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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 Geelong

Popular streets in Geelong

  • Watt Street
  • Majestic Way
  • Plantation Road
  • Hillclimb Drive
  • Sunflower Way
  • Olive Grove
  • Osprey Court
  • Kees Road
  • Peter Street
  • Ryrie Street
  • Curtain Drive
  • Brougham Street
  • Darrambal Crescent
  • Coridale
  • Talona Crescent
  • Anzac Avenue
  • Vermont Avenue
  • Bellarine Highway
  • Burdoo Drive
  • Coquette Street
  • Sanctuary Springs
  • Warrawee Road
  • Nedlands Drive
  • Raymond George Place
  • Esperence Crescent
  • Granault Parade
  • Addis Street
  • West Gateway
  • Kalver Street
  • Avon Street
  • Cedar Road
  • Expedition Way
  • Bellerine Street
  • Moruya Drive
  • Canterbury Road West
  • Mt Pleasant Road
  • Prismatic Place
  • Purnell Road
  • Torquay Road
  • Goldsworthy Road
  • Ferguson Road
  • Road One
  • Hendy Street
  • Weller Street
  • Road A
  • Highland Way
  • Candover Street
  • Majestic Drive
  • Pelican Way
  • Fairbairn Drive
  • Benjamin Drive
  • Aberdeen Street
  • Hoddle Drive
  • Hector Street
  • Curletts Road
  • Kilgour Street
  • Cloverdale Drive
  • Rennie Street
  • Nigella Avenue
  • Michigan Avenue
  • Marimba Street
  • Princes Highway
  • Bacchus Marsh Road
  • Britannia Street
  • Meadowvale Drive
  • Christies Road
  • Grantham Drive
  • TBA Road
  • Bacchus Marsh Road
  • Wathaurong Drive
  • Western Beach Road
  • Bidni Place
  • Cavendish Street
  • Ontario Avenue
  • Eastern Beach Road
  • North Valley Road
  • Sharland Road
  • Botanical Drive
  • Swanston Street
  • Eastlakes Boulevard
  • Wellington Street
  • Paraffin Drive
  • Kingsley Drive
  • Maud Street
  • Glastonbury Drive
  • Crofton Street
  • Fryers Road
  • Harpur Road
  • Narrawong Avenue
  • Opal Drive
  • Flinders Avenue
  • Caddys Road
  • Isabella Street
  • Yellow Avenue
  • Roslyn Road
  • Royston Avenue
  • Gertrude Street
  • Celesta Road
  • Simons Road
  • Quail Drive
  • Colorado Drive
  • Albert Street
  • Reigate Road
  • McKillop Street
  • Highland Way
  • Mollers RD
  • Smeaton Close
  • Moorhen Drive
  • Cox Road
  • Bowlers Avenue
  • Fitzroy Street
  • Lupton Street
  • Estuary Boulevard
  • Preston Street
  • Huon Crescent
  • Matthews Road
  • Bailey Street
  • Trigg Street
  • Lightwood Rd

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

Geelong profile

Located on Corio Bay and Barwon River, Geelong is a port city in the state of Victoria. It sits 75 kilometres south-west of Melbourne and is the administrative centre of the City of Greater Geelong municipality.

Geelong is the second largest Victorian city with a total land area of 1,329 km2 and is Australia’s second-fastest-growing city as it is home to 268,277 residents (2018 estimated urban population).

History of Geelong

The area was officially named Geelong in 1827, derived from the Wathaurong Aboriginal name for the region, “Djillong”, which means “lands” or “cliffs.”

The land was first surveyed in 1838, and two years later, a post office was opened in the area in June 1840. In the same period, a wool store was also opened in Geelong, and the area became a port for the Western District’s wool industry.

The city became a major port city during the Victorian gold rush and was also one of the largest manufacturing centres in the country with wool mills, ropeworks and paper mills operating in the area.

With its industrial growth, Geelong was proclaimed a city in 1910, where it remained as Victoria’s manufacturing centre up to the mid-1960s.

Redevelopment and gentrification of Geelong began in the 1990s and today; the city is an emerging education, health and manufacturing hub with other industries also seeing growth.

Facilities Around Geelong

Geelong is also known as “Gateway City” as it is at the middle of Victorian regional centres, such as Ballarat, Great Ocean Road, Hamilton and Melbourne.

There are various shopping districts across the Geelong CBD, where the two major shopping centres are the Westfield Geelong and Market Square. There are also several food establishments in Geelong that provide the best dining experiences. Some of the restaurants and wineries around the city are IGNI, Jack Rabbit Restaurant, Oakdene Vineyards Restaurant and the Shed Restaurants.

The historic industrial spaces are now used as hip cafes, bars, art galleries with some even transformed into apartment buildings.

Geelong also offers a lot of activities and amenities for families. At the Geelong Waterfront, there are tons of things to do for people of all ages. Children would have a magical time riding the beautifully restored carousel right at the waterfront. The Adventure Park Geelong is also a favourite of families as this waterpark features fun and thrilling waterslides.

Many of the schools that opened in Geelong for educational facilities since its establishment are open until today and are joined by several new schools. Some of the city's schools are the Geelong Grammar School, Catholic Regional College, Western Heights Secondary College, Gordon Institute of Technology and Deakin University.

Getting around Geelong is easy for commuters as there is an extensive transport network with buses and trains servicing the city.

Famous Destinations Around Geelong

Geelong Waterfront

Considered one of the country’s most beautiful waterfronts, the Geelong Waterfront houses several restaurants and cafes, landscaped gardens with a fantastic view of Corio Bay.

Eastern Beach Reserve

Located at the waterfront, this outdoor attraction has various facilities such as playgrounds, a boardwalk, a shark-proof sea bath and areas for picnics.

Moorabool Valley Wine

Just north-west of Geelong, visitors could enjoy the cool climate at Moorabool Valley while getting a taste of the best wines produced mostly by family-ran wineries.

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