Physiotherapy in Gosford
Welcome to Coastal Physiotherapy Clinic and thankyou for visiting us.
We are a multidisciplinary physiotherapy clinic in Gosford, on the NSW Central Coast, offering expert care across a wide range of areas of service. We are able to offer assessment and treatment in the recovery from and rehabilitation of orthopaedic problems including neck and back pain, shoulder and knee problems as well as sports injuries.
We also have experienced professionals to assist you in hand injury management, women's health and paediatric conditions, and we additionally provide inpatient physiotherapy within Gosford Private Hospital. Whilst our main role in the hospital is in post operative orthopaedic treatment, we also provide physiotherapy to maternity, general surgery as well as intensive care patients.
Please browse our site, find out more about our team and the areas in which they can help you most.
Serving the NSW Central Coast
We are a multidisciplinary clinic with diverse areas of expertise, supported by therapists who have many years of experience and advanced skills in these areas. We accept self referrals, but also welcome referral from other healthcare professionals such as your GP, medical specialist or other treating professional. We are happy to also liaise with your current therapist as required.
For colleagues referring to us for our opinion, we will communicate our findings and liaise with you, referring the patient back to you for ongoing care unless you ask us to provide on-going treatment.
Back and neck pain, headaches, rotator cuff, postural assessments, joint mobilisation and manipulation
All dance genres screening and skill building, netball, soccer, gymnastics injuries and screening, therapeutic taping for pain relief and injury prevention, reconditioning.
Pre pointe assessments, tertiary dance school screening assessments
Fracture casting, including water-tolerant casts (synthetic ‘fibreglass’ shell with Gore-Tex under wrap), EXOS bracing, splinting, pre and post operative rehabilitation, and in-patient care.
Hand & Upper limb Therapy
Trauma & post surgical rehabilitation hand therapy; thermoplastic splinting: management of chronic conditions of the hand including arthritis and CRPS; assessment and treatment of sprains and strains involving the upper limb. Our experienced team of Hand Therapists includes Occupational Therapist and Physiotherapist Members of the Australian Hand Therapy Association.
Pre & Post natal care / incontinence therapies (men included), pelvic floor strengthening, post mastectomy rehabilitation and lymphoedema management
Individual assessments and treatment including prescription of home exercise programmes.
Developmental delay, "clumsy kids" therapy, treatment of Talipes, CDH, torticollis orthopaedic problems, and gait assessments.
Computerized Gait analysis and orthotic prescription.
Whole body vibration (WBV) therapy
Strengthening, Balance, Osteoporosis prevention and rehabilitation.
Known as soft or cold laser this form of infra red light treatment enhances your natural healing potential. Available as laser acupuncture or used with a larger cluster probe for the treatment of acute or chronic pain of joints or muscles. It also reduces the effects of scarring from fibrosis and can even be used to treat cording in lymphoedema.
Hydrotherapy ( Aquatic Physiotherapy )
Individualised Exercise Programs by our skilled physiotherapists. Learn how you can benefit from an individually tailored programme and take away a laminated copy of your exercises so you can continue your programme in your own or the local council pool.
We have a range of sports-specific braces for ankle, knee, elbow, wrist and shoulder joints, and can measure for custom brace prescription.
In cases where functional movement is compromised, doctors often refer their patients to physiotherapists. He/she will write an order authorising the form of treatment he desires. Read more →
Physiotherapy is involved in all phases of rehabilitation, from the acute stage through to recovery. We treat patients who have suffered whiplash injuries and provide rehabilitation following fractures and major trauma. Read more →
Athletes who run and jump a lot may be susceptible to metatarsalgia, a type of foot injury that manifests itself in pain and inflammation in the ball of the foot. Read more →
Volleyball injuries fall into two categories: traumatic or overuse. Traumatic injuries may result from a sudden force or impact and overuse injuries result due to repetitive movements over a length of time. Read more →
Joint mobilisation is a “hands on” physiotherapy technique commonly used in a clinical setting to improve the range of movement of a joint in order to lessen stiffness and pain. Read more →
A Continuous Passive Motion device is one that is used to maintain passive range of motion following a knee replacement, ACL reconstruction or surgery of the finger joints, shoulder, wrist and hand. Read more →
Yoga and soft martial arts such as tai chi and sun do can provide you with the strength, flexibility and overall sense of well being you deserve. Read more →
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