WELCOME TO PHYSIOACTIVE

At Physioactive we provide a complete approach to pain, injury, health and well-being, and pride ourselves on our β€˜hands on’ approach.

Whatever your symptoms may be whether it is back pain or a stiff neck our experienced physiotherapists will be able to give you the answers and help guide you through your injury.

Physioactive's main clinic is located at The Injury Hub in Willaston.

located at the all new The Injury Hub, Physioactive occupies this clinic with a number of different medical and health providers and clinicians, with the aim of providing advance care of sports, musculoskeletal and rehabilitative injuries.

Physioactive provides a 'hands on' physiotherapy approach for all types of injuries including;

Back & Neck Pain

Headaches

Sports Injuries

Orthopaedic Rehabilitation

Manipulative Therapy

Acupuncture

Pilates

Hydrotherapy

Golf Specific Physiotherapy

Why Choose Physioactive?

  • All our physiotherapists are highly skilled and trained and can offer a range of treatment options to help ease your symptoms.
  • Convenience of on-the spot health refunds, with our Hicaps facility.
  • Our physiotherapists are preferred providers for both BUPA and in Mutual Community Health funds. Therefore we are required to maintain a higher standard and attract a higher rebate from these health funds.
  • No Doctor's referral is required.
  • Convenient on-site parking.
  • Our physiotherapists are Members of the Australian Physiotherapy Association, which means we practice in accordance with the APA Code of Conduct.
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Physioactive provides services to State and National level sporting teams, as well as local South Australian sporting clubs.

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21 hours ago

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Noticed a new face around the clinic? πŸ€” We are excited to introduce to you the newest Physio to our team - Lucy! ⭐️⭐️⭐️ ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago

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πŸ’€πŸ’€πŸ’€The fact that back pain can disrupt a good night’s sleep is fairly obvious, but did you know that the amount of sleep you get can affect your level of pain? A new analysis from the University of Sydney shows that treatment for insomnia can actually help to reduce back pain. This new evidence suggests that the relationship between pain and sleep is two-way, meaning poor sleep may lead to worse pain and worse pain may lead to poor sleep. This suggests that a more holistic treatment method that takes into consideration sleeping habits, depression and other risk factors is more effective when treating low back pain. https://www.scimex.org/newsfeed/treating-insomnia-improves-back-pain ... See MoreSee Less

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