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Physiotherapy 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

Popular suburbs in Canberra

Popular streets in Canberra

  • Mort Street
  • Ipima Street
  • Henty Street
  • Towns Crescent
  • Anzac Park
  • Watson Street
  • Holmes Crescent
  • Annie Douglas Street
  • Ainslie Avenue
  • Buxton Street
  • Gawler Crescent
  • Quealy Street
  • Bott Crescent
  • Barron Street
  • Chilton Street
  • Waller Crescent
  • Limestone Avenue
  • Dominion Circuit
  • Hopetoun Circuit
  • Creswell Street
  • Ted Richards Street
  • Patrick Shaw Street
  • Stonehaven Crescent
  • McElhone Court
  • Kingsland Parade
  • Mick Shann Terrace
  • Northcote Crescent
  • Salisbury Street
  • Connelly Place
  • Kent Street
  • Donaldson Street
  • Ijong Street
  • Masson Street
  • Jacka Crescent
  • Veryard Lane
  • Dalkin Crescent
  • Gould Street
  • Chowne Street
  • Coolac Place
  • Hyslop Crescent
  • Blamey Place
  • Ferdinand Street
  • McCaughey Street
  • Fergusson Crescent
  • Victoria Owen Circuit
  • Andersch Street
  • Borthwick Avenue
  • McGovern Street
  • Westerman Street
  • Savige Street
  • Thurlow Place
  • Dunk Street
  • De Chair Street
  • Cobby Street
  • Ashton Calvert Street
  • Yandell Way
  • Rawson Street
  • MacLeay
  • Scholtens Street
  • Walter Crocker Crescent
  • Constitution Avenue
  • Totterdell Street
  • Elouera Street
  • Currong Street
  • Newdegate Street
  • Neil Currie Street
  • Greg Urwin Circuit
  • State Circle
  • Rosenthal Street
  • Helemon Street
  • Disney Court
  • Gooreen Street
  • Wise Street
  • Wighton Terrace
  • Lansdown Crescent
  • Carmody Street
  • Vasey Crescent
  • Butler Place
  • Whitrod Avenue
  • Chauvel Street
  • Lawley Street
  • Northbourne Avenue
  • Pickup Close
  • White Crescent
  • Edmonson Place
  • Crick Place
  • Meroula Street
  • Ridley Street
  • Rattigan Street
  • Wilenski Street
  • Blamey Crescent
  • Edmondstone Place
  • Rockwood Street
  • Alan Watt Crescent
  • Edmonstone Place
  • Grose Street
  • Edmondson Street
  • Loveday Crescent
  • Gellibrand Street
  • Ranken Place
  • Carrington Street
  • Buik Place
  • Beauchamp Street
  • Renouf Street
  • Glossop Crescent
  • Girrahween Street
  • Doonkuna Street
  • Hartley Street
  • Edna Thompson Crescent
  • David Miller Crescent
  • Hanley Street
  • Joy Cummings Place
  • Godfrey Street
  • Elimatta Street
  • Macgregor Street
  • Normanby Crescent
  • Deasey Close
  • McKay Lane
  • Farrer Street
  • Jule Knight Street

Our physiotherapists 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

Canberra profile

Canberra, the capital of Australia, is the 8th largest city of Australia. It is situated on the northern side of the Australian Capital Territory and the south-west of Sydney. It lies around 660 km on the north-eastern side of Melbourne. Unlike other cities of Australia, there is no city government or local council in Canberra. As per the census of June 2019, the population of this city was 426,704 which is noted to have grown by 1.5% in the last 12 months. The average income in Canberra is higher, and the unemployment rate of the city is lower than in other places.

History of Canberra

Before the early settlers moved in the region, Canberra was occupied by Indigenous Australians. According to Norman Tindale, the anthropologist, the Ngunnawal people had also occupied the city. Ngarigo people had occupied the region towards the south. Other settlers include Gandangara people, Walgulo and Wandandian who occupied the eastern fringes. There is plenty of evidence related to settlements in the region in the form of burial places, engravings, stone tools and other arrangements. Canberra is a developed city with all amenities and facilities needed for a luxurious and comfortable stay. The city celebrated the 100th anniversary of its name in 2013.

Entertainment and Arts in Canberra

Canberra has always been the centre of theatre and live music. The famous Canberra Theatre and Playhouse is known to host several productions and concerns. The Street Theatre is another place which offers a lot in music and entertainment. Visitors love to visit Canberra Museum and Gallery in the city. This is the place which houses a precious permanent collection. Many historic homes are open to the public as well.

Transportation in Canberra

The district is well-connected by various parkways which have specific speed limits. High-speed railways, taxi services, buses and flights help in keeping the city connected to other parts of Australia.

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