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Our Brisbane CBD physiotherapy clinic services patients needing a physio in Abbeywood, Abbotsford, Abercorn or Abergowrie.

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Suburbs we service

  • Abbeywood
  • Abbotsford
  • Abercorn
  • Abergowrie
  • Abingdon Downs
  • Abington
  • Acacia Ridge
  • Acland
  • Adare
  • Adavale
  • Adelaide Park
  • Advancetown

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 Brisbane CBD or physiotherapy in Brisbane CBD?

Our team of physio's service patients from all over Brisbane, though most come from nearby suburbs such as Abbeywood, Abbotsford and Abercorn.

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 Brisbane CBD.

Find us online

Physio Brisbane CBD is (from our research) one of the most common searches our patient's use to find us, followed by Physiotherapist Brisbane CBD and interestingly, Physiotherapy Brisbane CBD. Patients often search us by suburb first, however, and as a result, some other typical searches include Brisbane CBD Physio, Brisbane CBD Physiotherapist and or Brisbane 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 Brisbane CBD, Physiotherapist in Brisbane CBD and Physiotherapy in Brisbane 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?

Physiotherapy, or physical therapy, is a branch of medicine that treats several physical conditions. These include injuries to the muscles or soft tissues, cartilage wounds, chronic pains, and illnesses like arthritis or carpal tunnel. Ailments that require physiotherapy treatments originate from muscular, neurological, cardiological, or endocrine disorders.

Physiotherapists are trained in various aspects of the human body, including anatomy, biology, motor functions, and muscle structure, among others. Physical therapy education varies based on location, though the standard specialized courses consist of a 4-year Bachelor’s or Master’s degree. There are different stages that a physiotherapy session takes you through:

Physiotherapists have precise skills in diagnosing physical disorders and coming up with the right prognosis. Their eventual aim is to get you back to living as regularly as possible and as quickly as possible. There are several types of physiotherapy treatments available; electrotherapy, exercises, kinesiology, acupuncture, and hydrotherapy. Different treatments work for different situations, and the right one can help you resume a healthy lifestyle in no time.

Physiotherapists in Australia can be consulted without a doctor’s referral. It is advisable, though, to have them interact with your treating physician to enable a better understanding of your condition. Together, they can help you get back to enjoying life injury-free and pain-free.

Brisbane CBD profile

Officially recognised as the suburb of Brisbane City, the Brisbane Central Business District also called as the "The City", is found in the centre of Queensland, Australia. Its triangular-shaped 2.07 km2 land area is in the northern bank of Brisbane River which spans to east, south, and west. Lush subtropical parkland surrounds the Brisbane Central Business District. It is home to more than five thousand businesses which contribute much to the growth and development of Brisbane. As of the 2016 census, 9,460 residents were living in the said area.

Brisbane, the capital city of Queensland, is located on the Brisbane River. This large city is known for having a charming vibe and youthful zeal, and of course for seeing the sun for 280 days in a year. Brisbane is the third-most populated Australian city after Sydney and Melbourne and is the country's most diverse and fastest-growing land. Moreover, the city is growing one of the top livable areas for its booming population, friendly locals, and a relaxed lifestyle. The Brisbane central business district lies inside the spectacular peninsula of the Brisbane River and stands on the European settlement.

History of Brisbane Central Business District

Brisbane is one of Australia's oldest cities and was established upon the traditional area of the Jagera people. The town got its name from the Brisbane River on which it stands, which in turn was named after Scotsman Sir Thomas Brisbane, who was the Governor of New South Wales when the city was being founded.

Brisbane Central Business District has its layout patterned during the early settlements of the colonial days with features typically seen on most Australian streets. Most significant streets were named after the members of the House of Hanover, a German royal house who ruled Hanover, Great Britain during the 17th century.

"The City" was founded on a spur within the Taylor Range having Wickham Terrace as the highest point in the suburb. Also located within the area is the North Quay, a historical landmark used as a landing point during the first exploration of Brisbane River by the Europeans.

Facilities around Brisbane City

Queen Street is the main street of Brisbane, comprising the Queen Street Mall, the city's most extensive pedestrian mall. The city has a comprehensive transport system both internally and externally, such as by having connections to the interstate, regional, and even overseas destinations. One can avail public transport by bus, rail and ferry services. While bus services are run by both private and public operators, ferry and rail services are governed by public agencies. All kinds of public transport services are available in the Brisbane CBD, especially to and from destinations like Roma Street, King George Square, Queen Street, North Quay, and others.

Famous Destinations Around Brisbane Central Business District

Brisbane City Hall

Famous for its stunning architectural design, this building is the seat of the Brisbane City Council. Grand receptions, exhibitions, orchestral concerts, civic events, school graduations and political meetings are usually held in this building.

Story Bridge

This heritage bridge spans across the Brisbane River. It's famous for being the longest cantilever bridge in the country, Vehicles, bicycles and pedestrians use this bridge to cross the northern and the southern suburbs of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. The Story Bridge opened in 1940. It was named after the popular public servant John Douglas Story.

Howard Smith Wharves

Also known as Brisbane Central Wharves, this three-hectare heritage landmark is a newly renovated waterfront park that allows visitors to tour the meticulously preserved World War II monuments in the area. Also, there are nearby buildings that serve as restaurants and apartments.

Parliament House in Brisbane

If you are up to visiting sites with great historical value, you would want to visit this place. The Parliament House is where the Legislative Chamber of the Parliament of Queensland is based. This premier heritage site is designed by Charles Tiffin. The construction of the Parliament House in Brisbane started in 1865 and later completed by 1867. Several art exhibitions are regularly on display on the Annexe part of the building. Tours are available to the public during weekdays. A gift shop for souvenirs is also open in the area.

Brisbane Riverwalk

The city's notable Brisbane Riverwalk network runs along a significant portion of the Brisbane River foreshore. The floating walkway that lies between the Story Bridge and Merthyr Street New Farm is an exciting section of the walkway.

South Bank Parklands

Located at South Bank, this parkland is a popular tourist attraction comprising several rainforests, grassy and water areas. Other features include the Streets Beach, the riverfront promenade, the Grand Arbour, the Wheel of Brisbane, and others.

D'Aguilar Range

This mountain range situated near Brisbane has several heavily-forested gullies and ridges. The Range stretches from Caboolture to Brisbane, where a portion of it is covered by the Brisbane Forest Park.

Popular streets in Brisbane CBD

  • Parkland Boulevard
  • North Quay
  • Eagle Street
  • Margaret
  • Macrossan St
  • Eagle Terrace
  • Tank St
  • Quay Street
  • Howard Street
  • Roma Street
  • Parkland Blvd
  • Upper Roma Street
  • Roma St
  • Boundary St
  • Boundary Street
  • Queen St
  • Albert St
  • Ann St
  • Quay St
  • Adelaide St
  • 'Mantra on Queen' 570 Queen Street