We can provide assessment and treatment for:
- back, neck and limb pain
- sports injuries and screening
- orthopaedic injuries and musculoskeletal injuries (including rehabilitation after surgery)
- repetition strain injuries
- neurological conditions
- movement related disorders
We can design and supervise:
- mobilising and strengthening exercise programs for individuals and groups (e.g. sporting teams) in a purpose built, well-equipped rehabilitation gymnasium (including Pilates equipment).
We can offer advice regarding:
- back care
- safe work practices
- return to work and/or sport following injury
- fitness, health and wellbeing
We offer dedicated children’s services from our Magill campus.
Motor to the Max program
We offer free small one hour group sessions for children aged 3½-10 years who have difficulty with movement skills (e.g. balance, coordination, jumping and ball skills). These group services are delivered by students under the supervision of qualified physiotherapists
Individual physiotherapy sessions
We offer individual physiotherapy sessions to support children of all ages to improve areas such as movement skills, balance, strength, flexibility, coordination and play/sport skills. These are available at a minimal cost over 5-week blocks and progress is reviewed at the end of each block to assess the need for further sessions.
Please note there may be a wait list for services. Children who are not already receiving services from a physiotherapist will be given priority.
|Undergraduate student consultation*
|Postgraduate student consultation
Student services are supervised by registered physiotherapists.
*Claims cannot be made against insurance agencies (including private health, WorkCover and accident-related injuries).
Please note clients who currently have a WorkCover or insurance claim cannot be seen by an undergraduate or postgraduate student.
Registered physiotherapist services
A proportion of these costs are applicable for rebate through private health schemes with ‘extras’ cover. During non-teaching times (December–February), a discounted fee applies for full-time tertiary students and holders of Pensioner Concession and/or health care cards at our City East clinic only.
|Motor to the Max Program
|Individual physiotherapy services
Teaching & Learning
In addition to providing you with valuable patient care, the Clinic delivers quality clinical education to UniSA students — our next generation of healthcare professionals. Educated in state-of-the-art facilities, students gain invaluable practical experience and exposure to a wide range of client needs.
Please contact us to arrange an appointment.
UniSA City East Campus OpenClosed
Telephone: (08) 8302 2541
Fax: (08) 8302 2977
UniSA City East campus
Level 8, Centenary Building (Room C8-40)
Corner of North Terrace and Frome Road
Adelaide SA 5000
The clinic has one permit park available on campus for clients with mobility issues. Please speak with the clinic reception regarding this car park when scheduling your appointment.
UniSA Magill Campus OpenClosed
Telephone: (08) 8302 4013
Fax: (08) 8302 4344
UniSA Magill campus
E Building (Room E1-22)
Enter from Bundey Street
Magill SA 5072
(Paediatric services available from this campus).
Reserved parking is available in the M2 carpark in bays 148-150. Please park your car and collect a permit from the clinic reception.