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Our Melbourne CBD physiotherapy clinic services patients needing a physio in Abbeyard, Abbotsford, Aberfeldie or Aberfeldy.

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Our location

Suburbs we service

  • Abbeyard
  • Abbotsford
  • Aberfeldie
  • Aberfeldy
  • Acheron
  • Ada
  • Adams Estate
  • Addington
  • Adelaide Lead
  • Agnes
  • Aintree
  • Aire Valley

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

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Our team of physio's service patients from all over Melbourne, though most come from nearby suburbs such as Abbeyard, Abbotsford and Aberfeldie.

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 Melbourne CBD.

Find us online

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

The science of movements is known as physiotherapy. And the individuals who master this science are known as physiotherapists. Physiotherapists are experts who help in the restoration of movement in an individual after an injury, illness or when loss of motion due to chronic pain. In the health care department, ‘Physiotherapy’ and ‘physical therapy’ mean the same things. Physiotherapy includes rehabilitation, promoting health and fitness, and prevention of injuries. Physiotherapists work in close relationships with other health care professionals to aid in a faster recovery and to meet the needs of the health of the patients.

Problems treated by Physiotherapy:

Physiotherapists have comprehensive knowledge about the human body and undergo extensive training to pinpoint the root cause of the injury. They are highly qualified with a master’s degree and have adequate knowledge about human anatomy. They also have expertise in treating the injury. In case of any surgical procedures like hip replacement, your doctor is likely to refer you to a physiotherapist. Still, for general issues, you do not require a doctor’s referral to visit a physiotherapist.

Melbourne CBD profile

Melbourne Central Business District

The Melbourne Central Business District is the main commercial centre of Melbourne, the capital and most populous city of Victoria. The CBD has a total land area of 1.79 km2. According to the 2016 Census, the suburb has a population of around 47,285 people. Melbourne CBD was established in 1835, and it’s divided between the local government areas of the City of Melbourne and the City of Port Phillip.

The Melbourne CBD is surrounded by the suburbs of North Melbourne, Carlon, Fitzroy, Docklands, East Melbourne, Port Melbourne, Southbank, and South Yarra. Being at the core of Melbourne’s metropolitan area, the suburb is one the country’s major financial centres. It also houses many Asia-Pacific headquarters of private companies.

Melbourne is recognised as one of the world’s great “street art meccas” (together with New York and Berlin). The United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) designated Melbourne as a city of literature. The Melbourne Central Business District doesn’t have official boundaries. Instead, it’s commonly understood as the Hoddle Grid.

Facilities Around Melbourne Central Business District

Being a major financial centre in the Asia-Pacific region, Melbourne is home to the corporate headquarters of Rio Tinto Group and BHP - two of the largest mining companies in the world. Two of Australia’s biggest banks, the ANZ and the National Australia Bank are also based here. The Melbourne Central Business District is also home to Telstra, the largest telecommunications company, as well as two largest gaming companies: Tabcorp and Crown.

The Melbourne CBD serves as the seat of the City of Melbourne administrative centre as well as the State Government of Victoria.

For education, you can find two universities in the CBD. These are the main city campus of RMIT University and three campuses of Victoria University. The Victorian College of the Art of the University of Melbourne is also based in the CBD.

Most major theatres in Melbourne are found in the Melbourne CBD. Notable examples are:

Transport in and out of the city is centred in Flinders Street Station. For interstate transit, most of the action is in the Southern Cross station. The most extensive tram network in the world is found in Melbourne. And most of these trams run down every street of the Melbourne Central Business District.

A city focused mostly on the arts, Melbourne doesn’t have any sporting facilities in the CBD. The closest sports facility is the Melbourne Cricket Ground which serves as the home turf of the Melbourne Football Club and the Melbourne Cricket Club.

Famous Destinations Around Melbourne

If you love the arts, you’ll love Melbourne CBD. Most streets of the suburb are full of street art. You can see Melbourne’s rich history in its buildings and heritage sites. Most buildings in the city are reminiscent of Victorian-era architecture. Aside from the theatres listed above, give these areas a visit:

Popular streets in Melbourne CBD

  • Wills Street
  • King Street
  • La Trobe St
  • Berkeley Street
  • Collins
  • Liverpool Street
  • Albert Road
  • Flinders Lane
  • Market Street
  • Singers Lane
  • Exhibition St
  • Coromandel Place
  • Hayward Lane
  • Hardware Street
  • Therry Street
  • Jane Bell Lane
  • Exploration Lane
  • Flinders St
  • SPENCER STREET
  • Drewery Lane
  • Franklin St