At Power Physiotherapy, we provide treatments for many conditions and for people of all ages. We offer Physiotherapy for everybody, whether you’re suffering from sports injuries, an accident or any type of pain.
When you choose Power Physiotherapy, you will benefit from the highest quality of care and personalised treatments, no matter your needs or condition. We have been working in the Perth community for more than 20 years and we have continued to grow and develop from that day. First established by Sandra Jeffries in 1996, we are proud to serve the local community.
Our team offers the leading physio services in Perth.
Contact us online today to make a booking or call us on 08 9440 6125.
The diverse Power Physiotherapy team offers a wide variety of treatments and services for both sports injuries and general physio. Our physiotherapists perform a thorough assessment and determine the most appropriate treatment for your condition.
At Power Physiotherapy, we specialise in the treatment of sports injuries. We help you recover quickly using our effective treatment methods.
Are tension headaches and migraines causing you pain and getting in the way of your life? Our team approaches headache pain using the Dean Watson method to find the source of your pain and treat it effectively.
If you’ve been involved in an accident, injury or surgery, trust our physios to help you with your rehabilitation program. We’ll tailor a program to suit your specific needs and help to restore your health and mobility.
We offer many different types of remedial massage. Discuss your needs and goals with our Remedial Massage Therapist Wen Yen-Ling.
The McKenzie Method® is a mechanical diagnostic and therapeutic method utilizing a comprehensive and logical step-by-step process to evaluate and classify non-specific back, neck and peripheral joint pain.
Dry Needling is a treatment that involves a very thin needle being pushed through the skin to stimulate a trigger point. The aim of this is to reduce pain, relax muscles and restore normal function.
This is a very specialised form of taping which gives support and stability to your joints and relaxes or facilitates muscles without restricting movement.
Clinical pilates is a series of non impact exercises designed to develop strength, flexibility, balance, body control and awareness.