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Our Adelaide CBD physiotherapy clinic services patients needing a physio in Aberfoyle Park, Adelaide, Adelaide Airport or agery.

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About Physio Now Adelaide CBD

Here at Physio Now Adelaide, we want to provide you with a one-of-a-kind experience - for us; this means focusing on the details. We focus on a one on one approach, a unique and highly effective approach to target the root cause of your dysfunction.

Our physios are constantly testing and refining our methods to ensure we consistently achieve the best results for you.

At Physio Now Adelaide, we believe in sharing knowledge immediately, allowing you to better understand your body and get more out of your treatment after each session.

Our practitioners

Lee Stewart

Lee Stewart is the senior physiotherapist and owner of Physio Now Adelaide. He started this physio clinic to provide exceptional physiotherapy care across Adelaide.

Lee is always striving to learn, completing many post-graduate courses to improve his physiotherapy skills. He has refined his treatment approach, utilising the concept of Tensegrity - which helps Lee look beyond the superficial injury and ensures that any improvement made is permanent and positively life-changing.

If this wasn't enough - Lee also works with the Adelaide Crows as a sports trainer, providing vital on and off-field assistance to the team. His work with the Adelaide Crows has also piqued his interest in concussion management, and he is now a certified CCCMI physiotherapist.

AHPRA registration
Flinders University (2019)

Our location

Off street parking
Disability access

Suburbs we service

Our physio services

  • Sports Physiotherapy
  • Bulk Billing Physiotherapy
  • Motor Vehicle Injuries
  • Post-Natal Physiotherapy
  • Remedial Massage
  • Women's Health Physiotherapy
  • Dry Needling
  • Paediatric Physiotherapy
  • Posture Correction
  • Soft Tissue and Muscle Injuries
  • Aged Care Physiotherapy
  • Gait and Balance
  • Post Surgical Rehabilitation
  • Pregnancy Care
  • Sports Injury Prevention

What we treat

  • Arthritis
  • Chronic pain
  • Headaches
  • Leg pain
  • Migraines
  • Shoulder pain
  • Upper back pain
  • Back pain
  • Elbow pain
  • Hip pain
  • Lower back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Side pain
  • Whiplash
  • Balance problems
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Knee pain
  • Middle back pain
  • Sciatica
  • Sports injuries
  • Wrist pain

Physio near me

Searching; physio near me, physio Adelaide CBD or physiotherapy in Adelaide CBD?

Our team of physio's service patients from all over Adelaide, though most come from nearby suburbs such as Aberfoyle Park, Adelaide and Adelaide Airport.

Whether you need help with an existing injury, rehabilitation, soft tissue therapy or joint manipulations, we consider ourselves the best physios and physiotherapy clinic in Adelaide CBD.

Find us online

Physio Adelaide CBD is (from our research) one of the most common searches our patient's use to find us, followed by Physiotherapist Adelaide CBD and interestingly, Physiotherapy Adelaide CBD. Patients often search us by suburb first, however, and as a result, some other typical searches include Adelaide CBD Physio, Adelaide CBD Physiotherapist and or Adelaide CBD Physiotherapy. Though not a direct variation to the two above, a broader approach is often taken with a search like; physio near me, or if a practice is more intended then physiotherapy near me is quite often the search. We have found that depending on the demographics the use of the word 'in' features quite heavily, and so we'll often see Physio in Adelaide CBD, Physiotherapist in Adelaide CBD and Physiotherapy in Adelaide CBD as common phrases. In the end, we do our best to be as visible and accessible for our patients in and around our local area as possible.

General FAQs

What is physiotherapy?

Physiotherapists are the experts who help individuals in recovering from pain, stiffness, and mobility issues. These might arise after an injury or due to some other health problems. Physiotherapists are well-trained for the purpose. They have a strong education with at least four years at the University. They are either a graduate and hold either a Master's or a Bachelor’s degree.

Physiotherapists use all their expertise and skills for treating the individuals. Their efforts are to improve the quality of life of their patients. They use different tools for the purpose. Their treatment options include exercise programs that help in ensuring smooth mobility and strength regaining after a difficult condition. They also use massage technique or soft tissue mobilisation method which helps in improving the condition.

They also use manual therapy which is effective in reducing stiffness and reduces pain. Other treatment options include:

Physiotherapists are educated and skilled. Their focused training on human body functioning, anatomy, and immense knowledge on biology helps them in assessing the condition. Once they are aware of the problem, they start the treatment process to treat the disorder. With the help of your physiotherapist, you will soon be able to get back to your normal life.

You do not have to get a referral from a doctor if you want an appointment with a physiotherapist in Australia. But, during your treatment, the Physio will get in touch with other expert practitioners and your doctor, so that the condition can be managed effectively. The main objective is to help you get back to your normal life as soon as possible.

Adelaide CBD profile

Adelaide City Centre

The Adelaide City Centre, famously known as "Town" or "The City", is located in the inner-city area of Greater Adelaide (the capital city of South Australia). The locals called it "The City" or "Town" to identify Greater Adelaide from the area of the City of Adelaide. It boasts its vast land area of 1,440 km2 that is well-surrounded with high-rise buildings and apartments. The construction of many residential buildings in Adelaide City Centre caused the population to surge up from 10,229 in 2006 (2006 census) to 15,115 in 2016 (2016 census).

The North, East, South, and West Terraces bordered the "square mile" of the Adelaide City Centre which is considered as the Central Business District in the city. Within these areas, commercial and entertainment businesses thrive. On the North Terrace, medical, educational, cultural and entertainment institutions are found such as the Adelaide Festival Centre, the Parliament of South Australia and the Adelaide Railway Station.

History of Adelaide City Centre

The area of Adelaide City Centre is formerly called "Tarndanya", the Kaurna term for "male red kangaroo rock". Adelaide was built on the Adelaide plains right before the British colonised South Australia.

During the 1860s economic depression in Australia, Adelaide was lucky enough to have avoided the severe effects of it. As a result, Adelaide prospered economically. Its historic wealth during the 20th century is still evident in the Victorian architecture that remains in the city today.

Facilities in Adelaide City Centre

Rundle Street, located on the East End of Adelaide City Centre, is famous for its high-end fashion shops, restaurants, bars, and the well-known Palace Nova Cinema. Meanwhile, the West End houses several educational institutions, museums, and businesses such as the University of South Australia City West Campus, the Samstag Museum of Art, JamFactory, Lion Arts Centre, Mercury Cinema and many more.

The South East End of the city consists mostly of residential buildings with cafes and restaurants. While the South West End includes mainly residential areas. It also has various amenities such as the Adelaide Central Market.

Famous Destinations Around Adelaide City Centre