Physiotherapy is a healthcare profession that assesses, diagnoses, treats and works to prevent disease and disability through physical means. Physiotherapists are experts in the areas of posture and body movement (biomechanics). They work in partnership with their patients to assist them in overcoming their posture or movement disorders, which may have been present from birth, acquired through accident or injury, or are the result of aging or life-changing events.

Physiotherapists follow a specific clinical process when helping their patients recover from injury. This involves listening to their patients’ needs, undertaking a thorough interview and assessment, and then working with them to devise the most appropriate management plan for their condition. This will include setting realistic, short/ long term goals and treatment outcomes. Physiotherapists can then draw from an extensive pool of evidence based treatment techniques designed to reduce patients’ pain and stiffness, and restore/improve their mobility and physical function.

Our Practice

Wilston Physiotherapy has long been considered the clinic of choice in Wilston and the surrounding suburbs. Having been in practice for over twenty years, strong ties have been formed between our clinic and the local community (including referring doctors/specialists, podiatrists, personal trainers/gyms, exercise physiologists and the staff at Newmarket QScan)

Our Mission is to provide a professional and personal approach to caring for patients – with positive, measured outcomes. When you visit our clinic you can be assured that you will receive the ultimate in physiotherapy care, in stylish and private treatment rooms. Appointments are one –on – one, so that you always have the physiotherapist’s full attention. We take the time to listen to your needs, investigate the source and nature of your problem and then formulate a plan to address that problem.

The extensive knowledge, skills and experience possessed by our therapists is a great advantage to you, as they assist you with injury management. Treating staff can offer you a wide variety of evidence based treatment options aimed at reducing pain and restoring/ maintaining optimal physical functioning and mobility. We will also empower you to be as independent as possible throughout your treatment period. Research supports the notion that self management of an injury, away from the clinic, can significantly reduce injury recovery time.

In summary, our Goal is to always work professionally and have our patients moving well and functioning in a comfortable and efficient manner, as quickly as possible.

Call Wilston Physiotherapy on 07 3856 2811 or visit us at 1/209 Days Road, and discover the freedom to live your life as it should be enjoyed!

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Our Staff

Calum Fraser
Calum FraserPhysiotherapist
Calum was born into an athletics/health family so he always had an interest in training and rehabilitation. Calum has a keen interest in rehabilitating injuries, whether sporting; a sprained ankle…

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Timm Eu
Timm EuMassage Therapist & Acupuncturist
Timm graduated in 2006 from the Australian Institute of Applied Sciences and joined the team in 2008. Timm believes in the holistic approach and combines deep tissue / acupressure / relaxation massage…

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Joshua Kilpatrick
Joshua KilpatrickPhysiotherapist
Josh graduated from the Australian Catholic University (ACU) in 2017 and, for the past three years, has been working in private practice.

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Matthew Farrell
Matthew FarrellPhysiotherapist
Matthew grew up in Warwick before making the move to Brisbane and completing his Bachelor Physiotherapy at the University of Queensland.

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Jessica Li
Jessica LiPhysiotherapist
Originally from Canada, Jessica completed her Bachelors of Science at the University of Toronto before moving to Brisbane to obtain her Masters of Physiotherapy at the University of Queensland.

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