Queenstown Physiotherapy was established in 1977.
In 2003 it moved to its present site as part of the Queenstown Medical Centre. This gives us immediate access to doctors, radiology, and pharmacy. In addition to our central Queenstown clinic, we also have a clinic in Frankton.
Having purpose-built facilities attracts exceptional staff and we pride ourselves on providing high quality and effective physiotherapy to the Queenstown community.
In our central Queenstown clinic we have physiotherapists, osteopaths, and massage therapists providing a cohesive multidisciplinary team who share knowledge and experience to ensure your optimum recovery.
We treat clients with a wide range of complaints from acute sprains and strains to the longstanding aches and pains that life brings. Whether you are a long time local or a traveller who has had too much fun in Queenstown, we have the skills and experience to help you.
At Queenstown Physiotherapy prevention is also an emphasis. We provide manual handling talks to local businesses and education sessions to local tourism activity companies. We are happy to share our knowledge and expertise to any local community group or business.
– OUR SERVICES –
At Queenstown Physio we treat a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions.
We prevent as well as treat, getting you back to optimum function and performance.
We look at your lifestyle, your wellness and give you tools to reduce the effect of stress on your body. Our physios will work to exceed your expectations, delivering clinically reasoned treatments alongside user friendly education and wellness solutions. Looking at your whole lifestyle can help us address the trigger and causes of pain and help get you better faster.
Do you want to get the most out of your riding? Paul will use video analysis to look at how you move on your bike and highlight any significant asymmetries which can make you prone to injury. Your bike will then be adjusted to fit you and your movement patterns to try to prevent injury and enhance performance. A biomechanical assessment will test those commonly used muscles in riding for weakness or tightness and from this Paul will provide you with an individualised exercise programme to help you reach your goals.
2 hour assessment $250
Do you have a hand, wrist, forearm or upper limb injury? Our physio Deborah can help. Her focus encompasses all hand, wrist, elbow and upper limb injuries and conditions, and she enjoys the specific challenges that accompany these. Deborah completed her post graduate training in 2019 to become a hand therapist to advance her skills in assessment, diagnosis, management and splinting of conditions of the hand, wrist, forearm and upper limb. Her 25 years of extensive physiotherapy experience and her PG Dip (Musculoskeletal) 2003 enables her to provide a high standard of care and clinical reasoning to the hand patients that she sees. Her goal is to optimize the client’s function, precision, manipulation and power and Deborah can make custom-made splints for your specific hand injury. If you need both exceptional physiotherapy and a compassionate, supportive clinician then Deborah is the physio for you.
The role of rehabilitation is becoming increasingly important in cancer care to help people stay physically and emotionally strong during and after treatment. There is a vast and growing amount of evidence illustrating that exercise rehabilitation is one of the best “medicines” people can take in addition to their standard cancer treatments. Research is showing the exercise can help to reduce the recurrence of cancer. PINC cancer rehab is suitable for any type of cancer and any stage from diagnosis, during and after chemo or surgery to many years after treatment has been completed. It is suitable for all ages, fitness levels and mobility. Our physio Anna has completed her PINC training and is passionate about providing this clientele with the tools to allow them to take control of their own recovery. Email Anna for further information.
The vestibular system includes the organs in the inner ear and the areas of the brain that process information regarding vision and motion, and is crucial for maintaining balance and for the stability of gaze. People with vestibular disorders can experience a whole range of symptoms including vertigo, dizziness, visual disturbance, feelings of being off-balance, and strange disturbing sensations in their heads with head movements. Vestibular rehabilitation depends on the presenting symptoms and thorough examination. It focuses on improving those symptoms through a range of exercises for their balance, vision, and strength. There is a high level of evidence available demonstrating vestibular rehabilitation for treating dizziness to be safe, effective and relatively inexpensive. It is an excellent tool in enabling patients to fulfill their potential, increasing their physical activity levels and achieving their goals. If you experience vertigo, dizziness or imbalance vestibular physiotherapy can help you. Call and make an appointment with Beni or Paul.