Alderley Physiotherapy

Understanding your injuries

Physiotherapy near Alderley

With plenty of experience between them, our physiotherapists near Alderley will get you up and running in no time.

If you are looking for experience? look no further that Wilston Physiotherapy & Massage.

Physiotherapists are fantastic in treating:

  • Sports Injuries
  • Repetitive strain injuries
  • Muscle strains, sprains and tears
  • Core strengthening
  • Movement re-education


Calum Fraser

  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy

  • 19 Years Experience

  • Worked with Professional sporting teams

  • Hands on Treatments

  • Dry Needling

  • Strength Training

Grange Physio Calum
Grange Physio Katherine


Katherine Schindler

  • Master in Physiotherapy studies

  • 15 Years of Experience

  • Cross Fitter & Dragon Boater

  • Sporting Injuries

  • Manual Therapies

  • Strength Training

  • Balance Training

What makes our Alderley Physiotherapists different?

With nearly 35 years experience between them working as a private practice physiotherapists Calum and Katherine have successfully treated many musculoskeletal conditions. With this vast experience they are able to dig deep into your issues and not only identify the cause of your current injury or issue, but they are able to give you understanding as to why the injuury may have occured or why it keeps reoccuring to you. Identifying the underlying issues if often the difference between short symptomatic relief and gaining control of your condition so that you can continue to do what you want or need to do.

Sometimes issues can be related to old issues. Has your rotator cuff become tight and sore because of a previous knee injury on your opposite side? Or perhaps an issue with your hip is causing you to unevenly load your lumbar spine? Or maybe your neck issues has developed because of a restricted rotator cuff?

Often changes in movement patterns, techniques or strength imbalances occur overtime witout us even realising. While we may think our squat is going well we may be loading our lower back more than we need to, or perhaps our running technique isn’t as smooth as what we first thought. The problem with our bodies is that we are very complicated, these movements involve many moving parts and many muscles all working synergestically to cause the desired movements. On top of this our bodies are all different. Everyones femurs are different lenghts, our pelvises are structured differently and some of us like to pronate a little bit more while we are running. While on thier own, there is nothing wrong with variation in techniques and in movement patterns, however all these factors contribute to you mechanics and may or may not be contributing to your condition.

It takes experience to understand these dynamics, whether or not they are related to your injuuries and understand how to treat these conditions effectively and efficiently.

It also takes a physiotherapist with a strength and conditioning background to effective teach strengthening exercises and rehabilitate you back to your fullest.

Experienced Physiotherapists

Physiotherapist Alderley

Experiencing discomfort? Recently pulled a muscle? Dealing with back strain or a sprained joint?

Physiotherapy is a profession devoted to understanding your condition, offering pain relief, and assisting you in achieving your goals.

Backed by comprehensive knowledge in hands-on manual therapy techniques and strength conditioning, our physiotherapists are dedicated to restoring your ability to engage in your preferred activities.

Your Physiotherapy Consultation

During your visit to our Alderley Physiotherapist, you’ll undergo a thorough screening process aimed at identifying any significant concerns or conditions. These questions enable the physiotherapist to gain insight into your condition, not only pinpointing its immediate cause but also understanding the factors leading up to it. Uncovering underlying issues is crucial for preventing re-aggravation or re-injury.

Following the screening, the physiotherapist will conduct a series of tests and movements to further assess your condition and work towards a diagnosis. Once the injury is identified, they’ll provide a detailed explanation of the situation, including its causes and the recommended path forward.

Treatment may involve manual therapies such as massage, mobilisations, manipulations, dry needling, or strapping. Additionally, the physiotherapist will assist you with movements and techniques, and provide you with home exercises to aid in your continued improvement outside of the clinic. They may also recommend joining gym exercise classes, featuring weight training, Pilates exercises, and progressive strengthening and conditioning exercises. Moreover, specialized exercise classes for the elderly are available to enhance balance and maintain strength and bone density.