edward Streets into Tattersall's Arcade (boutique shops) and come through the club entrance past the concierge and take lift to level 5.
Queen Street Physiotherapy practitioners are experienced in the treatment of sports related injuries as well as treatment of workplace related neck, shoulder and back pain.
Queen Street Physiotherapy is conveniently located adjacent to the Tattersall's Club Gym and has ready access to Tattersall's 25 metre heated indoor swimming pool for rehabilitation purposes. These facilities can be utilised in treatment of Queen Street Physiotherapy patients and we are the only city physiotherapy practice to have access to a swimming pool for water based treatment and rehabilitation purposes.
Convenient gym access means patients of Queen Street Physiotherapy also benefit from being able to have the practitioner demonstrate the use of any gym equipment prescribed in an exercise program. This avoids unnecessary injury from the incorrect use of gym equipment.
Many conditions respond well to massage, but it is just one modality in a long list of procedures that physiotherapists carry out. more »
Scoliosis is a condition in which a person’s spine is curved from side to side and appears as an “S” or a “C” on an x-ray film. It occurs and worsens most commonly in adolescents and affects more girls than boys. more »
Kneecap pain or patellofemoral syndrome is pain in and around the kneecap or patella of the knee. Irritation to the soft tissues in front of the knee, or a breakdown of the cartilage can lead to pain. Runners who over train or train during injury are especially prone to this condition. more »
Tennis players become injured while playing either from a sudden impact or from overuse of muscles and joints. more »
Feldenkrais is a method of improving the body’s ability to function, learn, and change by increasing awareness of movement, posture, and breathing. more »
Surgical and non-surgical treatments are available for rotator cuff injuries. Your physiotherapist and doctor would determine which is right for you. more »
What matters most after getting injured is the quality and completeness of your recovery. Yet, people are often tempted to bypass professional guidance and advice at the first positive sign of healing. more »
By observing these rules of gym etiquette, you can make the gym a pleasant place for yourself and others. more »
Why do people perspire, and more specifically, why do some people perspire more than others? Sweat and perspiration remain hot scientific and social research topics, but there are a number of facts that assist our understanding of this most human phenomenon. more »
There is such a great variety of abdominal development machines on the market. How effective are they in giving you a 6-pack? more »
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