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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 Perth

Popular streets in Perth

  • Terrace Road
  • Wickham Street
  • McDonald Road
  • Preston Point Road
  • Wellington Street
  • Beach Street
  • Tweeddale Road
  • Barker Drive
  • Picasso Promenade
  • Ingram Street
  • Woodside St
  • Trink Street
  • Monkhouse Way
  • McDermott Parade, Witchcliffe
  • Railway Avenue
  • Harold Street
  • Devenish Street
  • Elizabeth Street
  • Brown Street
  • Galena Way
  • Kinross Drive
  • Rockingham Road
  • Dorothy Street
  • Holmes Road
  • Duke Street
  • Newry Street
  • Balmoral Street
  • Broadcast Drive
  • Banksia Terrace
  • Fifty Road
  • Harper Terrace
  • Parry Street
  • Main Street
  • Tully Road
  • Hay Street
  • Poet Street
  • Queen Victoria Street
  • Campion Avenue
  • Pearl Road
  • Newburn Road
  • Mill Point Rd
  • Riverview Road
  • Kintail Road
  • Solomon Street
  • Santorini Parkway
  • Stevens Street
  • Clontarf Road
  • Walsh Loop
  • Glenwood Way
  • Humble Way
  • Waddell Road
  • Davilak Avenue
  • Forrest Avenue
  • Kings Park Road
  • Hubble Street
  • Southside Drive
  • Villena Parade
  • Green Road
  • Fraser Street
  • Makybe Drive
  • Terrace Road
  • Larsen Road
  • Murray Street
  • Point Walter Road
  • Amalfi Chase
  • Delhi Street
  • Brewer Street
  • Holbeck Street
  • Murray Road
  • William Street
  • Brookfield Avenue
  • Grosvenor Road
  • Hicks Street
  • Fraser Road
  • Cygnet Close
  • Wentworth Street
  • Angelo Street
  • Lord Street
  • Astley Street
  • Evelyn Street
  • Hardey Road
  • Pendal Lane
  • Stock Road
  • Honeyeater Loop
  • Forest Hill Drive
  • Birkett Street
  • Haflinger Way
  • 14 Bitton Street
  • Leeds Street
  • Harris Street
  • Forrest Street
  • Dundatha Drive
  • Basinghall Street
  • Frederick Road
  • Mead Street
  • Albany Highway
  • Third Avenue
  • Bennett Street
  • Dalmilling Drive
  • Guildford Road
  • Beatty Avenue
  • Crocker Way
  • Pingaring Court
  • Aberdeen Street
  • Lewis Road
  • Fifth Avenue
  • Pindipindi Loop
  • Abernethy Road
  • East Parade
  • Colin Street
  • Alice Street
  • Beach Street
  • Glengarry Drive
  • Harrison Street
  • Westbury Crescent
  • Skene Lane
  • Merrit Lane
  • Collier Avenue
  • Robinson Avenue
  • Hawtin Road

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

Perth profile

Perth is the capital city of Western Australia and is known as “Australia’s sunniest capital”. It has a total land area of 6,417.9 km2 and has a population of 2,059,48, making it the fourth most populous city in Australia. Perth is divided into 30 local government areas and is made up of over 250 suburbs.

Outside the Perth Central Business District, there are essential urban areas in the city’s metropolitan area; these are Armadale, Fremantle, Joondalup, Midland and Rockingham.

History of Perth

Perth was founded in 1829 by Captain James Stirling to serve as the administrative centre of the Swan River Colony. Before the arrival of the Europeans, the original inhabitants of Perth were Aboriginal Australians (Noongar People), who were believed to have lived in the area for at least 38,000 years.

The city was named Perth according to the wishes of British politician Sir George Murray who was born in Perth, Scotland.

The first years of the settlement experienced hostile encounters with the Noongar people. However, due to the number of buildings being established in and around the area, the Noongar people were gradually dispossessed of their land.

Around 1850, Western Australia became open to convicts to work in farms and businesses due to shortage of labour. Around 9,721 convicts arrived in the state in the span of 18 years. In 1856, Queen Victoria proclaimed Perth as a city. Gradually, amenities in the city improved with a hospital, town hall, park, gardens and zoo being established during that decade.

Facilities Around Perth

Perth today is the administrative centre for government and business in Western Australia. The economic base and population in the city have created opportunities for companies and markets to flourish.

The city’s Central Business District (CBD) is located along Swan River and Kings Park. Perth Arena, a neo-futuristic entertainment and sporting venue is found in the CBD, while St. Georges Terrace is the main street for offices.

The area of retail and entertainment in the CBD is found on Hay Street and Murray Street (pedestrian malls), while high-end fashion labels, like Louis Vuitton and Chanel, are located on King Street, also in the CBD. Cool and eclectic finds are found on Oxford Street in the locality of Leederville.

In Perth, education is compulsory for children ages 6 to 17. Children could attend either public schools or private schools that usually are associated with a religion. The city has four public universities, which are the University of Western Australia, Curtin University, Murdoch University and Edith Cowan University. The University of Notre Dame Australia is the only private university in the city. Two TAFE campuses are found in the Perth metropolitan area.

For arts and culture, the Perth Cultural Centre is home to a number of the city’s arts and cultural institutions like the Art Gallery of Western Australia, Western Australia Museum and The State Theatre Centre of WA.

The city has two airports, the Perth Airport, which has domestic and international flights and the Jandakot Airport, which is for general aviation and charter flights.

While most residents are dependent on their vehicles, Perth has plenty of public transport from buses, trains and ferries, provided by Transperth. Around the city centre, Perth provides zero-fare bus and train trips in the Free Transit Zone.

The city is also linked with the capital cities of Adelaide and Sydney through the Indian Pacific passenger rail service, which runs once per week in each direction.

Famous Destinations Around Perth

Kings Park and Botanic Gardens

This 1,000-acre parkland offers beautiful views of the Swan River and Darling Range. Plants native to Western Australia and other species from South Africa and California are found here. Other areas that are a highlight in this park is the acacia garden, Place of Reflection and a water garden.

Swan Valley

Just 25 minutes from Perth City is Swan Valley, the state’s oldest grape-growing region. Visitors here could get a taste of the fresh local produce at the valley’s highly acclaimed restaurants.

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