Here at Prime Physiotherapy and Sports Injury clinic in Doolandella, we aim to provide the highest possible standard of physiotherapy to everyone.

An excellent service requires a range of effective treatments carried out by our experienced senior physiotherapists, to ensure you receive the best care.

Treatments we provide are as follows:

We also provide the following services:

  • Workers Compensation and Motor vehicle accidents
  • Office Ergonomics assessments
  • Return-to-Work Programs

To arrange an appointment please call us on 07 3372 8866 or e-mail for further information.


At Prime Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic, physiotherapy is the service at the centre of our care. Physiotherapy involves a combination of treatments used to gain restoration and optimum potential of movement.

We see healthiness, happiness and full functional movement as key to fulfilling and maximising quality of life.

Your personal physiotherapist will select an individual treatment plan for you following a detailed initial assessment. Your initial assessment will involve your therapist taking a background history of your problem and completing a physical examination to identify the cause of your symptoms. Following assessment and diagnosis a treatment plan will be put in place to get you on the road to recovery as quickly as possible.

Physiotherapy treatment includes:

  • Joint mobilisation
  • Soft tissue manipulation
  • Exercises
  • Balance retraining
  • Sports taping
  • Pilates
  • Yoga
  • Meditation

Physiotherapy treatment is always selected based on scientific evidence to ensure we provide the best service for you. Treatment is patient centered to ensure we meet your specific goals.

Physiotherapy can be used to treat people with a large variety of conditions, despite their age, gender or background. Our experienced physiotherapists work within specialist fields of musculoskeletal, neurological, surgical and women’s health physiotherapy to cater for your needs.

  • Musculoskeletal physiotherapists treat people who have problems with their soft tissues, bones and joints such as back pain and sports injuries.
  • Neurological physiotherapists treat people who have disorders affecting their brain/ spinal cord such as Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease.
  • Surgical physiotherapists treat people pre and post-surgery to prepare the body for surgical procedures or rehabilitation following operations such as joint replacements.
  • Women’s health physiotherapists treat females with issues such as pelvic floor weakness, pelvic girdle pain or incontinence.

Common symptoms we treat as a result of these conditions include pain, joint stiffness and muscle weakness all contributing to reduction in movement and functional activity. We understand these symptoms can be debilitating and our physiotherapists strive to the best from you in every session.

To book a physiotherapy assessment please call us on 07 3372 8866, or you can e-mail for more information.

Joint Mobilisation

Joint mobilisation is a form of manual physiotherapy in which your physiotherapist performs controlled passive movements on your joint through range. Our physiotherapists use joint mobilisation as both as assessment tool and effective treatment method for many joints. The mobilisation of the joint allows for lubrication of joint surfaces, and this ‘synovial sweep’ mechanism helps to reduce the spasm of surrounding muscles.

Joint mobilisation is also beneficial for a number of other reasons:

  • Gentle joint movement through range helps to reduce joint pain
  • Forceful joint movements into resistance help with relieving joint stiffness and increasing joint range of movement

Our ultimate aim is to restore the maximum potential of joint movement possible. Our specialist physiotherapists are highly trained and experienced in carrying out joint mobilisations as part of your effective rehabilitation plan.

To book an appointment with us please call Prime Physio and Sports Injury Clinic on 07 3372 8866, alternatively you can e-mail for further information.

Soft Tissue Manipulation

At Prime Physio and Sports Injury Clinic, one of our common methods of physiotherapy treatment is the manipulation of soft tissues. The term ‘soft tissues’ refers to connecting structures other than bone, such as tendons, ligaments and fibrous tissue, in addition to muscles, nerves and synovial membranes.

Soft tissue manipulation takes the form of therapeutic massage techniques, applicable for a wide range of musculoskeletal and neurological conditions.

Benefits of soft tissue manipulation

There are many benefits of soft tissue manipulation. It is an excellent form of physiotherapy treatment as it can be used to treat almost anyone.

The main benefits of soft tissue manipulation are:

  • The manipulation of soft tissues stimulates the blood supply to the affected area, increasing the delivery of nutrients and removal of toxins for an accelerated healing time.
  • It is the most effective way of relieving fibrous muscle knots, usually acquired through poor posture or stress.
  • Massage can also be used as an energising, uplifting and relaxing treatment approach, contributing to your body’s overall increased well-being to benefit both the body and mind.
  • Soft tissue manipulation or massage is also popular with active or sporting people for competition preparation and prevention of injury.

Our specialist physiotherapists can adapt depth of massage according to injury, pain levels and intention of treatment.

To book a treatment session for soft tissue manipulation you can call us now on 07 3372 8866 or 0468 380 786, or e-mail


Our physiotherapists at Prime Physio and Sports Injury Clinic are highly experienced in the prescription of exercise to provide our patients with tailor-made exercise programmes for a variety of musculoskeletal and neurological conditions.

Personal exercise programmes can be devised by our physiotherapists to focus on one or a combination of the following:

  • Increase in joint range of movement
  • Increase in muscle strength
  • Increase in muscle length
  • Improved balance
  • Improved co-ordination
  • Increase in functional ability
  • Increase in mobility
  • Increase in fitness levels

All exercise programmes are devised by our therapists following your comprehensive initial assessment, with aim to improve your specific problems.

Benefits of exercise

There are a number of benefits of exercise. The main benefit of an individual exercise programme is the solution and elimination of your symptoms. Exercises can be adapted to suit people of all levels, mobility and ages.

Some benefits of exercise are:

  • Eradication of pain
  • Increased joint range and muscle strength
  • Increase in balance ability and co-ordination
  • Improved mobility
  • Increase in confidence and independence
  • Improved heart and lung function

Stretching, strengthening, mobilising and aerobic exercises also contribute to an overall improved feeling of well-being by the relief of stress, anxiety and muscle tension. Frequent exercise can also improve sporting performance with provision of sports drills, endurance programmes and sports specific exercises.

To book in for your own personal exercise programme you can e-mail or call 07 3372 8866.

Rehabilitation and Treatment Plans

All rehabilitation and treatment plans are individually devised by our physiotherapists following your initial assessment. During your initial assessment at our Prime Physio and Sports Injury Clinic, your physiotherapist will take a detailed history and carry out a physical assessment to identify you problems.

From your assessment, a clinical diagnosis will be made and then a treatment plan can be put in place to focus on resolving your specific symptoms.

Rehabilitation and treatment plans include the following treatment:

  • Exercise
  • Joint mobilisation
  • Massage
  • Balance retraining
  • Gait retraining
  • Taping
  • Pilates
  • Yoga
  • Meditation

Treatment aims for you to return to your pre-injury state as quickly as possible. If you have a neurological or long term condition, physiotherapy rehabilitation aims to gain your maximum possible potential in functional movement and mobility. We understand that some conditions can be complex. We have the extensive experience to provide you will the best possible care.

To arrange an assessment for a rehabilitation and treatment plan you can e-mail or call 07 3372 8866.

Balance Retraining

Balance retraining is a service provided by our physiotherapists to help those with a history of falls or those who experience loss of balance on a frequent basis.

Problems with balance may be due to the following reasons:

  • Injury
  • Joint instability
  • Neurological disorders
  • Muscle weakness
  • Vestibular dysfunction
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Cardiovascular conditions

At Prime Physio and Sports Injury Clinic we understand that impaired balance can lead to problems with general daily life and functional activity such as walking, stairs and turning corners. Your balance problems will be assessed safely by our physiotherapists for the cause to be identified.

Our treatment plans aim to solve the cause of the balance problem by focusing on specific exercises, in order to restore your normal active lifestyle. Aids and adaptations may also be suggested to enhance your quality of life.

If you would like an assessment for your balance issue please call us on 07 3372 8866 or e-mail

Gait Retraining

At Prime Physio and Sports Injury Clinic, gait retraining is one of our specialist forms of physiotherapy treatment. Gait retraining involves the relearning and development of a normal walking pattern. Our physiotherapists are experienced in the thorough assessment of gait for various musculoskeletal problems and neurological disorders.

Gait retraining involves the following physiotherapy techniques:

  • Exercises for specific muscle strengthening and stretching
  • Exercises for balance and co-ordination of movement
  • Mobilisation of joints for improved range of movement
  • Soft tissue manipulation to reduce tightness
  • Mobility aid practice such as use of crutches, sticks and mobility frames
  • Visual or auditory cues for movement initiation

Our expert physiotherapists understand that gait retraining must always be individual to you and your specific problems or condition. Your assessment will involve gait observation for your therapist to break down your gait pattern and identify abnormalities.

Benefits of gait retraining

Gait retraining has a number of benefits for you, with the ultimate aim being restoration of a normal walking pattern.

Benefits of gait retraining include:

  • Normal or optimum pattern of gait
  • Correction of posture
  • Increased muscle strength and lower limb joint range
  • Improved balance and co-ordination with each step
  • Regained independence and confidence
  • Better quality of life

Prime Physio and Sports Injury Clinic have the best physiotherapists for your gait rehabilitation treatment. Our physiotherapists have the knowledge and skills to gain your greatest potential.

To arrange a gait assessment with one of our specialist physiotherapists you can e-mail or call 07 3372 8866.

Sports Taping

Our physiotherapists at Prime Physio and Sports Injury Clinic use taping for both injury prevention and injury rehabilitation in sports. Taping is used to protect soft tissue structures, encourage correct joint movement and increase joint stability.

Our physiotherapists are highly experienced in sports taping for prevention and treatment of the following problems:

  • Knee and shoulder injuries
  • Ankle ligament injury
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Muscle strains
  • Tendonitis

Taping has been proven to be extremely effective in the facilitation and stability of normal movement. It is also beneficial for reducing pain and swelling following various sporting injuries.

To book an assessment for sports taping you can e-mail or call 07 3372 8866.


Pilates is a programme of controlled exercises focusing on the increase in core strength with the incorporation of breathing control. It is similar to Yoga but without the spiritual element. Ultimately, a solid core means improved trunk support for the centre of all body movements.

At Prime Physio and Sports Injury Clinic, Pilates is taught on a one to one basis to ensure you have the attention of detail to gain the most of your exercises.

Benefits of Pilates include:

  • Greater core strength
  • Reduced pain
  • Improvement or restoration of balance
  • Injury prevention
  • Toned muscles
  • Increased power production
  • Improvement in sporting performance
  • Improved posture
  • Increased well-being

Pilates is suitable for everyone as the exercises can be adapted to suit your fitness level and specific condition. The exercises can also be progressed to an advanced level to challenge your core for maximum results.

To book an appointment for a one-to-one Pilates session you can e-mail


Prime Physio and Sports Injury Clinic in Doolandella have a number of physiotherapists who specialise in the unity of body and mind through Yoga. Yoga is an exercise programme similar to Pilates, incorporating a spiritual aspect into balancing, stretching and strengthening exercises.

You can be sure Yoga will improve your body as a whole.

Some benefits of Yoga are an increase in the following components:

  • Balance
  • Strength
  • Flexibility
  • Posture
  • Heart and lung function
  • Circulation
  • Well-being

Yoga has become a physiotherapy treatment technique for various injuries and conditions. Yoga therapy helps to reduce pain, increase core strength and improve joint flexibility through a range of progressive exercises.

Like Pilates, everyone can participate in Yoga because exercises can be made easy or hard to suit you. Our qualified physiotherapy instructors will teach you how to control exercises and breathing on a one-to-one basis to ensure you gain the most out of your session.

To arrange a one-to-one Yoga session you can e-mail or call 07 3372 8866 or 0468 380 786.


Areas we cover

We cover the following areas:

Forest Lake - Pallara - Inala - Durack - Richlands - Oxley - Heathwood - Forestdale

If your area is not listed above please contact us on 07 3372 8866 or 0468 380 786 and we will see if we can help.

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Our team can treat people who have disorders affecting their brain/ spinal cord such as Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease.
We treat people who have problems with their soft tissues, bones and joints such as back pain and sports injuries.
Aches and Pains
Aches and Pains
We treat a large variety of aches and pains. We can get you back to full fitness as quickly as possible.

Women’s Health
Women’s Health
We specialize in treating females with issues such as pelvic floor weakness, pelvic girdle pain or incontinence.